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Lasselle Elementary School
26446 Krameria Ave., Moreno Valley, CA 92555
Phone: 951-490-0350
FAX: 951-490-0355
  • Mark your calendars for our AASC and AAAC events this year! #showyourspots
  • Miss. Panganiban’s class raps for fluency practice! High engagement! #showyourspots
  • Protect your tech 🖤.
  • We love our whole brain teaching strategies and this drawing of @lazyteacherpodcast ! Our teachers at Lasselle are so strong 💪! #showyourspots
  • Sergeant Stowell came by to say hi today! He will be at our BTSN to introduce himself! Come have some Kona Ice with the Sergeant at 5 PM on 8/28! See you on the blacktop! #showyourspots
  • Our amazing IC @inspiregrowimpact and incredible lead Mrs. Hergh training our staff on Acadience! #vvreadby3
  • Attendance matters at Lasselle! Thank you for getting your children to school to learn! #showyourspots
  • Thank you Mr. Liddell for walking classrooms, checking out the new furniture, and collaborating with us this morning. #showyourspots
  • Please join us after our BTSN for this event in our MPR.
  • Great things are happening at Lasselle! Thanks @vvusdteenvision for hooking us up today! #showyourspots
Make Every Day Count
Missing School = Missing Out

Click below to clear your child’s absence

1. All student(s) must attend school each and every day and be on time.
2. If they are NOT in school; they are NOT learning!!
3. Please bring a doctor’s note and/or absent note when the student (s) returns to school.
4. It is important to keep your Emergency Form updated. If addresses, contacts, telephone numbers, cell numbers or email have changed please come into the school office as soon as possible.
5. When student(s) are absent they are missing valuable instructional time!
6. Parent(s) and student(s) must give education top priority each and every day; from Kindergarten through 12th grade, college and into their professional life.
7. Please email Sarah Overturf at Or you may leave a message 951-490-0350 Ext. 53104.

Lasselle Elementary believes in teaching students to be good digital citizens and providing support to our families and communities as we prepare our students to be college and career ready in the 21st century. Please check out our school wide digital citizenship curriculum and the many resources available to you at Common Sense Media.