Eura Brown Elementary
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It is the mission of Eura Brown Elementary School to provide a well-balanced program of innovative elementary school experiences which will meet the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional needs of its students in a constantly changing, technologically driven, global, multi-cultural society.

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Greetings from Eura Brown Elementary School! We are a K-5 school located right off Rainbow Drive in Gadsden, Alabama. The small three room school that was built in the early 1950’s to serve the families of the neighborhood has grown into a large facility serving over 400 students. We have grown and changed with the times but there is one constant – we all thrive in a learning community that does not settle for mediocrity, but holds fast to a long tradition of excellence. Our students are conscientious learners and take pride in their achievements. Each year grade level achievement test scores are in the 80th percentile and above on the standardized assessments in reading and math. Come visit our school and experience a wonderful learning environment where every child is challenged to strive for excellence.

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  • National PTA
  • National Blue Ribbon School
  • Alabama Reading Initiative School
Hours: 7:15 AM - 2:50 PM

1231 Alcott Road Gadsden, AL 35901

Phone (256) 546-0011

Fax (256) 546-6855

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November 3rd, 2014

One of the most special times of the school day is when the students return from lunch and the teacher reads to the class. I remember this special time as a student and teacher. I don't think any of us ever grow out of loving to be read to. Because children listen on a higher level than they read, listening to other readers stimulates growth and understanding of vocabulary and language patterns. Also studies show that reading aloud to older children allows them to continue to associate reading with warm, pleasant feelings and helps them build listening skills.

So, gather up some books and spend a half hour reading to your child. I promise it will be a time you both look foward to and will remember as a treasured time of togetherness.

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