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Multipurpose Room Ribbon Cutting & Dedication Event 4/1/19

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Welcome to Olinda Elementary

Olinda Elementary School is a National Blue Ribbon and a California Distinguished School with a heritage that goes back to 1898. In partnership with our supportive parents and community, we provide our students with academic programs that have a proven track record of high achievement. Additionally, our staff provides physical education and visual and performing arts instruction to support the development of the whole child. Located in the City of Brea, our school serves students preschool-age through sixth grade. 

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BOUSD Tech Camp - November 15, 2019 (For students grades 1-6) Featured Photo

BOUSD Tech Camp - November 15, 2019 (For students grades 1-6)

Save the date! Are you looking for a fun and educational opportunity for your child/children on Friday, November 15 (a teacher prep day and no school day for elementary students). Look no further! We are excited to offer yet another special Tech Camp for students grades 1 - 6 on Friday, November 15 from 8 - 11:45 a.m. at Laurel Elementary Magnet School of Innovation & Career Exploration.
Join us for a special Screening of the documentary Angst Featured Photo

Join us for a special Screening of the documentary Angst

Please join us on Tuesday, October 22nd from 6-7:30 PM in the Multipurpose Room at Olinda Elementary School for a special screening of the documentary Angst: Raising Awareness around Anxiety. Angst is a new documentary that explores anxiety, its causes and effects, and what we can do about it. Admission is free and this film is recommended for adults and children ages 10 and up.
Olinda Elementary Students Featured on KTLA 5 Featured Photo

Olinda Elementary Students Featured on KTLA 5

Five 5th grade students at Olinda Elementary School recently put their heads together to come up with a one-of-a-kind invention that could help their friend Justin, a student with disabilities, who is non-verbal. Using the design process, they came up with a problem, performed research, and put forth a solution that they call - the "Vest Buddy." The "Vest Buddy" is wearable augmented alternative communication vest that will allow students (like their friend Justin) who have trouble speaking to be included when playing sports or on the playground. As far as we know, this vest is a first of it's kind.

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