M. E. Pearson Elementary School

School Highlights 2016 - 2017

Community Service: 

  • Jump Rope for Heart

Fundraising:

  • Boxtops
  • 5th Grade sold Smencils and Smens for their 5th Grade Fun Day
  • McDonald’s Night
  • Holiday Raffle Baskets

Caring for Kids Community Partners: 
Our community partners have been instrumental in bringing many activities and support to our school.

  • Art with Chris Green (PK & 1st)
  • Community Garden (PK)
  • M.E.P. Garden (4th)
  • M.E.P. Clean Up
  • CABA Parade
  • Back Snacks from Harvesters

Family Events: 
These events bring our families into our school to share an experience with their student.  This year at each event families were given books to add to their hoe libraries to reinforce our push for reading daily.

  • Literacy Night
  • Math Night
  • Science Night
  • Back to School Night
  • FAS Nights
  • Trunk-or-Treat
  • Family Movie Night
  • Open Library Saturday Mornings
  • Book Fairs
  • Father/Daughter Dance
  • Mother/Son Dance
  • Muffins w/ Moms, Donuts with Dudes, and Grandparents breakfast

District Events:

  • Battle of the Books
  • Math Relays
  • Are You Faster Than a Fifth Grader? (5th)
  • Kansas Kids Fit Day (3rd)
  • Field Day

 

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