My name is Mrs. Quintana, as principal, I am proud to be part of the Villalovoz community. Prior to becoming Principal I was a Vice Principal here at Villalovoz Elementary and Jacobson Elementary School. Prior to that I was a Vice- Principal at a K-8 school in Mountain House for two years. Before becoming an administrator, I was a teacher here in Tracy Unified and at the Tracy Charter School. I grew up in Tracy and graduated from Tracy High School. My husband is a teacher and we have one son. In my free time I love being with family and traveling.
Villalovoz Elementary School opened for classes on October 29, 1987. The school was named after community leader, Louis J. Villalovoz.
Villalovoz Elementary School is an amazing place to learn. Here at Villalovoz we ensure that all students achieve individual success and reach their fullest potential. We inspire students to be lifelong learners while displaying the six pillars of character. We have created a safe and nurturing environment where all students feel valued and respected as individuals. We have wonderful students, involved families, and terrific staff. Student success depends on a strong connection between home and school. Here at Villalovoz we have a dedicated Parent Faculty Club (PFC) that helps support events and programs. We encourage on-going communication and partnership among students, staff, parents, community, and business members. All students have the knowledge and skills to become creative independent problem solvers, responsible community members, and leaders of tomorrow.
In consultation with the San Joaquin County Public Health Services and the San Joaquin County Office of Education, the county superintendents have determined that all schools in San Joaquin County will be closed beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 through May 22, 2020.