Welcome to McMillan Elementary
August 27 - Family Orientation Night (all students and parents), 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Check out the Rocket City News (right column) for full details
September 2 - First day of school for all students (full day)
Mighty McMillan Happenings...
Our Mission Statement: "The school community, families and students are partners in building the foundation for students to become decision makers, independent thinkers and life-long learners."
Dream, Believe and Achieve!!
McMillan Elementary is a Preschool through 4th grade building with 300 students, located in a rural setting. We constantly strive to help all students succeed, both in the classroom and the greater world.
Our school community consists of families, staff, volunteers, and students. We share the responsibility of helping all students become successful learners. McMillan welcomes volunteers, and there are many ways to become involved including: parent/teacher conferences, PTO activities and fundraisers, volunteering in the classroom or field trips, attending family night activities, and volunteering as an Adopt-a-Reader.
Check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mcmillanel
Mighty McMillan School Improvement Goals
Every Fall, after reviewing data from the previous year, our staff comes together to determine our School Improvement Goals for the year. We have identifed three specific areas and have created S.M.A.R.T. goals. Our goal for reading is to continue to see growth in the area of reading comprehension. This includes having our children make connections to the text that they are reading, as well as being able to make inferences, or predictions based on what they have read. In writing, we are working hard to help our students share details and examples and stay focued on the topic of writing. In math, our students need a strong foundation in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
We can't do this alone! With extra practice and support at home, our students will be able to achieve the goals that we have in place. Please click on the following link for information on ways to help your child at home.
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