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Knightsen Elementary School District

Knightsen ESD

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    If you are interested in applying for our job opportunities, please go to www.edjoin.org

    • We are currently looking for Substitute Teachers.  Contact Diane Bodon for more information dbodon@knightsen.k12.ca.us or at 925-626-3310
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    Independent Study

    If you wish to inquire about independent study for your student, please contact the Superintendent's office (925) 626-3301 or via email at hyurkovich@knightsen.k12.ca.us by Tuesday, July 27, 2021. 

    Please note that we can not guarantee that students who participate in independent study will be placed in their home school upon their return to in person instruction. 

    Admin Staff
    KESD Administration
    • Veronica Polk, Principal at Old River Elementary
    • Harvey Yurkovich, Superintendent
    • Frank Beede, Principal at Knightsen Elementary

    TK/Kindergarten Enrollment Packets for 2021-2022 available now at Knightsen and Old River Elementary.

    Information Regarding Interdistrict Transfers can be found on the Registration page or email  Diane Bodon at dbodon@knightsen.k12.ca.us 

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    Board Meeting Agenda

    Please submit public comments to: dbodon@knightsen.k12.ca.us. 

    Public Comments will be accepted up to an hour before the Board meeting.

    For questions regarding the Board meetings, please contact  Diane Bodon at 925-626-3310.

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    Knightsen District Vision & Mission

    To develop respectful, responsible, creative, lifelong learners Knightsen Elementary School District will:
    • Deliver an academically challenging and technology-infused curriculum including the arts.
    • Provide a stimulating, safe and supportive learning environment.
    • Attract, retain, develop and evaluate a highly qualified and caring staff.
    • Encourage each child to reach his or her personal best.
    • Build integrity, character and civic responsibility in our students.
    • Engage families in the daily life of the school.
    • Instill school pride and honor tradition.
    • Connect students to the unique agricultural heritage of our community.
    • Respect the diversity of students.
    • Transition students to the next educational level.
    • Prepare students for diverse careers within a global economy.
    • Guide students to understand and use technology responsibly.