Chapel Hill Elementary was established in 1961 and serves students K-5. Educating young people is a team effort at Chapel Hill with parents and educators working together to ensure success.
Each new school year presents itself with unique opportunities for new beginnings, new faces, new ideas, new challenges and new materials. As we, the staff, take our respective positions in the organizational structure of Chapel Hill, we do so with a renewed spirit of positivity and belief that each student can and will learn.
We can be proud of what we achieve at Chapel Hill. Our achievements are not due to complacency and satisfaction with the status quo. Our program is what it is because a staff of dedicated educators has a common goal – to do what is best for students – and we are always looking for ways to achieve that goal.
Chapel Hill’s Mission Statement is as follows:
The Chapel Hill community believes that all students, when provided with a safe environment, appropriate instruction, adequate time, and sufficient resources can learn and will learn. It is our expectation that all students will master Missouri Learning Standards at each grade level. We are committed to fostering a climate that encourages diversity of thought, innovation, and a global perspective to support the development of well-rounded, productive citizens in an ever-changing world.
Chapel Hill’s Motto is “Success for all – all children can learn and will learn”.