Academics are not restricted to the classroom, but take place in the community as well. Therefore, study trips may be ongoing throughout the school year. A letter from your child's teacher, to include the date, time, and destination of the study trip, will be sent home the week prior to the planned trip. At various times during the school year, classes may take study trips as part of the instructional program. Study trips are considered part of the instructional day. Children MUST HAVE A PERMISSION SLIP SIGNED BY THE PARENT before they go on any trip leaving the school. If a parent does not not want to send their child on a study trip, the teacher will make alternate arrangements for the child to attend another class for the period of the study trip or parents may elect to keep their child at home. Parents may attend the study trip with the child in these instances. Chaperones may not bring siblings/infants on a study trip. As an invited chaperone, one's responsibility must be to help supervise all the students in the classroom.
To educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
To serve the needs of Our Military's Children so that they will excel in learning and life.
Goal 1: By June of 2017, all students will improve in mastery of reading and writing strategies, and demonstrate their understanding of text comprehension through written communication with explicit instruction as measured by local and standardized assessments.
Goal 2: By June of 2017, all students will improve in mathematical proficiency of numbers and number relations, as measured by local and standardized assessments.
Goal 3: By June of 2017, all teachers will improve the school's focus on learning and results and the school's culture of collaboration as measured by Professional Learning Community Continuums A-D.