Eliza Butler Kirkbride K-8
1501 S. 7th Street
Providing all students with the academic, technological & social skills needed to be productive & contributing citizens in our society.
Eliza B. Kirkbride
Message from the Principal
Dear Kirkbride Family,
Eliza Butler Kirkbride Elementary School is a very special learning place where staff members take pride in providing students with a compassionate, nurturing, and encouraging atmosphere that is conducive to learning.
Kirkbride School is student-centered with an emphasis on teamwork, and students can be seen working together, along with teachers, in fun learning activities.
Our school community is very diverse, and Kirkbride students uphold the philosophy of respect for all cultures at all times. We believe that it is our responsibility to educate and nurture all students through the collective efforts of teachers, parents and community members. Parents are invited to join us as we help students become proficient in reading, writing and math.
I hope you enjoy exploring our website.
Happy Cinco De Mayo!
All students in grades 3-8 should log on to Study Island and practice the skills and strategies on the PSSA.
What is Ticket To Read?
Ticket to Read lets your students practice important
Please log on to Ticket to Read and practice your reading skills.
Kirkbride Selected Best Practices School-Wide for Students with Autism
Congratulations to Ms. Visco and Ms. Cahill and their support staff! The Office of Specialized Instructional Services has selected Kirkbride's Autistic Support Program as model autistic support classrooms for best practices.
Ms. Cahill's Blog informs parents and teachers about the benefits of research studies.
Kirkbride Named Best Practices School
School District of Philadelphia rewards Best Practices at schools, programs and offices.
Kirkbride received the Best Practices Award and Best Program for Fast Forword Computerized Reading Intervention. Read more....
Kirkbride School made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for the school year 2010-2011.
Kirkbride Recognized as a Keystone School in 2008-2009 School Year
Congratulations! Our principal, Dr. Magness was honored for our school's achievement by the Department of Education with a Keystone Achievement Award in recognition for the school's outstanding academic performance.
Dr. Magness received a blue and gold keystone shaped placard, from Pennsylvania Deputy Secretary of Education Diane Castlebuono.