A “High Performing” School

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Important Announcements

Monday: May 2nd - MAPS Testing Tuesday: May 3rd Wednesday: May 4th Thursday: May 5th - 5th Grade Science Test Friday: May 6th - Happy Friday!
Upcoming Important Dates May 10th - Suzuki Strings Performance May 11th - AR/AM Deadline May 13th - PBIS Snowcone Party May 16th - AR/AM Celebration May 17th - PreK Graduation May 18th - Field Day May 19th - Awards Day May 20th - Last Day of School 60% Day
*Parents/Guardians: Accelerated Reading has already began for the 4th 9 weeks. Please make sure your child/children are reading for a least 30 minutes every night to ensure they meet their reading goals. Thanks for your support!

Mission, Vision, Beliefs

Mission

Challenge all students to attain their greatest potential.

Vision

Provide a superior educational system that challenges all students to attain their greatest intellectual, social, and personal potential.

Beliefs

Students learn best when they are actively engaged in a challenging learning process.

A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.

All students in our school need to have an equal opportunity to learn.

Teachers, Administrators, Parents, and the Community shares the responsibility for helping students learn.

Interactions with adults and other students contribute to student learning.

A student's performance is enhanced by mutual respect among students and staff.

Students learn best when our staff maintains high expectations for learning.

Motivation to learn is influenced by a student's emotional state, beliefs, interests, goals, and habits of thinking.

Exceptional students (e.g. Special Education, Limited English proficiency, talented and gifted, etc.) need special services and resources to improve their performances.

Students learn more when provided with a variety of challenging instructional approaches.