Springville Elementary School

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520 Hartford Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054  |  P: 856-231-4140  |  F: 856-231-4146

Welcome to Springville Elementary!

Inspiring Potential. Enriching Futures.

Dr. Gailen Mitchell
Principal

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.

At 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.

Recognizing and responding to the developmental needs and varied learning styles of our students is essential. Each child at Springville is treated as an individual, with enrichment or remediation available whenever necessary. 

Students: Register Now for the Get Fired Up For Literacy Contest!

As a way to promote reading, The Mount Laurel Fire Department and the Mount Laurel Library are excited to announce the sixth 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 Saturday, December 21, 2014 and will end Sunday, January 4, 2015.
 
One student from each grade who reads the most minutes during this time period will be deemed a winner. There will be 4 winners per school and a total of 24 backpacks awarded as prizes throughout the Mount Laurel School District.
 
One grand prize winner will be randomly selected at each school from the pool of winners mentioned above. Each grand prize winner will receive a ride to school in a fire truck.
 
Finally, each student who participates and reads a minimum of 60 minutes will receive a certificate.
 
Note: Previous grand prize winners are not eligible for fire truck rides.
 
The grand prize winners will receive a telephone call from the Mount Laurel Fire Department prior to the results being posted on the Mount Laurel Fire Department’s website. The winners will be posted Monday, January 12, 2015, and the fire truck rides will be given the week of February 19, 2015.
 
To register: visit the Fire Department or Library websites OR simply complete the reading log here and return it to school no later than Monday, January 5, 2015.

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The Burlington County Health Department has observed an increase in reports of norovirus, commonly known as the “stomach flu”. Symptoms usually include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach cramping and last for 24-48 hours. Norovirus is easily spread and can be a challenge to control in a school setting. Students will be sent home if they are experiencing symptoms. Students can return to school when their symptoms subside. However, they can remain contagious to others for several days. For this reason, strict adherence to handwashing and environmental cleaning polices is essential. Attached is a fact sheet on norovirus, and some handwashing guidelines that may provide helpful reminders.










2014 Education Summit Webpage Link

More than 100 community members participated in the district's 2014 Education Summit on May 15. Discussion centered on the transformation facing our schools, namely the new Common Core Standards, the new PARCC Test to be administered in 2015 and student attendance rates. The resulting group discussion led to a number of suggestions for better communication within the community.
Check out our 2014 Summit webpage here to view the presentation and check for frequent updates.

Events Calendar

December 23
Winter Sing-A-Long

December 23
Early Dismissal for Winter Recess

December 24 - January 2
Winter Recess
Schools Closed
 
January 6
Board of Education
Reorganization Meeting
 
January 9
Family Bingo Night
 
January 19
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Schools Closed
 
January 26-30
Theater Week and Performance
 

Parents: Looking for a program to keep your children safe while surfing the Internet? The program we use here in school is now available to you at home. Here's more information.

School Performance 2012-13

How May We Help You?

Just looking for a quick and basic guide to specific information about our schools? The links below will provide you with a basic fact sheet on the topics listed. Don't see something you wish was here? Just yell! We'll get it up right away for you.

Registering a child new to the district

Kindergarten registration
Job Opportunities - Certified
Job Opportunities - Support and Substitute
School Locations and Contact Info

Map of our schools and sending areas

Anti-Bullying


District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Kelly Neiman
Mount Laurel Hartford School
397 Hartford Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Telephone - 856-231-5899

Student & Parent Info

School Hours:
Grades 1-4: 9 a.m. - 3:25 p.m.
Kindergarten A.M.: 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Kindergarten P.M.: 12:55 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.

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,
520 Hartford Road, 856-231-4140

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