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Academic Success

In case you haven't heard, Noralto School rocks!  We want to let you know about our academic success.  On August 9th, 2013, The Sacramento Bee published an article highlighting the gains made by local schools on standardized tests.  

We are proud to announce that Noralto School is the highest performing elementary school in the entire Twin Rivers Unified School District and made some of the biggest English-Language Arts (ELA) gains in the entire Sacramento region!

We realize that this success is only possible with the incredible support of you...our parents!  So we hope you join us in celebrating the hard work of our students and continue to help support our students as they continue to strive for the very best!


To read the entire Sacramento Bee article, click HERE!

School Hours

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

Breakfast:  7:30am - 8:20am

First Bell:  8:20am

School Starts:  8:25am

School Ends:  3:00pm


Wednesdays Only

Breakfast:  9:15am - 9:45am

First Bell:  9:45am

School Starts:  9:50am

School Ends:  3:00pm

Noralto Office

7:30am to 4:00pm Everyday

Phone: 916-566-2700

Fax: 916-566-3576


Attendance = Success!

Excusing Absences is Easier Than Ever!

Write Us!  Send a note with your child

Call Us!  (916) 566-2700, then dial "2"

Email Us!  Click Here

Remember to include:

  • Your Child's Name
  • You Child's Teacher
  • The Date(s) of the Absence(s)
  • The Reason for the Absence(s)
  • Your Name

All absences must be reported to us

within 5 business days.

Thank you!


Contact Webmaster

Gonzalez, Dario
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Noralto School Mission Statement

Within a safe and orderly learning environment, Noralto School staff strives to enable its students to reach their highest potential quality instruction while promoting good citizenship, social responsibility and appreciation of cultural diversity.

"Gratitude turns what we have

into enough...and more.

It turns denial into acceptance,

chaos into order, confusion into clarity;

it makes sense of our past,

brings peace for today,

and creates a vision for tomorrow."

-Melody Beattie


Noralto School

wishes to thank the following 

organizations for their committment

to our students:

Vanir Foundation


On behalf of our student and families,

we wish to thank The Vanir Foundation

for their financial support

in the form of school uniforms.

Because of the Vanir Foundation,

Noralto School is able to ensure

every student arrives at school

prepared to succeed.

If you would like more information

about the Vanir Foundation

and the amazing programs they support

click HERE!

Ntense Auto & Tire


is a proud supporter of

Noralto Elementary School

Ntense Auto & Tire pledges

to donate 5% of the cost

of additional repair services to go

to Noralto School Student Body!

Help Yourself, Help Your Car...


Thank You

Ntense Auto & Tire!



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