Welcome to Springville Elementary!
Dr. Gailen Mitchell
The Springville School is
home to 447 students in Grades K-4, and 80 staff members, each school
day. Our goal is to develop knowledgeable, responsible, confident
citizens with a love of learning to last a lifetime. We encourage our
students to create, to take chances, to become active learners and to
appreciate and enjoy their learning opportunities. Building strong
character, civic responsibility and respect for diversity in our
students is an also an ongoing goal. We hope our children realize they
can make a difference.
Springville, we stress character education, goal setting, creative
spirit and student recognition. Springville's success lies in a deep
commitment to building the total child. This success begins with the
entire school community working together for the academic, social and
personal growth of our students. We provide many opportunities for our
students to perform community service as student ambassadors, buddies
for lower grades, safety patrol and school-wide service projects.
A Path to Success 2030:
Please Complete The Online Survey
The final phase in Mount Laurel Schools' Strategic Planning Initiative before a new action plan is written is to garner public input via the Online Community Survey, both for those who have participated in the process thus far and those who were unable to attend previous sessions. Won't you please add your voice to help shape the future of education for Mount Laurel's children?
The deadline to respond to the survey is January 31.
Larchmont – 21 participants
Emily Schork, first grade - Grand Prize
Vinochan Pavasuvaman, second grade
Ionna Moustakas, third grade
Daniel Perez, fourth grade
Fleetwood – 15 participants
Aadhavan Rengapragash, first grade - Grand Prize
Prisha Srinivasan, second grade
Michael Greco, third grade
Nithilan Rengapragash, fourth grade
Springville – 17 participants
Elijah Barr, third grade - Grand Prize
Lana Barr, first grade
Jordyn Smith, second grade
William Chen, fourth grade
Countryside – 11 participants
Adhish Ravikumar, first grade - Grand Prize
Amelia Les, second grade
Ishani Basu, third grade
Danielle Pierce, fourth grade
Hillside – 16 participants
Connor Cheung, first grade - Grand Prize
Vibhav Boddu, second grade
Rana Mohamed-Naseer, third grade
Rut Patil, fourth grade
Parkway – 10 participants
Nick Cline, first grade - Grand Prize
Jeremy Coffman, second grade
(none in third grade)
Nadia Nash, fourth grade
We will not call you
earlier than 5 a.m.
How Will I Be Advised of Winter Weather Changes?
If it snows … or other weather conditions cause us to close schools or announce a two-hour delayed opening, here’s how you will know:
Through School Messenger, we call your primary phone number as listed in our Power School Student Information System with a recorded message. If we have cell numbers for you, it goes to them also. We send an e-mail to any e-mail address listed in your account and we text the message to your cell numbers, as long as you have opted-in to receive those messages. To opt-in for texts, simply text the word subscribe to the number 68453 from your cell phone.
Registering Your Child
Early dismissal grades 1-4: 1 p.m.
* On half-days, P.M. Kindergarten begins at 10:30 a.m. and dismisses at 1 p.m.
Springville School's Anti-Bullying Specialist is Michael Sansone,
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Telephone - 856-231-5899