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Mission
: "Quality education for each - Success for all"

School Vision: Adams Primary and Carrollton Elementary School is  a partnership of staff, parents students and community with the vision of students reaching their greatest potential to be a successful and productive citizen.

School Values and Collective Commitments
  • We will build the foundation of learning for all students.
  • We will prepare our students with knowledge, skills, and positive character necessary for their next level of learning.
  • We will provide a safe, supportive, and caring environment while fostering the social, emotional, and intellectual growth of each child.
  • We will monitor individual student growth with targets and goal setting.
  • We will use high standards to provide instructions to meet the needs of all students.
  • We will work together as a learning community.

Two buildings house the elementary students of Carrollton. Adams school houses grades Pre/K-1 while the Carrollton Elementary School houses grades 2-4. Ms. Sherry Kaiser is the principal for both buildings.
 NOTICE

Building Principal's Verification of Compliance with Highly Qualified Teachers.

"The building principal of each Title I school annually attests in writing, whether such school is in compliance with meeting the highly qualified teacher and instructional paraprofessional requirements." Evidence source - Signed and dated statement certifying all teachers teaching core subjects and instructional paraprofessionals are highly qualified with a list of exceptions, if applicable.




 
  
 
 Adams Primary
Grades K-1
 Carrollton Elementary School
Grades 2-4
 
 
 








Title 1 Committee Meetings

Title 1 committee meetings will be held at the Carrollton Elementary School instructional
coach’s office from 3:3 0 – 4:30 on the following dates: 
September 19th
November 28th
February 6th
April 10th
April 11th (Title 1 Year End Report-All Parents are welcome to attend. This meeting will be held in the CES Library.)

Parents, if you have any questions or concerns for the committee please call Kristy Goetting, 
542-2535. Thank you. 

COMPLAINT RESOLUTION PROCEDURES FOR NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND PROGRAMS

This complaint resolution procedure applies to all programs administered by the Missouri Department 
of Elementary and Secondary Education under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
     A complaint is a formal allegation that a specific federal or state law or regulation has been violated, 
misapplied, or misinterpreted by school district personnel or by Department of Education personnel.    
    Any parent or guardian, surrogate parent, teacher, administrator, school board member, or other 
person directly involved with an activity, program, or project operated under the general supervision 
of the Department may file a complaint. Such a complaint must be in writing and signed. It will 
provide specific details of the situation and indicate the law or regulation that is allegedly being 
violated, misapplied, or misinterpreted.
    The written, signed complaint must be filed and the resolution pursued in accordance with local 
district policy KL, KL-AP, and KL-AF. If the issue cannot be resolved at the local level, the complainant 
may file a complaint with the Missouri Department of Education. If there is no evidence that the 
parties have attempted in good faith to resolve the complaint at the local level, the Department may 
require the parties to do so and my provide technical assistance to facilitate such resolution. 
    Any persons directly affected by the actions of the Department may file a similarly written complaint if 
they believe state or federal laws or regulations have been violated, misapplied, or misinterpreted by 
the Department itself.
    Anyone wishing more information about this procedure or how complaints are resolved may contact 
local district or Department personnel.