Grade Levels

New ideas. New concepts. New skills.

Elementary school is where students begin to explore core subjects and discover new interests and skills that they may develop later in middle school. Our teachers provide strong core academic instruction through their broad knowledge of the subject matter, standards-based curriculum, and creative lesson design. 

Kindergarten is for children who will be five years old on or before September 1. Instruction in kindergarten is focused on developing foundational skills that prepare students for success in all... Learn More
First-graders extend their knowledge of language arts, learning skills that enable them to read and write more independently. By the end of first grade, students should read proficiently at grade... Learn More
For students in second grade, instruction focuses on developing literacy and proficiency in language arts with the goal that all students become lifelong readers, competent writers, and effective... Learn More
Third grade is often considered a pivotal year as instruction in phonics is phased out of the formal curriculum and emphasis increases on vocabulary acquisition, comprehension strategies, text... Learn More
Traditionally, fourth grade marks the transition from learning to read (in kindergarten through grade three) to reading to learn (in grade four and beyond). There is more focus on academic language... Learn More
Fifth-grade students read a wide range of materials, including literature from different times and cultures and informational text on grade-level topics in all subject areas. The emphasis is on... Learn More
6 ·
ACardia [at]

4 · 4th and 5th Grade
aclarke [at]

10 · 4th and 5th Grade
MGoetowski [at]

9 · 3rd Grade
rhendryx [at]

7 · 1st Grade
rkoepf [at]

1 · 2nd and 3rd Grade
eshepherd [at]

2 · Kindergarten, 1st grade
lveitch [at]

3 · Kindergarten
gwolthausen [at]

5 · 4th/5th Grade
CWoods [at]