Olympic silver medalist and local hero Sarah Hammer will speak to the kids about hard work and perseverance at Tuesday.
The children will hear a talk by Hammer and have a chance to ask her questions, according to school Principal Marc Horton.
Hammer, who was raised at least partly in Temecula and considers herself a Temecula resident, will personify for the kids the benefits of hard work and perseverance, or never giving up.
Horton has a particular connection to Hammer, as her mother was a teacher at Winchester Elementary School while he was the principal.
Hemmer won the silver in the team pursuit event -- the first ever at the Olympics -- and the Omnium, a two-day series of six endurance and sprint events.
The talks will be held during three assemblies at the school, 32045 Camino San Jose.
The times for the assemblies will be 9:05 a.m.; 9:40 a.m. and 10:40 a.m.
On Wednesday, to Paloma Elementary School.