About Us

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Mission Statement

It is the mission of Ranson Elementary to encourage student growth by fostering learning and success.

Vision Statement


To
 
win in life Ranson students will be grounded in these principles of RESPECT:

Responsibility

Excellence

Success

Productivity

Effort

Citizenship

Trustworthiness

Credo


"Fired Up to Learn."

Goals 

Literacy:
Ranson Elementary fifth grade students, on average, will increase their  rate of achievement in English Language Arts six percent annually, as measured by the WV General Summative Assessment to reach 64% by 2018 with no grade level average below 50%. Our long term goal is to reach 75% by 2020.

Numeracy:
   Ranson Elementary fifth grade students, on average, will increase their rate of achievement in math by seven percent annually, as measured by the WV General Summative Assessment to reach 60% by 2018 with no grade level average below 50%. Our long term goal is to reach 75% by 2020.

Attendance:
 Ranson Elementary overall attendance rate will raise by 4 percent from the end of SY 2016-17 for a rate of 98.3 percent by the end of SY 2017-18 as recorded in the West Virginia Education Information System  

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Ranson Elementary School opened in 1958 for students in grades one through five.  
Additions to the school 
were made in 1969, 1975, 1984 and 1990.  Kindergarten began
 in 1975.  In 2002, when the middle schools 
opened in Jefferson County, 
Ranson became a kindergarten through fifth grade school.  Mr. Robert Sherman
 
was the original principal of the school and Mrs. Debra Corbett has served
as principal for 
over twenty years.  Currently, Ranson is a Pre-Kindergarten 
through fifth grade school with approximately 
380 students.  
Ranson is a Title I School and has been honored as a National Title I School,
 
a West Virginia Title I School and a West Virginia School of Excellence.

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