East Millsboro Elementary School
 Date updated - Spring 2016
View: District Page | State Page | Glossary | Help

District: Indian River School District Telephone: (302) 934-3222
Address: 29346 Iron Branch Road, Millsboro DE 19966 Web: East Millsboro Elementary School Page
Principal: Kelly Dorman
AYP: Met
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

2014-152015-16
Pre-Kindergarten1016
Kindergarten160105
Grade 1124165
Grade 2111131
Grade 3127126
Grade 4118116
Grade 5120130
Total770789


Info  | Details

School Promotion by Grade

2014-15
Pre-Kindergarten100.0%
Kindergarten95.6%
Grade 196.8%
Grade 299.1%
Grade 398.4%
Grade 499.2%
Grade 599.2%


Info  | Details
Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

2014-152015-16
African American19.4%18.5%
American Indian0.9%0.5%
Asian1.3%1.9%
Hawaiian0.1%0.3%
Hispanic/Latino15.8%17.4%
White56.1%55.1%
Multi-Racial6.4%6.3%


Info  | Details
Other Student Characteristics

2014-152015-16
English Language Learner5.8%8.1%
Low Income41.4%42.3%
Special Education9.0%11.2%
Enrolled for Full Year94.4%N/A


Info  | Details

Recently Arrived ELL Students

2014-15
Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment2


Info  | Details
Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2015-16)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

Info | Details  | View Data
School Finances


District Expenditure per Pupil (2014-15)

$12,687

Info  | Details


District Sources of Revenue (2014-15)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2014-15)




Info  | Details  | View Data
Exemplary Programs
At East Millsboro Elementary School we put children first as we work to create a motivating and challenging learning environment. Programs for student achievement are designed to provide instruction for the varied needs and interests of students. ExCEL is an academic enrichment program for gifted students in grades four and five that encourages critical and creative thinking. East Millsboro provides small group instructional opportunities in both reading and math in order to meet the individual needs of our students. Our mentoring program pairs community members with students who would benefit, this along with our Positive Behavior Support Plan provides consistent expectations and rewards across grade levels. Band and choral opportunities are available for upper elementary students as well as supplemental computerized curriculums in reading and math allow students to advance through individualized software at all grade-levels.

Info  | Details
Curriculum Highlights
Tightly coordinated instruction, high expectations, and careful planning and monitoring are pathways to student achievement. Using the Delaware Standards, reading expectations are supported by leveled readers, MacMillan McGraw-Hill "Treasures" and a variety of effective instructional strategies. These materials are designed to assist all students to reading success through the mastery of necessary skills and strategies. Five key facets of reading are addressed so that our students become life-long readers. They include teaching students to hear, manipulate, and identify the individual sounds needed for reading (Phonemic Awareness). Students learn the relationships between sounds and letters (Phonics) and how to blend sounds to make words. Fluency and Vocabulary are the bridge to Comprehension. Assessment pieces, including the DIBELS and the Smarter Balance Assessment help monitor student progress. The Bridges Math series emphasizes both reasoning and problem solving.

Info  | Details

Nondiscrimination Statement   |  site map   |   about this site   |    contact us   |    translate   |    delaware.gov