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The Bellevue Elementary School Community is excited about their new sign! 

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MISSION STATEMENT

To Provide a Learning Environment Where

Students Develop the Skills Needed for Success.

Elmer Wood 3rd Grade Students,

Rodolfo Munoz and Delta Armstrong

led the flag salute at the

March 10th Board Meeting.

The Showcase at the

March Board Meeting was

Student Involvement at

Elmer Wood Elementary School.

CORE VALUES

 

We believe that students are the focus of public education.

 

We believe that each student is unique and that our staff and programs provide for multiple opportunities for success.

 

We believe in developing academically competent, confident and considerate citizens.

 

We believe that learning occurs best in a safe and respectful environment.

 

We believe our students’ success depends upon a highly qualified staff who are valued and respected for their diverse backgrounds.

 

We believe that we serve students best through programs and practices that are responsive to changing needs.

 

We believe that our success depends upon the development of effective leaders,

staff and students who create a vision and translate that vision into reality.

 

GOALS and OBJECTIVES

 

GOAL ONE              

Align District Human and Fiscal Resources to Support Student Achievement from Classroom Outward

 

GOAL TWO               

Refine Instructional Programs to Improve Performance of ALL Students

 

GOAL THREE         

Ensure Fiscal Integrity of the District

                 

GOAL FOUR           

Foster and Maintain Constructive Relationships Among Students,  Staff, Families, and Community Members

 

GOAL FIVE              

Ensure District Infrastructure Supports Student Learning:  Facilities, Technology, Food Service, Transportation, and Maintenance

 

 

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Today: 3/29/15
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Annette White,

National Council of Negro Women

Presented the

Atwater Elementary School District

with a book for our school

libraries on the black families

that helped establish

Merced County in 1855. 

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