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Welcome to the Naumann Elementary Community!
 
Some Basic Facts
Naumann Elementary opened in 1998 and is named for former LISD board member Pauline Naumann. It's mascot is the Knights, and it's colors are Royal Blue and Silver. About 750 students are expected to attend Naumann in the 2013-2014 school year. As a result of district rezoning that will take effect next year, about 540 students are expected to attend Naumann in the 2014-2015 school year.
 
Guiding Philosophies
Leander ISD's Vision is that "Every student is encouraged, supported, and challenged to achieve the highest levels of knowledge, skills, and character". Naumann follows the guiding documents adopted by LISD:
 
LISD Learning Model, including the Seven Student Learning Behaviors
Ten Ethical Principles
Graduate Profile
 
In addition, when it opened, Naumann staff and parents developed the Naumann community's own Core Values and Shared Vision.
 
Naumann follows a Behavior Management System that cares for the whole child.
 
Naumann also incorporates the Leader in Me model and the C Squared program, both described below.
 
The Leader in Me 
Has your child become proactive? Does she synergize?
She may be discovering the leader in her.
Thanks to a LEEF (Leander ISD Educational Excellence Foundation) grant, Naumann students are being introduced to the Leader in Me model, based on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. The goal is to help students develop life-long habits that foster success.
You can learn more about the Leader in Me model through the following links...
The Leader in Me website 
Mrs. Guilvezan's Leader in Me resource page 
 
...and through parent resources in the school library. A few copies of these books are available in the library:
• The Leader in Me
• Parents’ Guide to The Leader in Me
In addition to those books, classrooms will have copies of the book The 7 Habits of Happy Kids and related materials for the students.
 
 

C Squared

C² began as a club coalition at Leander High School in May of 2010. The purpose of the club is to promote a culture of caring and bring awareness to the issue of bullying in schools today. C² activities are developed and implemented by students with assistance as needed from sponsors. All activities are intended to create a culture of caring and acceptance within the school community. The program uses the color yellow and the "smiley face" in its theme.

Students in grades K-2 may join C2 by obtaining an application from their teacher. Students in grades 3-5 may join C2 by attending one of three information sessions held during their recess time. Dates of these sessions will be posted on the C2 wall outside school counselor Mrs. Anderson’s office and reminders will be made on the morning announcements.