Welcome to Parker Whitney Elementary!

Mark Your Calendar


PW Yearbook Cover Contest

Due January 13th by 3:00pm (no late entries will be accepted)
Monday, January 16th

Martin Luther King Day -


Parker Whitney Coat and Blanket Drive
January 17-24 
Please drop off the coats and blankets in the school office.  
 January 17th 6pm-TK Information night at the District Office

January 24 6pm-Kindergarten Information night at Parker Whitney


Library News

The 6 Flags Reading Program is back at Parker Whitney!
 In a nut shell read, K – 6th graders read for 6 hours and earn a ticket to 6 Flags Amusement Park.  Please see the Reading Log and Parent Letter for more information.  Please note that the tickets are valid on “select dates”.  Last year that meant tickets were not valid on Saturdays.  When you finish Reading your 6 hours, please turn in your forms to the library or to your teacher.  You need to turn in your forms by February 17, 2017.  
Happy Reading!!!

Virtual Backpack

Aeries Portal for Parents

Starting in the 2016-2017 school year the Rocklin Unified School District will further enhance the use of our existing Student Information System (Aeries) by enabling the use of online Parent and Student "portal accounts."

Aeries Portal accounts will complement our continued efforts to improve school-to-home communication by providing parents and students online and timely access to information about:

  • Attendance

  • Grade books (elementary schools*)

  • Progress reports and report cards

In the future, our goal is to use this system to significantly reduce paperwork by maintaining emergency contact information online and making the back-to-school/1st day packet process more convenient and efficient for parents! 

 Grades K-6 Parent Portal Implementation - September 19-October 14

Parent Portal Website: https://parent.rocklinusd.org/

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2016-17 PW Yearbooks for Sale!


Our Mission

The mission of Parker Whitney Elementary, a California Distinguished school and a key component of a diverse learning community, is to ensure each student will experience meaningful and measurable academic growth and build a strong, active connection to his or her community as a dynamic life-long learner by:
1. Providing quality instruction through collaboration, evolving technologies, and high expectations.
2. Recognizing and addressing academic challenges.
3. Building vital partnerships with our families and the community.
4. Creating and maintaining a physically and emotionally safe learning environment.