School Hours

TK & Kindergarten

AM Classes:

Monday – Friday: 8:00 am -11:20 am

PM Classes:

Monday – Friday: 11:00 am – 2:20 pm

 

1st – 6th Grades:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday:  7:55am – 2:20pm

Wednesday (early release day): 7:55am – 1:30pm

 

Office Hours/Staff
Monday – Friday – 7:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Wilbert Villalta – Principal
Molly Sangalang – Vice Principal
Renee Askins – ASES & Academic Coordinator
Maria Gonzalez – School Secretary
Vicki Geddes – Office Assistant

Directions to School

From Hwy. 99
Take Florin Road East
Right on Kara Drive
The school is located on the right.

Parent/Student Handbook

2021-2022 District Handbook

Attendance

One of the most important elements of successful learning is regular, on-time attendance at school. If an absence is necessary, either a note or a phone call (916-383-0530) to the school office is required to clear the absence. Absence notes should have child’s name, date(s) and reason for absence, and parent signature.

Breakfast/Lunch Program

EGUSD Food and Nutrition Services Meal Information
EGUSD Breakfast and Lunch Menus

School Accountability Report Cards

Summary Report
Full-Length Report
Spanish Summary Report
Spanish Full-Length Report

School History

The first Florin School of 1887 was located on McComber Lane just east of the railroad tracks. It was a one-room structure just as were all the little schools of the area. The present building that dates to 1956 is the fourth site of Florin School. The second school still stands on Florin Road and is used by Elk Grove’s Adult Education program. In 1914, this school had the distinction of being one of only four segregated schools in California. A new brick building was built west of town – the Caucasian children went to the new school, and the Japanese children attended the old school. The two schools were referred to as the East School and the West School, and they stayed segregated until 1939. The West school was destroyed by vandals in the 1970s, but the East School lives on. The name of Florin comes from the railroad stop town designated as such by Judge E. B. Crocker who was impressed with the multitude of wild flowers in the area – thus the Spanish Flor for flower.