Silverdale first opened its doors in 1979. In the fall of 2016, we returned to a newly remodeled building! We are so grateful for the community support that made this happen.
We have several programs that support our students' academic growth. We currently have programs supporting the special needs population through Resource Room, District Level Programming (Self-Contained), and intervention services through LAP, ELL. The highly capable and gifted are offered challenges through classroom extension activities. Those qualifying may also participate in the Alex program or Team Venture program.
Silverdale has many opportunities for students to take an active part in our school community. Visit the Activities link above to look at the variety of options and encourage your child to join a group!
The staff at Silverdale Elementary have implemented a number of plans that proactively encourage student success. Character Counts promotes opportunities and recognizes students who demonstrate quality characteristics. Kelso's choice is another strategy used to help students problem solve especially at recess. These strategies teach students responsibility and allow them to grow through their mistakes.
Partnerships with parents are important to us. Students are most successful when we take the “village” approach to education. Don’t be shy—get involved! We welcome the opportunity to partner with you.