Huntsville Elementary School is a 500+ student capacity elementary school for the southwest area of Rockingham County, North Carolina. The design at Huntsville has been replicated to create schools for the Williamsburg, Monroeton, Bethany, and Douglass attendance zones.
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Huntsville Elementary is a Title I School--What Does That Mean?
Title I is a federally funded program Under the Every Child Succeeds Act.
It is the largest Federal Education funding program for schools.
It provides funding for high poverty schools to help students who are behind academically or at risk of falling behind to meet our state’s academic Content and Performance Standards.
Schools qualify for Title I funds based on economic need.
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Huntsville Elementary School
2020 Sardis Church Road
Madison, NC 27025
Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Student Hours: 7:30 am - 2:40 pm
Grades Served: Pre K-5
Colors: Navy and Silver
Principal - Mr. Gary Pyrtle
Welcome to our new Assistant Principal, Joan Tatum
Huntsville Elementary School is located in the southwestern corner of Rockingham County, North Carolina. Our school is approximately 25 minutes north of Greensboro, NC, 25 minutes south of Martinsville, VA, and 35 minutes northeast of Winston-Salem, NC. Please call if you experience difficulty and we will "talk you in."
From Greensboro, NC:
- Highway 220 North (Battleground Avenue), becomes Interstate 73N
- Turn left onto Sardis Church Road
Turn left into the Huntsville campus
From Martinsville, VA:
- Highway 220 South (Greensboro Road), becomes Future Interstate 73S
Turn right onto Sardis Church Road
Turn left into the Huntsville campus
From Winston Salem, NC:
- Interstate 40 East**
Highway 68 North to Highway 220 North, becomes Interstate 73N
(these 2 highways merge just north of Stokesdale, NC)
Turn left onto Sardis Church Road
Turn left into the Huntsville campus
**From I-40, visitors may also opt to take 158 E to 65 E to 68 N--due to confusion reported by previous visitors, we no longer suggest this route, though it is shorter.
(Adopted January 2016)
Huntsville Elementary is dedicated to creating a community of lifelong learners by capitalizing on the individual thoughts and perspectives of all students. We will foster creativity and focus on student interests, strengths, and preferences as we prepare them to adapt and flourish in a rapidly changing global world. We will achieve academic success for all students in a safe and nurturing learning environment through the partnership of staff, students, parents, and the community.
By Phone: 336-427-3266
Please note: Changes in a student's afternoon transportation should be made in writing and provided to our office staff in the morning to allow staff adequate time to communicate the change to the classroom teacher, bus driver, and staff supervising afternoon dismissal. Transportation changes delivered by phone very likely will not be communicated to all appropriate staff. Thank you for understanding that changes communicated within a hour of dismissal will also very likely not be conveyed to all appropriate staff.
All classrooms at Huntsville Elementary School are outfitted with voicemail. If you call to speak to your child's teacher during instructional hours, please be aware that you may be asked to leave a voicemail message. If you call the school after regular operating hours, our automated directory will allow you to leave a voicemail message with your child's teacher.
Our fax number is: 336-445-1903
2020 Sardis Church Road, Madison, N.C. 27025
The design for Huntsville was the product of cooperative efforts by teachers, administrators, and residents from all areas of Rockingham County. The planning committee considered all the capacities under which these schools would operate and planned features accordingly.
Among the features are centrally located administrative offices at the main entrance to provide adequate supervision of all who enter the building. The grade levels are broken down into smaller "houses" comprised of one Pre-K class; three classes for grade levels Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade; four classes 3rd grade. The media center, multipurpose lab, art room, music room, resource rooms, gymnasium, cafeteria and project lab are located centrally for easy access from all areas of the building. The Gymnasium, Stage, and Dining Room are situated so that these areas may be accessible after hours for community use, without disturbing the academic portion of the building.Construction began in the Summer of 2001 and was completed during the Summer of 2003.
Huntsville Elementary School provides the community with a beautiful state-of-the art facility with over 75,000 square feet. Huntsville Elementary, which opened in August 2003, welcomes students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Literacy development and meeting the needs of diverse learners is a top priority. All students participate in art, music, and physical education classes weekly. Huntsville Elementary School offers a safe, nurturing environment in which academic excellence and character education are valued.
Parental involvement and support from the surrounding community is outstanding at Huntsville Elementary. Our dedication to our mission of helping students "grow as readers, writers, and solvers of real-life problems" makes us a unique learning community.
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The link to join PTA and pay online via credit card is: https://hunterhound.memberhub.store/
Download a printable membership form and send back to the school with either cash or check (made out to Huntsville Elementary PTA) is: https://ncpta.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/PTA_Member_Form.pdf
Officers and Coordinators
Email contact for all PTA inquiries: email@example.com
Personal contact for PTA is Tracey Goff
President: Tracey Goff
Vice President/President Elect: Ashley Robinson
Treasurer and Co-Treasurer: Jennifer Joyce and Tiggy Griffin
Volunteer Coordinator: Amanda Farrell
Box Tops Coordinator: In the 2019-2020 school year, Box Tops can be collected for our school via the Box Tops App.
Teacher Representatives: Mandy Turman
Interested in volunteering? Click below to fill out and submit our volunteer form.
(Ongoing ways to help P.T.A. earn funds for our school)
Huntsville P.T.A. currently participates in these incentive programs:
Install the Box Tops app and link our school.
Harris Teeter: Link your VIC card to our school.
Coke Rewards codes can be entered through this website. Coke Rewards are under the twist off tops of Coca-Cola bottled products.
Please make us aware of any other incentives programs that we may have overlooked:)
Our School Improvement Plan is located on the Indistar website. This is a web-based tool that guides our school in charting our improvement and managing our continuous improvement process. Updates are made regularly in the plan. Check it out using the link and information below.
Link to Indistar
Guest login: GuestS17175
Guest password: GuestS17175
We want your feedback! Please complete this form to offer suggestions, comments, or ask questions about our School Improvement Plan! 2018-2019 Huntsville SIP Feedback Form