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          Yellow & Black


  •                                   About SFE

    • Sherrills Ford Elementary School is part of the Bandys High School feeder area and is located on the southeastern end of Catawba County in North Carolina.


    • We are 1 of 16 elementary schools in the Catawba County School System.


    • The school is located near Lake Norman on the outskirts of the City of Mooresville.


    • Sherrills Ford Elementary serves grades Kindergarten through 6th grade and currently has 524 students enrolled.


    • All certified staff members are highly qualified to teach in the area to which they are assigned.


    • Sherrills Ford is the only non-Title I school in the county with only 28% of the students receiving free or reduced lunch services.


    • Sherrills Ford Elementary has a diversity breakdown as follows: Male – 50%, Female – 50%, Asian – 0.6%, African American – 1.7%, Caucasian – 92.3%, Hispanic – 2.7%, Multi-Racial – 2.7%.
  • Sherrills Ford Elementary School embraces the Catawba County School’s mission statement, which is “Teach, Learn and Lead for the Future.”

    We also share in the Core Beliefs of Catawba County Schools, which are:


    • Positive relationships are essential to the learning process and must be established and nurtured for learning to take place.

    • Schools must set an expectation for excellence in all areas of study through challenging and relevant curricula.

    • Schools must continually evolve to meet the needs of an ever-changing, global society.

    • All partners in education must embrace diversity and promote equity.

    • All students and staff are entitled to and responsible for a safe and nurturing learning environment.

    • All students can learn through differentiated and relevant instruction that embraces critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication.

    • Schools and families must collaborate to educate the whole child – socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically.

    • Family, business, and community partnerships are essential for the success of all students.