At Midland Park Primary, we will develop a love of learning in a nurturing and respectful community in preparation for life-long achievement.
Congratulations to the students who received awards for this 9 weeks! We are so proud of all your hard work!!! #PBIScelebration
[03/19/19] There will be food boxes in the foyer this Thursday and Friday! If you can't pick up a box this week please call the school and ask the front desk to hold one for you! Thanks! :)
Parenting tip for when your child gets upset!
‘Crazy for Kindness!’ 🤪 Crazy Hair Day!
Peace ✌🏽, love ❤️, and kindness 👫 day!! Celebrating the Great Kindness Challenge this week! Don’t forget to wear crazy hair tomorrow! “Crazy for Kindness!”
PBIS Celebration for 2nd quarter! Great job, CD classes!!! ⭐️🌟✨
A great write up about our visit to MUSC! https://web.musc.edu/about/news-center/2019/01/18/sjch-midland-park-visit?fbclid=IwAR3W1bQI77LA__iQOC6FiU0BqwCSiA0up_n9yc6puJv-8oZmos3cnPd743w
CCSD Career & Technology Education
web.musc.edu Is it a good idea to stick small items up your nose? How many bones are in your body? Some kindergartners found out when they visited MUSC Children's Health.
Thanks for having us Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)!! The students loved learning about what doctors and construction workers do! CCSD Career & Technology Education
Is it a good idea to stick small items up your nose? How many bones are in the human body? Kindergartners from Midland Park Primary learned the answers to these questions and more when they visited construction HQ for the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital this week. Read more in the link! (Answers: NO and 206)
Celebrating Polar Express Day at school!!! The students and staff wore their pajamas, had hot cocoa, and participated in Polar Express activities. Thanks Conductor Croghan!
Reminder: Friday, December 21st is a half day for students. We dismiss at 10:25 a.m.
Our Holiday Performance was a huge success! The students sang carols and we even had a special visitor drop by... Santa and Mrs. Claus!!
[12/17/18] Happy Monday! There are still plenty of school pantry food boxes left over! Come by this week and pick up some extra food for your family over the holidays!
This Thanksgiving we are thankful for volunteers!! Thank you, University School of the Lowcountry, for volunteering on Day of Caring!! ❤️Thank you, Charleston Southern University Basketball Team, for being mentors to our students!! 🏀
We appreciate y’all!!! Happy Thanksgiving!! 🍁🦃
Thanks, Burke High School, for helping out at our Fall Festival today!! We loved having you!!
Congrats to our October Terrific Kids!! Thanks for being terrific!!!🌟✨
Next week is "Read Aloud to Children Week!" October 22-October 28. Visit this website for great resources! https://readtothem.org/programs/read-aloud-child-week-2018/
readtothem.org Reading aloud changes lives, unites schools, and transforms communities.
Hispanic Heritgae Month was a blast at MPP! The children enjoyed the piñatas, learning songs in Spanish, making marcaras, and listening to bilingual books. The faculty, staff, and parents enjoyed trying different dishes that the parents at MPP cooked so we could learn more about their culture. Hispanic Heritage Month was a success!
We are so thankful that the Charleston Southern University basketball players spent their free day hanging out with our kindergartners today!! Thanks for being great leaders!!! 💕 Also grateful for the Coach’s wife (Mrs. Radebaugh) spending time with our students! They loved little Sullivan! 🐶🏀❤️
We will resume our normal schedule on Monday, September 17th. Doors will open at 7AM. All school buses and bus routes will run as scheduled. See you then!
Check out the Hurricane Preparedness Guide
We will be closed tomorrow, September 11 in anticipation of the potential impacts caused by Hurricane Florence.
The timeline for reopening will be determined by the status of evacuation orders, the path of the storm and degree of impact to our community.
Stay tuned to the news for the latest updates regarding weather and school. Most importantly, stay safe!!
Looking forward to another great school year!!
Come out to Radiant Church (right next to the school) this Saturday for some fun and a chance to win free school supplies!
How to Save Money on School Supplies
1. STICK TO THE LIST
Any item not on the list provided by your child’s teacher probably isn’t needed. Although kids may beg for extra supplies, make a rule that if something isn’t on the list, you won’t buy it. They can have fun picking out the items that are actually needed.
2. SHOP AT HOME FIRST
You likely have several things at home that can be used. Look in your office for pencils, pens, unused notebooks, notebook paper, and more. Remember to check your child’s book bag, crayons, lunch box, and anything else that comes to mind.
3. COMBINE THE SAVE
If you have more than one child and they each have a separate list of school supply items, you’ll want to combine them all into one master list. Tally up the total number of notebooks needed. Do the same for calculators, pencils, rulers, and everything.
When you get to the store, it will be easier to pick up a bundle of items then go back and forth filling each individual child’s list. Then, when you get home, you can divide up the items to give to each child using their own list. This may also save you money since there are often deals on packs of folders, paper, pencils, and other supplies. Often you can buy a pack of ten folders for less than you can buy a single folder.
4. BUY THE BASICS
Yes, glitter pens are cool and pencils with wacky patterns on them are really fun, but they cost more than basic pens and standard pencils. You will save a ton of money buying the basics rather than the fancy styles. You will want to double check your school’s list of supplies as some schools want only plain colored notebooks, folders, pens, and pencils anyway.
Don't forget... Tax Free Shopping this weekend (August 3-5)!! Make sure you go out and get your school supplies.
2018-2019 School Supply List
‼️‼️Free summer meals‼️‼️
Check out the info on this link for locations and other details! We hope you have a wonderful and safe summer!
m.live5news.com CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Charleston County Public Libraries is serving free breakfast to children in need this summer.The Summer Feeding Program allows school districts to give out sum
Thank you to Paws for Literacy for coming out and listening to our kindergartners read!
Congratulations!!!! These two students won the March raffle for perfect attendance!!!! Thank you for coming to school every day in March and on time!!!
The next drawing will be on April 30th! Come to school everyday and ON TIME to be entered into the raffle!! Good luck!
[April raffle prize: gift card for the parent and gift baggie for the student!]🎉
Congratulations to our two teachers of the month!!!!!!! Ms. Caputo & Mrs. Croghan!!! We are so thankful for all your hard work, joy, and true team spirit!!!
The 3rd nine weeks is done! Kindergarten students got to eat lunch with Ms Hollon for good behavior and many of them got awards!
Bishop England High School Spanish club came to school today to read to our students!! Thank you so much, BE!!! The students loved spending time with y’all!!!! ❤️ 📚
[03/14/18] Don’t forget- tomorrow (Wednesday March 14) is an EARLY RELEASE day for students. Students will be dismissed at 12:25!
Students in Ms. Golliday’s class got to eat ice cream with Ms. McCraw and Ms. Morris in the front office as a reward for their good behavior!
Happy Tuesday! Parent book check-out starts today!! Our librarian will be here to help you check out a book from 1:45-2:10! You could also grab a school pantry box full of goodies on your way out! Free food and books!! 😁
Please come pick up a food box today! First come first serve! ❤️💕🎉 (bread goodies as well!)
Kindergarten had an amazing time at the aquarium! We learned all about habitats and got to touch some of the animals!
Practicing our dance moves with our special guest and performer! #CelebrateBlackHistory
Thank you so much, Burke High School!! Your Spanish class did such a great job working with our students today! Our students loved hearing your Spanish speaking skills and playing games! Thanks for coming!
Happy Valentine’s Day! And day #3 of our kindness challenge! The kindergarten students passed out Valentine’s and wrote notes to staff members in the school or their families!
Day #2 of our Kindness Challenge! ❤️💕❤️💕
“Never be so busy as not to think of others.” – Mother Teresa
Day #1 of our Kindness Challenge! ❤️•”No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.”•
Our kindness challenge has begun! The CD and Kindergarten classes are taking part in a “kindness challenge”. Students who are caught being kind are given a red heart. The class with the most hearts wins an ice cream party!
Ms. Golliday’s class showed their kindness by delivering all the kindergarten snacks today!
Learn how to carry out a student-led STEAM Fest to showcase inquiry-based learning at your school.
We study and talk about energy issues focusing on the risks on atomic power reactors and nuclear waste dumps.
The Charleston Mentor Society is an organization that is dedicated to building a community of mentors within the College of Charleston.
The Young Writer's Camp is held every summer on the Citadel Campus for children interested in developing and strengthening their writing skills. Certified teachers work in small groups presenting daily mini lessons to captivate and inspire young writers.
Help for parents going through divorce or custody disputes. Learn effective communication/negotiating skills; develop parenting plans; supervised visits.
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