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Elkhart Elementary
1020 Eagle St.
Aurora, CO 80011 [map]
303-340-3050
Fax 303-326-1214
Ron Schumacher, Principal
Laura Kennedy, Asst. Principal
Lucia Carrera, Secretary
Emma Lopez, Family Liaison
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Welcome to Elkhart Elementary!

Mission Statement
"Elkhart Elementary fosters respectful, lifelong learners who use inquiry , critical thinking, and problem solving skills to be socially responsible individuals who positively impact our world."

Front of School

Elkhart Elementary School supports the District's vision that "Every student shapes a successful future." To achieve that end, our vision is to prepare students for success in middle school. We will achieve this by ensuring that every student can perform, at least, grade level proficiency in reading, writing and mathematics by fifth grade.

International Baccalaureate Night Invitation

Elkhart Elementary School is a Title 1 School.

Energy use reduction practices at Elkhart are demonstrated by the polar bear---if he’s happy we’re reducing our energy use! If he’s sad, then we need to step up!

November 9 Family Message

Dear Elkhart Families:

Please talk with your students about being on their best behavior all the time.  This week we had more behavior problems than any other time so far this year.  I want to make sure we get back on track for having the best year ever.

And as always, make sure your student is here on time, everyday.

Sincerely,

Ron Schumacher

November 2 Family Message

Dear Elkhart Families:

Our kids are doing a great job.  October is typically a bad month for behavior, but we reduced referrals by nearly 80%.  I am so pleased with the respectful behavior of our students.  Please talk with your child about the importance of good behavior.

Please remember that you should make sure your child reads for a minimum of 20 minutes a night.  It is important for their future success.

And as always, make sure your student is here on time, everyday.

Sincerely,

Ron Schumacher


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