At Nottingham Elementary we value the uniqueness of the individual and believe in responding to the needs of each child. Together with the home and community, Nottingham staff provides rich opportunities for cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth. We are a Responsive Classroom (CARES) school.
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Trip Tracker is a Nottingham PTA
sponsored program that engages students, parents, school teachers and
staff by encouraging them to walk, bike, bus or carpool to school. In
doing so Trip Tracker helps decrease traffic around Nottingham, lowers
emissions, promotes wellness and creates a safer walking environment.
Knights then earn Tracker Bucks by keeping track of their trips and
reporting them to Nottingham. Tracker Bucks are delivered to school
monthly and can be spent at local businesses!
On January 15, the NESPTA and Nottingham Reading Specialists
Sarah Herlihy and Donna McConnell held a parent information session titled How to Support Your Child with Reading at Home. The event helped parents
learn how to motivate students to read more at home, find appropriately leveled
books, provide the correct level of support during at home reading, and finding
technology applications that are useful for building specific reading
Nottingham has, once again, received the 2014 Board of Education's Award for Excellence in Education! At Nottingham, academic excellence flourishes in a learning environment in which all stakeholders in the community work cooperatively to maintain. Students receive a nurturing, challenging educational experience that stimulates intellectual curiosity and encourages critical and creative thinking. We encourage parents/guardians to please take the time to congratulate their child's teacher on this outstanding achievement. We are proud of our talented staff and their collective, collaborative attitude towards excellence!
Arlington Public Schools prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy or marital status. This policy provides equal access to courses and programs, counseling services, physical education and athletics, vocational education, instructional materials and extra-curricular activities. Report violations of this policy to the Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services, 703-228-6008, or the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, 703-228-6110.