CAMPUS ELEMENTARY (PK-5)
710 Benjamin Ave, SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506
Phone: 616-819-3525 | Fax: 616-819-3526
Breakfast 8:10 a.m.
Start Time 8:30 a.m.
Dismissal 3:26 p.m.
Half Day Dismissal 11:40 a.m.
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The Campus Elementary building is centrally located in Grand Rapids. Updated equipment and furnishings create a welcoming environment for students and families.
Consider Campus Elementary for your child if:
- You are seeking teachers who believe in your child’s potential to learn and achieve.
- You want your child to learn in an environment of high expectations.
- You value strong relationships with faculty and other parents.
Campus Elementary has shown a commitment to ensuring students experience an engaging curriculum and high achievement. Staff work with each student to identify their needs and help them take their learning to the next level. As a result, 92% of parents feel their child is challenged at school.
The teachers at Campus Elementary are committed to student success. They go above and beyond to ensure that student’s needs are met, that parents are involved in their child’s education and that students have a positive experience. In a recent survey, 95% of parents said they feel comfortable talking with their child’s teachers.
PARENTS AS PARTNERS
Campus Elementary values parents as partners in their child’s education. Parents are regularly involved as volunteers and participate in many family events throughout the year. According to a recent parent survey, 93% of parents feel welcome at their child’s school.
SAFE AND SECURE
A recent survey showed that 88% of students feel safe at Campus Elementary. Students participate in a program known as Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS). Students are recognized for making good choices and showing positive behavior. The number of students being recognized for good behavior at monthly PBIS celebrations has consistently increased, while referrals to the office for behavior issues have steadily decreased.