It’s tough to know how your child is doing in school without a point of comparison. Here's what essential skills in reading, writing and math look like, grade by grade.
The website below gives parents an idea of what their children should be able to do by the end of the year with the Common Core.
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MCES will strive to inspire each student and staff member to grow academically, socially, and globally to their fullest potential in a nurturing and safe environment.
In partnership with parents, teachers, and community members, MCES will provide an education for all students which will prepare them for academic, social, and global success. We build relationships in a progressive educational community with high expectations, tolerance, integrity, and personal growth.
The Hickory Crawdad's baseball reading program is being held April 27th-May 24th. The goal is to read 100 minutes per week over a 4 week time period. The students who complete the program will be honored at either the May 29th game or the May 30th through a pre-game parade. Students will need to log their minutes on the bookmark that went home Friday April 24th. The student's parents or teachers can initial each box for completion. This bookmark is your free ticket into the game if you complete the program 100 minutes per week for 4 weeks for a total of 400 minutes. It you choose to go May 29th there will be fireworks or if you choose to the May 30th game there will be an Atlanta Braves Player.
Thank you to all the MCES families that came to the breakfast this morning. We appreciate you taking the time to learn about ways to help support your student in literacy and reading.
Millers Creek Elementary Won 2nd Place in the Elementary Battle of the Books County Competition
Remember we have lots of E-books the students can access at home Click below to find out how Read more...
Click on Millers Creek Elem
Login using the student's student ID Password is their birth date
example June 12, 2007 password will be 6122007
Click follett shelf on the left
Rylee Howell was Wilkes County Top Reader for the ASU Summer Reading Program for Grades 1-3. Rylee read 414 books over the summer. She said "her grandma took her almost everyday to the public library to get books to read" Since Rylee was the top reader in the county for grades 1-3 she got tickets to the ASU football game on November 1st. She got to go to a tailgating party, tour the locker rooms, and had fun with face painting and lots of surprises. Rylee was also recognized on the field at the halftime show. We are very proud of her at Miller Creek Elementary.
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Monday, May 25
No School Memorial Day Holiday
Friday, June 5
Last Day of School Early Dismissal
Mon, Jun 8 - Wed, Jun 10
No School - Required Work Day
Thank you to Wilkes County Central Office for reading with our Pre-K - 1st grade. We appreciate you helping encourage our students to enjoy literacy.
Thank you to Lowe's Companies for helping our students make Community cards. These cards will be sent to nursing homes and Wilkes County Community workers, to show them how much we appreciate what they do for our community. We appreciate all the support and donations that Lowe's Companies has given MCES.