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Contact Information

  • Jennifer Tomita, Principal
  • School Address
  • 2644 Somerset Avenue
    Castro Valley, CA 94546-4016
  • Main Office
    (510) 727-9192
  • Attendance Hotline
    (510) 727-9192 ext. 1
  • Kids Care Plus
    (510) 733-0775


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Welcome to Stanton Elementary

Our mission at Stanton Elementary School is to encourage children to learn and grow in a safe, nurturing environment that promotes literacy, fosters self-esteem, and challenges students to succeed.

Kindergarten Enrollment

Begins Monday, February 24, 2014 for siblings of students attending Stanton Elementary School and Monday, March 3, 2014 for new students

Please call the school office at 510-727-9192 ext 0 to make an appointment

Children must be 5 years of age by Sept. 1, 2014, to register

(born on or before 09/1/09)

Enrollment page and required forms can be found at our website



Dear Stanton Families,

Congratulations and Thank You
Thank you to Ms. Weers, Mrs. Bull and Mrs. Petroelje, Aaron B., Brittany B., Parteek G., and Patrick M. for their presentation at the School Board Meeting on March 27th. It was exciting to have them present on ways Common Core and Technology are coming together at Stanton. Congratulations to Mia S. for being recognized as a Stanton Star Student by the CVUSD School Governance Team. We also want to give a special congratulations and thank you to volunteer Ms. Emilie Nepveux who was also recognized at this board meeting for all her work throughout her years at Stanton.
Ms. Meghan Kelly was chosen as the Masonic Teacher of the Year! Congratulations Ms. Kelly and thank you for the commitment you demonstrate every day to our students and school community. We are so excited that you are being recognized for all your hard work!

Peseverance – Do Your Best
Perseverance is our character trait for the month of April. It is important that we help instill and teach our students this important character trait. According to Dr. Laura Markham, clinical psychologist, “Persevering may determine our chances of success more than any other single characteristic.” So, what can you do at home? Reward Persistence. Teach and model finding solutions. Help your child with transitions as students who are persistent usually have a more challenging time with this. Teach your child to take a break and then come back. Encourage effort and practice more than the accomplishment itself. Remind your child of our school motto, “We can do it! Yes, we can!”

Upcoming Events
Please don’t forget to mark your calendars for the following upcoming events:
April 5th from 9 am to 12 pm - Family Garden Work Party

April 11th from 12 to 3 pm - Walk-A-Thon

April 26th from 9 am to 12 pm EARTH DAY - School Beautification

April 29th from 6:30 to 8 pm Parent Academy *Focus on Technology and Smart Balance

Sincerely, Dr. Jennifer Tomita

When the world says, “Give up,” Hope whispers, “Try one more time.” Author Unknown

Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.Ralph Waldo Emerson

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