Calling all Dads!!! It’s time to dance this December! By popular demand, 80’s night is back and 80-Do is our cover band once again. RSVP on Eventbrite today
Help our PTA brainstorm for the upcoming Mother-Daughter Event Movie night! Please mark your calendar.
Please mark your calendars!
Students in grades K-8 will again be assessed using the MAP in reading and mathematics. MAP is a growth model assessment and it’s administered three times in a school year. It is used to measure an individual student’s progress over time
Santiago School produces an E-Blast Newsletter to inform our Santiago community about important news and events. Please click here to read the latest new edition of eBlast newsletter.
Have an absence? Join us on a Saturday / Nov. 16, Dec. 7 & Dec. 14 to make it up.
The Public Health Services Family Clinic in Santa Ana is now offering Free Flu shots every Wednesday from 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Protect yourself and those around you by getting a flu shot today!
Play is Fun & Play is Healthy! Come to the Santiago playground and exercise with your kids! Did you know that when parents are involved in their child's school, children are more motivated, earn better grades and show improved behavior.
Once again the Paletas are here! Are you in the mood for something sweet & cold, why not look for our PTA members on Fridays after school in front of our main entrance gate selling paletas for only $2 each! It’s one great way to support our PTA.
Norma Plascencia is the Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Liaison.
Mrs. Cortes welcomes students to come before and after school to check out library books or to take AR quizzes.
WELCOME TO 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
Mr. Jimmy Bruhl, School Principal
At Santiago, we drive our vision based on our “MTSS” Multi-Tier Systems of Supports and Extended Learning offerings that increase and sustain student academic progress, while supporting individualized social emotional needs. Our end goal is to ensure that all students reach their full potential prior to entering high school. We are committed to provide TK-8 students with multiple opportunities to engage in meaningful and intentional activities and practices that empower them in the areas of:
- Innovative, Creative, and Critical Thinking
- Making Cross-Curricular Connections
- Student Leadership & Public Speaking
At Santiago, we do this by:
- Centralizing our focus on teaching and learning in a TK-8 setting that promotes and sustains an “All Means All” professional learning environment. This culture allows us to ensure that all students have access to rigorous and intentional learning opportunities, while sustaining a safe and trusting environment.
- Offering Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) opportunities to TK-8 students as a means to support our SanArts initiative, which fully prepares our students for the Arts pathways in college, and future careers.
- Focusing on developing future scientists and engineers by including “Project Lead The Way” (PLTW) Science based electives for students in grades 6-8, and TK-8 STEAM activities within our Elementary STEAM Lab.
- Offering academic competitive programs such as Speech & Debate, National History Day, and Soap Box Speaking; providing students with opportunities to compete at the District, County, State, and National level.
At Santiago, we add the Human Element into our daily routine in an “All Means All” environment so that everyone feels connected, respected, and at home. These values help empower our students’ commitment to learning, positive values, social competencies and positive identity.Mr. Jimmy BruhlSantiago TK-8 School Principal