The mission of Elysian Heights Elementary is to provide a safe, nurturing, and child centered academic environment where children develop the creativity and the problem solving skills necessary to be compassionate, curious, and responsible leaders of the world.
- No School on Thursday, September 24, 2014
- Ms. Elizalde, Ms. Gallo, and Ms. Miller will have a field trip on Friday, September 25, 2014
School Enrollment is UP!
However, we have a couple of spots available in Kinder, 1st, and 3rd. Parents who would like to enroll their children at Elysian Heights Elementary can call (323) 665-6315 or visit the Main Office from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Children at the Center
The Principal at Elysian Heights, Mr. Garza, speaks about the teamwork between the teachers and himself that creates a "can do" atmosphere for the children's benefit.
Elysian Heights 5K
Taste of Elysian heights
Thank you to Ms. Gallo (Event Coordinator), the faculty, the parents, and students for an incredible event that showcased our communities healthy foods.
The Multi-Cultural Event
The Principal of Elysian Heights Elementary, Mr. Garza discusses the invigorating and wonderful school event known as the Multi-Cultural. An Annual celebration of diversity.
VALET PARKING VOLUNTEERS
Elysian Heights is seeking parent volunteers to assist with our valet drop off on Valentine Street. Valet Parking is available M-F beginning at 7:30 a.m. -7:50 a.m. Please contact Mr. Garza @ 323.665.6315 if you are interested in volunteering for our Valet Parking. We need parent volunteers.
The NEW Theme of Elysian Heights Elementary
Health and Wellness: Students will investigate various topics ranging from physical and emotional wellness. They will investigate content (Math, English, Social Studies, and Science) in terms of universal concepts (Relationships, Power, Structures, Systems, Change, and Patterns) to apply what they have learned to solve real world problems.
Elysian Heights Volunteer Program
The Elysian Heights School Parent Volunteer Program seeks to bring in parents and community members who want to help us develop a strong academic enrichment program for all students. Interested ...more