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School Mission & Vision

Mission Statement:
 
The staff at Elliott Elementary School believes all students can learn and provides a high quality Common Core Standards Based curriculum through caring and best practices of instruction.
 
 
Vision Statement:
 
Elliott School World Navigators appreciate diversity, become technologically literate, develop skills for academic success, and utilize critical thinking skills to communicate effectively. We are a community of lifelong learners, responsible global citizens, and champions of our own success. We are respectful, kind and responsible.

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5th Grade Parent Survey- Please complete

Every year we ask the parents of 5th graders to fill out an online survey. This data is used to help us to assess our school and gather information from our 5th grade parents about our school climate. We ask that each 5th grade parent take this survey. Once you complete the survey, please send a note to your child's classroom teacher so your child will receive 2 Paw cards for reminding you to take the survey. Thank you for your help. Here is the link to the survey: https://surveys.wested.org/csps/MW723XW

PTA Reflections - Fine Art Contest

Students who are interested in participating in this year's PTA Reflections fine arts contest, all entries are due by Friday October 18th to our Elliott PTA. This year's theme is "Look Within" which should generate many self reflective pieces of expression. Students may enter in the categories of literature, music composition, photography, visual art, dance choreography, and film production. We have many talented students at Elliott and here is a chance for them to shine. Please visit this website for further details and the actual entry form: https://capta.org/resource/participant-forms/

New Visitor Management System Coming to ABCUSD Schools

ABC Unified School District campuses will soon be using a new computerized Visitor Management System, adding another layer of security to local schools. Visitors will now have to present any government-issued picture ID to enter school grounds.