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Posted 5/21/15: An Important Message from Superintendent Schnabl (View Here)


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    The Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School held it's annual Memorial Day ceremony. Mrs. Halliday lead this event on Thursday, May 21st to inform our young students about the importance of Memorial Day. A flag raising ceremony was done by Senior Master Se Expand...
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  • Scholastic Book Fair
    There will be a Buy One, Get One Free Scholastic book fair in the elementary school library on May 18-21 from 7:30 in the morning until 5:30 in the afternoon (until 8:30 in the evening on the 19th). Check out our home page at: http://bookfairs.scholasti Expand...
May 22, 2015
GO MARAUDERS!!!
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Working Together for Success
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About Our School
The school district is made up of original schools from Lebanon, Poolville, Earlville, Smyrna, North Norwich, and Sherburne. Grades K-5 are located in an elementary facility located adjacent to the Middle-High School in Sherburne. Seven Board members are elected for three-year terms to oversee the educational system.
Mission Statement
Sherburne-Earlville is committed to students. By providing an environment of
educational excellence, which emphasizes the learning of academic and life skills,
nurtures self-respect, and fosters life-long learning, we enable our students to
pursue challenging individual goals and to become positive members of society.
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