Turman Elementary's mission is to create a community of lifelong learners.
Have you seen the Federal Impact Aid Form?
The State of Colorado has a number of federal properties that are exempt from certain local and state taxes. D2 loses tax revenue because these properties are not taxed. We are allowed to recoup some of these tax dollars when we have children whose parents serve in the military or are employed on federal property. Returning this form to your child's school helps support all students and the quality instruction they receive. Our goal for the Impact aid form is 100%, so please fill out the information and return it back to your school as soon as possible, regardless of where you work or live (on government property or not).
Has visto el formulario de Ayuda de Impacto Federal?
El estado de Colorado tiene una serie de propiedades federales que están exentos de impuestos locales y estatales. D2 pierde ingresos fiscales porque estas propiedades no son sujetos al impuesto federal. Nos permite recuperar parte de esos dólares de impuestos cuando tenemos niños cuyos padres sirven en las fuerzas armadas o se emplean en propiedad federal. Devolver esta forma a la escuela de su hijo para apoyar a todos los estudiantes y la calidad de la instrucción que reciben. Nuestro objetivo para el formulario de ayuda de impacto es de 100%, por favor completa la información y devolver a la escuela tan pronto como sea posible, independientemente del lugar donde usted trabaja o vive (en la propiedad del gobierno o no).
8:35 am to 2:05 pm
Tuesday - Friday
8:35 am to 3:35 pm
I am on time and ready
I do my personal best work
I respect myself and others
I practice safety
I ask for help when I need it
Supervision of students begins. Students may enter through the front door and go directly to the cafeteria. They will be seated by class.
Teachers will pick up students and take them to classrooms. Breakfast will be served in the classroom for those students who elect to eat.
First bell rings – Morning announcements are given over the intercom.
Tardy bell rings – Students who are not in their classrooms at this time are counted tardy. Instruction begins.
Students are dismissed by teachers out of four different exits according to their grade level:
West side – near chain link fence
1st & 5th
West side – front door
2nd & 3rd
Southside – doors at the middle of the building
The school building opens at 8:00 am and closes at 4:00 pm. In order to enter the school, visitors must ring the bell at the main entrance to the building as all doors will be locked throughout the school day.
Breakfast and Lunch
For the 2014-2015 school year, Harrison School District 2 is providing breakfast and lunch for free for all students.
Kiss and Go Lane
The right lane in front of the school is a drop off and pick up lane. All drivers must remain in their vehicles in this lane. If you are going to get out of your car, please find a place to park in the parking lot on the north side of the building.
Established in 1987, Turman Elementary was named after Robert L. Turman. Mr. Turman served a decade on the Harrison School District board and was dedicated to educating the children of Colorado Springs.
Our 2012 state assessment results were outstanding! Out of all of the schools in the district, Turman students were ranked first in growth in reading, tied for first in growth in writing, and second in growth in math. We are extremely proud of our teachers, staff, and students for their hard work and great achievement!
We are eager to see our 2013 state assessment growth rates when they are released this summer.
Turman Elementary School offers the following special programs for our students:
- Keep It Moving
- Student Council
- Music Class
- Art Club
- Intramural Sports
- Reading Club
- Homework Club
View our Accelerated Reader page and see the progress our students are making in reading.