According to Elsinore Elementary School Principal Suzy Baldwin, "the staff at Elsinore Elementary School is dedicated…More to meeting the needs of all students. Our teachers and support staff are committed to our goal of creating a community of learners. We work together with the parents to hold students to the highest standards."
The student population at Elsinore Elementary is more than 350. There are 23 teachers and five support and administrative personnel on campus. The average class size for grades K-3 is 19; grades 4-6 the average class size increases to 32.
More than 80 percent of the student population is Hispanic or Latino.
Wildomar Elementary School is one of 25 schools which comprise the Lake Elsinore Unified School District. The school…More serves approximately 850 students enrolled in grades K-5.
The school has a more than 100-year history. As the area around Wildomar was being settled during the late 1800s, one of the first items of business in the new town was to build a grammar school. In 1886, town founders donated land and Wildomar Elementary School was built in the downtown area. The present day school is still at this original location on the corner of Palomar and Central.
When the old two-room schoolhouse was eventually torn down and rebuilt, the bell that called students to class was removed from its tower. In 2006, contributions from the community and school helped fund a monument to house the bell which resides on the school grounds today.
The bell is located at the corner of Palomar and Central on the grounds of Wildomar Elementary School. It remains a landmark for Wildomar.
William Collier Elementary School in Wildomar serves 591 students from grades kindergarten through 5th grade, and it…More is part of the Lake Elsinore Unified School District.
William Collier opened in 1998 and is currently a top performing Title I school in Riverside County.
The school has 32 classrooms, a multipurpose and multi-event room, a kitchen, computer lab, library, an outdoor eating area, administrative offices, a health office, teacher workrooms, and two play areas, one for kindergarten students and one designated for students in grades 1-5.
There are 24 teachers at William Collier Elementary School. The average class size for grades kindergarten through third grade is 20; for grades four to five the average class size is 33.