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Register Now for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten

New this year, GGUSD has expanded its transitional kindergarten program to serve more 4-year-olds than ever before. If your child was born between September 2, 2016 through September 1, 2017, please register your child for our free full day kinder…
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Disability Awareness at Enders

Bolsa Grande's ASB organized an interactive assembly at Enders Elementary School to teach students about a variety of disabilities. Students completed obstacle courses wearing blindfolds, played basketball on crutches, and buttoned shirts without the…
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Engineering Takes Off at Enders

These first grade students from Enders Elementary School put their engineering skills to work in this fun STEAM bridge-building project. Students researched how to build the strongest bridge based on sustainability and weight, constructed their bridg…
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Former Student Gives Back

Former Enders Elementary student Dean Dang gave back to the Enders community as part of his Eagles Scout Project. He built two LEGO tables for the students and also helped raise $1,300 from the local community and donated it all to Enders! Thank you…
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PARENTS AS PARTNERS

Enders Elementary School hosted Doughnuts with Dads. Students played "Minute to Win It" games and enjoyed a tasty breakfast with their dads. GGUSD schools frequently host fun family events because we know parent engagement is critical to student succ…
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History Comes to Life at Enders

Enders Elementary School second grade students learned about important historical figures by hosting a wax museum. Students dressed up as the historical figure they researched and provided brief speaking presentations to parents who pushed their "pl…

Our School

Enders Elementary School prides itself on being an integral part of the West Grove Community. A unique aspect of our school is that we have students that are third and even fourth generation Enders Scholars.

In addition to hosting Little League and softball on our campus, we have one of the largest teaching gardens in the area. The annual Enders Carnival, which takes place in the spring, is one of the most popular community events of the year.    

School pride is very important to us at Enders. Our campus beautification projects seek to make a warm and inviting environment for our students and families. This is reflected in the murals throughout the school, our campus garden, tile art, and our newest project, our rock garden.

Enders provides multiple opportunities to explore and develop new interests for our students. During the school day, our students participate in our running and exercise program The Mileage Club. The visual arts are supported and encouraged through the Arts Masters Program. We have an active student leadership team that promotes spirit days and our character traits, and plans events for our school. We also offer afterschool activities such as Chess Masters, Science Lab, and Robotics.  

Enders Elementary School encourages our parents to get involved in the classroom and at our school. We have a variety of family nights offered throughout the school year that focus on technology, mathematics, reading, and STEM activities. Parents are encouraged to volunteer in classrooms, attend special PTA sponsored events including the Magic Show, Jog A Thon, Talent Show, family dances such as our Sweetheart Dance, and the Carnival. Enders has family planting and harvesting days in our garden. We also host Pastries with the Principal where parents can connect with others in the community and hear about important news and updates from the principal. Behind many of these fantastic events is our Enders PTA! Our PTA meets on the second Thursday of each month and is just another way to get involved and help support our school.

Thanks,

Michelle