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New Vineyard Ranch Elementary SChool dedicated

Elizondo directs the Bronco Chorale
Heather Elizondo directs the Bronco Chorale as they perform
"Let There Be Peace On Earth."

Vineyard Ranch Elementary School lit up a little brighter the evening of Nov. 6. Faculty, parents and students came together to enjoy student performances and a student led tour of the campus as part of the schools dedication.

The journey to fully complete the 127,743 square foot campus had been well worth the wait. Housing a dual language program, cutting edge technology inside and out, and an innovative design, Vineyard Ranch is on its way to creating everlasting memories for its students.

“The continuous learning that takes place in this building day-to-day, year-to-year is of tremendous importance, for the maintenance and continual improvement of our American democracy and our American way of life,” said Board of Trustee Vice-President Letti Bresnahan, as she addressed those in attendance. “Equally as important are the memories the families will create here. Traditions that will begin with the faculty, the staff and the students of Vineyard Ranch and the impact it will have on our entire community.”

The ceremony featured the Reagan High School JROTC Color Guard, the Bronco Chorale led by Heather Elizondo and the Reagan High School Orchestra directed by Sixto Elizondo, along with special messages from Dr. Brian G. Gottardy, superintendent of schools, and campus leadership.

Standing Ovation
All those in attendance give a standing ovation following the student performance.

Elizondo leads the Orchestra.
Sixto Elizondo leads the Reagan Orchestra during their big performance.

Principal Tammy VanCleave gives speech.
Principal Tammy VanCleave's pride for her campus was apparent during her welcome speech.


Posted on November 07, 2013