Silver Strand Elementary operates under the Coronado Unified School District. It is located down the Silver Strand,…More about three miles south of Coronado Village. The school serves nearly 350 students in grades pre-K – 5, the majority of which come from military-based families.
The district also offers a state preschool program at this location. It serves about 45 students, and acceptance is based on family size and income.
Coronado Schools Foundation 201 6th St, Coronado, CA92118 Coronado Schools Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps raise funds for the Coronado Unified School…More District for times when government funding is inadequate. These funds go toward materials, equipment, salaries and programs for a higher quality of education and to maintain arts, music and culinary programs, as well as multimedia resources, and science, math and engineering programs. Donations are accepted throughout the year, and the foundation hosts an annual telethon, an auction and other events, as well. An annual Site Strategic Planning Meeting with students, teachers, parents and administrators is held to discuss how the funds should be used. An annual report, a calendar of upcoming fundraising events, and donation and partnership information is available on the website.
Operating under the umbrella of the Coronado Unified School District (CUSD), this facility offers before- and…More after-school child care options to children in grades K-6 within the district. Described as an after-school enrichment program, the center offers a variety of age-appropriate activities such as outdoor sports, music and study time. There is no formal academic curriculum, but assistance with homework is available. Staff members are experienced child care professionals.
While the center itself is located on 6th Street, the location of care may be on-site at the child's elementary school. Parents who have multiple children in school with different release times may want to check out the sibling program, which offers supervision while children wait for a ride home. To enroll a student, parents will complete and submit registration materials including an emergency information form and consent for medical treatment. Payment schedules are listed on the website, and online payment options are available by electronic check or credit card.
Early Childhood Development Center 199 6th St, Coronado, CA92118 This state-funded public preschool and kindergarten is part of the Coronado Unified School District. Accepting preschool…More students aged 3 to 4 years old and kindergarten students based on age and readiness, the facility works in cooperation with the San Diego County Centralized Eligibility List (CEL) to offer subsidized child care to those families who qualify for funding. Preschool enrollment priority is given to children of families who meet these eligibility criteria. The grounds are safe and enclosed and have a playground as well as classroom facilities. Programs and activities are scheduled Monday through Friday, with times varying for the different age groups. For more information, parents may call or visit in person during office hours.