Spring Creek Elementary School

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560 Irvington Drive, Eugene, OR 97404

(541) 790-4870
Fax: (541) 790-4880
Susan Penrod <penrod_s@4j.lane.edu>
Debbie Delatte <delatte@4j.lane.edu>
School Hours:
8:00 - 2:10
Early Release: Wednesdays 8:00 - 1:10
Breakfast Menu | Lunch Menu
Middle School Region: Madison
High School Region: North Eugene
Mission Statement:
We believe all students can learn. We respect the diversity and support of our families and community. We, as a team at Spring Creek, strive to create a welcoming and respectful learning environment.
Program Description:
Spring Creek will celebrate its 50th year in 2014. We are proud of the sense of belonging and community at our school. Spring Creek is a family-oriented school with strengths in teaching basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, science, art, health, music and PE. Our skillful, experienced teachers are committed to providing a comprehensive program in a positive, caring environment, while preparing our students for success at middle school.
School Highlights:
  • Comprehensive, standards-based educational program
  • Broad offering of educational experiences including music, PE, computers, artist-in-residence, media classes, art classes and annual art show and sale
  • On-site before- and after-school child care through the YMCA
  • Title I supplemental reading and math support for students who qualify
  • A range of special education programs for students who qualify
School Improvement Goals:
  • Math: Improve performance of all students in grades 3–5 as measured by statewide math assessments; increase the percentage of all subgroups of students who are meeting the state benchmark in math
  • Writing: Improve performance of all students in grades 3–5 as measured by curriculum-based language arts assessments and writing samples; increase the percentage of all students who are meeting standards in writing
  • Reading: Improve performance of all students in grades K–5 as measured by district and state assessments; increase the percentage of all subgroups of students who meet the state benchmark in reading
  • School climate: Develop and implement school-wide expectations for positive student behaviors, thereby creating a positive school climate
  • Technology: Integrate the district’s scope and sequence and National Education Technology Standards at each grade level
Other Information:
More School Highlights: Effective school-wide positive behavior support program, emphasizing safe and respectful behavior; Expect Respect bully prevention strategies taught at all grade levels.
School Colors:
Teal and white

ODE school report cards and AYP reports