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Principal's Message

Kaiser families, welcome to your school! It has been my great pleasure to serve as the principal for 10 years (and counting!). You are sending your student to a school that is unique in a number of ways! In addition to sharing the distinction of being one of our district’s largest schools, Kaiser serves students in grades 3 - 6. The “littles” attend Woodland Elementary School just around the corner. Additionally, we have many families that are dedicated to our school and provide service through active involvement with the Parent Faculty Organization (PFO), We Love STEM (supports engineering enrichment), and volunteering at school. We have a School Site Council (SSC) and an English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC). I personally invite you to join the “club!” 

March 13, 2020, marked the beginning of a couple of years that we won’t forget! It is a tribute to our teachers, staff, students, and families that Kaiser Elementary School weathered the last couple of years with compassion for and commitment to the learning and well-being of every student. Now, we are ready to begin a new year with all the hope and opportunities that await us!

When school begins on August 22nd, all kinds of possibilities will be waiting for us! We have 38 weeks that translate into 180 days of opportunities to learn and grow. We know that every minute during those 180 days is essential for student success.  In addition to time to learn academics in the classroom, Kaiser Knights develop as good humans on the playground during recess and lunch. 

THANK YOU in advance for being such significant partners in supporting the learning of our students. Kaiser teachers and staff work incredibly hard to create experiences that make school interesting, relevant, accessible, and safe for our students. If you need any help with your student, please contact us right away - remember, we are in this together! 

This year is all about setting and meeting our goals! My success is the success of our students, teachers, and staff members. Thank you for helping us all achieve this!

Here we go!

Deborah Martinez Granger, Ed.D.