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Lemoore Union Elementary School District is headed by Superintendent Richard Rayburn, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Lois Zercher, Assistant Superintendent Anastacia McCarney and Assistant Superintendent, Business Services Patti Ernsberger. The board is led by President Shawn Beck and consists of Tim Wahl, Stephen Todd, Jim Inglis, and Jeanette Homan. The District offices are located at 1200 W. Cinnamon Drive in North-Western Lemoore, California. The district is overseen by the Kings County Department of Education, the California State Board of Education and the United States Department of Education. The district serves the city of Lemoore, California a city with a growing population that was at 21,900 in the 2000 census.
Home of the Eagles.
Cinnamon Elementary is headed by Principal Mrs. Rosemary Montoya and Assistant Principal Brooke Warkentin. Cinnamon is the newest school in the district having opened in August 2001. It is located at 500 E. Cinnamon Drive in Eastern Lemoore, California. Cinnamon Elementary was built to ease congestion in the existing Elementaries and to create a neighborhood school for the growing East side of the city. Cinnamon currently serves approximately 600 kindergarten to sixth grade students. Cinnamon has a faculty of approximately 30 full and part time teachers.
Home of the Lions.
Lemoore Elementary is headed by Principal Cathlene Bullard and Assistant Principal Rhett Kenney. Lemoore Elementary is the oldest school in the district and has three distinct permanent buildings and play areas. They are traditionally called the Washington, Lincoln, and Jefferson Buildings. Lemoore Elementary is located at 573 Bush Street in South-Central Lemoore, California. It sits on a 17-acre (69,000 m2) lot and was originally the only school in the city. Lemoore Elementary currently serves approximately 650 kindergarten to sixth grade students. Lemoore Elementary has a faculty of approximately 33 full and part time teachers.
Home of the Mustangs.
Meadow Lane Elementary is headed by Principal Patricia Stratton and Assistant Principal Erin Revious. Meadow Lane Elementary is located at the intersection of Quandt & Meadow Lanes in North-Eastern Lemoore, California. Meadow Lane was opened to ease over crowding in Lemoore Elementary and create a neighborhood school for children in the Northern areas of the city. Meadow Lane currently serves approximately 650 kindergarten to sixth grade students. Meadow Lane has a faculty of approximately 32 full and part time teachers.
Home of the Roadrunners.
Engvall Elementary is headed by Principal Eric Wyand and Assistant Principal Loretta Black. Engvall is located at the intersection of 19th Avenue & Cedar Lane in South-West Lemoore, California. P.W. Engvall was originally a Middle School/Junior High and served in that capacity until the 1995-1996 school year when it was converted into an Elementary when the district opened a new Middle School. The school has since undergone extensive renovation with the removal of outdoor education sites, modification of recreation areas, and the addition of several classrooms. Engvall currently serves approximately 640 kindergarten to sixth grade students. Engvall Elementary has a faculty of approximately 32 full and part time teachers.
Home of the Patriots.
Liberty Middle School is headed by Principal Anastacia McCarney, and Assistant Principal Benjamin Luis. Liberty Middle School is located at 1000 Liberty Way in North-Western Lemoore, California. Liberty was built as a 7th and 8th grades only school in order to ease overcrowding in the existing Middle and Elementary Schools. It was first opened to students for the 1994-1995 school year. Liberty currently serves 630 seventh and eighth grade students.
Home of the Hawks.
University Charter School is a school located in Lemoore on the West Hills College Lemoore campus, a community college with its main campus in Coalinga, CA. Its principal is Crescenciano "Chris" Camarena. It holds grades 5th through 8th. University Charter School follows the college's schedule, so it starts and ends earlier than many schools in the district. It has 10 teachers.