For the safety of your children and all the children at school, we require all visitors to report to the office upon entering the school grounds through the front main doors.
If you must pick up your child before dismissal, please do so before 2:45. This will cause less confusion.
All requests to change a child's bus or mode of transportation must be made in writing by the parent or legal guardian.
Phone requests will NOT be accepted.
If your child is in need of a jacket, sweater, or a uniform, please contact the Schriever school counselor. Also, if you have any gently worn uniforms, please consider donating them to school.
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.
Each and every student at Schriever Elementary will strive for success in academics and behavior.
Schriever Elementary School has approximately 610 students in Pre-Kindergarten to Third Grade. Class sizes are approximately 20 students per class.
Teachers enjoy weekly Professional Learning Communities, at which they are given time to collaborate and analyze data. Teachers are also given four additional planning periods throughout the week. To continue instructional support, all teachers are invited to frequent after school professional development opportunities on topics such as classroom management, student engagement, and small group instruction. Grade level teams work closely together to plan and prepare lessons and assessments.
Teamwork is the key to our success at Schriever Elementary School.
To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services [DCFS] Child Protection Hotline:
Toll free, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Pre-K Visits the Theatre and Museum
K Celebrates 100 Days
Schriever kindergarten teachers Chantelle Chatagnier, Jamie Luke, and Blaire Dufresne dressed up as 100 year old ladies in celebration of the 100th day of school.
Red Out Friday