Casey Elementary School

219 North Eucalyptus Avenue

Our goal for all our students is "whatever it takes". Working together, we can accomplish this. Please continue to have your child read to you for at least 20 minutes every night, help supervise homework and work on basic math facts. Your support is very important in order to emphasize the importance of a good education. We want our students to become life-long learners.


Cindy Venegas

Tuesday, June 5, 2018
We recently moved from Mountain View School District in Ontario to Rialto School District; Casey is my Son's school; he is epileptic with special needs. Casey and it's entire staff (his teachers) are all so great! They have really focused on all my son's medical and learning needs. My son loves his teachers! We hope next year will be the same experience for him.

Ski Killer

Thursday, May 3, 2018
Its a bad school mostly because theres bullys everywhere when i attend in 2009 they mostly dont give a dam about the kids and they just let them do what ever they want and the principles just don't care and they serve your food like 2 days olds or its expired mostly when you attend to pick your kids up they mostly make you pick them up the hard way like they dont give them to you intill you shoa your id and whenever its time for the kids to have there break time they play in a playground thats all rusty and barely even usable and when i stayed there for 5 years we went by 12 principles (This is all true)

Stephanie Lozano

Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017
This school is in desperate need of funding. They offer nothing for tutoring and can't seem to keep a principal. Three generations of my family has attended Casey and I happen to live across the street from it. I requested my son be held back due to bad grades and they all said it'd be bad for his self esteem. Well not being able to keep up with his peers would more harmful to his self esteem if you asked me. For 3 years I tried getting tutoring for him with no avail. It seems Casey's the last on the list for any grants available which is strange since it in a low income part of town. The other schools in nicer areas get far more perks. It's sad they don't care about the kids at Casey.

kenia bazan

Monday, Nov. 13, 2017
The clerks are always rude, got bothered because i was running late to pick my son up, stated that it was no babysitting site. Dont bother to allow my son to stay in office if i cant make it on time yet they send out a note if child misses school for this cause. Summer time is extremely hot, there is no shade and thwy get mad of u stand in parking shade.

Jennifer Sanchez

Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018
About to enroll my son here let’s see how it goes. There’s a lot of bad reviews here. Will update