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Schriever Elementary School

Terrebonne Parish School District

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09-17-2021 - Reopening of School's Schedule

Please follow this link to download the School's Reopening Schedule due to Hurricane Ida.

 

09-17-2021 TPSD Hurricane IDA Update - School Reopening Schedule

 

Please note, this schedule could change if necessary.

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Schriever Elementary School, in partnership with parents and community, is committed to ensuring all students learn by educating the whole child academically and socially. Through inquiry and discussion, students will discover new ways of thinking with an aligned essential curriculum while advancing to the next educational level on the path to college and career readiness.

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Each and every student at Schriever Elementary will strive for success in academics and behavior. 

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Congratulations to our outstanding Computer Lab teacher, Ms. Christina Oubre, for being selected as Schriever Elementary's 2021-22 Teacher of the Year. 
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About Us

Schriever School was erected in 1948 and has served the Schriever community for more than 70 years. Currently, Schriever Elementary School educates over 500 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Third Grade.

Schriever Elementary School is a Title 1 school. Title 1 funds are used to fund Pre-Kindergarten, technology, Staffing- Instructional Coach, Paraprofessional, and Professional Development. 

Teachers participate in weekly Professional Learning Communities in which they are allowed time to collaborate and analyze data to make instructional decisions. Grade level teams work together to plan for learning through meaningful instructional tasks and assessments aligned to the grade level curriculum standards defined by the Louisiana Department of Education. To continue instructional support, teachers participate in professional development activities throughout the school year.

Teamwork is the key to our success at Schriever Elementary School.