School Info

Welcome to Esperanza Elementary!

Esperanza Elementary proudly opened its doors and became a part of our Farmington community in 1995. We are a K-5 Title I school. Here at Esperanza we work hard to bring out the best in all of our students in order to rise to excellence in every pursuit

Our Mission:

To provide a safe learning environment so students become productive members of society.


Our Vision:

To collaborate to meet

the diverse needs of ALL students.

Our Motto:

Helping Others Pursue Excellence

All elementary schools begin at 8am and end at 2:45pm. Parents should not leave children at the school
earlier than 7:30am. Parents should pick up their children no later than 3pm. Every Monday will be early release at 1pm. Parents should pick up their children no later than 1:15pm. At dismissal, parents picking up their students will drive to the pickup line no earlier than 2:30pm. Students riding the bus or going to daycare will be taken to the appropriate locations for dismissal.

Breakfast and Lunch
If you intend on having your child eat breakfast at school, please teach them at home that when they first arrive to school in the morning that they are to proceed directly to the gym and get their breakfast before going to the playground. Breakfast services ceases when the first bell rings at 7:50am. Students will receive a sack breakfast to eat breakfast in the classroom after the first bell rings.

Esperanza Elementary School has adopted the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). CEP is a universal program that provides breakfast and lunch at no charge. 

If you would like to join your child for a meal an adult breakfast cost $2.25 and an adult lunch cost $3.50.

3 B's

  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
  • Be Safe


An evidence-based program consisting of behavioral health strategies delivered by teachers in the classroom. This universal preventive intervention not only improves classroom management, but also provides a lifetime of benefits for every child by improving self-regulation.

The Second Step program provides instruction in social and emotional learning (ESL). Teachers work with students in the classroom setting with skills on learning empathy, emotional management, friendship, and problem solving; which help students be successful in and out of the classroom during social

 School Demographics:

Caucasian 3.2% (88)

Black or African American 0%Pie graph

American Indian/ Alaskan Native 35.3% (183)

Asian 0.1% (1)

Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islands 0%

Hispanic/Latino 43.1% (224)

Two or More Race Categories 4.2% (22)

Unspecified 0.1% (1)

 Males: 265/519   Females:254/519