Principal: Pam Perkins
Grades: K - 5
Salvador School was built in 1868 on Big Ranch Road and was named after Salvador Vallejo, a county rancher. Salvador is one of the oldest schools in Napa and was originally a one-room facility with 8-9 students, lit by kerosene lamp and heated with a wood stove. It burned down and was replaced on the same site in 1893. The second Salvador School is today a lovely restored home. In 1922 Salvador, Jefferson and Oak Knoll Schools consolidated and third Salvador was built on the present site off of Highway 29 and Salvador Avenue.
Salvador Elementary commits to the artistic process, creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking as the model for learning across disciplines while inspiring our diverse community with a passion for curiosity.
Salvador uses a positive behavior support model utilizing the following rules on campus to support positive choices and good citizenship: Be safe, Be respectful, Be responsible, Be your BEST.
Salvador is an Artful Learning School. Artful Learning allows students to use the Arts as windows into every content area. They will also use arts-based strategies as tools for exploring interdisciplinary content and expressing what they have learned. To read more, please visit our website @ www.salvadorschool.com.
Salvador encourages all parents to find a way to be involved in the school and their child’s education. Parent University is an integral part of our campus, providing parenting classes and support. Our goal is 100% participation from our families.