District Wide Broadcast Message

Welcome to Margaret G. Scotten Elementary

Scotten School is a wonderful place for students to learn.  We provide a rich education that integrates visual and performing arts and technology into the state standards.  Our teachers and support staff are friendly and very experienced in working with children.
 
Scotten students receive rich instruction through classroom programs by their teachers as well as visiting artists and enrichment programs during and after school. We have hands on art, martial arts, Hip Hop dancing, Japanese drumming and even a climbing wall. Our Cross Country team successfully hosted 17 schools at our 3rd annual invitational meet last year. What great families and staff we have who are so willing to help whenever and wherever needed to deliver such strong programs to our students.
 
 

Scotten's 30th Birthday PartyGo To Top of Page

Bye Bye BullyGo To Top of Page

Halloween Parade 2017Go To Top of Page

1st Cross Country Meet 2017Go To Top of Page

PBIS-Gold Medal Award 2016Go To Top of Page

 
Scotten School 
 
uses the Positive Behavior Intervention System
 
in order to create a safe and production learning environment for the students and staff. Our school has earned the distinction of Gold level for 2016. We look forward to continuing with this model and improve upon it as we go.

PBIS-Silver Medal Award 2017Go To Top of Page

      

Scotten School has earned the distinction of Silver level for 2017.We look forward to continuing with this model and improve upon it as we go.

What Is Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)?

The Turkeys Go On Strike!Go To Top of Page

"Turkeys Go on Strike" was sung by Mr. Dixon's 4th Graders, Mrs. Johnson's 2nd Graders and Mrs. Schug's TK class when they visited the "Bret Hart Retirement Inn."
 
 
                                   
 

Scotten School's Robotics at the Fair 2017Go To Top of Page

Nevada County Fair's Entry Award Winners 2017Go To Top of Page

Students at Scotten have opportunities to work together on STEAM projects like this one with Mrs. White's and Mrs. Gammelgard's classes, designing boats that can move with wind power.Go To Top of Page

On a rainy day the last week of school Mrs. Schug's TK class and Mrs. Johnson's 2nd grade class got together to create a STEAM project to make water slides. The kids were told 6 people needed a way to the top of a slide, their slide needed to have a curve and the 6 people must reach the bottom safely without touching each other.Go To Top of Page

What's New

 
 
 Parent Calendar 
for
      2017-18     
   School Year   
            Click Here            
 
 
 
 
All
Wednesdays
are
Early Release Days
Dismissal at 1:50
 
 

Welcome Back Letters 2017-2018Go To Top of Page

Power of Positive ParentingGo To Top of Page

Support and Education GroupGo To Top of Page

 
 
PEASE...don't forget to turn in BOX TOPS!

Help your Schools Library get new books!
 
 
 

 

Cross Country Season’s Schedule 2017

 
 
 
 
Continuing Kindergarten Registration
 
Call Scotten School for more Information
(530)273-6472
 
 
 

Scotten Newsletter 2016-2017Go To Top of Page

Nevada County Indian Education and Native TanfGo To Top of Page

Muffins with Mom 2017Go To Top of Page

This year’s Muffins with Mom was a wonderfully successful event. Here on Sept. 20th Moms, grandmas, aunts and other motherly role models brought their kids to have a treat.  This event is sponsored by GVPTC.

Donuts with Dad 2017Go To Top of Page

Donuts with Dad a huge success! Dads, grandpas, uncles and other father figures brought their kids to Scotten’s Multipurpose Room on Wednesday Oct. 4 for Dads with Donuts.The event brought male role models to connect their kids and Scotten. It was an event that people can’t stop talking about! Nevada County Consolidated Fire, along with the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office, joined and had treats with our Students. This event is Sponsored by GVPTC.

Donuts with DadGo To Top of Page

Week of Coding at Scotten Go To Top of Page

Mr. Dixon's 4th graders and Mrs. Johnson's 2nd graders worked all week to perfect their coding skills.