NBRS Badge for Clement Elementary School
Clement Elementary School - Autryville, NC
Students are excited about learning at Clement Elementary School.
Clement Elementary School's vision is Home, School, and Community-the Triangle of Success. As a rural elementary school with a diverse population of students, we believe it takes our staff, students, parents, and community working together to provide the best education possible for our students.
We are a very close school community that is determined to meet the academic and social needs of all students. A climate and culture has been established at Clement Elementary School where high expectations have been set for our students and staff. We believe that not only will our students meet district and state goals but we will exceed those expectations. We make no excuses and student failure is not an option. The entire staff along with our community works tirelessly each day to meet each individual student's needs and take pride in ensuring students are valued and loved each day. Our students enter the school building knowing that we are not just a school but a school family that loves them and encourages them to do their best and follow their dreams. We understand we are the foundation for our students and that foundation must be solid if our students are going to be successful at middle and high school. Every student, no matter their background, should be able to work hard and reach their potential. Public education is the greatest tool we have to help every child succeed, and at Clement Elementary School our staff, parents, and community take our responsibilities in educating each child and preparing them for life very serious.
Clement Elementary School
3220 Maxwell Road
Autryville, NC, 28318-8779
Mr. James "Bo" Mullins, Principal at time of Nomination
Title I School
Sampson County Schools
"Building the Future" by providing the best education possible through a partnership of community, home, and school!
- Black/African American: 15%
- White: 50%
- Hispanic: 34%
- Two or more races: 1%
- ELL: 16%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 55%