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MISSION: All students learn at high levels
VISION: At Mapleton Elementary, student growth and success is achieved through quality education, as determined by dedicated students and faculty in a learning environment that is engaging, caring and positive.
MOTTO: Mapleton Mountaineers are safe, respectful and responsible.
MINDSETS: I am kind, resilient, a team-player, a critical-thinker and a risk-taker.

"It takes a village..."

Submitted by julie.peery on Mon, 01/11/2021 - 15:10
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"It takes a village..."

Fifth graders from Miss Thompson's class worked hard as teams to create a "volume village" on a coordinate plane. From the design of the buildings to the GPS coordinates to get around "town", the students made it all happen. Way to go with real-life problem solving and being team players!

Students of the Month

Submitted by julie.knight on Fri, 01/08/2021 - 12:46
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Students of the Month

How great it is to recognize our Students of the Month each month. These students show kindness, resilience, respect, and helpful attitudes in their daily interactions with others. We are proud of each of them for the examples they are and what they add to our school. 

Red Ribbon Week ~ Jan 11th -14th

Submitted by julie.knight on Wed, 01/06/2021 - 09:10
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Red Ribbon Week ~ Jan 11th -14th

Red Ribbon Week is next week.  We can pledge to be drug free, make good choices, and be a positive influence on others for good. We are excited to see  all your fun ideas for the dress up days ahead.. Here is the schedule below

Monday: Be a Rock Star and Stay Drug Free ~ Dress up Like a ROCK STAR

Tuesday: Follow Your Dreams by Making Good Choices ~ PAJAMA DAY

Wednesday: I have the Power to Make Good Choices Online ~ Dress Like your Favorite SUPER HERO

Day of Caring ~ January 29th

Submitted by julie.knight on Tue, 01/05/2021 - 12:17
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Day of Caring ~ January 29th

Our annual Day of Caring is right around the corner. Flyers will be coming home with your kiddos this week.  Polar Fleece nad Anti-Pill are needed, they are the best to tie with. 

* 1 1/2 yards for babies   

* 2 yards for older children

 

Danae Schilling ~ Our New 4th Grade Teacher

Submitted by julie.knight on Mon, 01/04/2021 - 11:07
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Danae Schilling ~ Our New 4th Grade Teacher

We are elated to have Mrs. Schilling as our new 4th Grade teacher. She grew up living in several different places but spent quite a bit of her elementary years in Japan. She loves new adventures, and experiencing new cultures. She enjoys ar and dancing. She is very excited to get to work at Mapleton after doing her student teaching here in the fall with Mr. Curtis. 

Welcome Welcome !!! 

Ringing in 2021

Submitted by julie.knight on Fri, 12/18/2020 - 11:18
Ringing in 2021

Looking back on 2020 we have seen challenges, progression, and a wave of phenomenal change. Through it all, we have moved forward, adapted to our surroundings, and became more aware, of those around us.  Thanks to 2020 we now have 20/20 Vision of the things that matter most.  Here is to ringing in a new year with 2021. It will be a fantastic year of new beginnings and wonderful things. 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! 

 

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