Stricker Elementary School Statements

“Educating students for the needs and challenges of today and tomorrow.”


  • All students can learn and should be provided with a variety of instructional approaches.
  • Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual characteristics. All students and faculty members have the right to be treated with dignity and respect.
  • A safe, comfortable environment is essential for quality instruction and student learning.


The teachers of Stricker Elementary School will:

  • Believe that each student can learn.
  • Show respect for each child and his or her family.
  • Help each child grow to his or her fullest potential.
  • Maintain lines of communication with students and parents.
  • Seek ways to involve parents in the school program.
  • Demonstrate professional behavior and a positive attitude.

The students of Stricker Elementary School will:

  • Always do their best work and use their best behavior.
  • Show respect for self, school grounds, and other people all teachers and support staff.
  • Believe that they can and will learn.

The parents/guardians of Stricker Elementary School will:

  • See that their child attends school regularly and arrives on time.
  • Communicate regularly with their child’s teachers.
  • Support the school in developing positive behaviors.
  • Show respect and support for their child, the teacher, and the school.


A Stricker Elementary School student . . .

  • is respectful and considerate.
  • is responsible.
  • is on time and prepared for school.
  • is aware that he/she is to respect the word of any adult and speak courteously to him/her.
  • obeys the bus driver's directions.
  • enters the building only at appropriate times and with a teacher's permission/supervision.
  • does not use bad language.
  • shares the play equipment and takes turns.
  • practices safe behaviors at all times.
  • walks quietly at all times inside the building.
  • asks for the teacher's permission to leave the classroom.
  • is considerate of others by talking in a low voice inside the building.
  • leaves gum, candy, and toys at home.
  • uses the restrooms only for those purposes for which they were designed.
  • dresses appropriately.