Elementary School Program
The elementary school, Memorial Hall, is comprised of students in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade. Students learn academic subjects in classrooms with an average class size of 15 students per teacher.
There is a concentrated effort on teaching literacy across the curriculum at the elementary level. Math, visual and performing arts programs, agricultural and environmental education, and computer instruction are important parts of the curriculum.
Students study concepts they have learned in the classroom by taking field trips to the school's Horticultural Center, Animal Center, or Dairy Farm; by performing in concerts and dance recitals; or writing books.
Other real-world learning experiences that help build character include Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts programs, intramural sports teams, and social skills lessons taught in the student home and throughout the Elementary Division.
Career awareness is introduced in the Elementary Division through classroom projects and student home projects. Additional learning opportunities include the Co-Pilot program for new students, a Home Life literacy program, and Student Government.
If a child has a special need in a subject area, additional help is provided by learning assistance teachers.
Parents are encouraged to follow the progress of their students.