Our primary instructional goal is to provide students with opportunity and access for intellectual, social, and economic mobility.
Our programs reach beyond the traditional core curriculum. While other schools have scaled back on the number of non-mandated faculty and staff members they employ, our District committed to increasing the number of guidance counselors we have available to work with our students. These counselors not only provide traditional counseling services, but they also teach social and emotional learning to all students at all levels.
We operate on a five-day schedule. Students participate in the following expressive arts during the cycle – art, music, library, technology, guidance and physical education. All students in Grades 4 and 5 participate in chorus. Additionally, students in Grade 5 have the option to participate in instrumental music. Our classrooms are well-equipped with a plethora of books, games, materials, and supplies, along with computers, internet access and an interactive projection system.