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.
READING STREET, SOSD’s reading curriculum for grades K-5, offers digital components, interactive whiteboard lessons, and resources allowing teachers to individualize lessons.
SINGAPORE MATH, offered in grades K-5, has a consistent and strong emphasis on problem solving and model drawing, with a focus on in-depth understanding of the essential math.
SOSD has adopted Northwest Evaluation Association’s Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) online testing program for grades K-8 that provides teachers and parents with valuable information about a child’s strengths and weaknesses, including a detailed plan to help guide instruction in the classroom and at home.
SOSD also uses Compass Odyssey to prescribe personalized learning paths complete with rigorous and engaging curriculum. Compass Odyssey also offers opportunities for parent monitoring and involvement.
April 28th, 2017
SOCSD and Sudduth PTO invite you to join us for the Sudduth Family Picnic & General PTO Meeting on Tuesday, May 2, from 5:30 until 7 pm! PTO will provide the main dish, drinks, and paper products for the picnic, but we need YOU to help us by bringing your family's favorite side dish! RSVP for your family and sign-up for a dish at the link below. Also, please help us reach out to incoming kindergarten parents as we welcome them to Sudduth. Plus, get an update on Sudduth's Start the Day with Play initiative and how you can support efforts to[...Continue Reading]
April 19th, 2017
Encourage your child to read to succeed! Reading 2 Succeed, a grant supported project of Family Centered Programs and Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District, will host a summer reading program during June and July. There are two age groups, including k-3rd grades and 4-6th grades, with a maximum of 12 children per group. The program is completely free and the children who participate will be able to keep all of the books that are read and discussed during the summer. The weekly meetings will be held at the J.L. King center on Tuesdays from 1:30 - 2:30 pm. Please email Dr. Brandi[...Continue Reading]
March 22nd, 2017
Sudduth Elementary School has opened its playground before school each morning to provide students with another opportunity to experience outdoor play. Sudduth Elementary PTO has installed a temporary fence around the playground but they are currently raising funds for a permanent fence that will provide an even safer, more secure environment for our students to play. If you or your business would like to contribute, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. [...Continue Reading]
March 7th, 2017
The Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District PTO celebrates the artistic talents of our students with its annual Buzzys Art Awards. PTO honored dozens of outstanding student artists who produced award-winning original works in drawing, painting, photography and writing during an awards program and reception for the students and their families on Monday. The inspiring works from our students reflected the theme of partnership as the District partners with Mississippi State University and prepares to break ground on a new 6th & 7th grade school. You can view the album of artwork at www.facebook.com/StarkvilleSD Congratulations to all of our student artists and special[...Continue Reading]
February 21st, 2017
With visions of rainbows in their heads, some students at Sudduth Elementary School learned to paint and eat a delicious and nutritious snack. The Mississippi University for Women Culinary Arts Institute introduced students to fresh fruits and vegetables that feature the colors of a rainbow during a food tasting demo at their school. The students created a rainbow on a stick, which is actually a fruit kebob, and used a pastry brush, to paint the fruit with vanilla yogurt and then rolled their special treat in granola. The students also stirred together a secret spice mix to enjoy with fresh vegetables. The[...Continue Reading]
SUDDUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Grades K – 1
101 Greenfield Street
Starkville, MS 39759
School Phone: 662.324.4150
School Fax: 662.324.6137