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Van Elementary

The students and staff of Van Elementary School welcome you to our exciting and challenging school. As an elementary school, we encourage parents and visitors to be active learners and active participants in all that we do. We are proud of our school and glad to have you!

Our school, nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia, is made up of 140 students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grades. Our building houses an office, gym, classrooms, computer lab and library. We have an active Parent Teacher Organization, School Improvement Council, Faculty Senate, and Responsible Student Program.

Our curriculum consists of Reading, Math, Language, Spelling, Handwriting, Science, Social Studies, Music, Physical Education, and Health.

We have many programs at Van Elementary to better enhance our curriculum including:

Breakthrough to Literacy is an interactive software program for students in kindergarten and first grades. The program helps the child discover the relationship between speech and written text through active exploration and discovery of language in stories and word activities.

Accelerated Reader is a computer generated program designed to encourage reading and develop comprehension and reading skills. This program also promotes parent involvement.

Excel Math is a mathematics curriculum for our kindergarten through fifth grade students. Mathematical concepts are woven into a single smooth and coherent strand of curriculum. Students are repeatedly given practice in the use of the concepts, following their introdution, so that they retain them and develop a solid foundation on which to confidently build their mathematical skills.

Saxon Phonics is being taught in grades K-3.

Extra courses offered are: Strings, DARE, Developmental Guidance and Skills.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or comments!


Other Van Pages

Boone County Board of Education
Vision Statement
History of the School
Teachers and Staff
2001-2002 Photo Gallery
Old Photographs
2001 Science Fair