Our Mission

  • Lindenwood Elementary aligns its mission with the NPS District Mission.
    The mission of Norfolk Public Schools, the cornerstone of a proudly diverse community, is to ensure that all students maximize their academic potential, develop skills for lifelong learning and are successful contributors to a global society, as distinguished by:
    •    Courageous advocacy for all students
    •    Family and community investment
    •    Data-driven personalized learning
    •    Strong and effective leadership teams
    •    Shared responsibility for teaching and learning
    •    Access to rigorous and rewarding college and career readiness opportunities


    Lindenwood School Improvement Plan

    Monitoring will follow our School Improvement Plan below:

    Lindenwood Elementary School Comprehensive School Improvement Plan


    Lindenwood Device Distribution Plan

    There is a plan to have the devices checked out and returned.


    The devices currently are assigned to the classroom or the student directly. Each device is housed in carts that are located in each classroom for use.

    The devices remain in the building and do not go home.


    If there is an instance that a device will need to be assigned for take home use (VSA, special circumstance), AUP forms are signed and a distribution receipt will be given to be signed before the device, case, and changing adapter are issued.


    The device will have a determined due date. If the device is not returned by the due date, the device will be marked as lost in Frontline Access Management (FAM) and therefore locked from further use.


    In the future, a cart for testing will be left in the Science Lab and a cart will be available in the media center for groups, after school program use, and checkout.


    If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Alfred Rawls III at arawls321@nps.k12.va.us or (757) 628-2577