Central Union School District

School Info

The Central Union School District is very proud of its history. The Central Union School District is situated in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, in rural Kings County, one of the nation’s richest agricultural areas and the home of the Lemoore Naval Air Station. All four (4) schools, one hundred percent (100%), have been honored as California Distinguished Schools. Two (2) of the schools, R. J. Neutra and Admiral Akers, are also National Blue Ribbon Schools. These successes are directly attributable to the commitment, dedication and teamwork of the faculty, staff, parents, students, administration and the Board of Education working together.

Akers SchoolAkers Elementary is nestled within the Lemoore Naval Air Station and was built in 1963 to service the children of military families. The school acknowledges the importance of a student’s academic success and appreciates the importance of a student’s social and mental well-being. Teachers, administrators, and staff are all dedicated to providing a warm and challenging learning experience for the children.

Central SchoolCentral Union Elementary is a rural school, located south of Lemoore, with over 70 years of serving our local families. There is much tradition, school culture, and community pride on the campus. We are a K-8th grade school with a student population of 385 students. Central School also serves 24 preschool students through a state preschool program. Student diversity is a strength on the Central campus.

Neutra SchoolNeutra Elementary is located within the Lemoore Naval Air Station and our mission is, “Move into the future, but treasure our heritage.” With this as our mission, we have made a commitment to provide the best educational program possible for our students. The excellent quality of our program is a reflection of our highly committed staff.

Stratford SchoolStratford Elementary is located in the town of Stratford, six miles south of Lemoore. Our mission is to provide a positive school environment for the benefit of all students and to ensure that each student feels personally connected to the school, attains high levels of academic achievement, and develops high standards of personal behavior, based upon the six pillars of character (i.e., caring, trustworthiness, citizenship, fairness, respect, and responsibility) that are part of the District’s character education program.

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