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About Us

Battles Elementary School welcomes parents and community to the website. On this site you
will find valuable information about our academic achievement, professional staff, 
curricular programs, instructional materials, safety procedures, classroom environment,
and the condition of facilities in the Student Accountability Report Card (SARC).

Battles Elementary School provides a warm, stimulating environment where students are
actively involved in learning academics as well as positive values. Students receive a
standards-based, challenging curriculum by a dedicated professional staff based on the
individual needs of the students. Ongoing evaluation of student progress and achievement helps
our educators refine the instructional program so students can achieve academic proficiency.
Intervention programs for struggling students are in place and progress is monitored at regular

Battles School staff members have made a commitment to provide the best educational
program possible for Battles Elementary School's students, and welcome any suggestions or
questions you may have. Together, through hard work, Battles students will be challenged to
reach their maximum potential.

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to ensure that all students learn by creating a community that focuses on student
learning, by working collaboratively, and holding ourselves accountable for results.

School Profile:
Battles Elementary School is located in Santa Maria and serves students in grades transitional kindergarten
through six following a traditional calendar. At the beginning of the 2021-22 school year, 690 students were enrolled, including 12.9% in special education, 75.9% qualifying for English Language Learner support, and 91.9% qualifying for free or reduced price lunch.


James Barnett

Carolyn Molina
Assistant Principal

Veronica Chavez
Office Manager

Wendy Marin
Office Clerk

Guadalupe Lopez
Community Liaison

Luz Elena Cortez
Project Office

Kelley Haines

Jasmine Hernandez
Health Assistant

Debbie Domingcil

Karen Jordan
Computer Lab