Award Year: 2013

Joshua Chadbourne Elementary School

801 Plymouth Avenue
Fremont, CA, 94539-4637

(510) 656-5242

Anette Raichbart, Principal at time of Nomination

Fremont Unified

School Website

Mission

Chadbourne Elementary mission and vision is a commitment to nurturing well-rounded, well-grounded, intellectually curious, environmentally sensitive, life-long learners who will lead the next renaissance.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 1%
  • White: 8%
  • Hispanic: 1%
  • Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
  • Asian: 89%
  • ELL: 16%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: %
Application

The moment you set foot on the Chadbourne Elementary School campus, you will feel the “Chadbourne spirit”, an ambiance of a learning environment that is orderly, yet welcoming, robust and intellectually stimulating. At Chadbourne, meeting state standards is not the end goal. It is our starting point. Our students come to school ready to learn.

Chadbourne Elementary mission and vision is a commitment to nurturing “well-rounded, well-grounded, intellectually curious, environmentally sensitive, life-long learners who will lead the next renaissance.” Chadbourne’s professional staff, in collaboration with our School Site Council (SSC) and parents, is committed to our core mission of continuous student achievement for all students through a rigorous core curriculum that is tightly aligned with state standards, effective instructional practices that accommodate diversity and differentiated for all learners. At Chadbourne, all of our teachers are NCLB highly qualified, CLAD and GATE certified.

Our Single Plan for Pupil Achievement (SPPA) is a work in progress document that filters all curriculum, intervention and enrichment programs, instruction practices, multiple assessments, collaborative professional development decision and spending priorities through the grid of our vision.

A culture of professionalism and high expectations motivate us to go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that no child is academically left behind. We believe that all students can learn when given the appropriate resources and support. We partner with our parents and community to promote personal connection, and utilize all our resources to actualize our vision of developing the whole child. Our parents are active participants and our greatest ally in our student’s learning.