About Mulberry Elementary School

Mulberry School at a Glance

  • Mulberry serves 300 students in grades kindergarten through sixth.
  • We maintain our North Central Accreditation (NCA) by participating in a self-study, team validation visitation and yearly compliance with NCA standards.
  • Mulberry is a professional learning community (PLC) with built-in weekly collaborative meetings.
  • The school promotes leadership through the Leader in Me initiative.   Students are taught, and use, Steven Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People throughout the school day.
  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) is a research-based framework that aligns to our Leader in Me work.  Our teachers teach, model, and reinforce school-wide expectations for our hallways, cafeteria, bathrooms, playground, classrooms, lines, etc.  Students work toward earning individual and school-wide goals.  Past celebrations have included Polar Express day and a school-wide spring picnic as examples.
  • Art, Music, and Physical Education are offered on a three-day rotation serving all grades at Mulberry.
  • Our schedule includes a daily enrichment/intervention block of time which ensures that our staff has an opportunity to meet the needs of all children, socially and academically.
  • Mulberry offers a varied counseling program, including weekly classroom instructions as well as small group and individual counseling.
  • The Gifted and Talented (GT) program is designed to offer special instruction to further develop students academically, socially, and emotionally to their fullest potential.  Whole class instruction as well as small group interaction is utilized to best meet the needs of the individual students.
  • Our Special Education programming utilizes specially-designed instruction (SDI) to meet student’s individual needs.
  • Access to technology for all students is a priority for our school.  Mulberry offers 1:1 computer access for grades 3-5, along with iPad availability for grades K-2.  Each classroom has smartboards that teachers utilize to deliver literacy, math and science instruction.
  • We offer a daily breakfast and lunch program.
  • Mulberry PTO meets regularly and works to raise money to help offset the cost of field trips, technology, bus transportation, and special events.
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