The Edison School District was organized on January 9, 1911. Its territory was taken from the Fairfax and Rockpile School Districts. There had been a school district known by the name of Lakeview serving the area from 1896 to 1903, but it lapsed. The Edison School District took its name from the Southern California Edison Company, which at the time was developing power projects in the mountain areas above Edison.
Greetings! My name is Brandie Brown and it is my pleasure to be the principal of Orangewood Elementary. I would like to extend a heartfelt welcome to our students, parents, faculty, and staff. This academic journey holds the promise of growth, discovery, and collaboration.
Our dedicated team is committed to providing a nurturing and engaging environment that fosters academic excellence, character development, and a love for learning. Together, let us embrace challenges, celebrate achievements, and create lasting memories.
Our Mission Statement
The purpose of the Edison Elementary School District is to provide rigorous, engaging, and meaningful instructional activities to positively affect the lives of the students we serve.