About Us:Elda Elementary has been named a School of Distinction and has an Excellent with Distinction rating from the state of Ohio. The school serves about 400 students in grades kindergarten through three. Elda believes in meeting the child at their level and moving them forward. In order to meet the needs of all students, Elda uses a balanced literacy approach to reading and writing. Elda knows the importance of students being actively involved in their learning and the staff strives for hands-on learning experiences.
Our Mission:All Elda Elementary students will succeed to their fullest potential.
The students will strive for personal academic excellence, be active learners and problem solvers in a nurturing environment, be supported through a partnership between school, parents and community, develop positive self-esteem as well as respect for others and our world, and become life-long learners.
Elda's Pride Pledge:Be Respectful
Be a Peaceful Problem Solver.
We can learn and we will learn.
Elda Elementary is a Title I served building. Federal money is used to supplement reading instruction in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Parents may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child’s Title I and classroom teacher.
Parents may request policies regarding student participation in state-mandated assessments
All inquiries should be sent to Adam Hull, building principal.
The Safer Ohio School Tip Line is a free safety resource available to all Ohio schools. The tip line is an anonymous reporting system that accepts both calls and texts 24 hours-a-day.
This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety — whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.
Things to report to the tip line include (but are not limited to):
- Bullying incidents;
- Withdrawn student behaviors;
- Verbal or written threats observed toward students, faculty or schools;
- Weapon/suspicious devices on or near school grounds;
- Gang related activities;
- Unusual/suspicious behavior of students or staff;
- Self-harm or suicidal sentiments; and
- Any other school safety-related concerns.