John Sinnott Elementary is a public Elementary school serving a diverse group of about 730 students in grades TK - 6.
Our support staff of over 70 teachers, paraprofessionals, custodians, food service workers and administrative staff all work with your students to achieve high academic and social standards and to develop personal and community responsibility.
HISTORY OF SINNOTT SCHOOL
Who was John Sinnott?
John Sinnott Elementary School is named after John Sinnott. Mr. Sinnott was an early pioneer. He came to North America from Wexford, Ireland, in 1831. In 1851 he brought his family to California, becoming one of the leading farmers in the Santa Clara valley with over 1,000 acres of land.
When John Sinnott School was built, the District Staff submitted two or three names with historical significance to the Citizens Building Committee. The committee decided to name our school after John Sinnott.
MISSION & PLEDGE
The John Sinnott mission is to build upon our students strengths and talents by tirelessly maximizing their social, emotional, and academic potential in an ever changing world. We will build relationships, foster lifelong learning, and measure annual growth, establishing a safety net of supports to ensure success.
I pledge to be a John Sinnott Wildcat, take pride in everything I do, and stay committed to academic achievement.
I commit to making our school a safe place, a place of citizenship, and school spirit with liberty and justice for all!