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Principal's Message

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January 2020
 
Happy New Year! The first part of the 2019-2020 school year has gone by quickly! We are well into the second trimester and approaching the mid-year benchmarking period. During this time, students will complete testing in math, reading and writing to assess their progress from the beginning of the year. AimsWeb Plus will continue to be used to assess students in grades K-3, while STAR will be used to monitor the progress of our grades 4 and 5 students. In addition, students in grades 2 and 3 have ongoing assessment in reading using the Independent Reading Level Assessment, as part of our American Reading Company curriculum. As we know, this is one way teachers assess student progress over the course of the year. Results of this testing will be communicated with parents in a timely manner.

I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank our Clayville families for your generosity during the holiday season. Thanks to many of you, our annual Food Drive and Give-a-Gift Drive was a success and helped support local families in need. I am truly thankful for a school community that enthusiastically contributes so much to our school. We are all filled with Wildcat Pride!
 

Warm Regards,
Courtney Francis, Principal

Who We Are:

Clayville is a Prek-5 school that embodies the tight-knit, impassioned, and sincere values of its families. At Clayville, we celebrate the traditions of the past, while also embracing the challenges of the future.

Mission:

The mission of the Clayville Elementary School Community is to provide all students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve high academic standards while encouraging curiosity, promoting responsibility, and building character in a nurturing learning environment.

Our Core Values:

Our staff is committed to providing outstanding educational opportunities in a safe and nurturing environment. We also remain dedicated to teaching and modeling our belief and value system guided by our 6 Core Values; Respect, Inclusion, Caring, Honesty, Effort, and Responsibility

Upcoming Events

Art Club

Time: 3 PM – 4:15 PM

Recent News

Updated Use of School Facilities and Fields by Non-School Based Organizations Application

The updated Use of School Facilities and Fields by Non-School Based Organizations Application can now be found by clicking on "School Committee" in the blue banner at the top of the page, then choose the "Policies and Procedures" tab and scroll all the way to the bottom of the page. At this time we are only able to accept hard copies of the application.
Clayville School Earns a 5-Star Rating! Featured Photo

Clayville School Earns a 5-Star Rating!

After earning a 3-Star Rating on RIDE's accountability system in the 2017-2018 school year, Clayville School has jumped to a 5-Star Rating for the 2018-2019 school year! 5 Stars is is the highest rating possible. Congratulations to our staff, students, and school community for this achievement!
Mr. John Barnes

Teacher of the Year

Celebrating Scituate's Teacher of the Year. Middle School teacher, Mr. John Barnes!
Commissioner Green Visit Clayville Elementary Featured Photo

Commissioner Green Visit Clayville Elementary

On Wednesday, I met a pretty remarkable person. Jeff Spicer attended Clayville Elementary School in Scituate growing up. Fast forward to today, and he has been a custodian there for 30 years. Jeff takes an incredible amount of pride in his job, reflected in the gleaming floors of his school building. He also has pride in his school community. Every morning, Jeff greets his kids at the bus, offering up high-fives to get their day off on the right foot. It’s a small gesture, but it means a lot.

At a Glance

  • 7.1:1 Student to Teacher Ratio
  • 100% RICAS participation rate
  • 3 out of 3 score for growth in math
  • 72 English Proficiency Index
  • 79% of faculty have 3+ years teaching experience
  • 95% of students feel like there is an adult at school they can talk to
  • 88% of students say their teacher encourages them to do their best
  • 4.7% Teacher Absenteeism
  • 84% of students think their school is a positive place
  • 88% of students said their teachers are excited to teach
  • 85% of students say their teachers have high expectations of them

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