The Elmer A. Wolfe School was historically significant for its association with the development of public education in Union Bridge and Carroll County. The Elmer A. Wolfe School represented the consolidation and modernization of public schools during the 1930s that transformed the public school program.
Elmer A. Wolfe Elementary School's Faculty and Staff believe that:
- school, home, and community should be in a partnership to foster the growth of students
- school will be a safe and nurturing environment;
- teachers will have high academic expectations for all students and challenge them to learn at their own developmental rate
- students will be given a thorough academic background in the content areas
- students should be able to function independently and in a group
- students should become problem solvers and life long learners
- students should demonstrate pride in their school and in their work
- students should accept responsibility for themselves and their interactions with others
- and students should demonstrate respect for themselves, others, and their environment.
Our Vision is to:
Our students are blasting off to a successful year! We have identified the following behaviors as evidence that our students are STARS:
Ready to Learn