Hours:
Monday-Friday
7:05am-4:00pm


MES Bell Schedule

2022/2023

Building Opens....7:05am
First Bell...7:25am

(students in class)
Tardy Bell...7:35am
(Instruction begins)
Dismissal...2:00pm

*no pick-up from the front office after 1:45pm*
For all transportation changes, please email tbritton@gcsd.k12.sc.us or jcoffield@gcsd.k12.sc.us
by 1:30pm, or send in a sign note to your child's teacher.


 
Our Mission

To develop lifelong learners

who will respectfully, responsibly, and

positively impact our culturally diverse

world 
 
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Please check under PARENT INFO to read:

Maryville Elementary School-Family Handbook
The ABC'S of MES

Parents of Bus Riders

 Pre-K through 3rd grade students WILL NOT be dropped off without a parent/guardian present to receive them

4th & 5th grade students will need a note if they are going to be allowed to be dropped off without a parent/guardian being present at home
Los estudiantes de Pre-K a grado 3 (tres) NO serán dejados sin la presencia de un padre/tutor para recibirlos.

Los estudiantes de grado 4 (cuatro) y grado 5 (cinco) necesitarán una nota si se les va a permitir que los dejen sin que un padre/tutor esté presente en casa.

        

Students of the Month – Student Life – Parkview School
November

 

Kindergarten- Corice Burroughs (Cook), Vern Washington (Phillips), Ashanti Heyward (Bruorton), Da’Miya Giles (Ellis) 

First Grade- William Riley (Byrge), Ximena Mezquite-Paso (Matthews), Abraham Camacho (Johnson), Piper Watts (Flowers) 

Second Grade- Mason Batchelder (Brule), Ahmir Grant (Grant), Zachary Anderson (Green), Malachi Bromell (Butler) 

Third Grade- Gian Ortiz (Dozier), McKEnzie Mickel (Moore), SaiLayah Hickman (Reed), Bryce Dickerson (Cheely) 

Fourth Grade- Ava Hennesy (Andrus), Leo Rivera-Sanchez (Turner), Michael Ramirez (Washington) 

Fifth Grade- Kendall Graves (Adollf), Serenity MacGregor (Cunningham), Zipporah Black (Wall)   




Wapato School District


December

 
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District News

Principal's Corner

 

          Welcome, Maryville Colts, to the 2022-2023 school year!

                   Letter from the Principal                   


Dear Maryville Elementary Family,

 

It is my great honor to introduce myself as the principal of Maryville Elementary School! I am so excited about becoming a part of the family atmosphere that the Maryville community takes such pride in. This year will mark my 19th year in education. I spent 10 years in the classroom setting before moving to serve as the Reading Coach at Kensington Elementary for four years. Most recently, I served as the Assistant Principal for the last four years. I am looking forward to taking all that I have learned over the course of those 18 years and applying those skills to lead our Maryville family.

 

 I want to take a moment to express to you just how important staying connected to families is to the success of our school and our students. There will be multiple opportunities throughout the year for you to engage in your child’s educational journey here at the school! We must all do our part to ensure our Colts are college and career ready citizens.

 

The theme for the 2022-2023 school year is “Growing Greatness.” Oftentimes when we think of growth in school, we think of academics. However, I would like to challenge us all to consider how we are growing our Colts academically, behaviorally, socially, and emotionally. By partnering with one another, we can make great things happen and see this growth within our students. You can assist us by ensuring that your child:

 

  • Attends school daily and arrives on time
  • Completes all assigned homework and classwork
  • Reads daily to foster a love of reading
  • Exhibits respect of self and others
  • Demonstrates responsibility

 

Your support is so appreciated as we work to educate our Colts to be the best they can be! I look forward to getting to know each of you and collaborating with you to make our school the best it can be.

 

Leading, Learning, Growing, and Serving,

 

Principal

Dr. Carla Brandon


Upcoming Events


Upcoming Events!

Shortcuts

  1. Daily Learning Planner to help your children do well in school for the fall.
  2. Helping Children Learn – Tips families can use to help children do better in school (Early Childhood and Elementary Version)
  3. Parents Make the Difference – Tips for successful home-school relationships  (Early Childhood and Elementary Version)


December 2022 Newsletters
Parent(ELEM) (1).pdf
Parents(EARLY) (3).pdf
HelpingChildrenLearn(ELEM) (1).pdf
HelpingChildrenLearn(EARLY).pdf



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