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Lemon Grove School District Preschool Program
8025 Lincoln St, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
The Lemon Grove School District Preschool Program offers free, half-day preschool classes for children age three throughMore five years.  The program aims to help children develop socially, emotionally, and academically.  The program is open to all regardless of race, gender, national origin, ethnicity or mental or physical disability.
Golden Avenue Elementary School
7885 Golden Ave, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Golden Avenue, the district's school closest to downtown Lemon Grove, focuses on health and fitness with itsMore comprehensive wellness program and a before-school jogging club. The school's mascot is the tiger. The school also has a daily Positive Action curriculum to encourage good behavior, and a gardening club. The school boasts the best attendance rate in the district.
Palm Middle School
8425 Palm St, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
Palm Middle School is currently the district's only middle school, since Lemon Grove Middle closed at the end of theMore last school year. Located at the eastern edge of town, the campus is adorned by many palm trees. The school's mascot is the panther.
Lemon Grove School District
8025 Lincoln St, Lemon Grove, CA 91945

This K-8 school district operates five elementary schools and one middle school, serving approximately 3,900More students.

The Lemon Grove School District has been struggling with budget cuts in recent years, but has managed to keep a vibrant educational program alive. Even though one middle school was closed, and the sixth-grade camp program cut, the school board recently managed to find enough money to re-hire some badly-needed teachers' aides and janitors. The board president, as of Oct. 2010, is Tim Shaw. Other board members are Katie Dexter, Larry Loschen, Blanca Brown and Jay Bass.

The school board meets in the Community Center twice a month, every other Tuesday.

The district includes six elementary schools and one middle school. Lemon Grove Middle school is closed for two years, to save money and for renovation as part of a planned school/library project.

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