Points of Interest
|Language||The Shurley Method|
|Math||Math in Focus|
|Science & Spelling||Purposeful Design|
|Social Studies||A Beka|
|Student Handbook 2014-2015|
Commonly Asked Questions
Question: Does my child need to know how to read when he/she comes to first grade?
Answer: Many students have a good reading foundation before they come to first grade. They should at least be able to read two, three, and four letter words with short and long vowels. Phonics sounds are practiced daily. Students should begin first grade with the ability to read at least 100 words per minute.
Question: Will my child be challenged?
Answer: We set high expectations for students, which is why we call the school “academically excellent.” Your child will be encouraged to do his/her best in all areas of curriculum.