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Our School

Del Paso Manor Elementary School is nestled in the well established Del Paso Manor community in Sacramento. What was once simply a neighborhood school is now one of the most dynamic schools in the district because of the diverse student population. Students who have been identified as gifted and talented attend the onsite Rapid Learner (RL) program. The Rapid Learner program serves students in grades 2-6. The number of students identified as English Language Learners (ELL) has reached 99 students at Del Paso Manor. While every student comes to DPM with different needs, we believe each student deserves the same high-quality education.

Learning is not optional in any Del Paso Manor Elementary School classroom; students are held accountable for their education. Student voice is promoted from kindergarten through 6th grade. Monthly team meetings and weekly collaboration have focused on professional learning related to our site's strategic plan and implementation of our three tactics and school objectives. DPM is leading the way in creating a 21st century learning environment.  One of our goals is for students to leave DPM well equipped with the necessary skills to be successful in a radically changing society.

Del Paso Manor has strong partnerships with the community. Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District maintains the public park which shares boundaries with the school playground. The Del Paso Manor Home Owners Association is very supportive of our school and has partnered with Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District.  

The PTA supports and organizes a fall harvest festival, Red Ribbon Week, author day, book fairs, Read-a-Thon, assemblies, and many more student-centered school activities. The RLBC committee specifically supports the Rapid Learner Program. Parent/guardian donations support related field trips, differentiated curriculum and technology.

DPM has two language specialists and multiple bilingual instructional assistant facilitate English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) meetings and continue to promote the importance of parent involvement of English Language Learner's families. 
The School Site Council (SSC), a balanced committee comprised of individuals from all school programs, meets monthly to discuss the implementation of our site's strategic plan, school related topics, events and approve school expenditures.  

DPM students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of after-school programs such as choir, beginning, intermediate and advanced band, KidzArt, and Mad Science. There are many fun ways for students to be involved at DPM!