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Home of the Mustangs

PO Box 268 | 631 Greenwood Ave Blue Lake, CA 95525
Phone: 707.668.5674 Fax: 707.668.5619

Blue Lake School

Home of the Mustangs

PO Box 268
631 Greenwood Ave
Blue Lake, CA 95525
Phone: 707.668.5674
Fax: 707.668.5619

Blue Lake School Mission Statement

The mission of Blue Lake Elementary School, a partnership of school, parents, business, and community, is to prepare children for the future by providing knowledge and skills to achieve academic excellence, personal growth, and success in a safe and diverse environment. The Blue Lake staff is continually seeking to improve our school using a wide variety of strategies, research instruments, and suggestions from other professionals. As you read this report card from Blue Lake School, I believe that you will see a school that provides a quality education for students, has a staff that is professionally skilled and personally committed to meeting the individual needs of students, and is within a community that supports the efforts of the school and its students. The school enjoys the Arts through phenomenal support from a parent-community group forming the Blue Lake Education Foundation. We also receive financial donations from Blue Lake School PTO, Mad River Grange, and Blue Lake Rancheria.


Mustang Monitor

The Mustang Monitor is the morning announcements that are read to each class at the beginning of the day.


Dates to Remember

Daily Calendar



Multiple Items

Kindergarten Kaleidoscope 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Special Board of Trustees Meeting 6pm



Board of Trustees Meeting




Multiple Items

Primary Awards Assembly, 8:45 a.m.
Kindergarten Play, 11:00 a.m.
Early Dismissal, 12:45 p.m.



Bike Rodeo

Town Hall - Perigot Park



Staff Appreciation

ASES PROGRAM CLOSED, all students leave campus on bus or by pick up at 2:45 p.m.



BLS Music Concert

ALL GRADES in gym at 6:00 p.m.



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Memorial Day



8th Grade Trip

To the Bay Area from May 31 to June 3


Blue Lake School hosts Trinity Valley for lunch

blue lake school hosts trinity valley

Sunday, November 13, 2016 | Event starts at 1pm


Join us on Sunday, November 13th, 2016 at Blue Lake School for a national day of inspiration, learning and physical movement to support the health and fitness of Native American youth. We call upon all tribes and Native communities to host activities that promote Native youth health and fitness on November 13, 2016. NB3FIT Day is a national platform to engage tribes, organizations, businesses, communities, and families in promoting physical activity, nutrition and healthy-lifeways among Native youth.

Engage 10,000 Native American youth in physical activity for a minimum of one hour on one day throughout the country.

This event is about building awareness. Five Facts to Consider:

  1. 81% of Native adults are overweight or obese and 45% of 2-5 year olds are overweight.
  2. 1 out of 2 Native children born since 2ooo will develop type 2 diabetes.
  3. Obesity is the leading contributing factor to type 2 diabetes.
  4. Type 2 diabetes may reduce a child’s life expectancy by 27 years.
  5. Death rate of Native Americans with diabetes is 3 times higher than the general U.S. population.

More info:
Notah Begay Foundation

PTO Info

10/20 530p-630p in the cafeteria

Halloween Carnival

10/27 3p Setup

10/28 6p Carnival begins at the Gym

Breakfast + Lunch Menus Updated


Fresh Produce

Here's a couple of photos of the fresh produce we are serving at our breakfast and lunch programs!

fresh produce
fresh produce photo
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