Welcome to Sembach Elementary school where we are "Doing Big Things for Little People" and home of the Tigers. Sembach Elementary School is a great little school. There are approximately 190 students ranging in ages from 4 years old to 9 years old. There are approximately 35 staff members servicing these students.
Sembach Elementary School has identified two school-wide goals in support of the continuous school improvement process. Continuing School Improvement (CSI). During the 2017/18 SY, Sembach ES refined its school improvement goals in alignment to the Europe East District’s academic and organizational goals, namely Academic Goal: At Sembach ES all students will increase reading proficiency with 80% meeting on or above grade level, as measured by the Balanced Assessment System (BAS)
Organizational Goal: Sembach ES will develop, implement, and maintain effective weekly collaboration for all educators as measured by the Europe East Collaboration Rubric.
Our children are important to us. We have a limited time to groom and prepare them for the challenges of tomorrow. To truly be successful at this, it takes an entire community. You, the parents are their first teachers while we, the educators, focus on making those connections between the classrooms, home and real world situations. We need to ask the question, "How will our children respond to real life events when we are no longer available to guide their decision making?" Preparing our children is a tremendous responsibility that SES takes very seriously.
Grades: SS - 5
The mission of Sembach Elementary School is to educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
At Sembach Elementary School we are problem solvers who don't give up!
To create a secure, caring and stimulating atmosphere in which students can grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically and socially.
Motto: "At SES We Do Our Best"
Literacy Smart Objective: By the end of SY 21-22, Sembach ES will strengthen implementation of College and Career readiness for all students by ensuring all classrooms teaching Literacy skills reflect standards-based instruction as measured by performance on the DoDEA CCR Summative Assessment by a targeted baseline of 45% on SY 20-21 initial assessment and a 5% increase (over baseline) of students.
Math Smart Objective: By the end of SY 21-22, SES will strengthen implementation of College and Career readiness for all students by ensuring all classrooms teaching mathematics reflect standards-based instruction as measured by performance on the DoDEA CCR Summative Assessment by a 10% increase of students “meeting or exceeding expectations” over 2 years (5% increase SY 20-21 and an additional 5% SY 21-22).