About the School
Welcome to Theodore Judah Elementary
THE BEAR ESSENTIALS NEWSLETTER
LCFF.LCAP Information Overview (pdf) (as referenced in the newsletter)
2014 Summer Enrichment Programs for GATE and High Ability Learners as reviewed by the GATE office. (pdf) (This is a list of programs parents may be interested in signing up their children for during the summer.)
January 10, 8:00-1:00 pm
Annual Visitation Day
Oct 25, 2013 (All day)
Oct 19, 2013 (Sat)
Blackbeard the Pirate - Missoula Theater
Oct 18, 2013 (Fri)
Blackbeard the Pirate - Missoula Theater Performances
Oct 14, 2013 (Mon)
Blackbeard the Pirate Auditions
Oct 9, 2013 (All day)
Walk to School Day
Our mission at Theodore Judah Elementary School is to promote confidence and responsibility in our students through an enriched and engaging approach to teaching the core curriculum. The staff works together with our community partners to create an environment where people feel valued and safe so that each student can develop the skills to access core curriculum and to meet grade level standards. Our emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking, and strong communications skills and appreciation for diversity provides all of our students an avenue for success in the 21st century....
The Theodore Judah family includes staff, students, parents, community and alumni, all of whom are proud of their traditions and commitment to educational excellence. Theodore Judah School was a Public Works Association project under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and, as such, the school has a place on the United States Register of Historical Buildings. Its staff and supporters are proud of its 70+ years record of quality educational programs for boys and girls.
A strong community-school-parent partnership supports the ethnically-rich population providing students with a varied and multicultural direction to working with others. An important component of the school’s success is a strong emphasis on literacy accros the disciplines. Many activities throughout the year support the teachers’ efforts to create literacy in every student.
Our special day students and our gifted and talented students integrate into other classrooms whenever it is appropriate, allowing each of us to appreciate the importance working together and of differences. It increases the creative levels students reach and the life skills they develop as they resolve the daily issues that challenge us.
To enroll at Theodore Judah, please visit the SCUSD Enrollment center, located at 5601 47th Ave, 95824 (next to the Serna Center), or call their office at 643-2400 for further information. You can also visit their website at:
Please Note: If you wish to enroll for our Early Kinder Program, please come directly to our school office to register.
Visitation Day is January 10th from 8:30am to 1pm.