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Four Creeks Elementary School 
1844 North Burke Street
Visalia, CA 93292
(559) 622-3115


Adriana Chavez

Our School

Four Creeks Elementary School serves approximately 750 students in grades Pre-K-6.  Our teachers and staff are dedicated to ensuring the academic success of every student and providing a safe and productive learning experience. Our school holds high expectations for the academic and social development of all students. Curriculum planning, staff development, and assessment activities are focused on assisting students in mastering the common core state standards, as well as increasing the overall student achievement of all subgroups.

Our Mission Statement

All students at Four Creeks will receive rigorous standards-based instruction through researched based practices  and curriculum in preparation for college and career. We will guide students to become contributing self-sufficient individuals by holding the highest expectations in academics and citizenship. We will partner with our students and their families to share the responsibility of preparing children for their future by demonstrating positive attitude, academic focus, wise choices, and showing respect.

Opportunities for Parental Involvement

Parent involvement and communication are essential to our school success. Four Creeks Elementary School continually strives to involve parents by sharing information that helps parents understand and support school programs and by providing opportunities for parent participation in school activities.

There are numerous and varied opportunities for parent involvement, including but not limited to, attending school functions, participating in parent-teacher conferences, volunteering in classrooms, and chaperoning field trips. Parents may also serve on advisory committees and leadership teams, including, but not limited to, the English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC), School Safety Committee, Four Creeks School Site Council (FCSSC) and Four Creeks P.T.A.  Additional opportunities for parental involvement also exist at the district level.

Parents who would like more information on how to become involved may contact Principal Adriana  Chavez at (559) 622-3115.