Norwood Creek Elementary School
The Norwood Creek Staff and I take great pride in the education that we offer our students. We set high expectations for every child and provide the support and enrichment each child needs to reach those expectations. We present a rich curriculum that educates the whole child.
Norwood Creek’s school motto is, ‘Learning Lasts a Lifetime’. As such, we believe that all children must be given access to a comprehensive core of knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will foster a love for learning, develop respect for self and other, and provide the basis for a lifetime of learning. Our focus ensures that all our students receive the best education possible. I want to also commend the on-going teamwork and dedication of our teachers, students, parents, and community.
It is my hope that our school’s ever-evolving web page will provide you with the information you are seeking. If, after your visit however, you have additional questions or would like to speak with me in person, you may reach me at (408) 270-6727.
Ruth Stephens RadlePrincipal
The Norwood Creek School community is committed to academic excellence. We believe that all children can learn in a supportive environment and that the teacher’s role is to facilitate learning. We believe that learning should be joyful and that questions are as important as answers. We believe in preparing students to learn in the ever-changing 21st century. We believe in the necessity of involving students in decision-making and shared responsibility for making the classroom a good place to be and to learn. We believe that the school must be a safe haven where the dignity of every person is respected. We believe that students need to learn to give to other and to their community, and that parents and the larger community must be involved in educating our children. These beliefs form from the basis of the school’s goals, of which we have three:
- To engage all students in powerful, meaningful 21st century learning experiences and a rich thinking curriculum.
- To develop every child’s social, ethical, emotional, physical, and intellectual potential.
- To involve parents in their children’s education.