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The highly qualified staff at SDE strives to provide a responsive instructional program focused on every student to develop innovative, critical thinking and problem solving skills in preparation for the 21st century.  To achieve these goals and promote the well-being of all student, we will create and maintain open communication between all stakeholders.


Vision Statement

Seventh District will prepare today’s learners to become tomorrow’s leaders in a globally competitive society.  We envision a self-reflective culture of learning that promotes communication, collaboration and critical thinking. Educators will facilitate authentic, student-centered instruction that embraces the diversity of all students. Together students, parents, teachers and community members will empower students who are committed to lifelong learning. 



Use this link to complete the training. Volunteer Training The training should only take five to six minutes.


Once you have completed the training, click on "Get a certificate of completion" to print a copy that can be used at any BCPS school. If you are not able to print a copy of the certificate, have the school’s volunteer coordinator, Mrs. Henn, verify your completion of the orientation.

Monthly Newsletter

5-14-15 pdf.pdf
1-15-15 pdf.pdf





School Supply Lists for 2015-2016 School Year

Please click on the link below to view the grade level's supply list for next school year. 

1st Grade Supply List.pdf
Kindergarten Supply List.pdf
3rd grade.pdf
2nd Grade Supply List.pdf
5th grade.pdf
4th grade.pdf

Seventh District teachers are working hard to create classroom environments that are student centered. We are striving to allow all learners the opportunity to explore how they learn best and provide them with furniture to suit those needs. With the gracious support of the PTA and some school funds, we have been able to buy a large quantity of new furniture options. The teachers still have some desired items that were unable to be purchased. If you have any of the following items in your home and you would like to donate them, please bring them to the school office this summer. We are asking that the items be in good to excellent condition. If you are unsure about an item, please email Mrs. Wisnom at Thank you for being such a supportive community!


  • Plastic Adirondack chairs
  • Folding camping chairs
  • Wooden coffee tables
  • Wooden end tables
  • Folding Leisure chairs
  • Plastic tubs – large
  • Large Floor pillows
  • Seat cushions
  • Stools
  • Small Child size wooden table and chairs
  • Collapsible tents