Dear Parents and Guardians,
Our 2022-2023 school theme is “Game On!”
As I enter my second year as the principal of this great school, I am optimistic about the upcoming year. I am looking forward to having visitors and in person events all year. Please check our school website and read teachers’ newsletters weekly for school updates.
If you have a question or concern, please reach out to your child’s teacher, myself, or our Assistant Principal, Mrs. Rainie Hurley. We are all here to help and make your child’s education a successful one.
We would love for you to be part of our PTA! Let your child’s teacher know if you are interested, or visit our school website to get more information.
Reminder – The first bell rings at 7:50, when drop off may begin. School begins at 8:20. Please arrive on time to avoid your child being tardy and losing instructional time.
If you are visiting our school campus to volunteer, attend an event, eat lunch with your child, etc. please make sure you have your ID and check in at the front office. Please keep contact information current through the front office and your child’s teacher. It is important that we are able to get in touch with you at all times.
We are looking forward to a successful year!
Your Partner in Education,
Misty Hebbler, Principal
To ensure the development of the whole child and promote lifelong learning. Covington Elementary will provide differentiated instruction within a safe and nurturing environment by utilizing respectful communication and collaboration among students, families, staff, and community.
- Students, teachers, families, and the community share the responsibility for student safety and success.
- Each child is thought of as an individual, therefore, varied learning experiences and opportunities are provided for social, cognitive, emotional and physical student growth.
- A student’s self-esteem is enhanced by positive, professional relationships and mutual respect.
- Communication and collaboration among faculty, families, and community is essential for student success