"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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Easter Egg Hunt
Every 3rd grade student received a dictionary presented by
Judd Marshall and Shane Webb from the Rotary Club.
Corprew Elementary hosted a PTO Meeting and 1st Grade students presented a program. Students sang songs from the Frozen soundtrack: “In Summer,” “Do You Want to Build a Snowman,” and “Let It Go!”. (back row l-r, Diane Hoffman, Karen Crooks and Norberto Otero; Front row l-r, Trixz Kimbal and Jagger Moss)
At Camp Read-A-Lot students can enjoy games, smores, hot dogs
and reading in tents. Everyone is invited!
Corprew Celebrates Read Across America
On Monday, March 2nd, Corprew Elementary School students joined other children across the United States in celebrating reading and the birthday of Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Corprew students dressed in their pajamas and cuddled in their blankets reading their favorite books.