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Elsinore Elementary School
512 W Sumner Ave, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

According to Elsinore Elementary School Principal Suzy Baldwin, "the staff at Elsinore Elementary School is dedicatedMore 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.

Tuscany Hills Elementary School
23 Ponte Russo, Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Tuscany Hills Elementary School located in Lake Elsinore serves 622 students and is part of the Lake Elsinore UnifiedMore School District. The student population at the school is diverse. Sixty-one percent of the students are white; 25 percent of students are Hispanic or Latino; 5 percent are African American; 3 percent are Asian; 2 percent are Filipino. Average class size at the school is 20 for grades K-3; for grades 4-5, average class size is 32. There are 36 faculty and staff at the school.
Machado Park
15150 Joy St, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Located next to Machado Elementary School in Lake Elsinore, Machado Park is a joint effort between the city and the LakeMore Elsinore Unified School District. The park is actually a portion of Machado Elementary School. The city and School District, through joint use agreement, have developed a five-acre portion of the site offering tennis courts, play equipment, shaded shelters, barbecues, restrooms, picnic facilities and parking. There is also open turf area for games and other organized types of activities.
Lake Elsinore Unified School District
545 Chaney St, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

The Lake Elsinore Unified School District, located in the City of Lake Elsinore within the County of Riverside, isMore one of oldest public school systems in Southern California. Some of the district's schools date back as far as the 1800's.

The Lake Elsinore Unified School District is large (more than 140 square miles) and serves the cities of Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake and Wildomar. The district also serves several unincorporated communities in Riverside County, including Lakeland Village and Horsethief Canyon.

Within the Lake Elsinore Unified School District there are nearly 22,000 students at 13 elementary schools, two K-8 schools, four middle schools, three high schools and four alternative schools. The district is considered one of the largest employers in the region, with 3,000 permanent and substitute employees.

Rice Canyon Elementary School
29535 Westwind Dr, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Rice Canyon Elementary School in Lake Elsinore serves grades K-5 and is part of the Lake Elsinore Unified SchoolMore District.

There were 789 students enrolled at Rice Canyon Elementary during the 2008-09 school year.

Ethnic diversity at the school is significant. Fifty percent of students are Hispanic or Latino; 38 percent are white; 5 percent are African American; 3 percent are Asian; 2 percent are Filipino.

Average class size for grades K-3 is 20, and 29 for grades 4-5. There are 36 teachers and five support personnel on staff.

Head Start
520 Chaney St, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

The Lake Elsinore Unified School District offers Head Start, a child development program serving children andMore their families in Lake Elsinore. The programs are funded through a Department of Health and Human Services' Head Start Office federal grant. 

Head Start is designed to promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children of low income families through the provision of health, educational, transportation, nutritional, social and other services based on family needs assessments. 

Children ages 3 to 4 years of age are eligible for Head Start; priority is given to 4-year-olds. Children with disabilities are offered at least 10 percent of the slots in the Head Start Program.

The Lake Elsinore Unified School District provides Head Start at the following sites:

  1. Jeanette Ellis Center - 411 W. Heald Ave., Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
  2. Machado Elementary- 15150 Joy St., Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
  3. Wildomar Elementary- 16720 Palomar St., Wildomar, CA 92595
  4. HomeBased- 411 W. Heald Ave. , Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
  5. William Collier Elementary- 20150 Mayhall Dr., Wildomar, CA 92530

There are two types of program options: Part Day, in which children are in a center-based class either in the morning or afternoon for 3.5 hours per day; and Home Based, in which a teacher visits the home each week and works with the parent and child.

Withrow Elementary School
30100 Audelo St, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

Withrow Elementary School in Lake Elsinore serves students grades K-5.

During the 2008-09 school year, 686More students were enrolled at Withrow. Average class size at the school is 19 for grades K-3, and 30 for grades 4-5.

The student population is diverse at Withrow Elementary. Sixty-two percent of students are Hispanic or Latino; 27 percent are white; 4 percent are African American; 2 percent are Filipino.

There are 39 teachers and support staff at the school.

Copper Canyon Villas
16341 Grand Ave, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Copper Canyon Villas is a gated community located next to Butterfield Elementary School in Lake Elsinore. It is withinMore walking distance to the bus line. Copper Canyon Villas offers two-bedroom/two-bath apartments. The beautiful grounds are landscaped in a desert motif. Copper Canyon Villas is nestled in the hills with above-ground parking. The colonial-style villas have a laundry room on site and is a secured building with an intercom entry system. For more information call the building manager.
Earl Warren Elementary School
41221 Rosetta Canyon Dr, Lake Elsinore, CA 92532

Earl Warren Elementary School in Lake Elsinore serves 698 students, grades K to five and is part of the Lake ElsinoreMore Unified School District.

Earl Warren is a top-ranking school with a state Academic Performance Index (API) score of 865.

The school has a diverse student population. Fifty-eight percent of students are Hispanic or Latino; 22 percent are white; 6 percent are African American; 6 percent are Filipino; 4 percent are Asian.

Class size is relatively small compared to other elementary schools in the district. For grades K to three, the average class size is 17 students; grades four to five has an average class size of 26.

There are 32 teachers at Earl Warren Elementary, along with six support and administrative personnel.