Welcome to Theuerkauf Elementary!
At Theuerkauf Elementary School our students thrive and are improving in all areas of schoolwork as well as in Technology and the Arts! Our students work on Accelerated Reader, Lexia Reading, ST Math, Computer Lab, Keyboarding, Chess, Chorus, Art, and so much more! Our campus boasts a wonderful library with computers as well as a separate computer lab. We have a garden on the north side of the campus too! We have a dedicated staff and a great PTA which brings the school’s community together. Become a part of our school and let us share our wealth of education, knowledge and guidance while giving your children an elementary school experience they will always remember. Have questions? Call or stop by the office! We look forward to answering any questions you may have!
Check out the school newsletter, The Cheetah Chatter, for the latest Theuerkauf news!
Emergency Bags are Due - Please click here for the order form.
Before and After School Care at Theuerkauf with the YMCA
The YMCA in Room 25 offers morning childcare from 7:00am to 8:30am as well as afterschool childcare until 6:00pm. For inquiries or tours, contact Adam Tavakol with Theuerkauf Kid’s Place at 650-964-1084 or email@example.com. For direct assistance, visit Room 25, located directly across from the front office.
School Safety - There is no supervision before 8:00 am, therefore, students should not arrive before then. At 7:45am students are to enter the campus through the front gate and go to the multipurpose room to eat breakfast or wait. At 8:15am, students are escorted to the playground. At 8:30am a warning bell will ring. Students and adults are to stop what they are doing and wait for the whistle to be blown. Once the whistle is blown, students may walk to their classroom lines and wait for their teachers.
Dismissal Safety - Teachers will escort students to the front of the school to ensure that children leave with their parent/guardian/siblings. Please wait for your child in front of the school.
Please do not park your cars in the yellow zone and leave your cars unattended.
Connie Sawdey, Principal