Reseda Elementary School, a historical landmark, provides an innovative, educational program where students can achieve to their fullest potential, within our multicultural community.
Reseda Elementary School is a high performance team working collaboratively in a climate in which all cultures are valued.
Students, parents and community are participating in the academic success of our students.
We have early literacy by third grade in which we stress phonics and comprehension.
Our science and mathematics programs are integrated across the curriculum emphasizing critical thinking and the problem solving process.
1. That all students can learn.
2. That all students can become cooperative responsible members of society.
3. That all students can respect themselves and others.
Reseda Elementary School
- PHBAO = Predominately Hispanic, Black, Asian, Other
- Student Body: 410 students
- Pre K - 5th grade classes
- Personnel 40-60 full and part-time personnel.
- One Administrator
- Ethnic population of Student Body:
Other, White 15%
American Indian/ Alaskan .2%
Pacific Islander .7%
- Ethnic population of instructional staff:
16 teachers - 8 minority
- School Based Management since 1989
- Historical Landmark - Built in 1916 "Spanish Motif"
Programs With Funding
- School Improvement
- Special Education
- Active PTA
- Classroom Volunteers
- PHBAO Parent Representatives
- Room Parents
- Parent Education Inservice
- Adopt-a-School: Carl's Jr., Kiwanis, Von's Market
- Breakfast and Lunch Programs
- Citizen of the Month
- Class of 7-11 Recognition
- Classroom Presentations
- Cultural and Holiday Celebrations
- Cultural/Educational Field Trips
- Dairy Council
- DARE (Drug Awareness Resistance Education)
- DATE (Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco Education Program)
- Farm Education Program
- Individual Parent Conferences
- Movie/Studio Filming Location
- National Science Foundation Program
- Newspaper in the Classroom
- Performing Tree
- Recognition of the Month
- Recycling Program
- Resource Specialist Program
- Stay-In-School Attendance Recognition
- West Valley Library
- Zoo-Adopt-an-Animal Program