Sudduth Elementary

Welcome to Sudduth Elementary

From the very first day of kindergarten, Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District is sparking the flame of success even in our youngest of students through creative and individualized learning experiences in every classroom. Sudduth Elementary is where the Starkville Spark begins during kindergarten through 1st grade. 

As a REACH Mississippi Tier 2 Model Site, Sudduth Elementary School embraces school wide positive behavior intervention and support (SWPBIS) for students, implementing the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for all students.

With interactive SmartBoards in every classroom, our students begin school in a classroom designed for 21st century learning.


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  • Sudduth Thanksgiving Lunch November 15; Tickets on sale October 23-November 3

    Sudduth Thanksgiving Lunch November 15; Tickets on sale October 23-November 3

    October 20th, 2017

    It's hard to believe we're already into the second nine weeks of school and Thanksgiving season is here.  The Sudduth family has so much to be thankful for, and at the top of the list is our outstanding team of teachers, support staff, and parents who work together to provide incredible learning opportunities and experiences for our students.  Thanksgiving also means turkey and dressing to many of us, and Sudduth's Thanksgiving lunch, which will be held on Wednesday, November 15, is a tradition.  Our cafeteria ladies work tirelessly preparing this delicious meal for our students and families to enjoy together.   While our[...Continue Reading]

    SOCSD Implements i-Ready for Reading and Math; Parent Training Guide Available

    SOCSD Implements i-Ready for Reading and Math; Parent Training Guide Available

    September 25th, 2017

    The Starkville Oktibbeha School District has implemented a program called i-Ready Diagnostic and Instruction that focuses on reading and math.  i-Ready Diagnostic and Instruction helps teachers effectively assess their students and then provide individualized instruction based on each student’s unique needs in the following skill areas: Reading                                             Phonological Awareness                                              Phonics High-Frequency Words Vocabulary Comprehension Math Number and Operations Algebra and Algebraic Thinking Measurement and Data Geometry i-Ready Diagnostic and Instruction begins by giving students an adaptive assessment in reading or math.  An adaptive assessment is a test that automatically adjusts the difficulty of the questions according to each student’s performance[...Continue Reading]

    Get Your Spirit On!  Homecoming 2017 September 25-29

    Get Your Spirit On! Homecoming 2017 September 25-29

    September 9th, 2017

    Starkville High School will host 2017 Homecoming Week festivities for grades K-12 September 25-29, and we look forward to a strong show of school spirit throughout the District.  Dress Up Day Themes  Monday -  SCRABBLE DAY Pick your favorite letter.  Then when you get to school, spell out a word with your friends. Everyone wears one letter.  Tuesday - Twin Day!  Twin Day! Because twins have more fun!  Wear the same outfit as a friend and be twins for the day! Wednesday - Out Of This World Space Jam Day Wear SPACE-related clothing or dress like an alien! Thursday - Where Dreams Come True - Disney Day Students in[...Continue Reading]

    Imagine Your Ultimate Play Space at Sudduth and West Elementary Schools

    Imagine Your Ultimate Play Space at Sudduth and West Elementary Schools

    August 23rd, 2017

    The play spaces at Sudduth and West Elementary Schools are the focus of a collaborative effort between the District, Mississippi State University's Department of Landscape Architecture, and Dalhoff Thomas Design of Memphis to upgrade and expand playground spaces. The project begins with Design Week in the Department of Landscape Architecture as teams of university students develop their own solutions for what could take place in these school/community spaces. Sudduth Elementary will host a charrette on September 5 to involve parents, students, and members of our community in the process to develop fun, creative ideas and solutions to share with university students[...Continue Reading]

    SHS Cheerleaders host Mini Cheer Camp September 9

    SHS Cheerleaders host Mini Cheer Camp September 9

    August 15th, 2017

    Have you got Jacket spirit? Come show it with the SHS  Cheerleaders for Cheer Mini Camp! Cheer Mini Camp —Grades K-6th WHEN: September 9 TIME: 9 am until 12 pm; Sign-in begins at 8:30 am; Camp begins promptly at 9 am WHERE: Starkville High School Gymnasium COST: $30 WHAT: Great opportunity for an introduction to  cheerleading!  CAMPERS WILL:                Learn a chant, cheer, and dance.                Meet the SHS cheerleaders and Buzz                Be provided bottled water, snacks, and popsicles.                Receive a Cheer Camp t-shirt & free tickets to high school football game on September 15                Perform for family and friends at halftime of SHS football game on September 15               [...Continue Reading]

 

 


SUDDUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Grades K – 1
101 Greenfield Street

Starkville, MS 39759
School Phone: 662.324.4150
School Fax: 662.324.6137

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