Mrs. Flores is our 7th & 8th grade science teacher. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to the education of our students at Santiago School
Miss Lamanuzzi is our TOSA, Teacher on Special Assignment. Thank you for your hard work, dedication and support!
Students may drop off their Science display boards in the media center before school.Good luck in your science project!
The $5,000 grant will allow our school to become a Super Reader School. Soon, every classroom will get $50 worth of new books, update our library with products from Lowe’s and conduct a super Reader Book Club for our scholars.Thank you Lowe's for your support of our school...
Enrollment packets can be picked up at the school office starting the week of Feb, 23rd. Registration is by appointment only.
Please join our PTA's biggest annual fundraiser of the year! Parents who are interested in volunteering at the event must contact the PTA soon. Let’s make this the best Jog-A-Thon ever! ...
Our RAK Club organized a fantastic community service project to help the Orange County Animal Shelter called "A Cause for Paws." They raised much-needed items such as dog food, hundreds of dog treats, toys, and supplies for the animal shelter. Thanks to everyone who supported this effort. ...
Place your order for the yearbook in the front office for our 80 -page, soft-bound, full color yearbook featuring photo memories of the 2014-2015 school year. It's only $20 per yearbook!
Every student at Santiago, and in the district, has a Google Account...
Engage 360° has replaced the existing after school program the Boys and Girls Club. This program will provide students with a safe environment that is a true extension of the academic school day. Students will engage in meaningful academic support, varied enrichment, nutrition and physical activities that will accelerate student outcomes linked to LCAP goals.
Our students begin each day with a focus on our 3Rs:
· Ready for school
· Responsible for learning
· Respectful with words and actions
We believe that high academic standards, together with high behavior expectations create a learning environment that is supportive, rigorous, and enriching.
We have embraced the common core state standards, focusing on the 4Cs’, empowering our students with the skills and tools necessary to be successful in college and careers in the 21st century:
· Communication: Sharing thoughts, questions, ideas, and solutions
· Collaboration: Working together to reach a goal; putting talent, expertise, and smarts to work
· Critical Thinking: Looking at problems in a new way, linking learning across subjects and disciplines
· Creativity: Trying new approaches to get things done equals innovation and invention
It is our belief that collaborative efforts among staff, students, and parents ensure that all students thrive within an environment that fosters academic success.
RANCHO SANTIAGO DE SANTA ANA
Date Built and/or Occupied
New Building 2010
Awards and Recognitions
California Distinguished School
7:30 AM 4th Gr. Computer Club Meeting
8:30 AM Fire Drill
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM 4th & 5th Grade Field Trip (IMAX)