Mariposa Elementary School

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Daily Schedule

  • Daily Schedule


    Regular Day Schedule

    All day Kindergarten and 1st through 5th

    8AM to 2:05PM

    Early Bird TK and Kinder  

    8AM to 12:08PM

    Later Gator TK and Kinder


    We are located at 30800 Palo Alto Drive

    Redlands, CA 92373

    Office Phone Number 909-794-8620

    Office FAX Number 909 794-8624

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      MAY 22ND-JUNE 2ND, 2023  

      Join us as we read this wonderful book of kindness, acceptance and adventure. 

    • Every student will receive their own copy of this timeless classic,

      and every day we will read a new chapter!  Join us!



      Anytime during the two weeks:

      • Log into Mrs. Liess’ GOOGLE classroom and enrich the experience

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      Monday, May 22nd:   8:30AM Kick off Assembly-on the Blacktop. 

                                          Mrs. Gill will read Chapter 1


      Tuesday, May 23rd:   Classes to read chapters 2 & 3 together

                                          4th to Knott’s (read independently)


      Wednesday, May 24th:          Classes to read chapters 4 & 5 together

                                          2nd to Stuart Little Play- read independently


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      Thursday, May 25th: Classes to read chapter 6


      Friday, May 26th:      Classes to read chapters 7 & 8


      Monday, May 29th:   Holiday


      Tuesday, May 30th:   Classes to read chapters 9 & 10


      Wednesday, May 31st:          Classes to read chapters 11 & 12

                                          PTA sponsored assembly

      “Stories that Sing”

                                                      8AM: 2nd and 3rd

                                                      9AM: 4th and 5th

                                                      10:30AM: TK/K and 1st


      Thursday, June 1st:   Classes read chapter 13


      Friday, June 2nd:       Classes read chapters 14 & 15



      Transitional Kindergarten Enrollment Is Open!












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      School Parent Student Compact


      Mariposa Three B's







      Mariposa Loves Our Volunteers!

      Volunteer applications are now available online through the Raptor system.       

      Volunteers are screened and have the option to upload current TB clearance or drop off the TB clearance in the office. 

      This volunteer application streamlines the process by eliminating the paper application.


      Become a volunteer today!

      Online Application Link:


      Volunteer Applicatio

    You will need

    · Proof of negative TB no older than 60 days from day you ask to be approved

    · or "a TB Risk Assessment" form that is filled out by a Registered Nurse at their Primary Care Physician's office no older than 60 days from day you ask to be approved


    TB Risk assessment form


    · valid photo ID


    ALL volunteers must be RUSD Board approved every year.



    Past grant recipient from the San Manuel Mission Band of Indians


    Past California School Boards Golden Bell Award recipient for our School Gardens


    “A” Grade and ranking of #2 for Best Public Schools in San Bernardino County and Best Public Elementary School Teachers in San Bernardino County ( 2017)


    School Vision and Mission

    Mariposa Elementary School's staff, with excellent support and involvement of our parents and community, is committed to emphasizing academic and social achievement at the highest levels of excellence and to meeting the unique needs of all students with standards-based academics along with visual and    performing-arts oriented programs.


    Though it is a rigorous academic environment, there is a profound sense of student happiness on the campus.  The children are animated in their play, and engaged in their lessons. Mariposa is an educational environment supported by caring adults and a belief system that supports both the academic growth and the emotional needs of all children. Students are guided by our long tradition of the Five Keys to Success; responsibility, organization, flexible thinking, pride, and contribution. These essential elements of knowledge and character provide a basis for sound educational practices and also serve as character education. The collective result is a responsible and capable student body, preparing for a global society.  Branching out, the Visual and Performing Arts (music, art and movement) are integrated into the daily curriculum. The day begins with music from the Composer of the Month over the outdoor speakers. Students perform in weekly Flag Ceremony assemblies, the school chorus, band, and classroom plays. Hands-on experience and discovery can be seen in our gardens.  We work on physical strength through our twice weekly Running Club.  Mariposa is a safe nurturing environment where all students can find variety of opportunities for learning, building confidence, and developing responsibility.