Corridor Elementary School

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250 Silver Lane, Eugene, OR 97404

(541) 790-4600
Fax: (541) 790-4605
Grades:
K-5
Enrollment:
268
Principal:
Tom Piowaty <piowaty_t@4j.lane.edu>
Secretary:
Joanne Jones <jones_j@4j.lane.edu>
School Hours:
8:15 - 2:45
Early Release: Fridays 12:00
Breakfast Menu | Lunch Menu
Middle School Region: Kelly
High School Region: North Eugene
Mission Statement:
Prepare children to be productive members of a global society, and have children leave this school with a sense of self-worth, a respect for all people and a zeal for lifelong learning.
Program Description:
Choice is the essence of Corridor—not only the choice to be here but also the choice opportunities throughout the day as to how students will accomplish mastery of a certain skill. Students can commit their mornings to reaching their highest academic potential partly because of the afternoon elective program. Here, teacher strengths and expertise are utilized to create a variety of curriculum enrichment classes that are designed to help students discover and develop talents, interests and self-esteem.
School Highlights:
  • Annual musical production performed at the Hult Center by all students in grades 3, 4 and 5
  • Curriculum-driven events/trips such as Outdoor School, Central Oregon volcanoes, oceanography, train to Salem, Oregon Trail, young artists/authors workshops, made possible by our supportive parent–teacher organization
  • Afternoon multi-age elective classes that include such offerings as calligraphy, tennis, wood shop, chess/games, touring choir, sewing and stitching projects, clay, magnets/motors, bats, poetry, fables/fairy tales
  • Corridor Performing Jugglers & Armadill-OHS Dance Troupe, open to students in all grades
  • Student council which operates the school store and organizes spirit days and community outreach projects
School Improvement Goals:
  • Increase student achievement in math and writing
  • Continue to foster a safe, welcoming school environment for students, families and staff
Other Information:
Distinctive characteristics of Corridor School include a high degree of all-staff collaboration, multi-aged grouping in the electives program, numerous field trips and other hands-on learning experiences, the annual musical production at the Hult Center, a sense of family and community that builds self-esteem, mutual respect and parent involvement in their children's education.
School Colors:
Red and Blue

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