Santa Ana Unified School District elementary schools

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This article provides information on Santa Ana Unified School District elementary schools.

Adams Elementary School[edit]

Adams Elementary School is named after John Adams, the second President of the United States.

Carver Elementary School[edit]

Carver Elementary School is named after George Washington Carver.

Davis Elementary School[edit]

Davis Elementary School is named after Wallace Ray Davis.

Diamond Elementary School[edit]

Diamond Elementary School .

Edison Elementary School[edit]

Esqueda Elementary School[edit]

Esqueda Elementary School is named after Manuel Esqueda, a Santa Ana philanthropist.[1]

Franklin Elementary School[edit]

Fremont Elementary School[edit]

Fremont Elementary School is a large elementary school with an enrollment of 810 students in Kindergarten through 5th Grade.

Garfield Elementary School[edit]

Garfield Elementary School is an elementary school that offers Pre-K through fifth grade. Garfield is named after the 20th President of the United States, James A. Garfield. The school principal of this school is Nancy-Diaz Miller. Garfield Elementary School is the proud Home of the Gators.

Grant Elementary School[edit]

Greenville Fundamental School[edit]

Harvey Elementary School[edit]

Heninger Elementary School[edit]

Hoover Elementary School[edit]

Jackson Elementary School[edit]

Jackson elementary is named after the seventh president, Andrew Jackson

Jefferson Elementary School[edit]

Kennedy Elementary School[edit]

King Elementary School[edit]

Lincoln Elementary School[edit]

Lowell Elementary School[edit]

Madison Elementary School[edit]

Martin Elementary School[edit]

Martin Elementary School is named after aviation pioneer Glenn Luther Martin.

Monroe Elementary School[edit]

Monte Vista Elementary School[edit]

Muir Fundamental School[edit]

Muir Fundamental was a 2011 Blue Ribbon Award winner.[2]

Remington Elementary School[edit]

Romero-Cruz Elementary School[edit]

Romero-Cruz Elementary School is named after Santa Ana teacher Lydia Romero-Cruz.

Roosevelt Elementary School[edit]

Santiago Elementary School[edit]

Sepulveda Elementary School[edit]

Taft Elementary School[edit]

Thorpe Fundamental School[edit]

Thorpe was a 2011 Blue Ribbon Award winner.[3]

Walker Elementary School[edit]

Washington Elementary School[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A Lesson in Elementary Philanthropy, Manuel Esqueda", Somos Primos, July 2005
  2. ^ Blume, Howard (15 September 2011). "Local campuses named national 'blue ribbon' schools". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 15 September 2011. 
  3. ^ Blume, Howard (15 September 2011). "Local campuses named national 'blue ribbon' schools". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 15 September 2011. 

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