Chesterfield Elementary School 17700 Wild Horse Creek Rd, Chesterfield, MO63005 This school is part of the Rockwood School District and has been recognized with several awards and distinctions…More including a 2008 National School of Character and 2007 Missouri School of Character Award. The school has cross-age buddy programs to promote friendly, supportive relationships among grades. The school also offers activities to encourage parents and students to talk about school at home.
River Bend Elementary School 224 River Valley Dr, Chesterfield, MO63017 River Bend Elementary is a close-knit neighborhood elementary school. The active PTO hosts a number of fun events,…More including the River Bend Fun Run, Trick or Trunk and the River Bend Family Dance. The PTO also financially supports several enrichment programs, such as a program that works to incorporate art into all curriculum areas. The school emphasizes inquiry-based learning and focuses on creating a positive atmosphere of respect and support.
Highcroft believes in a strong partnership between home and school. It encourages parent involvement and…More communication — including regular newsletters and weekly notes — and believes parents are a child's first teacher.
Students receive art instruction, take part in music classes and participate in P.E. regularly at Highcroft. Kindergarten through fourth grades classrooms are self-contained. In fifth grade, students are organized into teams and each team's teachers share the planning and teaching for that team.
Kidzart 14320 S Outer 40 Rd, Chesterfield, MO63017
Artists of all ages are invited to join in the fun at Kidzart where they can learn to be creative through exciting…More classes and activities. Plan a birthday party for your child or plan a creative evening with your own friends. Everyone is welcome.
Kidzart has a team of highly talented instructors who are enthusiastic about teaching art. Most of the team comes from art education, fine art or elementary education backgrounds.
Visit their website for more information on parties or programs.
The Shenandoah Valley Elementary School has a very active and supportive community of parents and staff. The PTA…More hosts a fall festival every year and parents are frequently at the school to volunteer and work in classrooms. Each grade level has its own learning pod--a common area that classrooms are attached to.
The school is a positive behavior intervention and support (PBIS) school. Instead of focusing on punishing negative behavior, PBIS schools set specific expectations for student behavior and reward positive behavior that meets those expectations.
Like all Parkway schools, there are orchestra classes for third through fifth grades.