"Imagine a place where every child belongs....a place where every idea, personality, and interest was valued and allowed to blossom. A place where a child's passion, dreams, and natural curiosity are the catalyst for their own unique learning experience. Here at Corprew Elementary, we believe that each child comes through our doors with something to offer. They each bring their own gifts and experiences. We strive to promote a child-centered learning experience at our campus to capitalize on a student's intrinsic motivation and natural curiosity to learn. In a safe, kid-friendly, loving environment, our students have the opportunity to develop their skills in reading, thinking, and communicating while using technology as a tool. We strongly believe in making a wide-range of technology available to all students to promote collaboration and critical thinking skills. Student devices vary from the iPAD to multi-user touch tables to android devices. We believe that learning and the school experience can and should be fun!"
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MPHS Cosmetology students read to Corprew students and helped them create their own Jack-O-Lantern masks on Halloween.
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Corprew Elementary Collects Pennies For Patients (click here)
Corprew Students End Red Ribbon Week With A Balloon Release
"Team Up Against Drugs" - Team Spirit Day
Magician at Corprew (click here)
Second Grade students and teachers
Dori Beasley and Tracy Coleman wore their pink as part of the school’s Paint the Town Pink Month for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Fire Prevention Assembly (visit Photo Gallery from Events dropdown for more pics)
Corprew Elementary School Principals were honored with a Pot Luck lunch on October 16th for Boss’s Day.
Pictured (l-r): Norberto Otero (assistant principal), Estelle Deloney (principal), and Amy Stewart (assistant principal)
Corprew Elementary School helped to Paint the Town Pink for breast cancer awareness.
Purchase your 2014-2015 Yearbook! (click here)
2014-2015 School Supply Lists