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Welcome to Walnut Grove K-8 School! Home of the College Bound Wildcats!

2020 Virtual Back to School Night Presentations
Principal's Introductory Message
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To meet our Certificated Staff by watching a video click on this title: WG Certificated Staff (Classified coming soon).

Check out our School No Excuses University Video!

Vision Statement

Walnut Grove will earn the reputation for academic excellence by attaining significant and measurable academic growth each and every year. 

Mission Statement

The purpose of Walnut Grove School is to cultivate the characteristics of students who can R.O.A.R. in order to perform, create and innovate to achieve academic excellence.

School Profile

Walnut Grove School opened in August, 2009, currently serving 783 students, grades K-8. The school is staffed with 35 teachers. Our student population is 84% Hispanic/Latino, 13% White, .02% African-American, with a free and reduced lunch rate of 76.1% and with 49.2% of our students English Learners. 5% of our students are enrolled in our Special Education Program.
Walnut Grove School is a K-8 school with less than 100 students per grade-level, giving the school a small community atmosphere where students feel connected.  In addition, Walnut Grove has a 50/50 Dual Immersion Program strand. Instruction is in Spanish and English at all grade levels. The Walnut Grove School Dual Language Academy is providing an enrichment program dedicated to building a student body that is bilingual, biliterate and multicultural. This is being achieved by providing a comprehensive core curriculum program paralleled with instruction in Spanish. Walnut Grove School is a “high-tech” school. Each student in grades K-8th grade was issued a district chromebook to use for educational purposes through our 1 to Web Initiative.
Walnut Grove is also part of the No Excuses University Schools Network rooted in the following core beliefs:
1. Every student has the right to be educated in a way that prepares them for college.
2. It is the responsibility of educators to create six exceptional systems that makes college a reality. 
Staff is working diligently, continually monitoring student learning through assessment data and refining their instruction in order to give Walnut Grove School students the support they need to grow academically each year.  We are college bound!

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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:

District Office: 209-895-7700
IT Support: 209-895-7731
Distance Learning: 209-895-7730
SPED Support: 209-895-7732
Counseling Support: 209-894-1055
Cafeteria Services: 209-892-3702

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CAASPP and ELPAC testing in spring 2021:

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CAASPP WINDOW

1. ELA & MATH (May 10-21)
2. Science ( 5, 8) May 10 - 21
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CSA (CA SP assessment) May 24 - 28

 
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