School Information

School Information

Student Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Location: Located on West Morris Street between Bridgeport Rd. and Raceway Rd. View map

Student Handbook: 2019-20 Student Handbook

Grades Served: Kindergarten – 6th Grade

Mascot: Knights

School Colors: Burgundy and Silver

School Enrollment: As of 2018-19 – 733 students enrolled

Motto: “Play, Learn, and Explore Together”

School Mission Statement: Bridgeport Elementary is a diverse and inclusive environment where all can learn, motivate, accept, and empower each other to succeed on their own unique journey in an ever-changing community.

School Vision Statement: Our vision at Bridgeport Elementary is to provide authentic learning experiences that will enable and empower all students to become lifelong learners and productive global citizens in an ever-changing society.

 School Belief Statement: At Bridgeport Elementary, we believe:

-Bridgeport fosters open, collaborative partnerships with families, students, staff, and community members through respect, communication, and leadership.

-Bridgeport is a place where students are nurtured to grow academically and socially within the community.

-Bridgeport aspires to be a safe, accepting and nurturing school community.

Our school provides some of the following learning opportunities for our students:

  • Looping and/or Multi-age classrooms
  • After school learning clubs
  • Differentiated instruction
  • After school tutoring
  • Science Lab with focused instruction grades 3-6

Our School: Bridgeport Elementary is located on approximately 10 acres of ground. This state of the art elementary building includes:

  • Computer lab with 28 workstations
  • Computer Mini-lab with 15 portable workstations
  • Large group instruction room
  • Professional Development Lab
  • Video Production Room
  • H.O.S.T.S Room
  • Parent/Community Room
  • Before & After School Care Room
  • Sensory Integration Room
  • Media Center

Suggested Strategies for working with your child(ren) at home: We believe that together, the school and family can help provide a framework for success for your child. By using these suggested strategies at home, your child will benefit.

  • Complete all homework, special study packets, or additional work that is sent home
  • Listen to your child read as often as possible and model good reading-out loud for your child
  • Communicate with your child’s teacher – do not hesitate to call and set up an appointment to talk with the teacher
  • Support the school if we suggest your child stay for after-school tutoring
  • Make sure children attend school each day
  • Let children know that school is important
  • Come to any parent information night that is offered

MSD of Wayne Township Elementary Grading Scale

Grade Level Standards Percent Based Letter Grade
Exemplary 100 A+
93-99 A
90-92 A-
Proficient 87-89 B+
83-86 B
80-82 B-
Progressing 77-79 C+
73-76 C
70-72 C-
65-69 D
Not Meeting Standards 50-64 F