The School District of Philadelphia will remain closed for the rest of the school year due to COVID-19.
Food benefits (P-EBT) cards will be distributed to qualifying families. Learn more HERE.
Need working papers? Info HERE.
Chromebook Pickup Dates and Times
have CHANGED. Updated info HERE.
Need Chromebook help? Tech Hotlines added to Chromebook Loaner Program HERE. Internet info/resources are HERE.
Find more information about the District’s Continuity of Education Plan for students HERE. Digital Learning and Planned Instruction info HERE.
Grab-and-go meal distribution
at our 50 District school sites occurs one day per week. Learn more HERE. Sites are listed HERE.
For the latest update from Superintendent Hite, included updates on Chromebooks and supports, Digital Learning resources, how to connect with school-based staff, and calendar updates, visit our Coronavirus Information Hub.
PreK-12 Learning Guides are available HERE and at all District meal sites.
Have questions? Call our Hotlines (extended hours, available in 10 languages), email us at covid19info@philasd.org  or visit our Frequently Asked Questions webpage.

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Welcome to Laura H. Carnell Elementary School



Philly HopeLine

Support will be available by phone at 1-833-PHL-HOPE (1-833-745-4673) and by text at the same number.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hey Scholars! The Carnell Staff wanted to say something special to you! Click HERE!


The School District of Philadelphia’s Digital Learning Page HERE.

https://www.philasd.org/coronavirus/spanish/

https://www.philasd.org/coronavirus/chromebooks/

Here is a youtube video in Spanish showing how to connect to Google Classroom from the SDP student portal. Click HERE.



The Green Playspace Project

The Green Playspace project is a partnership that seeks to transform Carnell’s empty asphalt schoolyard at 1100 Devereaux Ave. into a more welcoming community-centric space that engages students and families in safe, accessible creative exercise. OCCCDA and school officials have worked with the Community Design Collaborative to develop conceptual plans that include a central ground mural, “language” running path, a “rock” wall for climbing, rubber play surfaces and mounds, basketball and soccer goals, and numerous other components. The plan further includes accessibility features meeting ADA standards, and utilizes green products such a recycled rubber.

Read more about Carnell’s Green Playspace project here.

Green Playspace Project picture

Points of Pride

  • Recognized as a “High Academic Growth” school that has shown significant student growth on state assessments over the most recent three years (2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18)
  • Within six years (2012-2018) the school advanced three performance tiers in the progress domain and moved into the highest performance tier “Model,” increasing student growth on standardized assessments by 73% as measured by the District’s SPR
  • The SPR Parent Survey (2017-2018) results returned a 71% positive response for school climate rating
  • Achieved recognition as a top school for student intervention plans in the Multi-Tier Support System – Response to Intervention and Instruction in 2015 and 2016
  • Parent and Community Engagement
  • Established a partnership with the Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association (OCCCDA) to create the Carnell Family Resource Center, the school’s community and family support services hub
  • Worked closely with the Community Design Collaborative to plan open space improvements and creation of an interactive outdoor learning space; helped raise $250,000 towards development
  • Engaged parents in the school life and teaching and learning opportunities through the School Advisory Council, Academic Parent Teacher Teams, and monthly five-minute learning walks
  • Featured in the School Redesign Initiative Case Study, by Operation Public Education, an organization based at the University of Pennsylvania