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Hidden Valley Elementary School

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    Reminders From Mr. Coscarelli


    Please do not drop students off before 8:00 am unless you have them in Day Care.

    Do not double-park or block driveways near the school.

    Do not park in bus loading areas.

    Follow the arrows and DRIVE SLOWLY (5 mph) in the parking lot and driveway toward Chanate.

    Volunteers for the classroom must complete the new Be a Mentor program.

    Upcoming Events

    We Mar. 1 - Walk & Roll to School

    Th Mar. 2 - Dr. Seuss's Birthday-Read Across America

    Th Mar. 2 - PFO Meeting on Zoom, 6 pm

    Sa Mar. 4 - Odyssey of the Mind Tournament #2 in Sacramento

    Fr Mar. 10 - Trimester 2 Report Cards sent home

    Su Mar. 12 - Daylight Saving Time begins, change clocks AHEAD one hour - lose an hour of sleep :( 

    Tu Mar. 14 - Mathematical Pi Day

    Fr Mar. 17 - St. Patrick's Day

    week of Mar. 20-24:  No School, Spring Break


    Bell Schedule

    8:15 am Start of School for all students

    2:37 pm Dismissal for Grades 1-6 on Mo Tu Th Fr

    1:20 pm Dismissal for TK and K students everyday

    1:20 pm Dismissal for Grades 1-6 on Wednesday

    11:48 am Dismissal for all students on Minimum Day


    About Our School

    About Us

    Hidden Valley Elementary School was built in 1970 and is situated in a beautiful residential neighborhood in northeast Santa Rosa.  It began as a school for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing and still serves the DHH community in our region.

    Hidden Valley serves students from transitional kindergarten through sixth grade with 540 students, 30 classroom teachers and multiple support teachers and staff. We have a very supportive Parent Faculty Organization (PFO) which works hard to provide students, teachers, and families with what they need to thrive.

    Known for our strong academic and wellness programs, we strive to facilitate open communication, trust and an effective working relationship among all stakeholders. Children and adults have an appreciation of, and respect for individual differences and similarities. We all work hard to follow our 5 basic school rules: be safe, be kind, be respectful, be responsible, be a problem solver.  It is our goal at Hidden Valley to foster a sense of community, empowerment, pride, and responsibility, helping to create life-long learners.