Our elementary schools provide a curriculum and instructional practices that are both age and individually appropriate for young children. A focus is on recognizing both the academic, social, and emotional needs of our students.
Balance of whole group, small group, and individual instruction to meet the learning needs of students
Special subjects including art, music, physical education, and computers
Academic support provided through literacy and math interventionist and special services
Young Fives program providing students with early kindergarten birthdays a full year of preparation which sets the stage for success in kindergarten
Standardsibased report cards describing what a student should know and be able to do at each grade level in all core subjects
Enrichment opportunities, such as field trips, assemblies, fifth grade science camp, and after school programs
School-wide Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports (PBIS) to reinforce and recognize positive behavior
Special school-wide events, including Black Out Bullying Week, March is Reading Month, Holiday Concert, and Field Day
Active PTO sponsoring events, such as field trips, Book Bingo, spring carnival, and book fairs
Strong parent and school partnership through volunteering and attendance at conferences, classroom, and school events
Student & Parent Handbook Please take time with your student(s) to review the Handbook and familiarize yourselves with district policies, procedures, and processes.