Transitional kindergarten through fifth grade parent-teacher conferences this year will include a new and improved report card for students.
Fourteen of our Escalon Unified teachers came together to review options and the result is a new report card that is student-centered and goal oriented, with specific steps parents can take to help their children at home.
October 19, Escalon High students, community leaders and school and district educators came together to celebrate the completion of several major projects on the Escalon High School Campus.
The projects included a completely remodeled gym with a new sound system, air conditioning, and refinished floors. Music students will also enjoy the music room remodel and new practice rooms, while the new campus bathrooms and covered eating area will benefit everyone.
Collegeville and Farmington 4th Graders travel to Monterey to visit two California Missions, explore the beach, and visit the Monterey Bay Aquarium. For some students this was their first trip to the ocean and the aquarium. What a wonderful experience!
Track And Field Athletes Move On To Sections! The Escalon High School Track and Field teams competed at the Trans-Valley League Finals at Riverbank High School on Thursday, May 10. The girls finished third and the boys were fifth out of the seven TVL teams. For more stories like this visit the Esca...
Yesterday, El Portal's leadership students had a great time on their field trip to the Giant's Game! Unfortunately the Giant's didn't get the "W" but a good time was had by all.
Gateway Academy 6th grader AJ Cerasi is the most recent winner of the Perfect Attendance Award for the 10th attendance period. AJ knows that every day counts!
El Portal's teachers and staff would like to give a big shout out to our Parents Club for all the wonderful treats last week during teacher appreciation week! We appreciate everything you do for us!