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.
As a way to promote reading, The Mount Laurel Fire Department and The Mount Laurel Library are excited to announce the ninth year of the Get Fired Up for Literacy program. This is a reading contest for all Mount Laurel public school students in grades 1-4. The contest will begin Friday, December 22, 2017 and will end Friday, January 5, 2018.
A Path to Success 2030
Where do we go from here?
The December 7 session of our Strategic Planning Initiative brought more than 80 participants out to begin laying the framework for our action plan. In eight areas identified by consensus during the first two sessions, those present suggested first steps to implement many of the items that had been recommended. Minutes from the December 7 session will be posted below shortly.
In January, an invitation will go out to all community members to participate in a survey, for those who were unable to attend. Following responses to the survey, committees will be formed to actually write the three-year strategic plan. anyone interested in serving on the plan committee is asked to contact Superintendent George J. Rafferty. The committee will hold three meetings, each
limited to 90-minutes.
Minutes from our November 2 and November 30 Meetings
Our November 2 meeting focused on Points of Pride - those things participants were most proud of within the Mount Laurel Schools. More than 130 community members worked in 30 small groups to identify personal points of pride first, and then discussed those items within the group to come to consensus on items they had identified in common.
The theme for the November 30 meeting was "Expectations for the Future," those things that participants would like to see if they looked back three years from now in our schools. Individuals once again noted their ideas first, and then shared them with the group to come to a small numbers of consensus items everyone agreed upon. Minutes reflect both the Consensus Items and the individual responses.Here are the complete minutes from the November 30 Expectations for the Future Meeting.
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