Immaculate Conception Elementary is a place where children grow socially, academically and spiritually. Here they will build a foundation of faith and friends that – along with reading and math skills – will serve them for a lifetime.
- Small class sizes
- PreK-12 curriculum mapping
- Research-based, small group literacy program
- Framework-first approach to conceptual understanding of mathematics
- Year-round, individualized progress monitoring
- Support for learners of all abilities
- Professional Learning Communities for consistency among teaches
- Weekly art, library, music and physical education instruction; optional Spanish
- Chef-prepared, whole foods hot lunch program
- St. Joseph Club after school care
Learn why Catholic schools are so effective by attending one of our upcoming open houses.
PreKINDERGARTEN: A YEAR OF GROWTH AND LEARNING
To be eligible for PreK, a student must be age 5 by May 1, 2024. This program is intended for children enrolling into our Kindergarten the following fall. If your child is age-eligible for Kindergarten but you’re considering Prekindergarten, you might want to check out this article by our Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Matt Bauman. We are happy to talk with you about the pros and cons of the extra year in preschool.
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Effective with the 2023/24 school year, uniforms are required in PreK.
KINDERGARTEN: BIG FIRST STEP
Whether your child has remained at home until now or attend preschool/daycare, they will be loved and welcomed into our Kindergarten family of friends. Our experienced faculty and staff will work with your child to help them feel appropriately challenged each day, and supported as needed. Parents are welcome to be involved in our school through volunteering, during special events, classroom parties, and more.
Kindergarteners must be 5 by September 1. If you’re considering PreKindergarten because of your child’s birthday or readiness signals, you might want to check out this parent’s perspective which talks about the practice of “academic red shirting.” We are happy to talk with you to discuss any questions or concerns you may have.
READING UNLOCKS LEARNING
Our reading initiative is designed to help students master the art of reading, so they’ll be well-prepared for learning later on. We dedicate 90-120 minutes of uninterrupted instruction to literacy each day. To learn more about this research-based approach, please visit the Reading area of our website.
WHERE FAITH COMES TO LIFE
Weekly Mass is celebrated each week. Each class takes turns planning the liturgy and participating in different aspects of Mass, from lectoring to holding Psalm placards. Parents and grandparents and other special friends are welcome!
FIFTH GRADE BAND
All fifth graders are enrolled in Band and attend class three times a week under the instruction of Mr. Charles Taylor. Students begin with recorders during the first semester and transition to musical instruments second semester. You will be amazed at their concert at the Festival of Arts in May!
UPPER ELEMENTARY IS “EXTRA” SPECIAL
Elementary students can take advantage of an ever-changing menu of enrichment opportunities. Registration is via the Popsicle app. Here are some of our recent offerings:
- Challenge Island (STEAM)
- Spanish and Spanish story time
- St. Gabriel’s Messengers (choir and cantor group)
- Creative drama – spotlight on the Saints