I'm very happy with our school my son is returning as a 2nd grader and my little one will start K. We as a family have had a great experience at this wonderful school. I believe my kids will get an excellent education I am given plenty of oportunities to be involve in the school and I'm happy to be returning this year. I have met our new principal Mrs. Kahn and I'm excited for this new year.
Isla Vista Elementary School is a public elementary school in Isla Vista. The principal of Isla Vista Elementary School is Lisa Maglione and can be contacted at email@example.com. 462 children attend Isla Vista Elementary School and identify mostly as Hispanic; Asian; and Black, non-Hispanic. 49% of the Isla Vista Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 65% of the 462 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Isla Vista Elementary School is 16:1. Santa Barbara Montessori School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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|Native American or Native Alaskan||0%||0.6%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||3681%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||65%||41%|
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My children have gone to IV the youngest graduated this past spring. It has been a nurturing educational environment I am exceptionally happy about. The staff is innovative enthusiastic loves and challenges the students and works very well together. Ms. Maglione is approachable creative and motivating. Art music and PE are part of the cirriculum and the technology all of the teachers are able to use in their teaching as well as the technology the students are using is fantastic! This school with over 20 languages and multiple cultures is a wonderful learning environment for any student.
Excellent school! This school has incredible leadership infrastructure and teachers. The instruction aims to promote the education of all students and also attends to the social and emotional development of students.
Very disappointed with the way the principal leads the school and lack of mentoring and leading teachers. Lack of communication and accountability.
This school is EXCELLENT! It is a melting pot of children from all over the world. My son is now in his 2nd year at IV school. I am amazed at the academics at IV. My son comes home SO positive about his day and it makes me So happy to see him gain confidence and enjoy learning. The Principal and the staff are SO dedicated. Our principal Mrs. Maglione is APPROACHABLE ENTHUSIASTIC and a POSITIVE role model to her staff and to the students as well. The teachers and staff are HAPPY to be at IV. Mrs Maglione is a proud principle and it shows in her daily work at Isla Vista. IV school has SO much to offer academically socially and emotionally to every child and parent that walks through those doors. Isla Vista school keep up the good work! sincerely a Proud Isla Vista school parent Julissa Valerjev
I personally invite you to come visit Isla Vista Elementary School. I would like the opportunity to get to know you and your family as part of our school community. Parents families teachers. staff volunteers University students and the district all contibute to make this school exceptional. This last 0607 school year we received the State Award for AAA Academic Achievement Award for a State High Performing School. We fly our flag proudly. Check out our website www.islavista.k12.ca.us visit and join our educational community! I look forward to meeting you Lisa Maglione Isla Vista School Principal year 7
Isla Vista School is an exciting school. Children there represent over twenty countries and languages. This environment provides the possibility of learning about and understanding different cultures religions and races. Staff includes an art teacher music teacher GATE teacher and many language arts specialists. Teachers love to be At Isla Vista. Many chose to send their own children there when they could attend a more affluent school. The teachers are committed to the children and work very hard to reach the academic standards that government has imposed. Though a large percentage of parents do not speak English the administration makes every effort to involve the parents not only as volunteers but in learning the English language training them how to help their children and providing reasonable child care for families who must work to meet the cost of living in this community. Look beyond the statistics & try to understand this school.