About Our School
Fawn Primary Center is one of three elementary schools in the Highlands School District, located in Fawn Township, on a 10 acre site in a semi-rural section of the district. There are 250-260 children enrolled in Kindergarten through Grade 2. Every child rides a bus to school at Fawn. In addition to the regular classroom teachers, Fawn School has classrooms for Art, Music, Computer, Physical Education, Library, Special Education, Title 1 reading, and Instructional Support. Other important academic staff members are the School Nurse, Speech Teacher, Gifted Program teacher, Social Worker, Guidance Counselor, Behavior Specialist, Literacy Coach, Data Specialist, and a variety of aides in the classrooms, office, and library. There are 2 parent groups that contribute to the program at Fawn, and every family is encouraged to get involved with either the PTO or the PAC, or both! If you asked the students, they might say that the best part of Fawn School is the playground, called Kids Kountry, a large wooded structure for climbing and playing that was built by parents and community members in 1990. Everyone at Fawn, including the cook and the custodian, are focused on helping our students to have a happy and successful experience in elementary school.
Today I will work hard and try my very best,
I will not give up, even when I make mistakes.
I cannot fail when I try best,
Because I have the support of my family, teachers, and Fawn friends.
I know right from wrong so I will make good choices,
And I will do my best to be helpful and respectful of others while I learn.
FAWN School Vision
Fawn Primary Center is a unique educational community.
The F stands for family involvement, because we believe the family is the first teacher. Families are always welcome at our school.
The A stands for academic excellence, where professional growth, new programs, and student achievement are our main focus.
The W stands for the whole child and the wonderful staff, creating an environment conducive to learning.
The N is for the nurturing climate where all stakeholders participate to meet the needs of all our students, drawing support and resources from the larger community.