Principal: Michelle Malvey
3312 N. Douglas Ave. Loveland, CO 80538
Phone: 970 613-6200
Vision Statement: Engaging Children, Enriching the World!!
Mission Statement: We believe that every child deserves to have the best instruction provided to them every minute of every day.
We accomplish this by focusing on:
S.=Standards for Students: We focus on teaching the standards to every student.
P.=Planning for Priorities: We are intentional in our planning and focus on core instruction.
O.=On the Individual: We keep our minds and tasks focused on each student and his or her needs.
T.=Teaching Together: We collaborate and work as a team to ensure that every child's needs are met.
Slogans: SPOT – Safe, Positive, On task, Team player
Colors: Gold and blue
Offering Full-Time Kindergarten, Early Childhood
Describe: We are a small neighborhood school that is the center of the community and we have focus on the whole child. Our instructional focus is on PBL (project based learning). Project-Based Learning allows students to work together to gain knowledge and skills by
investigating and responding to real-world problems and challenges. The
focus of the program is on creating high interest, authentic, relevant
and complex learning experiences.
We love our volunteers and we are a school where everybody knows everybody!
PBiS focused and driven
Everyday Heroes – driven by students, involves all in community service
No Place for Hate designated school for the past five years
In Focus social/emotional intelligence daily curriculum for all students K-5
Project-Based Learning instruction supporting all students in academic achievement
Foster Grandparents and Rotary Volunteers
Reading Corps program
Free all day kindergarten
Popcorn & pickles provided by PTO monthly--it's fun--don't be afraid to ask :)
Best of all: strong parent community and a genuinely wonderful place to be!
Extracurricular: Chess, Destination Imagination, Game Nights, Science Fair, Spelling Bee; Z.A.P. (zeroes aren't possible), Environmental Club, Intramurals, Girls Running Club, and more
Climate: Cozy, nurturing, welcoming: every adult in the building cares about every student so that all students and all family members feel comfortable approaching any of us.
Parent/Volunteers: We have an active PTO (Parent/Teacher Organization) and SAC (School Accountability Committee).
We encourage and welcome volunteers into all of our classrooms. We are actively engaged with the Foster Grandparent program, Boys and Girls Club, Colorado State University, Front Range Community College, United Way and the Loveland Rotary Club.
For school history and facility information: See the district's Master Plan.