Scottsville Elementary School

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Scottsville Elementary School is an Albemarle County public elementary school providing pre-K through 5th grade. Scottsville is a part of the Southern Feeder Pattern and students from Scottsville will attend Walton Middle School and graduate from Monticello High School. [1]

At the beginning of the 2019 school year, Scottsville reported 233 students enrolled in pre-K through 5th grade. [2]


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History

Scottsville Elementary was established in 1908 and designed to serve both elementary and secondary students. By 1913 the school had received full accreditation from the department of education as well as the University of Virginia. The school experienced several moves and changes, including redistributing grades 10-12 to Albemarle High School in 1967, and in 1972 the school was destroyed by Hurricane Agnes. In 1974 the school was rebuilt in a pod shape to weather future storms and in 1981 an addition was completed forming the building that stands today.[citation needed]

Consolidation

In 2009, the county had commissioned a study to see if there would be savings in consolidating Scottsville with Red Hill Elementary School and Yancey Elementary School. The idea was rejected because of community support for all three schools.[3] Yancey would be later decommissioned and turned into a community center.

Additions and improvements

A large renovation is underway and intended to be ready by the start of the 2021-2022 academic year. [4]

Description from 2019 State of the Division Annual Report

"Scottsville Elementary School is a place where students and staff work together to learn and grow, just like the trees surrounding our school. Our students volunteer at our local Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA) facilities and, every day, older students mentor their younger peers and both benefit from the experience. We engage every student through their interests as we empower them to own their learning. We have developed relationships with the Town of Scottsville, Scottsville Soccer, and several local churches. This year, we have a special focus on improving opportunity and achievement as we learn more about Trauma-Informed Teaching." [5]

Principals

The current principal of Scottsville Elementary is Staci England.[6]

The following is a list of people who have served as principal.[1]

Term Principal
2018 - present Staci England
2012 - 2018 Sharon Amato-Wilcox
2007 - 2012 Nancy Teel
2002 - 2007 Lisa D. Jones
2001 - 2002 Jim Jones
1995 - 2001 Jeannette Orrock
1993 - 1995 James Washington
1990 - 1993 Mary Rodriguez
1983 - 1990 William Steigman
1979 - 1983 William Reaves
1977 - 1979 Irving Driscoll
1958 - 1977 Thomas Allison
1954 - 1958 John Boggs
1947 - 1954 Thomas Gillis
1937 - 1947 Leslie Walton
1908 - 1937 William Smith

Location

Scottsville Elementary is located at 7868 Scottsville Road.


Expansion

Work is underway on a $11.2 million addition that includes a new 6,155 square foot gymnasium, 10,000 square feet of new classroom space, conversion of the existing gym into a media center, and other improvements. Construction is expected to be completed by early August 2021. [7]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Web. Scottsville Elementary School Fact Sheet, retrieved November 20, 2019.
  2. Web. Scottsville Lewis Elementary School, School Quality Profile, Virginia Department of Education, retrieved November 20, 2019.
  3. Web. Yancey decision retains critical piece of community's fabric, Aaron Richardson, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, October 13, 2012, retrieved October 17, 2012.
  4. Web. FES Quarterly Report - January 2021, Quarterly Report, Albemarle County Department of Facilities and Environmental Services, January 2021, retrieved January 20, 2021.
  5. Web. State of the Division: A Work In Progress, Office of Strategic Communications, Annual Report, Albemarle County Public Schools, retrieved November 20, 2019.
  6. Web. Three Principals Selected, Albemarle County Public Schools, June 7, 2012, retrieved June 7, 2012.
  7. Web. FES Quarterly Report – April 2021, News Article, Albemarle County Department of Facilities and Environmental Services, April 2021, retrieved April 24, 2021.

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