Loma is excited to be a part of the No Excuses University network. Through this work, we are committed to teaching a Standards-based, well-rounded education. The CCSS in Language Arts and Math and include critical thinking, problem solving, technology, and project based approaches to learning. We utilize data in making decisions regarding student supports, enrichment, and placement. All teachers work together to maximize student learning. In grades 3 though 6, students move between classrooms so that teachers can provide directed instruction targeted at individual student needs.

As always, safety is our primary focus.  Loma scholars are taught that they need to ROAR.

Respect yourself and others

Actively participate in your education

Ownership of your learning

Responsible for behavior and performance

Bullying is not tolerated. Disciple assemblies will be held throughout the year to remind students of the importance of being “safe, healthy, respectful, and responsible” every day. Teachers have created systems of additional incentives for students that exemplify these Loma expectations inside and outside of the classroom.

Ultimately, you are the most important factor in your child’s education.  We welcome your feedback and want you to work closely with the Loma teachers to meet the needs of your scholar.  I encourage to get involved in whatever ways you can whether by volunteering on campus, participating in one of the numerous groups (ELAC, SSC, PTA), or asking your student what he/she learned that day at school.

If you ever have any questions, comments, or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me.  I am looking forward to the opportunity to work with each and every one of you.  This will be a great year, and I am truly fortunate to be a part of it.

Beth Rackliffe, Principal                       
619-668-5862 x 3699

School Announcements:

Here is the newsletter for 6.11.21

Newsletter 6.4.21

Parent newsletter for this week.

Here is the newsletter for this week.

Welcome Future Kinder Families

Take a moment to get to know a little more about Loma. Registration opens on March 1, 2021. Come be a Loma Scholar!

Districtwide Announcements:

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Summer Learning Academy

LMSV SLA will take place June 28-July 23, 2021. The application closed on May 14. If you still want to apply, please click here to join the waitlist. 

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Transitional Kindergarten Enrollment Boundaries 2021-2022 School Year

Enrollment boundaries on this list apply to Transitional Kindergarten ONLY. Students who wish to attend a school other than their school of residence for Kindergarten will need to apply for an Intradistrict Transfer Request form beginning February 1 of the year prior to Kindergarten to attend a different school location. More information can be found at the district’s enrollment website.

Why You'll Love Loma

  • Hidden in the Hills Near the Crestwood Community and Monte Vista High Shool
  • Personalized Schedules for Children (Grades 3-6) to have Their Own Unique Learning Plan
  • Program Aligned to College and Career Readiness

Enroll Today!

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District Spotlight

Academy Program Offerings Dazzle with Music at Spring Valley Academy

Enjoy this video about amazing students at Spring Valley Academy, an International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme School.  Academy enrollment is now open until December 2.


Academy Programs in LMSV Engage Unique Gifts of Each Child

Enjoy this video about student artists and performances at LMAAC. Academy enrollment is now open until December 2.


Extended School Services in LMSV Rocks!

Extended School Services (ESS) provides students an outstanding childcare experience before and after school. Students get homework help, engage in games, projects and field trips. ESS provides grants for families who qualify and low cost options.


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