Kinloch Elementary School
KINLOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
The Kinloch Learning Community is committed to ensuring an educational foundation for all students. We will promote a healthy, social, emotional and child-friendly atmosphere by offering multiple learning opportunities to meet the needs of each individual child.
Kinloch Elementary School has approximately five hundred students enrolled in kindergarten through fourth grade. Our professional staff consists of seventeen classroom teachers; a speech/language pathologist, social worker, counselor, school psychologist, support, Title I, art, computer, media center, music, physical education, and Spanish/literacy teachers. A secretary, paraprofessionals, bus drivers, custodian and lunch personnel are also involved in the operation of our building.
One of the most important factors of children’s success in school is that of the involvement of our parents in their child’s educational process. Therefore, parent involvement is strongly encouraged. The Kinloch staff believes that both home and school share in the responsibility of educating children and we strive to all work together to enhance the positive academic and social skills.
We believe that all students can learn and we are dedicated to educate them in a safe, and nurturing learning environment where they will realize their fullest potential in order to become independent learners and responsible citizens.
Please feel free to contact the office or stop by for a visit. We would be excited to show you the strengths of our students, staff, educational programs and facilities.
The Board of Education will be conducting second interviews two Superintendent Finalists on October 2nd and October 3rd at Crestwood High School. Members of key stakeholder groups are invited to meet with the finalists. The finalists will have the opportunity to share their vision for the District, professional experience, and why they want the opportunity to serve as Crestwood's superintendent. Stakeholders will be able to ask questions. Those present will be asked to provide written feedback that will be shared with the Board of Education.
Please see linked document below for times, location and complete details,
The Crestwood School District, Department of Special Education is seeking your assistance and advice from our current pool of families with participants in our Special Education programs. Our goal, as always, is to improve our programs while developing stronger family engagement throughout the year.
The School Board Office has moved to 27235 Joy Road and is now open for Student Registration and other business matters. All phone numbers are the same. Call 313-278-0906 for more information.
School starts at 8:41 am
Dismissal is at 3:40 pm
(Together Everyone Achieves More)
The Kinloch School Pledge
- I will show respect for myself.
- I will show respect for others.
- I will be responsible for my actions.
- I will try to do my best.
- I can learn.
- I will learn.