Serving roughly 1500 students, we pride ourselves in offering small class sizes and a variety of opportunities for our students and staff. We are small enough to share a strong sense of community.
Summer School Registration Deadline
May 6, 2016
Questions? Please contact the appropriate building office:
Children entering grades k-2 in Fall 2016: Missy Kirmse - 657-2148
Children entering grades 3-5 in Fall 2016: Diana Smith - 657-2145
Children entering grades 6-8 in Fall 2016: Nancy Rupard - 657-2146
Fulton Invitation Baseball Tournament
The Camp Invention program is a week long summer enrichment program that partners with schools across the country to reinforce the traditional school year with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) concepts through inquiry-based, hands-on engagement.Taught by local educators, the Camp Invention program is comprised of 32.5 hours of programming, designed to be delivered over five consecutive 6.5-hour days. Aligned to education standards, the Camp Invention program is designed to meet the needs of both primary and intermediate students.
Please note that per HB-300 regulations, MSHSAA has released its annual Interscholastic Youth Sports Brain Injury Report regarding the impact of student athlete concussions and head injuries and the efforts that have been made to minimize damages from school sports injuries on the MSHSAA website. This report is located by going to www.mshsaa.org and then going to the SPORTS MEDICINE TAB.
Patrons and Students,
In an effort to meet the needs of our students, the district purchased a new service to help identify and resolve concerns. Whether it is bullying, violence, crime or something you just need to talk to someone about, please let us know. Tell a parent, tell a teacher, or use our school hotline.
If you send a text message, a school official can reply to you. If you call, you will be asked to leave a voice message that a school official can listen to. They are not able to see your phone number or identity. To the extent that the caller wants to be, concerns can be expressed completely in an anonymous approach.
Posters have been hung in each of the building promoting the system.
The success of every student is critical. If concerns are not resolved effectively it affects kids in negative ways. I encourage you to report concerns to the building administrators or myself. In the event that you do not feel comfortable reporting concerns in person, then I ask that you call our school hotline at (573) 271-2010.
Dale Van Deven Brandy Clark Amy James Kevin Kiley
(573) 657-2144 (573) 657-2148 (573) 657-2145 (573) 657-2146
6:30 PM School Board Meeting