Kaiser Elementary School is the home of the Kaiser Knights – noble in thought, word, and deed. Our mission is to build a “community of life-long learners.” In addition to our dedicated staff and bright students, Kaiser also is surrounded by a community of families that care deeply about the academic and life success of our students.

You will find that our expectations are high and that they are matched by our support in achieving them. It is our intention that when Kaiser students move up to intermediate and high school, they will be powerful thinkers with a strong knowledge base, skill set, sense of creativity, and commitment to community. In other words, Kaiser Knights are 21stcentury global citizens.


It’s official! The clock is running faster! We see the finish line in sight and have reached the point in the year when all the pieces come together. Last week, Kaiser students showed off talents ranging from mad yo-yo skills to synchronized (air) swimming. Fifth graders performed the annual Patriotic Program and third graders received a special visit from the Lions Club to learn about the history of the American flag.

I’m sure you can imagine the electricity of the last week of the school year.  To end on a celebratory note, fourth graders will visit Mission San Juan Capistrano and enjoy Gold Rush Day. Third graders will walk to Mariners Library to receive their library cards in preparation for a summer of reading fun. Fifth graders have lined up a special Field Day. And, sixth graders will participate in their last Walk Through History assembly – Walk Through the Ancient World. On Friday, we will say farewell to the Kaiser sixth grade class of 2014 and wrap up the school year.

Even as we race toward the end of the year, we also think about the future. Incoming Kaiser parents participated last week in the third grade parent orientation and the master schedule for 2014-2015 is well on its way to completion.

This is an especially exciting time. We appreciate your support as students become more excited about the prospect of summer. As the weather warms up, parents of girls, please remember that shirt straps should be at least two fingers wide. For all students, close-toed shoes are required all year, as students need to be able to run and play safely.

This will be a special week at Kaiser with a Flag Deck on Thursday to recognize service to our school as well as the staff members who have made our school such a treasure.  All are invited! While there will be another Principal’s Message next week, please be sure to stay tuned for messages periodically throughout the summer. Until then, thank you all for the care and commitment you provide to make our school the special place for learning and growing that it is.

Kaiser School News

Notice of Public Hearing - September 9, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. - Proposed Solar Photovoltaic Project

September 9, 2014 6:00 p.m.
Newport-Mesa Unified School District Office 
2985-A Bear Street, Costa Mesa, Ca 92626

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Government Code section 4217.10 et seq. that the New... Continue
Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 8/26/14

Kaiser Office Open Until 7:00 pm on 8/20 and 8/28 to Accept Student Registration!
Good news, to help accommodate parents who cannot turn in their student's registration paperwork during the hours of 7:30 to 4:00 pm, the Kaiser Office will be open from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm on Wednesday, 8/20 and Thursday, 8/28.  See you then!
Posted by: Kathy Dugan
Published: 8/19/14

Student Registration Begins - Monday, 8/18 through Friday, 8/29!
Student Registration paperwork for the 2014/2015 school year has been mailed to all returning students and to all Woodland incoming 3rd grade students.  You must return the paperwork before we can assign your child a classroom:


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Posted by: Kathy Dugan
Published: 8/18/14

Back to School Night - Thursday, 9/4! (Times: TBD)
Posted by: Kathy Dugan
Published: 8/18/14