New Temple Elementary


Principal's Welcome

Welcome to New Temple Elementary School home of the Tigers. Our teachers and staff provide an exemplary instructional program. It is inspiring to see the learning that takes place daily in our classrooms. Our students are taught  21st Century Learning Skills in a collaborative, engaging, and productive environment.  I look forward to working with you as we continue to make New Temple a place where all students thrive. Thank you for allowing us to be a partner in your child's education. Our district sends a monthly newsletter with important information and upcoming events. We know that children are more successful in school when parents are actively involved.  Our students will be the future leaders of our community and I am thankful for this opportunity to serve as your principal. 

Go Tigers!
Mr. Gannon, Principal


New Temple Elementary
(669 Students Grades K-4)
11033 E. Central Ave.
South El Monte , CA 91733
Ph: (626) 580-0692


Mr. John Gannon, Principal
Ms. Sara Gil, Secretary
Mrs. Estela Valdovinos, Health Clerk


7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Office)
8:25 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. (K-3rd)
8:00 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. (4th)


(626) 580-0692
(626) 568-7917
Mascot: Tigers

Colors: White & Blue

A packet of information regarding parent rights, school rules, dress code, homework policies, school calendar of events, enrollment forms, meal purchases, immunizations, health requirements, Board Policies, etc., may be obtained at the school office.

Tigers In Action

Paw Pride
Paw Pride: Recognizing students for
outstanding citizenship and achievements!

Social Contract
Collaboration: Creating social contracts
to ensure a positive learning environment.

Affirmation: Caring that extends in the
classroom and beyond. 

Monthly Newsletter



New Temple's Gold Ribbon Award Winning Program, The Eight Step Instructional Process, is a researched-based data-driven instructional program designed for student mastery of the State Board of Education adopted Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The process and objectives include: (1) disaggregating student assessment data in mathematics and language arts; (2) planning a 36-week instructional calendar (CCIF); (3) implementing academic content and performance standards-based lessons; (4) assessing student mastery of standards; (5) providing tutorials for students who need more learning time; (6) providing acceleration for students who mastered objectives; (7) providing maintenance of mastered skills; and (8) monitoring, training, and providing teachers with the tools necessary to help students obtain and maintain mastery of the content standards.

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