About Our School

Jack N. Darby Elementary School was completed in 1988 and inaugurated on October 14, 1988. The school initially educated students in kindergarten through sixth grade students, and now has students preschool age to sixth grade. The school was named after Rear Admiral Jack N. Darby, former commander of the Pacific Fleet's Submarine Force. Prior to leading the Pacific submarine command, Admiral Darby was on the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, DC. Before that, he was commandant of midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy and was commander of the submarines Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. Admiral Darby passed away in 1987 in New York.

 

Current Enrollment: 297 students
Breakdown of students by sponsor's branch of service.

 

Darby's Guiding Principles

Academic areas include but are not limited to Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Social areas include but are not limited to problem solving, critical thinking skills, conflict resolution, cooperative working skills and responsibility.

 

Continuous School Improvement

The leadership and faculty of Darby are committed to providing the best education possible for our students. For this reason, we have developed a mission, a vision, and two continuous school improvement goals. By continuously applying these, we are committed to never-ending self improvement. As educators, we know that our students deserve nothing less.

 

Darby CSI Goals 2016-2017