Welcome to William Land Elementary PTA

  • Before and After School Parent Mtg: 5/2/19 @ 5 pm
    • ​Registration window: 5/2/19-5/9/19

"Thank you to all of our William Land Lions Families for attending our Annual Fall Carnival! We want to give a huge shout out to our Fall Carnival team, teachers, administration, Lion's Den after school aids, Sac State Frat society, Camellia Lions club, Riverside Church youth group, & William Land Families who carried out our Wizardly Harry Potter theme and all of our wonderful volunteers who made the evening a huge success!" -- William Land PTA

"Thank you to all of our Community partners, William Land Families, and Teachers, who made each and everyone of our 2nd Annual Raffle Baskets fantastic! Whether you helped with the raffle, contributed to the raffle, or both, be satisfied to know that all proceeds are dedicated to our Arts and Science Integration."   -- Fall Carnival Team

Shopping to Educate

2018 - 2019 Program has started.  Please save your receipts from Loehmann's Plaza and Lake Crest Village shopping centers.

School Cents Update
2018 - 2019 Program has started.  Please save your receipts from Arden Fair Mall.

​Scholar Dollars Update
Thank you to all those that voted!  William Land will be receiving a $10,000 grant.

​Drop-off/Pick-up Change
  • Parking on 12th street restricted to 10:00am and 1:30 pm Mon-Fri
  • Enter 12th and U, drive along curb, pull up to front by office
  • Drop off student and have student exit curb side
  • Pull away safety to merge into traffic
  • Parents may continue to walk student to class.  Click on map below for additional parking info
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2018 William Land CIM Relay Team:

Families Visit Downtown Sacramento Ice Rink on Opening Day

Congratulations to David Constancio - Emerging Leaders Award

William Land Elementary parent wins Intel’s Top Volunteer award

Noufer with SCUSD Superintendent José L. Banda
Noufer with SCUSD Superintendent José L. Banda

September 14, 2016

William Land Elementary parent Martin Noufer, an Intel employee, was presented with the company’s Top Volunteer 2015 award last week.

The award recognizes Noufer for the many hours he spends working with students at the Southside Park school.

Noufer was given the award at Intel’s annual Intel Involved Matching Grant Celebration held at the company’s Folsom campus. The hours Intel employees spend volunteering in local schools generate grants for school and nonprofits.

In 2015, SCUSD schools received $70,305 in matching Intel grants. Schools that received grants are: Ethel Phillips, John Bidwell, William Land, Leonardo da Vinci, Golden Empire, Alice Birney and Phoebe Hearst.