• About Tovashal Elementary...

    Tovashal Elementary School, a California Distinguished School, serves students in Kindergarten through Grade Five. Tovashal Elementary School opened in August of 1999. Tovashal, which means “white oak", is the sixth elementary school opened in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District.



    School Mission Statement


    The mission of Tovashal Elementary School is to provide a safe, motivating environment that creates productive, successful, life-long learners. 


    When they graduate from school, students will be accomplished, confident, positive, and productive citizens.   

    Team Tovashal will be enthusiastic leaders who have supportive relationships with parents and students to create a caring school community. 

    As a school community, we will be energized, enthusiastic, and open to new ideas. 

    The primary role of teachers will be to inspire academic, social, and emotional excellence. 

    The curriculum will be challenging, relevant, and research-based in order to empower students and staff as a model of an exemplary school. 

    Behavioral supports will empower children to use peer conflict resolution and self-regulation strategies. 

    Our focus for success will be to develop productive leaders and positive contributors in society. 

    Tovashal Elementary School will be recognized in the community as a caring and nurturing environment where all students will succeed! 



    The school has 39 classrooms, a multipurpose room, computer lab, library, cafeteria, administrative offices, staff lounge and two play areas; one for kindergarten students, and one designated for students in grades 1-5. Child care facilities for students in grades K-5 are located on campus in a separate room.

    Instructional Goals/Program

    Tovashal Elementary School is committed to providing a well balanced, standards-based education for each student. Striving towards excellence is an on-going process at Tovashal Elementary School. Tovashal uses the California State Standards, District and State curriculum, current research in education, and student assessment data to provide a strong base for our instructional program.

    Feeder Schools

    Thompson Middle School and Murrieta Valley High School

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