• "School Pledge"
    This day has been given
    to me fresh and new. 
    I can learn from it
    or throw it away. 
    I will choose
    to do my best
    in thoughts, words
    and actions. 
    Today I will be a
    I will stop,
    think and
    act responsibly!
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    5/15 - Math Olympiad Luncheon
    5/16 - Fourth Grade Sacramento Trip
    5/16 - LCAP Town Hall Meeting at District Office
    5/17 - Staff Planning Day (No School for Students)
    5/18 - Mardi Gras
    5/20 - CDC End-of-the-Year Celebration
    5/21 - Fifth Grade Awards
    5/22 - Kindergarten Patriotic Performance
    5/23 - BRAVO Assembly (9:30 AM - 10:30 AM)
    5/23 - PTA General meeting
    5/23 - Citizenship Awards (TK-4)
    5/24 - Volunteer Tea
    5/24 - Flag Ceremony w/ Reading Incentive
    5/28 - Special Flag Ceremony w/ LAHS Graduates
    5/28 - Teacher of the Day
    5/31 - Weaver's Got Talent
    5/31 - Weaver's Summer Jam
    6/4 - Fifth Grade Promotion
    6/6 - Field Day

Principal's Welcome


     Stay tuned for an updated message from our new principal, Dr. Todd Schmidt


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Our School

    Weaver Elementary 
    Igniting Unlimited Possibilities for All Students!
    Academic Performance Index (API) 993
           Blue Ribbon       Calif Dist
    Weaver’s word-of-mouth reputation has made it highly sought after as a public school of choice. Tucked in the suburban neighborhood of Rossmoor, Weaver is surrounded by single-family homes, tree-lined streets, and nearby parks. As a member of the Los Alamitos Unified School District, Weaver originally closed in 1983 due to declining enrollment, but then reopened in 1996 with a new twist.  Weaver is the only school that is year-round, providing continuous learning through a modified calendar, August through June. Weaver has no attendance boundaries; therefore every family has chosen this school for their children. In our first year, 115 students enrolled. Today, there are 27 regular education classes with 720 students. Also unique to Weaver was the original assignment of staff. Teachers with similar philosophies interested in new professional experiences, leadership opportunities, and collaborative team planning joined together to formulate the initial vision. Classified, certificated staff and parents all worked together to define Weaver’s direction. Learn More >