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Pauma Elementary School

Valley Center - Pauma Unified School District

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    Parents

    School Supply List:

    Click above to see the recommended school supply list for the 2018-2019 school year.

     

    Enrollment Forms:

    Click above for the enrollment forms for the 2018-2019 school year.

     

    Bobcat Readers Program:

    The Bobcat Readers Program is a book exchange that is absolutely FREE! No registration or library card necessary. The program is sponsored by the Pauma Valley Lions Club, the Pauma Valley Community Association, and the San Diego County Library. Come and get some books for the whole family to read this summer!

    • JUNE 26: Rancho Corrido
      14715 Highway 76
      10:00am-1:30pm
    • JULY 3: Pauma Community Center
      16650 Highway 76
      10:00am-1:30pm
    • JULY 17: Pauma Community Center 
      16650 Highway 76
      10:00am-1:30pm
    • JULY 23: La Jolla Gym
      22000 E. Highway 76
      10:00am-1:30pm
    • AUG 7: Pauma Community Center
      16650 Highway 76
      10:00am-1:30pm
    • AUG 21: Pauma Community Center
      16650 Highway 76
      10:00am-1:30pm

    Students

    Summer Learning for Students:

    Click the links above to visit fun, free, and educational websites during the summer. 

    "Today is a great day to learn something new!"

     

    How will you get ready to be successful in the upcoming school year? We recommend the following:

    1. Read everyday for at least 20 minutes.
    2. Practice and memorize your math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).

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    About Our School

    Thank you for visiting our website!  Pauma School is a rural TK-8 school in northeast San Diego County with an enrollment of 220 students.  We are committed to academic excellence in a safe, caring community.  Our goals include increasing academic achievement and to increase parent involvement. Teachers are able to address the individual needs of students as a result of these efforts through Response to Intervention and implementation of intervention strategies.

    This dedicated and supportive staff has worked to increase student achievement.  In addition to a well-rounded curriculum that meets all state standards, we offer physical education, technology instruction, music, and an athletic program to include golf instruction with an award winning golf facility.  We have an after-school program with a focus on academics, athletics, and the arts.  Our students are provided with many wonderful learning opportunities through our library, cutting edge classroom technology, field trips, focus classes, character programs, student assemblies, and family learning events.  These activities help enrich our students’ lives and improve their knowledge and skills.