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  • A Message from the Principal
     
    Mill Creek Elementary is a school "where excellence begins". 
     
    From the Early Childhood program through fifth grade, we are focused on fostering literacy skills within a curriculum that features rigorous lessons coupled with challenges to think in creative ways.
     
    We have a full day program for gifted and talented students and  appropriately integrate students with special needs into the regular curriculum.
     
    In summary, Mill Creek Elementary is focused on enabling every student to become a positive participant in our global society.
     
    Welcome to Mill Creek Elementary School, a "place where excellence begins!"
     
     
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  • State Testing Expectations

     

    Please remember to have your child eat a good breakfast and have a good night's sleep!Being on time is also very important as well as your child having their glasses should they require glasses, etc. 

     

    Please check your child's bag for food, smartwatches, calculators and cell phones. None of these items are allowed during testing and cell phones are not allowed in class on regular days. 

     

     SCREADY will be administered May 7th and 8th and SCPASS will be administered May 14th and May 16th!

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  • Mill Creek hosts Literacy Night Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 5:45-7:30pm.

    Please come for reading strategies, math games, learn about brain gyms, art with great books, how music helps promote literacy and more!! We'll have pizza and nachos for sale!!!!

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  • Your encouraging words for kids can help them thrive in school and life! How do your words matter? 

    Positive words from parents, teachers, and mentors are a rich source of internal motivation and guidance to children and teens. Often, kids recall your words of encouragement for years to come.

    Encouraging Words Vs. Praise

    1. Be Honest. Children are the first to recognize when your words are not sincere. ...
    2. Focus on Effort, Not Ability. ...
    3. Be Specific. ...
    4. Avoid the Need to Compare. ...                                                                      
    5. Don't Over-Encourage.
    6. Don't Use Encouragement to Control      

     

      By Marilyn Price-Mitchell, PhDCOMPASS-                                                                                    

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  • School Library Month!!!

     

    Come and check our your school library and see the new books and items we have to offer! 

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  • Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Ms. Shannon Barrett our Teacher of the Year!

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  • Mill Creek Literacy Night

     

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