We look forward to seeing everyone on open house, Thursday March 30th. We will have food trucks, raffles, and beautiful classrooms to visit!

Welcome to Shull - A National Blue Ribbon School and a California State Gold Ribbon School

  Arma J. Shull Elementary School!
Home of the Shull Sharks!

School Starts August 22nd!

825 N. Amelia, San Dimas, CA 91773
(909) 971-8208

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Shull Elementary School


Please pay for your students lunches by using Shull's online payment system.  You will be asked to create and user name and password: 

For information about bus passes and paying online please read the attached documents.
Paying for bus passes online with myschoolbucks.com

Monthly Lunch Menu

Click here for monthly lunch calendar











bul·ly1   verb use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants.

Bullying:       Unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.  The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.   Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems.

Visit www.stopbullying.gov for more additional information.


Grade Level Supply Lists
Click on the link below to see what teachers would like students to have when they start school this August.

Dress Days at Shull
On Wednesdays student may wear their classroom's college colors.
On Thursdays they may wear the Character color of the month.
On Friday Shull students may wear jeans and wear Shull shirts of any kind.
Click here to see the Classroom College List
Click here to see the We Care for Character chart.


Check out this video!
Shull School 2015 Walkathon!

School Supplies!
AR Phone App
Below is an app for finding AR information. You just scan a book with your iphone or android smart phone and it brings up the AR information for the book.


Home of the Shull Sharks. Shull Students Love Accelerated Reading. This last year our 3rd graders reached the District's 90% reading goal. We were the 1st school to have over 90% of our 3rd grade students at or above grade level reading. Congrats to those third graders who are now in 4th grade!