NBRS Badge for Eagle Lake Elementary School
Eagle Lake Elementary School - Edwardsburg, MI
Eagle Lake EDDIES!
Eagle Lake Elementary School is home to all second and third grade students in Edwardsburg, Michigan and, by choice, those in surrounding areas. Our school’s culture embodies the mission of our school district. We secure and grow the foundational skills students obtain during their first two years of school and provide experiences that allow them to grow and be successful as they move forward through their academic career.
We offer a variety of program delivery methods that parents select from to provide the best instructional fit for their child. Our staff is committed to the growth and development of every child entrusted to us. We do this by ensuring that every child feels safe and supported with care and compassion, challenging every child to achieve his/her greatest potential with a rigorous core curriculum, supporting every child socially and emotionally, engaging every child with the latest learning technologies, and expanding interests beyond the academic curriculum with outstanding experiences in music and physical education. Students are given daily opportunities for enrichment and remediation in math and reading based on data analysis through a tiered system of support. Our school-wide positive behavior support plan proactively provides students with our expectations and what they look like in action.
Eagle Lake's culture and climate of high expectations for all is our greatest strategy for success. Students understand and embrace our culture and expectation. They want to excel academically and behaviorally because being an EDDIE requires no less.
Eagle Lake Elementary School
69410 Section Street
Edwardsburg, MI, 49112-8603
Mrs. Deborah E. Becraft, Principal at time of Nomination
Title I School, Choice School
Edwardsburg Public Schools
To maximize all students' potential to be successful in life.
- Black/African American: 1%
- White: 86%
- Hispanic: 7%
- Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 1%
- Asian: 1%
- Native American: 1%
- Two or more races: 7%
- ELL: 1%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 46%