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WCCUSD Highlights

  • Over 1,000 Bilingual Champion Students Honored

    During its 18th Annual Reclassification Awards Ceremony, the West Contra Costa Unified School District celebrated 1,069 students that earned reclassification status, becoming fully proficient in English.

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  • Transitional Kindergarten (TK) Parent Information Night

    The West Contra Costa Unified School District's Early Learning Program invites you to attend TK Parent Information night for students enrolled in the 2017-2018 school year. Click here to check meeting locations per school site.

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  • District Announces Classified Employees of the Year

    What do a bilingual instructional assistant, a typist 2 clerk, a community service officer, a office manager, a senior office administrator, a food services aide, a data entry clerk, and a custodian have in common? A love and dedication for West Contra Costa Unified School District students and staff and the District’s 2016-17 Classified Employees of the Year.

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  • Superintendent's Message -- April 2017

    Welcome back from a much deserved spring recess. As we usher in April and prepare for the final nine weeks of the school year, our students, their families, and our teachers are in the midst of testing. This is the third year that California students will take the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC), which measures our students’ academic progress in English Language Arts and mathematics.

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  • District Spring Music Festival and Concert Dates Announced

    The West Contra Costa Unified School District has announced the Spring Festival and Concert dates for all bands, orchestras, and choirs. Click the link to view dates and times.

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  • Kindergarten Enrollment for West County Schools Opens Jan. 9

    Kindergarten enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year begins January 9, 2017. Click the link to view enrollment information and learn about the NEW online enrollment system.

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  • WEST COUNTY GOT THE GOLD!

    The West Contra Costa Unified School District, in partnership with the Alliance for Public Education, will showcase our fourteen local schools who received the California Gold Ribbon Award from the California Department of Education. Please join us on Saturday, September 17 as we celebrate the award-winning, innovative practices in our local schools!

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  • 13 District Schools Win Gold for Academic Progress

    Thirteen elementary schools from the West Contra Costa Unified School District are among 772 across the state to earn the California Gold Ribbon Schools Award, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced.

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  • Coronado Elementary School Students Perform La Bohème with SF Opera Singers

    Andrew Berger, education program director of the San Francisco Opera Guild, recently visited Coronardo Elementary School to view a performance of La Bohème put on by students and literacy specialist Norah Moore.

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Welcome to the Coronado Elementary School website

 
Coronado Elementary School is located in an urban community. There are many single-family homes, with a mixture of duplex/quadruplex houses and apartment buildings, including a housing project. Outside the school’s attendance area, but easily accessible, are institutions that are used to enhance cultural and educational opportunities such as Richmond Arts Center, the Richmond Public Library, civic offices, the offices of the mayor and other elected officials, and the East Bay Center For the Performing Arts. Directly across the street from the school is the Coronado YMCA.
 
We believe that public education provides the opportunities and experiences that enrich us all and is essential to the future and success of our community.
 
We believe we must:
  • Treat everyone with courtesy, dignity and respect.
  • Provide safe and nurturing environment in which to learn, teach, work and participate.
  • Serve our students by working as partners with our community to develop well-rounded lifelong learners and contributing members of a global society. Take responsibility for our behavior and performance to ensure the highest possible achievement of all students, employees and our school community.
  • Provide equitable and essential communications and support for successful learning, teaching, working and participating.
  • Respect, celebrate and welcome diversity, uniqueness and contributions of all members of our school community.

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