Travis Mills joined us at Manchester Elementary on Wednesday, May 23rd to share his motivational story with our students. Not only is he a parent at our...
We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will...
Thanks to 1st Grade Teacher Jessica Gurney for planning Field Day activities for MES on Friday, June 16th! Jessica reports, “Somedays are about seeing the kids smile,...
Monday, June 12, 2017, students from the MCHS graduating class of 2017 marched through their old elementary schools to see their childhood teachers. It was a great...
In computer class we have been using technology to follow Mrs. Poulin’s nephew Danny Moody (from Winthrop), Dan Giguere (from Manchester), and Danny’s dog Daisy on their...
It is with much enthusiasm that I begin the new year as the new principal here at Manchester Elementary School. Twenty-two years ago I began my teaching career right here at MES as a student teacher in the resource room!! What a welcome surprise to find myself once again in this highly respected, caring school community.
A brief bio of me: I taught elementary school for twelve years as a resource room teacher and then a teacher of grades k-3. For the past ten years I have been a teaching principal and then a principal of two elementary schools. As importantly, I am a parent of three grown children, two step daughters, two grandsons and more grandchildren in October!! Not to mention the dogs, cats, cows, sheep and one goat named Old Joe Gage! In essence, I am a seasoned educator and parent and a slightly experienced farmer.
I love the learning process and eagerly join the MES staff to ensure your children grow academically and socially/emotionally. Though it is still early in the summer, I am anxious and excited to meet your children and I look forward to working with families and teachers in the year ahead.
Manchester Elementary School Principal
Congratulations to Mrs. Collins Grade 4 classroom who collected the most money in our recent Penny Challenge! They collected $428.32 to benefit the Travis Mills Foundation. They were treated to an ice cream party on Wednesday with Travis Mills! All other students were recognized for their participation with a special treat as well! If you would like to donate to the Travis Mills Foundation, visit www.amazon.com/registry/wishlist/244JDL8059JTM/ ref=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_ws_R7PyzbQVBVRDS
We will present the check to Travis on Field Day. We would like to thank everyone who supported this fundraiser, our students and families continue to make us a very proud school community!
On Dec 5, 2017, the MCMS iTeam hosted our first Family Code Night for parents and students in grades 3-8 from 6:30-7:30 pm. We elebrated Computer Science Education Week by learning to code with parents with their kids! It was a great evening of fun and learning!
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To ensure safety for all, the circle in front of the school is for busses only between 7:15-8:00 AM and 2:30-3:05 PM. Parents are asked to park in the rear school parking lot (near Castletown) when dropping off/picking up their child during that time. Please note, our school day does not start until 7:30 a.m. (all exterior doors are locked until this time and students will not be allowed to enter until 7:30 a.m.!) Additionally, students may not be dropped off on the playground until 7:30 a.m. because there are no duty teachers until this time!