Frank Jacinto Elementary School
Frank Jacinto Elementary opened in the fall of 2004 and was the first new school in Lorain built in the 21st century. The school was named after Mr. Frank Jacinto, who was not only a Lorain native, but also a leader in the Hispanic community, a former teacher in the school system, and the first Hispanic school principal in the State of Ohio. Mr. Jacinto also published a book on the history of Lorain’s Hispanic community in 1999, titledThe Mexican Community in Lorain, Ohio. The school is designed to hold 450 students and was created with an investment of $8.1 million, of which nearly 80% came from the state of Ohio. 
Frank Jacinto Elementary News
Febraury 2015 Information
February 2015 Information 
Literacy Night -2
Building the child  
Second Quarter Awards
Second Quarter Awards - Honor Roll, Merit Roll and Perfect Attendance  
PARCC Testing Schedules
PARCC /OAA Testing Schedules Grades 3-6  
Awards Assembly
Awards Assembly  
Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences 

Kindergarten Registration


Don't forget to register your children for Kindergarten at Charleston Center on Pole Avenue

May-June News Update
May- June News Update  
Frank Jacinto Elementary
2515 Marshall Avenue
Lorain, Ohio 44052
Phone (440) 960-5800
Fax (440) 960-5810
Principal: Leila Flores
School Hours: 8:00AM - 2:30PM 
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2350 Pole Avenue   |   Lorain, Ohio 44052   |   440-233-2271
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