-by Gerri Fippin
What’s new at Soquel El??
Message from the Superintendent Hello Parents, I recently visited Washington DC during our spring break with forty-eight (48) 8th graders from New Brighton Middle School. As we toured our nation’s monument and received outstanding information from our tour guides about democracy, I have decided to write to you about the importance of voting. Our district […][ Read More → ]
Soquel Elementary has been educating local youth since the 1850′s, has occupied its current site on Porter Street since the 1890′s, and has occupied the current building since 1921. It has been an integral part of Soquel Village for a century and a half, and holds a special place in the community as an historical landmark.
Around 400 students, ranging from Kindergarten through 5th grade, are expected to attend Soquel Elementary each year. Soquel Elementary School is a place where educators, parents, and students are actively involved in the learning and growth of all members of the school community. It is a place for meeting the needs of students and developing the rich potential of each child. It is a safe, caring place where children are free to learn, grow, make mistakes and learn from those mistakes. Students are challenged to reach for their personal star.