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District Management

Superintendent: 
Lisa Cesario 
650-854-2880
lcesario@llesd.org

 

Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent :
Monica Salas

650-854-2880
msalas@llesd.org

 

Chief Business Officer: 
Steve Fuentes

650-854-6311 x14
sfuentes@llesd.org

 

Director of Bond Projects:
Eric Holm
650-854-6311 x42
eholm@llesd.org

 

Director of Student Services:
Robin Spindler
650-854-1215
rspindler@llesd.org

 

Director of Curriculum & Instruction:
Shannon Potts
650-854-6311 x17
spotts@llesd.org


Administrative Assistant to Student Services & Curriculum and Instruction
Sherry Jones

650-854-6311
sjones@llesd.org

 

Director of Technology:
Suzanne Mitchell

650-854-3962
smitchell@llesd.org

 

Human Resource Technician:
Cindy Hellmann

650-854-6311 x31
chellmann@llesd.org

 

Supervisor of Maintenance & Operations:
Joyce Massaro

650-854-6311
jmassaro@llesd.org

 

About Our District

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LLESD Strategic Plan 2012-2022


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Las Lomitas SARC - English
Las Lomitas SARC - Spanish

 

La Entrada SARC - English
La Entrada SARC - English


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2015-16 LEAP- Goal #2

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The Story of Las Lomitas School District:  Centennial Memories book published in 2004
 


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History of the Las Lomitas School District

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Let’s begin this story of a hundred years by taking a look at life around the turn of the last century—the time when the Las Lomitas School District started with one teacher, fourteen students, and a ...more

Welcome to the Las Lomitas Elementary School District

The Las Lomitas Elementary School District (LLESD) is comprised of two award-winning schools in Menlo Park and Atherton, California.  Thriving in the community surrounded by Stanford University and many of Silicon Valley’s world-renowned corporations, entrepreneurs, and scientists, Las Lomitas Elementary (K-3rd grade) and La Entrada Middle (4th-8th grades) consistently rank among the top in the state. However, the excellence in our district is never taken for granted. LLESD continually strives to raise the bar, providing students with increased educational opportunities.

The mission of the Las Lomitas Elementary School District is “dedicated to providing an exemplary comprehensive and continually improving educational program that meets the cognitive and social-emotional needs of each student and that reflects the changing needs of our highly global and technological society.” In partnership with dedicated teachers and staff, an engaged School Board, involved parents, and a community that values and actively supports education, students are guided to become thinking, caring, and contributing citizens in our ever-changing global society.

Our world-class reputation has resulted in the need to accommodate unprecedented growth, In November, 2013, the community passed a school bond and planning has commenced to build permanent faciliities to house students and staff.  In a district that is already embracing technology, new 21st century classrooms will enhance the learning and engagement of students.  Teachers are provided with opportunities to teach using cutting-edge resources and methodologies.

LLESD lives its mission for students every day by providing support, enabling academic rigor and fostering interpersonal relationships.

Tinsley Voluntary Transfer Program

The Tinsley Voluntary Transfer Program’s goal is to further equal education opportunities for all students in the school districts involved.

Two types of Tinsley Transfers are allowed:

1) Students ...more

del Programa Tinsley traslado voluntario

El objetivo del Programa Tinsley traslado voluntario es promover la igualdad de oportunidades para todos los estudiantes en los distritos escolares participantes.

Hay dos tipos de transferencias ...more