Future Bearcats
Monday 24th - End of Spirit Wear Sale; Basketball Game (h) vs. West View, 3:15 p.m.; Pack 35 Den Meeting  6:30 p.m.
Tuesday 25th - Student of the Month Breakfast  8:40 a.m.
Wednesday 26th - Friday 28th - THANKSGIVING BREAK!  Have a safe and happy time with family!
Every Tuesday and Thursday until 3:30 p.m.  If your child needs a quiet place to work on homework, here is the opportunity.
Parent Information
Double click on the Parent tab for information about:
Creative Child Care, Immunizations, Honeywell Instant Alert, and more.
E-Mail Addresses
To view a teacher's e-mail address, double click on the Faculty and Staff tab above.
Open Door Health Services - Shots for Tots.  Must call 286-7000 for appt. read more ...
Reporting Absences

The office opens at 7:30 a.m.  Please call as early as possible to report any absences.

School Dismissal

Students who have not been picked up by 2:45 will be placed in our Latch Key program at a cost to parents.  Please be on time to pick up your child.

MCS Calendar
Math Enrichment

Begins September 18, 2:30 p.m. Your child must have the permission form filled out to be able to participate. Click on "About Us" then "News" for all of the dates.

- The STI InformationNow & Online Payment links can be found under the Parents tab.


Welcome to Storer Elementary School 

School Closings and Delays

Muncie Community Schools makes every effort to notify school families in the event of school closings or a two-hour delay to the start of the school day. If school is canceled or delayed, we will utilize Honeywell Instant Alert, our phone and email notification system, and our school website,, and our Facebook to notify families.  In addition, information will be sent to our local radio stations and the Star Press.  The Indianapolis television stations also will be notified.


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Food Drive Collection Site
October 27th - November 21st

19th Annual Feed My Sheep Muncie

Come join us for a free hot & delicious meal, a bag of groceries, games, entertainment and fellowship!

Who: All are welcome!
When: Thanksgiving Day, Thursday Nov. 27th 2014 1-3pm
Where: Muncie Central High School, 801 N. Walnut St. Muncie, IN 47305.

Homebound individuals and families can call 765-357-4337 for free delivery of meals and a bag of groceries.

Food Drive Collection Sites: Feed My Sheep will have a number of collection sites throughout the Muncie Community. Muncie Community Schools, Wes-Del Elementary School, Muncie Area Career Center, Cornerstone Center for the Arts, Boys and Girls Club, Parlour Salon, Indiana Public Radio and more!  

Satellite Locations:  If you cannot make it to the free meal, stop by one of our satellite locations to pick up a bag of free groceries.  Locations can be found on our website.

Volunteers Needed!

To sign up visit our website,or email us at

Message from the Principal

Mrs. Ingrid Grubb

“You have brains in your head.  You have feet in your shoes.  You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  You’re on your own. And you know what you know.  And YOU are the guy who’ll decide where to go.”  So wrote Dr. Seuss in the book Oh, the Places You’ll Go!  If you have never read the book, I encourage you to read it with your student(s).  Our children are the future.  Teaching them to think, to read, to study, to explore is our job as parents and as teachers.  Helping them to understand and to believe in themselves, to believe that they can be what they want to be should be a part of that teaching.  Aiding and guiding them in setting goals and supporting them in their endeavors must be our daily job. Teaching them that it’s OK to make mistakes but learn from those mistakes.  Who knows, maybe a future President, rocket scientist, heart surgeon, writer, or famous actor or actress lives in your house and walks the halls of Storer Elementary. Let’s encourage our kids!



Equation for Success

Students + Parents + Teachers = SUCCESS for your child

1. Mobile Unit see the Doctor

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