No School on Friday, Feb. 11th in observance of Lincoln's birthday.
Mr. Bellamy and our spelling bee champion: Celine Nguyen and runner-up Khang Tran-Ho.
No school on Monday, Jan. 17th in observance of MLK Jr.'s birthday.
Morningside Student Council hosted a food drive to help those in need this Thanksgiving. They will be donating the food to Thomas House Family Shelter right here in Garden Grove!
Congratulations to our new Student Council officers! President: Zeus Infante Diaz, Vice President: Yvonne Ngo, Secretary: Isabella Phan, Treasurer: Madilynne (Mimi) Sou
Congratulations to our fifth and sixth-grade students recognized by Garden Grove Unified School District Visual Arts Department in the GGUSD First Impressions Art Show for their artistic skills. Some art pieces were also selected by OC Arts 4 All fo…
To all our parents, staff and students:
Welcome to Morningside Elementary School. We are excited for the 2020-2021 school year! Our highly-skilled teachers and staff are committed to equipping all students with the academic and personal skills for lifelong success. We work hard to offer an exceptional education for our dedicated scholars. We're grateful to have the support of active and engaged parents. We encourage all parents to visit our campus and join our PTA to help bring additional programs, field trips, and resources to our students.
Please feel free to stop by my office to say hello.
Morningside Elementary School is committed to helping all students succeed. We are proud to offer:
- Small class sizes with supportive teachers who help students reach high academic standards
- Innovative use of technology as part of daily instruction
- After school intervention and enrichment opportunities, at no cost to families
- A Mustang Meadow garden to provide students with hands-on learning about the environment and agriculture
- Strong parent involvement through PTO and parent education meetings
- Exciting instrumental and choir programs to bring out the inner musician in students
- Annual field trips bring learning to life for Morningside students