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Elizabeth Stewart K-8 School is nestled near the peak of a rolling hill, overlooking the valley of suburban Pinole. Built in the 1960’s, Stewart School has a history of strong academic core programs, allowing equal access to all students. Given the rather isolated location, the majority of students are transported by car to and from the school. Stewart’s reconstruction/refurbishing plan is close to being completed, with all 25 classrooms being redone and 7 buildings being built to replace all but the specialty band and science portables. The multi-purpose room is also being outfitted with a sport floor and basketball and volleyball poles, baskets, and sleeves, and the kitchen has totally been revamped to include walk-in refrigerators, an additional walk-in heating unit, freezer and new storage areas.

We strive for every student to have a safe educational environment where they are all positively engaged, successful, and have opportunities to achieve to their fullest individual potentials. We pledge to make our school a place where all children see the greatness within themselves and the richness of the diversity that surrounds them. We will provide the atmosphere, climate and culture needed to allow all of our students to become positive, proud, self-determining forces of their own futures, as well as the future of their society; and of their world.

It is the mission of this school to provide the highest quality education for all. We work, not only on having children access their own greatness, educationally and personally, but also to become successful problem-solvers within their community. We maintain and expand upon a broad, multi-faceted approach to education so that all our children can access the knowledge they need to be successful, confident, and competent in whatever area they choose to explore. It is our mission to open the doors of education for every student and make every student realize their own worth and capacity for greatness, on a personal, communal, and global level.

Tara Hills


WCCUSD Highlights

  • 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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  • Korematsu Student Wins Middle School Spelling Bee

    Righteous has three definitions according to Merriam-Webster. And if Korematsu’s Ghouran Chang used it in a sentence, it might go something like this: I capped a righteous win at the West Contra Costa County Unified School District Middle School Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the two-syllable adjective.

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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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