Welcome to Springville Elementary!Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year!
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Springville Scholastic Book Fair
Our book fair is November 12-16 during school hours. We will have evening hours from 4:00-6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 13. You can also shop online by visiting Scholastic and going to "Find My Fair." Search Indiana and then Springville. We appreciate your support!
During the week of November 12-16 we will have a coin challenge to help buy books for our library.
Monday’s challenge is to bring pennies and we will also wear Red, White, and Blue for our Veteran’s Day program.
Tuesday is Terrific Tuesday...bring your nickels and wear school colors.
Wednesday is Whimsical Wednesday...bring dimes and wear crazy socks.
Thursday is Pajamarama Thursday...bring quarters and wear your pajamas to school.
Friday is Favorites Friday...any coins you want to bring and dress as your favorite book character.
Parents, click here to learn about the new ILEARN assessment for our students in grades 3, 4, and 5. The testing window is from April 22 through May 17. As we get closer to the testing window we will let parents know the exact days your child will be testing.
See the Calendar at the right side of our website for Upcoming Monthly PTO Meeting Dates
Meetings are held at 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in the Springville Library
Student Council Information
Student Council is going to help with the Box Tops for Education program again this year. Visit the Box Tops for Education website for a comprehensive list of participating products.
Notes from Title I
CHILDREN NEED A MINIMUM OF 8 TOUCHES DURING THE DAY TO FEEL CONNECTED TO A PARENT.
If they’re going through a particularly challenging time, it’s a minimum of 12 a day. It could be a simple as, the straightening of a collar, a pat on the shoulder, or a simple HUG.
EACH DAY, CHILDREN NEED ONE MEANINGFUL EYE-TO-EYE CONVERSATION WITH A PARENT.
THERE ARE 9 MINUTES DURING THE DAY THAT HAVE THE GREATEST IMPACT ON A CHILD:
- The first 3 minutes right after they wake up.
- The first 3 minutes after coming home from school.
- The last 3 minutes of the day before they go to bed.
WE NEED TO MAKE THOSE MOMENTS SPECIAL AND HELP OUR CHILDREN FEEL LOVED