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Rancho Cordova Elementary School

Rancho Cordova, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 442


Rancho Cordova Elementary School
2562 Chassella Way
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 294-9165
Rancho Cordova Elementary School is located in Rancho Cordova, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
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Two or more races

Reviews7 Reviews

This is a beautiful little school in the heart of Rancho Cordova. We have had an absolutely great experience here with the staff and new principal, Mr. Mahoney. The teachers are top notch and the principal runs a tight ship. The school is well maintained and welcoming. The families are close knit and parents help out in the classrooms every week. We love it here.
My granddaughter will not attend R.C. Elementary next year. Lockdowns with no notification to parents, bullying reported and nothing done, a teacher who has no control over her classroom and says she should have retired the year before are just a few reasons to transfer a child out of this school. My granddaughter has gone from a 5 yr old who loved school and is a potential best friend to everyone to become a little girl that complains of headaches and stomach aches at the thought of attending school. Both of my daughters attended this school and I feel sad that it is no longer the school it once was.
Unsatisfactory Principal! Mr. Frankel was a really bad choice for being the Principal there! As others are saying, around my time, when Principal Ms. Kutsara (if that is how you spell her name) was a really great principal. These days kids are getting out of hand and making wrong decisions. The schools quality went down ever since Mr. Frankel started working there. He doesn't encourage freedom to express yourself and always presses on about safety rules that no one listens to. He should, the staff should, and the teachers should atleast try working alot harder to let childeren understand their position towards elders and their education even if they have to discourage them. Discipline and minor punishment need to be inforced to create a better school. Teachers have also degraded! Staff members are not being chosen wisely. Food there needs to be delicious yet healthy. They need to understand that. Changing the uniform styles will atleast give students a sence of dignity. The principal is taking away their pride, freedom, fun, and important education!!! Staff and Principal MUST be changed and chosen wisely!!!!! -I'm a student from the past (I graduated and am now in Highschool)
Wonderful Principal! The teachers have been very helpful and worked with my child on an individual basis. My children have attended since 2007
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