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There were 6113 UNEXCUSED absences in 2018-2019, costing the district: $271,234 Besides revenue, students miss out on the learning that takes place in the classroom. It takes at least two days to catch up for every one day of school missed.
Mr. Josh Wilson, Principal
At Strawberry Elementary School, our mission is to increase the knowledge, skills, and well-being of every student through a school-wide commitment to safety, respect, and responsibility. Our highest priority is to develop independent, life-long learners who seek to learn and enjoy learning, aspiring to their personal best. We strive to provide all students with the support, foundation, self-discipline, inventiveness, and creativity they need to succeed in middle school, high school, college, and/or careers. We honor and demonstrate respect for the human dignity and the immanent worth of each individual involved in our school community. We value the diversity of our community and we work synergistically with the families of our students to provide the opportunities and educational support each student needs.
Strawberry School serves fourth, fifth, and sixth-grade students in a safe, respectful, supportive, engaging, purposeful, and challenging environment that is conducive to the highest achievement and best learning for our students. Our comprehensive curriculum is integrated to allow students to apply and reinforce their learning throughout the core subjects and beyond. All students are provided a rigorous, standards-based academic program in language arts, mathematics, science, history/social studies, physical education, and visual and performing arts.
Strawberry School first became a California Distinguished School and Nationally distinguished school in the 1980s. The Distinguished School status was again achieved in 2006 and most recently again in 2012. We have maintained the programs and the high achievement and scores that qualified us for the distinguished designation.