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Mr. Erasmo Garcia

Mr. Garcia has 13 years of experience working with innovative school systems as an administrator and five years of experience teaching elementary and middle school children in the ...more


Mr. Erasmo Garcia

Office Manager:
Mrs. Lori Teafatiller
Bilingual Clerk:
Ms. Leticia Gutierrez
Health Clerk:
Mrs. Lori Tidrick

Phone (714) 228-3230, 
Fax (714) 821-0328

320 W. Danbrook Street, 
Anaheim, CA 92804

Office Hours: 
7:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Eager to learn


Garcia, Erasmo
Teafatiller, Lori
Office Manager


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Centralia School District is pleased to welcome some new fresh faces to our team this school year, and congratulate one who has promoted. 

First, we would like to welcome Mr. Robert (Rob) French as our new Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, effective July 1, 2016.  He will fill the vacancy created by the announcement of the retirement of Mr. Randy Helms, current Deputy Superintendent, Human Resources. Mr. French comes to us from Perris School District, where he served as the Director of Human Resources for the past two years.  His extensive background includes six years as an elementary school teacher in both the Covina Valley and Murrieta School Districts, and vice principal and principal for nine years in Perris School District before being promoted to Director of Human Resources.  He is very knowledgeable and has been involved in all aspects of human resources from recruitment and retention to chairing the negotiations committee.  Mr. French is looking forward to working in the CESD and serving as a support to the staff and Board.   He believes that, “All of the decisions I have made as an administrator have been to make a positive effect on children’s’ lives.”  We are excited for Mr. French to join our administrative team!

Joining our San Marino School team, we are pleased to welcome Dr. Omaira Lee.  Dr. Lee comes to us from Compton Unified School District where she served as principal of George Washington Elementary School.  She has a vast amount of experience having served as an elementary classroom teacher, resource teacher, Reading First literacy coach, assistant principal, principal and Regional School Improvement/Instructional Services, Coordinator & Title III co-lead for the Riverside County Office of Education.  Dr. Lee is excited to be joining the outstanding Centralia School District team and also looking forward to working with the great team of educators at San Marino School.  Dr. Lee says that she is, “Deeply committed to maximizing individual student achievement through a cooperative team spirit.”  We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Lee to San Marino!

There will be a new principal of Raymond Temple School as well, please join us as we welcome Dr. Estela Salas-Sarmiento.  Dr. Salas-Sarmiento comes to us from Bellflower School District where she served as vice principal, a position that allowed her to hone her administrative skills.  She has also served as a teacher and ELD Coordinator for 20 years in the Downey Unified School District. She is very excited to be coming to the Centralia School District as principal.  She stated that, “I am an enthusiastic, hardworking bilingual administrator, who has earned trust and respect from students, teachers, community, and colleagues and I have been passionate about education for 20+ years.”  We are excited to welcome Dr. Salas-Sarmiento to Raymond Temple!

Some hearty congratulations are in order to Mr. Jonathan Raymond, Teacher on Special Assignment who has been chosen to serve as a Coordinator in the Student Services Department for Special Education. Mr. Raymond was an Applied Behavior Analysis Tutor for the Greater Anaheim SELPA and a Teacher in the District Autism Program for three years in the Norwalk La-Mirada Unified School District before taking a position as TOSA in the Centralia School District in 2014.  He is dedicated to helping students with special needs successful in their school careers and works diligently to make that happen.  Mr. Raymond shared that he has learned through personal experience that, “Centralia School District is a leading District possessing an ongoing passion aimed towards educating all learners through equal access with the philosophy that all children can learn.  I embrace this vision, particularly with regards to children with special needs.”  We congratulate Mr. Raymond in his new position at CESD!


Congratulations to all and we look forward to great things as we move eagerly into this new school year, and beyond!


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SDC Preschool - AM Class
8:15 am - 11:15 am
SDC Preschool - PM Class
12:00 pm - 3:15 pm

Kindergarten and T/K
8:05 am - 1:35 pm, Thursday Dismissal 1:15 pm

Primary Grades (1-3)
8:05 am - 1:50 pm, Thursday Dismissal 1:30 pm

Upper Grades (4-6)
8:05 am - 2:25 pm, Thursday Dismissal 1:30 pm

Lunch Schedules:
Kinder, 1 & 2:        11:00am - 11:40am
TK, Grades 3 & 4: 11:40am - 12:20pm
Grades 5 & 6:        12:20pm - 1:00pm

Click here to view instructional minutes


To report student absences, please call (714) 228-3230, choose option #1, and provide the following information:

  • Student's full name
  • Room # & Teacher's name
  • Date(s) the student is absent 
  • Reason for the absence
  • Parent name and phone number
Danbrook Dates & Events
1 School Office Reopens 8:00 - 3:30
closed from 11:30 - 1:00
9 Class Lists Posted on Website HERE
10 1st day of School




Congratulations on being part of a new world record for the most people to read the same book on the same day.  This year’s total is 2,462,860 people beating last year’s record by 77,555.

Program Improvement Public School Choice

All parents of students attending Danbrook Elementary School have the choice to attend another public school identified by the district that is not in Program Improvement status. (the district is responsible for transportation costs).  See attached parent letter and application for more information or call Danbrook School 714-228-3230.

Program Improvement Letter