Welcome to Avondale Elementary. Every day we work hand in hand with parents, teachers, educators and community members to serve Kinder to 6th grade students. Enroll today!
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We have put together an FAQ page on the grade span changes coming to LMSV. Click here to learn more.
PTA is setting up a long list of activities and initiatives to support all our students here at Avondale this year. We appreciate all the hard work, creativity and support from all our PTA volunteers. This year's theme is Be A Star. Information has gone home in first day packets and is available in the office if you would like to become a member, sign up to volunteer for activities and/or donate to the programs PTA supports.
Each of our 5th and 6th grade students is offered the opportunity to play an instrument for one semester. Aaron Irwin, band teacher at La Presa Middle School, comes each Tuesday and works with the students. Fifth graders participate the first semester and 6th graders participate the second semester. Watch the parent bulletin for information regarding a concert at the end of the school year.
Classroom Visits will help you understand what your children’s days are like “at work.” You’re always welcome to sit and watch them learn and interact with classmates and adults. If you’d like, your children’s teachers may appreciate your help with clerical tasks (copying, cutting, sorting) or working with a small group of children. Don’t be shy—we’ll show you how.
Parent Groups help us make important decisions regarding our policies, programs, and learning environment. You’re always welcome to join or just attend the meetings that are convenient. Check the website or notices for dates and times.
District Committees give you opportunities to learn about policies and programs at the district level, and to provide input for important decisions. District committees meet at the Education Center Board Room, 4750 Date Street, La Mesa.
Weekly parent bulletins are sent home by teachers to let you know how your children are doing in school. Please be sure to look over parent bulletins with your children and talk about what they’re doing well and what they should work on the next week. Learning is all about getting better and better. Be sure to contact teachers when you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions.