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About Us

 

Guidelines for Success:
Be Respectful
Be Responsible
Be a Team Player
Be Willing to Learn


Natcher serves students in preschool through sixth grade. We are fortunate to have a very diverse student population with over 28 countries represented and 19 languages spoken including American Sign Language; as Natcher is the school district's center for children with hearing impairments.

Natcher is known for having students who excel academically, outstanding parent participation and a caring, highly qualified and dedicated staff. A variety of special programs support English language learners, gifted, and all students who require special assistance. Staff development informs instructional practices and shapes continuous school improvement efforts for all populations.

The School Based Decision Making  Council and Parent-Teacher Organization share leadership in policy-making and school support.  Faculty and Elementary Education students from Western Kentucky University collaborate with our teachers to offer many extra opportunities for our students.

Technology is integrated and applied by all students and faculty.  An up-to-date computer lab as well as portable units for laptops, I-pads, I-pods, and Chromebooks are available for all grade levels. Smart boards are installed in every classroom for instruction.  The library media center houses over 18,000 circulated items and nationally known children's authors and illustrators visit our school every year.

Natcher provides a clean, orderly learning environment characterized by mutual respect and high standards. Our school is utilizing the Leader in Me program using Steven Covey's, 7 Habits for Highly Effective People, to encourage leadership skills in every student.  We are striving hard to educate tomorrow's leaders.