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Spring Creek Elementary School

springcreek560 Irvington Drive, Eugene, OR 97404
(541) 790-4870 Fax: (541) 790-4880

School web site

Grades: K-5
Enrollment: 322
Principal: Raquel Gwynn <gwynn_r@4j.lane.edu>
Secretary: Debbie Delatte <delatte@4j.lane.edu>

School Hours: 8:00 – 2:10
Early Release: Wednesdays 8:00 – 1:10
Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Middle School Region: Madison
High School Region: North Eugene

Mission Statement: With consistency and structured, rigorous and engaging learning environments, we believe all students can learn; we believe family and community support is critical; we respect the diversity of our families and community; we, as a team at Spring Creek, strive to create a welcoming and respectful learning environment.

Program Description: At Spring Creek, we are proud of the sense of belonging and community at our school. Spring Creek is a family-oriented school with strengths in teaching Common Core standards in reading, writing and mathematics as well as social studies, science, art, health, music and PE. Our skillful, experienced teachers are committed to providing a comprehensive program in a positive, caring environment, while preparing our students for success at middle school.

School Highlights:

  • Comprehensive, Common Core standards-based educational program
  • Broad offering of educational experiences including music, PE, computers, artist-in-residence, media classes, art classes and annual art show and sale
  • On-site before- and after-school programs, including our BEST academic program and child care through the YMCA
  • Title I supplemental reading and math support for students who qualify
  • A range of special education programs for students who qualify
  • Effective school-wide Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program, emphasizing safe and respectful behavior; Expect Respect bully prevention strategies taught at all grade levels
  • Technology pilot school: iPads for all 4th and 5th graders, laptop use for primary students

School Improvement Goals:

  • Math: Improve performance of all students in grades 3–5 as measured by statewide math assessments; increase the percent of all subgroups of students who are meeting the state benchmark in math
  • Writing: Improve performance of all students in grades 3–5 as measured by curriculum-based language arts assessments and writing samples; increase the percent of all subgroups of students who are meeting standards in writing
  • Reading: Improve performance of all students in grades K–5 as measured by district and state assessments; increase the percent of all subgroups of students who meet the state benchmark in reading
  • School climate: Develop and implement school-wide expectations for positive student behaviors, thereby creating a positive school climate
  • Technology: Integrate the district’s scope and sequence and National Education Technology Standards at each grade level

School Colors: Teal and white

ODE school report cards and AYP reports