Welcome to Storer Elementary School
MCS has launched the Strategic Planning Survey.
We ask that all stakeholders complete the survey. By taking the survey,
you will assist us in the planning for the future of Muncie Community Schools.
In an effort to improve system practices, Storer Elementary School is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to:
http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/8821484 Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
PARENT ISTEP LETTER FROM MCS
CONGRATULATIONS STORER SPELL BOWL TEAM FOR
REGIONAL SPELLING COMPETITION FOR THE
6TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR!
SITE (Storer in the Evenings) DATES!
January 14 Reading & Math Strategies (K-2)
ISTEP STRATEGIES (3-5)
February 11 Have a Heart for Reading
April 5 Write Night
May 19 Reading Fair with Book Report Displays
Mrs. Kelly Scott, Principal at Storer Elementary.
Message from Mrs. Scott,
Dear Storer Families,
October was filled with many wonderful happenings! Our first, second, and fifth grade students attended Camp Adventure with Ms. Cook. Our kindergarten students traveled to Tuttle’s Orchard and our preschool students visited Whitetail Farms. We smiled pretty for picture day, participated in the Great American Shake Out, began donating to United Way, and participated in Red Ribbon Week activities! Our Spell Bowl completed two meets in preparation for Regionals this month! Within our classrooms we learned about shapes, read Charlotte’s Web, made the connection between repeated addition and multiplication, learned letter sounds and new words, did experiments with boat design and buoyancy, explored themes and topics of books, and many other fascinating focus standards.
Our Math & Masks SITE Event was a huge success. We were privileged to have MCS Board President, Mr. Warner, attend and mingle with our families. We appreciated BSU and their team for organizing and staffing the event, and for First Church of the Nazarene for donating most of the materials for the event. Students and their families enjoyed the evening estimating, measuring, and weighing pumpkins, building three-dimensional figures with candy and toothpicks, and playing many different games related to math concepts. Thank you to all who attended! Please add the following events to your calendars in order to enjoy much more family fun!
Dec. 10th Christmas Program
January 14th (21st snow date) Reading & Math Strategies K- 2nd & ISTEP Strategies 3rd -5th
February 11th Have a Heart for Reading
April 5th Write Night
May 19th Book Report Fair
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