Earhart Elementary School 400 Packet Landing Rd, Alameda, CA94502 Earhart Elementary is a one of two neighborhood public schools on Alameda's Bay Farm Island. It opened 31 years ago to…More accommodate new development on Bay Farm, and in 2009-10, with nearly 600 students, Earhart is the largest of Alameda's elementary schools. In 2009-10, this school served students in kindergarten through fifth grade and scored a 10 out of 10 on California's Academic Performance Index and a nine out of 10 on the similar schools API. In 2009-2010, students in all subgroups met their academic performance goals.
Washington Elementary School 825 Taylor Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Washington Elementary is a neighborhood elementary school on Alameda's West End and one of Alameda's smallest public…More elementary schools. In the 2009-2010 school year, it served approximately 350 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Washington is home to a full-size, rubberized basketball court, donated by the Golden State Warriors. A campus beautification and garden project is in full swing. In 2009, Washington scored a five out of of 1o on California's Academic Performance Index and four out of 10 on the similar schools API.
Franklin Elementary School 1433 San Antonio Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Franklin Elementary is a neighborhood public elementary school in the heart of Alameda's Gold Coast neighborhood and…More just across from Franklin Park. One the Alameda Unified School District's smaller elementary schools with around 250 students, Frankin has an active Parent-Teacher Association and a dedicated network of parent volunteers. In 2009, Franklin scored a 9 out of of 1o on California's Academic Performance Index and 8 out of 10 on the API.
Alameda Education Foundation 2250 Central Ave, Alameda, CA94501 The Alameda Education Foundation (AEF) is made up of parents, teachers, business people and concerned members of the…More community. A vital force in the community since 1982, AEF has supported educational programs in Alameda public schools by providing millions of dollars in funds, materials, and volunteer resources to supplement the opportunities available in our schools. Programs supported by AEF include art, music, drama, sports, science, technology and much more for thousands of Alameda school children. The Foundation believes that thriving schools are essential for a desirable community and a promising future.
With the State budget in a constant state of flux, community support is more essential than ever to ensure continuity of quality education in Alameda. When you give to AEF, you are joining an exciting enterprise that cares deeply for all of Alameda’s students. Led by current president Bill Sonneman, the AEF is operated by a volunteer board and gladly accepts donations.