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Grunsky Elementary

Lottie Grunsky Elementary

1550 N School Ave 95205



Michael Sousa, Principal

Tim Gaea, Teacher On Special Assignment 


Kindergarten Roundup:



 Join the SUSD Kindergarten Roundup!


Stockton Unified elementary schools will be enrolling kindergarten students for the 2014-15 school year from March 3 to March 14.  Parents should bring identification, proof of address, the child’s birth certificate and immunization record, a copy of the child’s oral health exam, dated since Aug.1, 2013, and a copy of the child’s latest medical exam, dated Feb. 1, 2014 or later. Remember, the schools fill and enrollment priority will be on a first-come basis.
For more information call your school or Educational Services at 933-7040, extension 6410. Start your child’s education out right! Don’t miss enrollment!


The Grunsky Mission Statement:

Lottie Grunsky School supports theDistrict Mission statement that our school is an advocate for children and public education.

Our staff is committed to providing a sound academically oriented program for children.  It is our responsibility to develop each child to his/her fullest potential and provide the basic tools necessary for becoming a productive responsible citizen.  We believe that discipline and respect are essential to a positive school environment.  We support the following statements of purpose:

  • To teach and practice good citizenship.
  • To accept each child as an individual.
  • To provide an environment where respect is always given.
  • To create programs that promote maximum academic and social growth

Grunsky School's Vision

Grunsky School is...

a learning organization dedicated to academic achievement, service to our community, and the holistic well being of our students.

We believe...

that education is the shared responsibility of students, the school, parents, and the community.  It is necessary for these groups to cooperate in developing each student's abilities.  To the best of our collective abilities we must identify student academic, emotional and psychological needs and we must provide a curriculum and resources to meet those needs.

We, the Grunsky staff dedicate ourselves to this task.


School-Based Therapy Services

The criteria of Valley Community Counseling to provide a school-based therapist on campus requires the site to have a ratio, of 2 to 1 meaning that if a therapist is on campus 4 hours, a caseload of 8 students are needed.

If a site is unable to maintain the above caseload it will be reassessed for the appropriateness of a therapist on that site. If a site has a consistent list of qualified students, an increase in sevices can be provided based on staff availability.

The therapists assess the students and when needed, provide long-term and intense therapy either individually, family, and/or groups.

The therapists all have recieved their Master's Degree and are licensed or registered intern earning hours towar their respective license of Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. All interns recieve weekly clinical supervision.Under our blended funding system, therapists can provide services to students on the school campus " bring the clinic to the school ", with parent permission, under the following funding sources:


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Today: 4/23/14

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