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Etiwanda School District is a school district located in San Bernardino County, California that serves the community of Etiwanda, which is part of the incorporated city of Rancho Cucamonga, a portion of Fontana, and the remainder of the district is in San Bernardino County territory.
The district formed on May 8, 1883 and began as a single room at the southwest corner of East Avenue and Baseline Road. Its first two-room school, which opened in 1890 on the southeast corner of Victoria and Etiwanda Avenues, grew into a four-room, two-story brick school in 1912. The next renovation came in 1938 when the 1912 brick building was replaced with a more modern one story building.
Etiwanda was one of three districts in the area: Perdew School District and Grapeland School District, which began in 1880 and 1892, respectively. Perdew closed and combined with Grapeland on September 22, 1899 and in 1901, Grapeland combined with Etiwanda. On May 5, 1919 students from Etiwanda district started attending Chaffey Union High School District for grades 9 through 12. A portion of the Etiwanda School District was annexed to the Fontana School District in 1948.
The Etiwanda School District is a K-8 District that also provides Special Education classes. The district has twelve elementary schools and four intermediate schools. Each intermediate school has two, three or four elementary feeder schools.
- Carleton P. Lightfoot Elementary
- Caryn Elementary
- John L. Golden Elementary
- Heritage Intermediate
- Grapeland Elementary
- Etiwanda Intermediate
- Etiwanda Colony Elementary
- East Heritage Elementary
- Day Creek Intermediate
- Cecilia Lucero Solorio Elementary
- Windrows Elementary
- Terra Vista Elementary
- Summit Intermediate
- Perdew Elementary
- West Heritage Elementary