1/2 Mesita Early Childhood Development Center at Vilas

2/2 MESITA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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Mesita Elementary and Mesita Early Childhood Development Center at Vilas home of the Mustangs!

We are a community of diverse learners involved in several programs from Pre-K through 5th grades. Our programs have evolved through the desire to provide innovative educational opportunities that promote cultural awareness. As each learner is unique, we provide multiple research-based programs to meet the needs of each student.

Central / Sunset Heights, (2010 - 2019), Education

  • Mesita
  • Vilas
  • Mesita ECDC

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Mesita Elementary and Mesita Early Childhood Development Center at Vilas home of the Mustangs!

We are a community of diverse learners involved in several programs from Pre-K through 5th grades. Our programs have evolved through the desire to provide innovative educational opportunities that promote cultural awareness. As each learner is unique, we provide multiple research-based programs to meet the needs of each student.

Westside / Kern Place, (2010 - 2019), Education

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