Chamberlain Elementary School
428 N. 5th St.
Goshen, IN 46528
Todd Williams – Principal
Shannon Cross – Counselor
Susan Hull – Registrar
Kimberly Garcia – Bookkeeper
Pamela Hernandez – Parent Liaison
Tonya Burgess – Nurse
The Chamberlain School Counselor program runs Tier 1 classroom life skill lessons for all students, Tier 2: small groups and 1:1 services for students in need, and Tier 3 services to those at High Risk by connecting them with outside resources. The program supports all students to successfully transition to Goshen Intermediate School and into life-long learners, who go on to graduate career/college ready and contribute as positive citizens by supporting and developing the Chamberlain Habits of Scholarship.
Chamberlain Elementary School is a K-4 public Title I school serving approximately 250 students. Students are taught by highly qualified certified instructional staff members with a mix of veterans and younger teachers. Most instructional staff members have been trained in literacy, math, and best practice in teaching English Language Learners. The High Ability Self-Contained classroom for 3rd and 4th-grade students is located at Chamberlain. Students who have been identified in Language Arts and Math are invited to join this class.
All the elementary schools in the Goshen Community School district share a standard elementary handbook that is designed to help students, parents, and community members understand the procedures and programs at the elementary schools in the district. This common set of guidelines makes the school year run smoothly. Policy items and contents range from student progress and conferences to the lost and found.
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Facts & Figures
We continue to stress the importance of parental and community involvement as enrollment continues to increase at Chamberlain Elementary School.
Visit the Indiana Department of Education Website for more detailed information
School Improvement Plan
Every school, as part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act and Indiana’s Public Law 221, must have a school improvement plan. Each school has an improvement team comprised of staff, parents, and community members. These teams developed their initial building plan in 2001-02 and revise the plan as needed each year.