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Saticoy differentiates the instructional needs of gifted/talented students per current legislation (AB2313).

The instructional program for gifted students are planned and organized as an integrated, differentiated learning experience throughout the regular school day, and "may be augmented and supplemented with other differentiated activities related to the core curriculum."

  • Teachers of gifted/talented students “differentiate” the core curriculum through various means, including:
    • flexible groupings,
    • acceleration of content,
    • independent study, tiered assignments,
    • interest centers, learning centers,
    • compacting in student’s area of strength, mentorships, adjusting questions, and use of above-grade-level resources. 

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Contact: Ms. Rosales, Categorical Program Adviser/TSP EL Designee


Mrs. Vardoumian’s philosophy is that every child is very unique and every child can be successful. She strongly believes in a team work where every team member contributes and shares her/his knowledge, experience, and best practices to ensure that all team members are successful. She holds high expectations for teachers and students. Mrs. Vardoumian also firmly believes that parent involvement is a key component to the overall student achievement.

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Saticoy's MIssion and Vision

School Mission


Saticoy Elementary will provide all students with a comprehensive and meaningful education, which is guided by the Common Core State Standards. We will foster responsible accountable behavior and character building by holding high expectations for teachers, administrators, students, parents, and the community. We will promote college and career readiness for each individual student to succeed within the bounds of their abilities and chosen educational goals. We will communicate high expectations and the belief that all students are capable of success in order to build trust and self esteem.

School Vision


Saticoy Elementary School will provide a safe and engaging environment to prepare students to be dynamic problem solvers and life long learners who will be productive responsible citizens in a technologically changing society. 

Saticoy's Profile

Saticoy Elementary is a school-wide Title I, traditional calendar school with 609 students in grades Pre K-5. Our ethnic population consists of 46% Latino, 44% White (non-Latino), 4% Asian, 3% Filipino, 2% Pacific Islander, 1%a African American and 1% American Indian. 44%, the majority of our students classified as English Learners and is in a Structured Immersion Program. 15% of our students are qualified for Special Education Services and are s Services and are serviced according to their IEPs. Median income level of the Saticoy Community is $42,791. 18.5% of residents 25 and older have a four-year degree.

24.6 % of residents own houses. 75.4% of residents rent apartments.

Population by race

African American



Asian or PI
















Population by gender







Household Income Level




$30,000 to $ 74, 999



Less than $30,000



$75,000 to $149,999



Safety Comes First

Visitor Policies and Procedures


Saticoy Elementary School is committed to
providing a safe and secure learning
environment for its students, The enhanced
involvement and assistance of parents,
community members, and organization representatives in school programs and activities is greatly valued and appreciated by the staff and students of Saticoy Elementary School. All school campus visitors must be informed and must adhere to the laws and school policies of visitors to school campuses, as stated in the California Education Code (Education Code j 44810 (a); j 44811 (a); j 5110, (a): (1), (2), (12) and Board Rules (1265, 2002).

School Security

In an effort to maintain school security we are asking all adults, including parents, to enter the school through the school office. It is imperative for the safety of our children and school grounds that we monitor who is on our campus at all times. All other school gates will be closed.

AII Campus Visitors Must:

  • Request an appointment for a visitation
    date and time from the office. Limit visit to 20 minutes
  • Complete and sign the visitor's permit/sign-in Iog and obtain the principal/designee's approval before proceeding to the classroom.
  •  Determine the classroom activity you are observing and keep the classroom
    observation time.
  • Enter and leave the classroom as quietly as possible.
  • Not converse with the students, teacher,
    and/or instructional aides during the
  • Not interfere with any school activity during
    the visitation.
  • Children may not visit classroom(s)
  • Return the visitor's permit to the school
    office before leaving the campus.

Dismissal Gates

In order to provide more security and limit access of adults other than parents to our campus, we are asking parents/guardians to wait for students outside of the blue gate. Our teachers will walk students to the assigned gates and dismiss them from there. If students are staying in intervention, they will be directed to go to their intervention classroom. In the event parents are late picking up students, they need to locate them on the playground. Students will not be allowed to wait in front of the school. Please remember that safety of our children is a priority.

Traffic/Pedestrian Safety

We are always concerned about the safety of your children and request your cooperation on the following practices at Saticoy School:

  • Please DO NOT DOUBLE PARK OR CROSS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET. Please teach your child to cross at the crosswalk for his/her safety.
  • Pupils and Parents are prohibited from using the staff parking lot as an entrance or exit from school. Parents may not enter the parking lot to pick up or drop off students.

Safety Valet

Saticoy’s Safety Valet is set up at 7:35 a.m.  Entrance gate will be closed by 8:10 a.m. “Safety Valet Program improves the safety of students who are dropped off for school by providing a more fluid movement of vehicular traffic. The program is designed so parents will not have to park or exit their vehicle when dropping off their children in the morning for school.” Ref-5496.1 

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