Elementary School Education

  • Cabell County Schools strive to engage all students in a rigorous and relevant curriculum.  Through the process of progress monitoring and an intentional focus on individual student data, educators will assist students in meeting high levels of learning and mastery of the grade-level standards.

     

     
     

    2021-2022 Elementary School Academic Statement

    Cabell County Schools strives to engage all students in a rigorous and relevant curriculum.  Through the process of progress monitoring and an intentional focus on individual student data, educators will assist students in meeting high levels of learning and mastery of the grade level standards.

     

     


  • NewsELA

     

    Newsela is an online instructional content platform, featuring high-interest and leveled articles on everything from current events to social studies content standards to paired text aligned to the CKLA reading curriculum. Each lesson can be assigned digitally or as hard copies consisting of the article, vocabulary, thought-provoking quiz questions, and writing prompts aligned to questions on the WVGSA.  

    Newsela's range of reading levels invites targeted intervention and differentiation. Articles may be assigned to individuals as well as small groups, using the quizzes to track progress and make further instructional suggestions. Whole-class work has just as much potential; articles can be selected for targeted instruction on specific reading standards while modeling annotation and close-reading strategies for student learning. 

  • CABELL COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

     

    PROCEDURE FOR

    ADVANCED ENTRANCE INTO KINDERGARTEN

     

    The following procedure will be used to implement the provision for advanced entrance into kindergarten of Cabell County Board of Education – Policy 5112.

     

    1. Parent of child to be five (5) years of age between July 1 and August 31 will contact the principal of the school to be attended to request advanced entrance.

     

    1. The school must have room for children who are making application for advanced entry. We must first enroll those children who were born prior to July 1.  In most cases, we will not know what the regular enrollment will be until after school startsEARLY ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNTIL AFTER THE FIFTH DAY OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENT.  The school will try to notify you as early as possible as to whether your child may start to school.

    Early entries will be excluded at any time during the school year in order to make room for new students who live within the school district and are five (5) years of age prior to July 1. 

    1. Child to be five (5) years of age will be evaluated by observation through participation in the school’s kindergarten program for a minimum of one week.
    2. Observation of the child’s participation in the school kindergarten program will be for the purpose of permitting the child to demonstrate sufficient mental and physical competence for kindergarten placement.
    3. Child’s participation in kindergarten will be observed by a team, consisting of any or all of the following professionals.
    4.   Kindergarten teacher
    5.   Principal/Assistant Principal
    6.   Speech therapist – speech, language and hearing
    7.   Nurse – vision
    8. Child’s placement will be determined by the observation/evaluation of the child by school personnel.
    9. Parent conference will be held to discuss school personnel findings, recommendations and child’s placement status.
    10. All decisions by school personnel will be final.                                                                                                                
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    Kristin Giles
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    xecutive Director, Elementary Education
    304.528.5077
     
    Executive Secretary, Elementary Education
    304.528.5067  
     
    Academic Specialists:
     
    Schools: 
    Culloden, Davis Creek, Highlawn, Hite Saunders, Village of Barboursville
    304.528.5040 
     
    Schools:
    Cox Landing, Explorer Academy, Martha, Ona, Southside
    304.528.5040
     
    Schools: 
    Altizer, Central City, Meadows, Spring Hill
    304. 528.5040
     
    Schools:
    Guyandotte, Milton, Nichols, Salt Rock
    304.528.5040