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Esperanza in the Media

Wash your hands with the XFL Los Angeles Wildcats, Superintendent Austin Beutner and students of Esperanza Elementary
Art and Mr. Ramirez, Esperanza's 3rd Grade Teacher
NASCAR driver Jesse Iwuji Racing joined volunteers at Esperanza Elementary School to build garden boxes and picnic tables, and planted more than 70 native plants for a student outdoor learning area that encourages environmental literacy. The project is a joint effort between NASCAR Green, LA's BEST After School Enrichment Program, the U.S. Green Building Council Los Angeles Chapter (USBC) and Esperanza Elementary School located in the historic Westlake District of downtown Los Angeles.
Dream A World Education presents Secrets of the Heart Culmination at Esperanza Elementary. This program for kindergarten teaches children friendship and a smile, kindness, imagination and gratitude through music, dance theater arts and visual arts. Teaching artists who conducted this program were Anindo Marshall, Tiffany Abril, Ashley Maher and Lauren Watanabe. This residency program was funded by The California Arts Council, Department of Cultural Affairs, The Rosenthal Family Foundation and Dream A World Education's generous donors.
We hope Esperanza Elementary School is having a great start to their school year. #LivingSpaces #READesign
Located in one of the highest density neighborhoods of downtown Los Angeles, Esperanza Elementary School encourages students to reconnect with nature.
Little Street Redesign Pop-Up
Brighter Smiles to Esperanza Elementary School kids provided by QueensCare's Mobile Dental Truck.
Wild Horse Foundation and Yasiel Puig visit Esperanza Elementary School, giving away supplies, sporting goods, and making a donation!
Walk to School Day- Students from Esperanza Elementary School along with their principal Brad Rumble, were among those partaking in National Walk to School Day, which promotes walking and safety.
Students from Esperanza Elementary School read letters to P-22 at the first annual P-22 Day