NBRS Badge for Boone Meadow School
Boone Meadow School - Whitestown, IN
Everyone Belongs Here - Boone Meadow Community
Boone Meadow Elementary re-opened as an elementary school just seven years ago after serving as a multi-purpose building within the Zionsville Community Schools district. Since then, The Meadow has become a community cornerstone of the community built on the beliefs that Everyone Belongs Here, All Students Will Succeed, and We Are Better Together.
To accomplish our primary goal of student growth, we are highly relational in our daily pursuits of excellence. We focus on supporting each child holistically; social, emotional and academic progress happens as a result of the implementation of multiple systems, structures, and supports. Every member of Team Meadow strives to truly see children so they are known, and known deeply. One way this is accomplished is through our unique Looping Model where students remain with their classroom teacher from 1st to 2nd grade and again from 3rd to 4th grade. The additional time spent with families allows community and relationship to bloom in unique and special ways. We develop academic programming for learning that is hands-on, problem-based, flexible, collaborative and social, inquiry-based, and appropriately challenging. Students come to Boone Meadow prepared to succeed, and we work to fully develop their potential through differentiation, which includes acceleration, enrichment, and remediation for students based on individual needs. The collaborative spirit of our staff, teachers, and families allows for maximization of students' learning.
The Meadow is truly a beautiful place the community to learn and grow, and we continue to strive for improvement in the years to come.
Boone Meadow School
5555 South Main Street
Whitestown, IN, 46075-9812
Mr. Thomas Hundley, Principal at time of Nomination
Zionsville Community Schools
Boone Meadow Elementary provides customized 21st century experiences that ensure maximum student growth leading to productive citizenship in the world community.
- Black/African American: 4%
- White: 71%
- Hispanic: 6%
- Asian: 12%
- Two or more races: 6%