Sugarloaf Elementary (Front View)

Sugarloaf Elementary School

We are Sugarloaf! Hear us ROAR!

We are proud to be a Leader in Me Lighthouse School!

Our Administrators
Peggy Marshall – Principal
Kathy A. Jones – Lead Teacher

Ms. Marshall

Congratulations, Ms. Marshall!

It is clear that Marshall’s students are proud of their principal, as they clapped, cheered and chorused a “Sugarloaf ROAR!” for her after Superintendent David Jones announced Marshall the Regional Wells Fargo Principal of the Year. Find out more about this honor!


Sugarloaf Synergy!

Check out this incredible video of the creation of our Paw Picture!

Thank you Braddy Family!

The Paw

Newspaper Clipart

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We Are Sugarloaf! Hear Us ROAR!

Leader in Me Lighthouse

We are a Leader in Me Lighthouse School!

Becoming a Lighthouse School is a recognition schools earn because they have produced outstanding results in school and student outcomes by implementing The Leader in Me with fidelity. More than 150 schools have achieved this prestigious milestone in the world. The designation is given to schools that have demonstrated the following:


  • The school campus environment reinforces the leadership model by displaying leadership language that emphasizes individual worth and potential in hallways and classrooms.
  • Teachers integrate leadership language into school curriculum and instruction.
  • Staff collaborates and works together to effectively build a culture of leadership.
  • Students are provided with meaningful student leadership roles and responsibilities, such as mentor, public speaker, school tour guide, and greeter.
  • Parents are given opportunities to learn The Leader in Me model and the 7 Habits and are involved in activities that support the leadership model.
  • A system is in place for setting and tracking school-wide, classroom, academic, and personal goals.
  • Leadership events are held to allow students to practice their leadership skills (e.g. public speaking, sharing data, confident greetings, etc.) with community business partners, parents, and other educators.
  • The school leadership team meets regularly and oversees school-wide implementation of the leadership model with the help of students, staff, parents, and community members.
  • Measureable improvements in teacher engagement, parent satisfaction, student behavior, and academic alignment are shown by comparing baseline data with the tracking of ongoing data.