Chamberlain’s socioeconomically and ethnically diverse student population is a wonderful microcosm of the world. We believe that neither socioeconomic nor ethnicity will determine the educational excellence of a child. To that end, the staff is well trained in “best practices” and the most effective ways to reach academic and character excellence. At Chamberlain, we identify, build upon, and publicly recognize the strengths of every student. Each child is treated as an individual with his or her own signature and as an important teammate in the larger school community.
Chamberlain is currently in the first year of a 5 year Reading initiative Chamberlain’s goal is to ensure that every student is able to read on grade level by the time they leave 4th grade. We want to open doors of opportunity for students and the best way to make that happen is to ensure they are Reading. To help us with this journey, please encourage your student to read every night. We will be sending home frequent parent letters letting you know where your student is, and what they need to work on. Our teachers and students track and monitor their progress throughout the year. This allows them to set goals and monitor their performance.
As of the 2021-22 school year; we are pleased to welcome the Goshen Community Schools high ability program for third and fourth-grade students across the district. This program is a self-contained model that fosters growth and leadership for those students who qualify.