School Accountability Report Cards

What is an Accountability Report Card?

In November of 1988, California voters passed Proposition 98, the School Funding Initiative. One of the components of this proposition is the requirement that school districts annually prepare and distribute School Accountability Reports for each school.

The main objective of the School Accountability Report Card is to inform the members of the community about the educational and environmental conditions of the school and the progress being made at each local site.

The School Accountability Report Cards are in .pdf form and can be viewed online using Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download a free copy of Acrobat Read and also get more information about how to use it by clicking on icon at the bottom of this page.

Click on any of the links below to view the reports.

School Sites
Carleton P. Lightfoot Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Grapeland Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Caryn Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Heritage Intermediate School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014(2013/2014 Spanish)
Cecilia L. Solorio Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
John L. Golden Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Day Creek Intermediate School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Perdew Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
David W. Long Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Summit Intermediate School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
East Heritage Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Terra Vista Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Etiwanda Colony Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
West Heritage Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Etiwanda Intermediate School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Windrows Elementary School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014
Community Day School
2015/2016
2014/2015
2013/2014