About the School

The community this school serves is unique and provides a diverse environment.  In addition to the cultural diversity as seen in the enrollment data, there is a wide range in socioeconomic factors that contribute to our student population at Chase resulting in Title I funding. 

  • Regular classes: 363
  • Special Education-inclusion only: 52
  • ESOL: 47
  • American Indian/Alaskan: 0
  • Asian: 5
  • African American: 86
  • Hispanic:  83
  • Pacific Island: 2
  • 2 or more Ethnicities:  21
  • White: 166

Structure and Programs:   

  • Career and Technology:   Grades Pre-K -5  1:1 Chromebooks, Wireless Internet throughout the building, Interactive Whiteboards, Document Cameras, and Docking Stations in all instructional spaces.


  • Classroom Teachers
    • Highly Qualified: All teachers at Chase are highly qualified.
  • Teacher Support
    • Full-time: 2.5 Special Educators, Guidance Counselor, Library Media Specialist, Staff Development Teacher, Music Teacher, Instrumental Music Teacher, Art Teacher, Physical Education Teacher, Speech, Teacher, 4 Instructional Assistants,  6 Additional Adult Support
    • Part-time:  Social Worker, School Psychologist, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy,  ELL
  • Administration: Principal and Assistant Principal
  • Office: Administrative Secretary and Clerical Secretary