Red House Run’s School Profile


Since its opening in 1966, Red House Run Elementary, a National NCLB Blue Ribbon School, has been committed to achievement for all students. The school serves over 560 children in kindergarten through 5th grade. Its reputation, along with its commitment to demonstrating improvement is a testament to its teachers and parents, the heart and soul of the school’s accomplishments. Each and every student, individually nurtured and attended to, is given the support needed to succeed. The intensity of the faculty’s commitment, realized on a daily basis, is visualized as differentiated lessons are taught, assessments are administered and analyzed, and instruction and groupings are revamped to meet the needs of the children. The culture of the school exudes a “can-do” attitude and a willingness to succeed for the good of the child.  

Our Vision and Mission Statement


At Red House Run Elementary, every student, self-directed in nature, is achieving at his or her maximum potential, demonstrating the knowledge, skills, and values required for productive global citizenship.

        We believe, first and foremost, that all children can learn, and are entitled to quality, rigorous instruction in an environment which is safe and nurturing.  We believe that educating our students is the responsibility of the family, school, and community.  Therefore, all stakeholders must maximize opportunities and resources to ensure student success.   


        We foresee a school community, which provides each student with the necessary skills to confidently meet a diverse and ever-changing world, ensuring college and career readiness.  We envision a school community where each student has a positive sense of self and respect for others.  We envision a school community engulfed in high expectations, which encourages each student to believe they can achieve, and positively impact and contribute to the world around them. 

Red House Run’s Student Code of Conduct


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  October 2016  
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Upcoming Events
   First Marking Period Ends - Elementary and Middle Schools Close 3 Hours Early for Students - Grade Reporting and Data Analysis** - Teachers on Duty; High Schools in Session Full Day
   Oct 28 2016
   Election Day - Schools and Offices Closed
   Nov 08 2016
   Report Cards Distributed; Preschool-3 and Pre-K Conference Day - No Preschool-3 or Pre-K A.M. or P.M. Sessions - Teachers on Duty
   Nov 10 2016
   Veterans Day*; Elementary Conference Day - Schools Closed for Elementary Students - Teachers on Duty - Middle Schools and High Schools in Session Full Day
   Nov 11 2016
   American Education Week
   Nov 14 2016
   Thanksgiving Holiday - Schools and Offices Closed
   Nov 24 2016
   Half-Day Professional Development - Elementary and Middle Schools Close 3 Hours Early for Students - Teachers on Duty; High Schools in Session Full Day
   Dec 09 2016
   Bill of Rights Day
   Dec 15 2016
   Christmas Holiday/Winter Break Begins at the End of School Day
   Dec 22 2016
   Schools Reopen
   Jan 03 2017
   Second Marking Period Ends - All Schools Close 3 Hours Early - Grade Reporting and Data Analysis** - Teachers on Duty
   Jan 13 2017
   Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
   Jan 15 2017
   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, Birthday Observed - Schools and Offices Closed
   Jan 16 2017
   Systemwide Professional Development Day - Full Day Planning and Preparation for Teachers with Semester Courses - Schools Closed for All Students, Teachers on Duty
   Jan 17 2017
   Distribution of Report Cards
   Jan 26 2017