I love the size and location of San Pascual. My sOn attended pre k and his teacher is amazing. She is very dedicated and does an amazing job at preparing the children for kindergarten. It is a small school so all teachers know each other the children and their parents. They are very welcoming to parents and the principal Mr. T is very approachable and caring. I would love to see this school enrich its resources by becoming magnet - I look forward to another great year at San Pascual !
San Pascual Avenue Elementary School is a public middle school in Los Angeles. The principal of San Pascual Avenue Elementary School is Victor Taglianetti, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 249 children attend San Pascual Avenue Elementary School and identify mostly as Hispanic, Filipino, and Asian. 28% of the San Pascual Avenue Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 86% of the 249 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at San Pascual Avenue Elementary School is 18:1. Hillsides Education Center is one of the nearest middle schools.
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|Native American or Native Alaskan||1%||0.3%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||86%||75%|
|Limited English proficiency||28%||32%|
I LOVE SAN PASCUAL SCHOOL. TEACHER HAVE A VERY SPECIAL CONNECTIONS WITH THE STUDENTS THEREFORE IT MAKE THE STUDENTS FEEL VERY CONFORTABLE WITH ALL THE STAFF MEMEBERS AND PARENTS.
My son attended San Pascual for the first time last year for Kindergarten and I was content in knowing that my son was attending a small and very personable school in comparison to most Los Angeles public schools. The principal and/or Vice Principal are always present and know most parents and students by their first names. I think no matter where your children attends school it's how much time you as the parent invests in your children after school that counts the most. Uniforms are optional and a plus. I do agree that the school needs more volunteers and or more funding but what public school doesn't. I would rate this school a 4 out of 5 considering that it is a Los Angeles Public School ) San Pascual focuses on testing
On the plus side San Pascual has dedicated and friendly staff and faculty members who are open to suggestions and concerns from the parents. On the minus side there are no particular extracurricular arts or sports activities no particular art or sports programs as part of the curriculum and P.E. classes are conducted with a minimum of sports equipment usually balls on a large cement courtyard. While students who need to wait to be picked up by their parents afterschool can wait on campus with one or two staff members present there is no particular help in getting homework done and no monitoring of who is picking up the students or even if the kids have gone out front to wait.