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Message From Our Principal

Welcome to the Plummer Avenue Elementary School website. It will provide our community extensive information about our school and its programs. We are extremely proud of our vast accomplishments: California Distinguished School and a Title I Academic Achievement Award recipient. Additionally, we are a School for Advanced Studies. Such success only happens when there is a solid partnership between families and school.

The faculty and staff at Plummer are proud to be lifelong learners committed to fostering that love of learning in each of our students. We are proud to have a caring and highly qualified team of administrators, teachers, assistants, and other staff members who work hard to ensure continued academic growth. We consider instruction to be our highest priority and strive to overcome any obstacles that may prevent our students from reaching proficiency.

We consider parents and families to be our most important partners in educating our students. As you browse through Plummer’s website, you will find opportunities to become involved in our school. Please consider joining us through the PTA, parent councils, or as a volunteer during the school day. However you choose to participate, please keep in mind that you are an integral part of the success of our school.

Sincerely,
I Gómez

Upcoming Events

No School Unassigned Day
Date: 9/30/2019
Picture Day
Date: 10/8/2019
No School Unassigned Day
Date: 10/9/2019
Minimum Day - Dismissal is
Date: 10/10/2019, 12:32 PM 12:47 PM
Minimum Day Dismissal
Date: 10/24/2019, 12:32 PM 12:47 PM

Plummer News

Parent Center

There are many great learning opportunities for parents. Please click here for more information.

Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) Testing

Our students in grades 3 through 6 will be taking the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) in the upcoming months. Click here for a complete SBA Testing schedule.
Please make sure your child gets plenty of sleep the night before the test and have your child get up early enough to avoid hurrying.

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