“All students learn the academic and personal skills they need to be truly prepared for postsecondary success and able to pursue their dreams.”
Instruction is common-core aligned so students can become successful readers of complex text and become successful communicators. They experience reading through independent and supportive instruction. Students talk and write frequently about a variety of texts that are interesting and culturally relevant. They are reading with purpose, reflecting upon reading skills and using prior knowledge. Students in grades K-3 have access to small group instruction throughout the school day. K-2 Special Education classrooms are co-taught.
Over a 90 minute period, students build fluency, conceptual knowledge and individual application to a rigorous math curriculum. During these classes students are able to construct meaning and develop deep understanding for the content, reason abstractly and quantitatively, construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others and engage in productive struggle.
Science (3-4, 6, 8)
Our science approach is inquiry-based to ensure students use their hands and minds to experience science in order to develop their own understanding. Students have multiple opportunities to revise ideas and collaborate. Data is gathered to drive student learning and engagement is fostered by intentionally connecting science to their lives.
Core values of kindness, responsibility, respect, teamwork, and hard work are the foundation of our school culture.
Art, Health, Music, Physical Education,
Track and Field, Arts & Crafts, Basketball, Book Club, Cake Decorating, Cheerleading, Double Dutch, Drama, Fitness Training, Girls Club, Lego Club, Math Club, Mural Arts, Running Club, Video Gaming
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