Welcome to Muraoka Elementary!

Muraoka Elementary School is one of 46 schools in the Chula Vista Elementary School District. The school opened it's doors on July 19, 2017 and is located in Otay Ranch, a middle socio-economic area. Approximately 20% of our students qualify for free or reduced price meals. The school's ethnic diversity which includes African-American (%), American Indian or Alaskan (0%), Asian (5.0%), Filipino (16.5%), Hispanic (52.7%), Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (0.4%), and White (12.3%). Students with multiple ethnic backgrounds or who did not respond are 6.9%. The backgrounds of all students are acknowledged, respected, and incorporated into the school curriculum and activities.

Muraoka Elementary front entrance

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CVESD Board of Education Approves Tentative Agreement with Chula Vista Educators
Posted on 06/18/2020
A Message from Board President, Armando Farías
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Board President Armando Farías
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CVESD Board President, Armando Farias congratulates the promoting classes of 2020.
Posted on 06/05/2020
2019-2020 CVESD Board President, Armando Farias congratulates the promoting classes of 2020.
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Harborside Elementary Teacher Raising Funds for Books
Posted on 06/03/2020
Spend a few minutes talking education with Jessica Bruder and her energy and passion for teaching and her students become abundantly clear. The Harbor
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Schools Distribute WiFi Hotspots to Needy Families, Thanks to Partnership with City of Chula Vista
Posted on 05/21/2020
WiFi hotspots were distributed to foster youth, homeless youth, Special Education students and other CVESD families who might not otherwise afford bro
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Without New Federal Stimulus, State Budget Would Devastate CVESD Schools
Posted on 05/15/2020
Without Additional Federal Stimulus Funds, State Budget Would Devastate CVESD Schools .
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Siblings share a moment together at school.
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Board Approves Amendment to Arroyo Vista Charter School
Posted on 04/24/2020
An amendment to the existing charter of Arroyo Vista Charter School could serve as a first step in expanding options for parents who want an alternati
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Measure M Passes: ‘Thank You!’ Local Voters
Posted on 04/23/2020
The last ballots were counted, and surprise! Measure M achieved victory.
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Modified Procedures Announced for Board of Education Meetings
Posted on 04/20/2020
Board meetings will be conducted virtually and streamed until state and federal guidance allow in-person meetings to resume.
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A father works with his child on homework at their home.
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Teacher preparation begins April 6; students to begin distance learning April 13
Posted on 04/01/2020
With extended school closures looming across the country and locally, parents are naturally wondering how their school-age children will progress acad
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