Belief Statements: Learning is a lifelong process. Collaboration of students, parents and staff has the greatest impact on student growth.
Students benefit academically in a safe, supportive and stimulating environment.
The purpose of Fordline Elementary is to offer a high quality education for all students. Teachers use the Common Core State Standards as
a measure of skills that students should achieve. Teachers use ongoing assessments to check for student achievement towards these grade
level expectations. The data from these assessments help determine which students need extra support. The data includes: Guided Reading
Levels, Writing rubric scores, Numeracy screeners, Performance tasks and skill area levels for all academic areas including science and
social studies. Teachers officially turn in a list of students who need extra assistance in September, January, and March. Students who are At-Risk receive extra support in a number of ways. Once identified students may receive extra help from an Interventionist during the day and/or after-school tutoring. We also
use school social workers to assist students who are struggling in other non-academic areas.