Greetings from Lambert Elementary School!
We currently have 4 to 6 sections of each grade level.
Our classrooms average 20 students per classroom. Grades JK-4 are
located in the Lambert Building at 1001 Doctor Street. We welcome you
to our school. Our students and staff take pride in the education
provided at West Delaware.
At Lambert Elementary School all our students are given opportunities to be their best. We offer the following:
- Curriculum with mastery of benchmarks
- Community Service Projects
- Certified teachers in Art, Music, PE, Media (Grades K-4)
- Title I Reading (Grades 1-4)
- Reading Strategist
- Junior Kindergarten Program (alternate kindergarten program)
- Early Childhood Special Education (ages 3-5)
- Great After School Program – G.A.P. (Grades 1-4)
- Gifted & Talented Program (Grades K-4, Grades 3-4 focused on accelerated math)
- Family Math & Reading Night (Grades K-4)
- Guidance Department (Grades K-4)
- Olweus Anti-Bullying Program
- Volunteer Program (over 250 volunteers)
- Special Olympics (state participants)
- Computers (student: computer ratio 1:3)
- Computer Labs (stationary & portable)
- Success Maker (Grades K-4 weekly)
- Grandparent/Family Picnic
- Hawk Pride Day
- Field Trips (Grades K-4)
- Hawk Pride – Positive Behavior Support Program (PBS)
- CCM Daycare (before and after school)
Dear Principal Hameister and the Lambert Elementary School Staff,
It is with great pleasure I announce that Lambert Elementary School has received the
PBIS Honor Plus School Award for the 2012-13 school year. This award recognizes the
Lambert Elementary School community for their great effort, enthusiasm and
commitment that has brought them to this level of implementation of School-wide PBIS.
To receive this recognition schools must show evidence that certain criteria were met.
Specific criteria included having a representative, school-based leadership team who
developed the necessary tools and products, and have rolled out their PBIS plan to
students, staff and families. Honor Plus schools consistently teach and acknowledge
behavioral expectations and apply a continuum of consequences for behaviors not
consistent with the expectations. At this level, Honor Plus schools have developed
competence utilizing discipline data to make decisions regarding Universal and Targeted
supports. In addition, Honor Plus schools have met fidelity on the Benchmarks of
Quality and use this assessment to begin the development of a multi-tiered action plan.
Your products, data and action plan for future steps to implementation have been
reviewed and your award has been endorsed by your AEA PBIS Coordinator and the
PBIS Iowa Leadership Team.
Congratulations to all of you for your hard work implementing School-wide PBIS during
the 2012-13 school year. We wish you continued success with this valuable endeavor.
My best to you,
PBIS Consultant, Iowa Department of Education
Type to Learn at Home
Your Lambert student’s Type to Learn 4 account can be
accessed from home if you have a computer with an internet connection
and can load the Type to Learn 4 client software on the computer. The
software is free.
Your student’s login information is available in
their computer class. The login allows him or her to use the program.
The district login code is 145543
To get the software, click on the link that matches your operating system.