As a parent, you have dreams for your child and the sky's the limit - a concert pianist, a doctor, a professional sports athlete, or even President. For others, it maybe about being the firs in your family to graduate from college or to earn a doctorate. We share your dreams and want your children to be happy and sucessful.
Attendance is critical to your child's success. DId you know that missing just a couple of days a month in Kindergarten through 3rd grade can result in lower academic performance?
Why is this critical? Because kids that aren't proficient by 4th grade are significantly less likely to graduate from high school.
In elementary school, our job as educators and parents is to teach our children good life habits - the importance of showing up, and attending school. The attendance habits they are learning in the elementary years will carry on into middle school and high school.
All UELF students in grades 1-5 who want to be involved in the play need to audition. Auditions will be held after school on January 8th, 10th and 11th in the MU. Signup for a specific time and pick-up an Audition Script in the school office, beginning December 18th.
Please come see what makes University Elementary unique by joining Principal Straub on a school tour. Families interested in attending a tour please come to the school office. January tours will be 1/10 at 10:30 AM, 1/16 at 9:00, 1/26 at 8:30 and 1/29 at 10:30.
The Open Enrollment window to register for the 2018-19 school year will be from January 10th through February 28th. Parents interested in enrolling their child(ren) need to come to or call the office to receive a registration packet. You will also need to provide a copy of the child's birth certificate, updated immunization records, and proof of address, such as a PG&E, cable or water bill, mortgage papers or rental agreement. Please contact the office at 707-792-4840 if you have any questions.
Our school is located in a neighborhood. We ask for everyone's support in response to the requests of our neighbors and of RP Public Safety to be extremely careful to not block driveways, double-park and encroach on the red zones during drop-off and pick-up each day. The people who live in the homes on our nearby streets need to be able to get in and out of their driveways with their access unimpeded, especially in case of an emergency. Thank you, in advance, for your help in addressing this concern.
Ryan Kurada, a first grade teacher at University Elementary School produced this great event which was a full house of students and adults... check out the video!
Check out the video
“During these challenging times of post-fire recovery, we need teachers more than ever to help our students overcome adversity and thrive,” said Steven D. Herrington, Sonoma County Superintendent of Schools. “The Teacher of the Month program this year seeks to honor, support, and thank those teachers.”
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM FTRP - B4, K1, K2, C4 - Walking to Charles Street Village to Xmas Carol
8:30 AM - 8:50 AM Barksdale's Class Performance
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Song Practice in MU: Charlotte's Web
All students are entitled to a successful education.
Our focus is learning.
We are a team!