Upcoming Events

Wednesday, October 14
Stranger Danger
1:00 PM
K-2 @1 PM
3-5 @ 2 PM
Tuesday, October 20
Grading Period Ends
Friday, October 23
Fall Festival
5:30-7:30 PM
Thursday, October 29
Report Cards Sent Home
Friday, October 30
3rd Grade Field Trip
Stage One
Town Hall


Today, 10/10/2015
High: 70 Low: 49
Partly sunny
2% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 10/11/2015
High: 77 Low: 53
Mostly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.

Welcome to Our School

Rutherford Elementary provides a literature-based curriculum nurtured by
team-teaching and cooperative learning.

Principal's Message

Dear Rutherford Community,

Welcome to Rutherford Elementary. It is a privilege and honor to be the principal at such a wonderful and exciting place for learning. I am the warm, friendly face that you will see bright and early as I greet all who enter the building. As children enter the building, we want you to know that they are valued and surrounded by dedicated staff members that go far and beyond to instill enriched learning opportunities as well as social skills to enhance their educational experience.Our primary focus is to work together with our families to ensure that all children are successful. Read more...

Reading At Home

Don't stop reading at home even though school has started. Here's why!

from: http://schenkgr4.blogspot.com/2013/04/why-read-20-minutes-pinterest-inspired.html

Celebration of Differences

Rutherford is a true melting pot of the world's cultures. Our students don't just attend classes with children from around the world but we all participate and celebrate in this diversity. All students are included and there is a daily respect and appreciation throughout our population of students and staff for all cultures. Everyday is a learning experience that brings with it new ideas and new understandings that teach students to accept themselves and others for who they are. A large portion of our cultural diversity comes from the continent of Asia. Every year, Rutherford has a school-wide celebration of the Asian New Year. It is always great fun! Students of all races, ethnicities, backgrounds, and cultural differences participate and learn many traditions and aspects of Asian culture. Celebrations and activities for African American, Hispanic, and other cultures can be found throughout the year as well.


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