Encourage students to do SBAC Practice Test at home! Click here for more info...
Teachers play a key role in student success, and sometimes a simple “thanks” is all a teacher needs to feel valued.
Thank a classified employee at your school today!
Got E-Waste? Please mark your calendars and help us spread the news about this great community 2-day event. Bring all your e-waste – any item that uses a battery or plugs in - to this free e-waste recycling drive which will be held at the school parkiing lot.
Attention Parents!! Please share your opinion about our school! This will help us develop programs for your children! After you take the survey tell your school front office and they will give you a ticket for a chance to win $100 or $50!
Mrs. Beghtol have gone above and beyond to support our school over the years. This year she is the PTA Social Media chair, helps with Jog-a-thon, Book Fair, Read Across America & Paletas sales ... Thank you for all your dedication and hard work.
Aubree Lopez, an 8th grader at Santiago School, was selected a finalist in the OC History Day competition and received an honorable mention for her individual exhibit entry titled “JFK and the Space Race”. She placed in the top six in her category which was incredible feat as a student in her first attempt at National History Day. A special thank you to her teacher, Erik Peterson, for his support in her victory.
Our students begin each day with a focus on our 3Rs:
· Ready for school
· Responsible for learning
· Respectful with words and actions
We believe that high academic standards, together with high behavior expectations create a learning environment that is supportive, rigorous, and enriching.
We have embraced the common core state standards, focusing on the 4Cs’, empowering our students with the skills and tools necessary to be successful in college and careers in the 21st century:
· Communication: Sharing thoughts, questions, ideas, and solutions
· Collaboration: Working together to reach a goal; putting talent, expertise, and smarts to work
· Critical Thinking: Looking at problems in a new way, linking learning across subjects and disciplines
· Creativity: Trying new approaches to get things done equals innovation and invention
It is our belief that collaborative efforts among staff, students, and parents ensure that all students thrive within an environment that fosters academic success.
RANCHO SANTIAGO DE SANTA ANA
Date Built and/or Occupied
New Building 2010
Awards and Recognitions
California Distinguished School