Heritage Elementary School
 Date updated - Summer 2018
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District: Red Clay Consolidated School District Telephone: (302) 454-3424
Address: 2815 Highlands Lane, Wilmington DE 19808 Web: Heritage Elementary School Page
Principal: Alice Conlin
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

Grade 19469
Grade 29793
Grade 310290
Grade 4107102
Grade 5106100

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School Promotion by Grade

Grade 198.9%
Grade 299.0%
Grade 399.0%
Grade 4100.0%
Grade 5100.0%

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Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

African American9.7%8.1%
American Indian0.2%0.2%
Hawaiian 0.2%

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Other Student Characteristics

English Language Learner7.2%
Low Income22.8%
Special Education8.7%
Enrolled for Full Year100.0%

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Recently Arrived ELL Students

Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment0

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Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2017-18)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

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School Finances

District Expenditure per Pupil (2016-17)


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District Sources of Revenue (2016-17)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2016-17)

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Exemplary Programs
At Heritage Elementary School, we have implemented exemplary programs that encourage social as well as intellectual growth. Our teachers follow the Red Clay District curriculum which is based on state standards and grade level expectations. Our Talented and Gifted (TAG) program emphasizes above-average ability, creativity and task commitment. Formal placement begins in second grade although our TAG teacher works with students in all grade levels with group enrichment activities. We also promote a safe learning environment through school-wide rules, guidance lessons and special programs that teach children how to avoid bullying behaviors and how to think before they act.

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Curriculum Highlights
The Heritage language arts program focuses on all aspects of reading and writing, including phonemic awareness (sounds), phonics (sound/symbol relationships), comprehension (making meaning from text), fluency (reading with expression and proper rate and accuracy), and vocabulary acquisition. The writing program focuses organization, development, word choice, sentence variety and mechanics. In math, we have a new curriculum where the focus is on helping students learn mathematical concepts, operations and relationships; carry out mathematical procedures accurately and efficiently; reflect, explain and justify their answers; become problem solvers; and see that mathematics is useful and worthwhile.

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