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Mayberry… to create learners, creative thinkers, and leaders
Message from Ms. Correa
Welcome to the Dr. Franklin H. Mayberry School Website!
The staff and students of Mayberry School wish Mrs. Correa much luck on her retirement! We will miss you!
We would like to welcome, Ms. Anne Axton-Jones as Mayberry's Principal for the upcoming school year.
School may be winding down for summer break, but your reading skills shouldn't take a vacation! The Literacy Coaches at Mayberry highly encourage ALL students to participate in the Governor's Summer Reading Challenge. All children will be receiving a summer reading packet which includes a reading journal, a parent letter, and suggested book lists. If by chance your reading log or summer reading packet gets swept out to sea this summer, follow the link to print another copy at home! Happy Reading!! Summer Reading Packet
Do you have a child who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall? Please see the flier below for details on how to register your child. Kindergarten Registration
At Mayberry School, we strive “to create learners, creative thinkers, and leaders.” We are a K through 5 neighborhood school with close to 400 students that live in or near the Mayberry Village community. Mayberry School reflects the diversity of the community. Almost one fourth of our students come from homes where English is not the primary language.
The Mayberry School Improvement Plan’s Theory of Action states: “If the Mayberry School staff, in partnership with families and the community, identifies, delivers and monitors highly effective teaching practices aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the English Language Learners (ELL) frameworks as outlined in the school improvement plan,
Then, Mayberry School will provide a safe and nurturing climate, along with rigorous academic expectations, which will result in improved student performance.”
The Mayberry School Community has four major expectations for the children: the children are to be safe, they are to be responsible, respectful and they are to be problem solvers. Through a Positive Behavior Intervention Support Program (PBIS), students that consistently model these behaviors earn special rewards at weekly and monthly events.
In creating an environment that encourages a partnership between our school, our parents and the Mayberry community, we have a variety of resources. These resources include the Family Resource Center, the Larson School Based Health Center and a before and after-school program through the local YMCA. We also have a School Governance Council that serves as an advisory council to the principal, and an active Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). I invite you to browse through our website and view the school calendar, school activities and other links to learn about all the exciting things happening at Mayberry School.