Dec. 4-Jan. 12: AIMSweb Screening (Grades K-6)
Dec. 5: Barter-Kindergarten
Dec. 7: Barter-Grades 1-2
Dec. 11: CBM-Grades 1, 3, 4
Dec. 12: Barter-Grades 3-4
CBM-2, 5, 6
Dec. 13: Barter-Grades 5-6
Dec. 15: Last day before Christmas Break (1/2 Day)
Dec. 18-Jan. 1: Christmas Holiday-No School
Jan. 3: Students return to school (Full Day)
Due to the renovations and additions to our building, we will be unable to have Christmas programs for parents to enjoy this year.
If the new gym is complete as scheduled, spring programs may be scheduled if time permits. Sorry!
The students, staff, and parents at Mountain City Elementary work very hard to make our school a great and safe place to learn. A Barter Theatre field trip is planned at the end of the first semester to see I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas. Kindergarten-sixth grade students will attend 10:00 performances on the following dates:
December 5: Kindergarten
December 7: Grades 1 & 2
December 12: Grade 3 & 4
December 13: Grades 5 & 6
Parents are welcome to attend, however, a limited number of chaperone tickets will be available on a first come first served basis. Admission to Barter will be provided at no cost for students; parents who attend will be responsible for their transportation and the cost of admission. Students are encouraged to do their best by following school policies and procedures daily to insure that they will be included in field trip plans. Additional information coming soon!
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Skills and Resource List
Want to help your student at home? Check out our grade level skills and resources! Click here
Please see our attached newsletter
Mountain City Elementary is a great place to be and what a pleasure it is to welcome you back for the 2022-2023 school year! It is truly an honor to work together with such talented and dedicated staff, students, families, and school community. We are proud of our heritage and tradition and are focused on the total development of every Pre-K/Head Start through sixth grade student. We will continue to work together to create a safe environment for teachers to teach and students to learn.
The current challenge of educating our students is faced with optimism as we focus on continuing to meet the needs of all students through virtual and in person learning. At Mountain City Elementary we work hard, we play hard, and we celebrate! We are proud and appreciative that families entrust us with the opportunity to educate the children of our district. Our strong partnership with parents and community is valued and more than ever families are urged to be active participants in educating our children. We are committed to excellence in education and are focused on having another great year!
Gay Triplett, Principal