Berea's Mission Statement
We believe that it is a shared responsibility among Berea's stakeholders to foster positive academic, emotional, social, and physical growth in a nurturing risk-free environment. Diversity will be celebrated, creating students who respect one another and embrace differences. Through the implementation of the Common Core Learning Standards and an aligned curriculum, creative and critical thinkers will meet and exceed school district standards, ensuring future school success and lifelong learning.
Growing Minds of All Kinds
Dr. Seuss Spirit Week!
Monday, Feb. 25- Be a twin or dress like the Cat in the Hat (red, white and black).
Tuesday, Feb. 26 - Wear your pajamas in honor of The Sleep Book.
Wednesday, Feb. 27 - Wear backwards, inside out, or mixed up clothes in honor of Wacky Wednesday.
Thursday, Feb. 28 - Wear crazy socks in honor of Fox in Socks.
Friday, Mar. 1 - Wear a shirt you can read in honor of I Can Read with My Eyes Shut.
February / March's Theme of the Month - Dignity for all Students
The American Academy of Pediatrics as well as the National Association of School Nurses both advise against excluding a child with lice from school. Attendance at school is critical to a child’s academic success. Excluding a child from school because of a head lice infestation is futile as far as preventing the transmission of lice to other children. Learn more about head lice