SAUSD will be participating in a free summer lunch program at 51 school sites which includes Santiago School and 8 Parks and Recreation Centers across the district from June 22 to August 26. The program is open to all students under the age of 18, no income requirement or registration is necessary, and all participants must eat their breakfast/lunch at the site.
The summer school program, Engage 360°, will be offering free academic enrichment programs which will concentrate on literacy, math, enrichment, and FUN! These half day programs are designed to combine learning with play and will be held from June 22rd through July 29th, from 8:00am – noon. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.
Accessing the ST Math at home will keep your scholar busy for the summer! CLICK HERE for instruction...
After working for Santa Ana Unified school district for 26 years, Mrs. Debbie Prieto announces her retirement. She has been the Santiago School Principal for the past 8 years. Our beloved principal will truly be missed by our Santiago Family. Congratulations Mrs. Prieto on your retirement! We all wish you health and happiness for many years ahead. Mrs. Prieto's message ...
Congratulations and thank you Dr. Kristie Lance (40 yrs), Mr. Steve Merrilees (30 yrs.), and Mrs. Sue Spear (19 yrs.) for your years of dedication to Santiago students, families, and staff. We wish you all the best in the next chapter of your lives.
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