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    Office Hours- 7 am to 3:30 pm

     

  •       School Mascot :

                          Tigers

    Tiger

     

  •             School Colors:

          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:  Engage. Inspire. Empower.

    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.