The mission of Esperanza School is to create a safe, committed, and encouraging school climate for all students through support from both internal and external communities. Esperanza will maintain an environment that includes a comprehensive system of support that is focused on preparing students with high levels of academic achievement and responsible citizenship as noted in the Common Core standards.
Esperanza’s School Plan offers the on-going opportunity to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate a meaningful standards-based curriculum for all students. The goals, objectives, and activities have been identified and written based on needs expressed by students, parents, and staff input. These goals, objectives, and activities are established to improve and focus instruction at Esperanza’s Elementary School enabling students to meet grade level, district, and Common Core standards.
The ELAC, School Site Council, and Grade Level Leadership Teams collaborated to develop and refine the plan and will continue to work towards the ongoing implementation, evaluation and revision of this plan as needed. Esperanza Elementary School's essential philosophical cornerstones include the concept that quality school programs are based on shared decision-making by all staff members in meeting school, district, and state guidelines.
Parents/Guardians need to reapply for the federally Funded Meal Program each school year. Applications from the previous year carry over only for the first 30 days of this new school year. One application per household is needed. Parents/Guardians are responsible for their student's meals until the application are processed.
- Apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals online at http://www.wusdnutrition.com
- If you apply online please do not fill out a paper application. Paper applications will continue to be accepted and they can be picked up at any school site, the district office, or the Child Nutrition office.
- For pre-paid lunches, go to: www.mypaymentsplus.com
- For any questions, call Nancy Hemstreet or Monica Campos at 661/943-1057 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Westside Union School District is piloting a new grade reporting tool which reflects progress and mastery of content standards. Westside's Educational Services Department will be hosting parent workshops on standards based grading practices at Rancho Vista Elementary on Tuesday, October 24thth at 2:15pm and at Sundown Elementary school also on Tuesday October 24th at 6:30pm. Another workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 25th at 2:15 pm at Del Sur School. All workshops will be held in the cafeteria, are expected to last 75 minutes, and are not site specific. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Red Ribbon week is actually a week and two days at Del Sur. October 23-31. It's a time dedicated to encouraging students to make great choices, especially when it comes to drugs and peer pressure. To celebrate we are asking everyone to dress thematically, so please join in the fun.
Congratulations to our 8th grade girls volleyball team for winning first place! Ana C. was also named the league MVP! All the teams have reason to celebrate for a great season.
Please bring non food items for birthdays.