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CRUMP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Where the Best Achieve Excellence

OUR MISSION:

"Empowering all students for success in learning, leadership, and life."

OUR VISION:

 Crump Elementary School is a place where teaching and learning produce
well-rounded, high achieving students.

THE CRUMP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOALS:

SAFETY:

  • Maintain a positive, safe and respectful environment for all students and staff.

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT:

  • Accelerate and celebrate the academic performance of all students.

ACCOUNTABILITY:

  • Create an accountability system that evaluates the academic, operational and fiscal performance of our school...

FAMILY ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:

  • Build and strengthen family and community partnerships to support the academic and character development of all students.

DIVERSITY:

  • Create a school community that is sensitive and responsive to the needs of a diverse population.

OUR BELIEFS:  

  • We Believe that meeting the teaching and learning needs of our students is our primary focus.

 

  • We Believe that students learn best when engaged in a positive challenging learning environment that is managed by caring and competent adults.

 

  • We Believe that significant sustained achievement gains are made though the use of research based practices and faculty/staff professional development.

 

  • We Believe that the utilization of proactive, prevention and intervention measures are essential elements for improved self- esteem, self- actualization and self-discipline for students at Crump Elementary School.

 

  • We Believe that meaningful collaborations, responsiveness, sensitivity and high expectations among all stakeholders are vital to advance the mission and to fulfill the vision at Crump Elementary School.

 

“Where the Best Achieve Excellence”

 
Shelby County Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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