Fall Festival Fun!
Read about things we do at MES
Constitution Day Parade
Our school participates in the annual Constitution Day Parade
honoring our country's constitution. Students carry flags, signs,
and special guests attend to march downtown around the square
and back to MES. Here is an article from the Moulton Advertiser:
MES sponsors a fall festival as a fund raiser to purchase
additional resources for our school. Students and parents are
encouraged to attend this fun-filled event. Volunteers are always
needed for these activities.
All grades enjoy field trip(s) during the school year. Homeroom teachers will provide information concerning these trips along with permission slips required for students to attend.
MES offers Indian Education for students to learn about their Indian heritage. Students in K-4 visit the Indian Mounds in Oakville and make Indian crafts to accompany the lessons. State guidelines are followed and some lessons included are map skills, phonics and social studies. The class meets the entire school year, three days a week. Students also participate in the annual Indian Festival held in May.
Each grade presents a program in coordination with PTO meetings. The following grades present these programs:
Second Grade-Veterans Day
Read Across America
Each March we celebrate Dr.Seuss' birthday in honor of his contribution to children's literature. Guest readers read all kinds of Dr. Seuss books to the students.
One day in May is set aside for the students to enjoy a fund raiser with lots of fun activities in the sun. Students and parents are encouraged to attend and volunteers are always needed to help with this event.