Welcome to Mapleton Elementary School

Mapleton Elementary School

Mapleton Elementary School has approximately 95 Kindergarten through sixth grade students. We currently have one Kindergarten class, a First/Second Grade Blended classroom, a Third/Fourth Grade Blended classroom, a Fourth/Fifth Grade Blended classroom and a Fifth/Sixth Grade Blended classroom.

This year, we are focusing on the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and Math. These standards allow us to focus our instruction and develop rigorous lessons that encourage our students to be active learners and to challenge themselves academically. If you are interested in looking at the standards, this link will allow you to explore all of the Common Core State Standards.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child's education, or the new Common Core State Standards, please contact your child's teacher. As we move our focus towards the Common Core State Standards and individual Content Standards, it will be important that both you and your child understand the expectations within the classroom setting.

Mapleton Elementary School operates on a four-day school week. Most weeks, students attend school Monday through Thursday. However, in order to meet the state seat time requirement, the schedule shifts to Tuesday through Friday on some weeks with Monday holidays. Please see this year's academic calendar to see which Fridays school will be in session. Please feel free to contact me at any time. I look forward to meeting each and every one of you!

Happy Trails,
Jodi O'Mara, Elementary Principal

Calendar

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Daily SchedulePlayground

Mapleton Elementary School begins promptly at 8:10am. There is no supervision for students until 8:00am. School is released at 3:35pm. Kindergarten is held on every school day from 11:30am to 3:35pm. There will be a special bus run to pick up kindergarten students. There will be NO kindergarten on 2-hour delays.

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Boy's and Girl's Club of Western Lane County

Boy's and Girl's Club of Western Lane County will be providing an after school program for our K-12 students. Mapleton Boy's and Girl's Club will provide after school support from 3:30-6:00pm Monday through Thursday. Transportation home on Monday through Thursday will be provided to designated bus stops. In order for your child to participate in the Mapleton Boy's and Girl's Club after-school program, they need to sign up and register. The fee for Mapleton Boy's and Girl's Club is $25 for the year. If you are unable to pay, there are scholarships available.

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L.E.A.F.

The Mapleton Learning Enrichment and Fun (LEAF) program began in 2008. This grant-funded program provides enrichment, reacreational, and educational activities to students from Mapleton School District #32. Due to a funding shortfall, we have had to adjust the support that LEAF will be providing for our students. This year, LEAF is providing leadership trainings and teambuilding activities for selected students on Fridays. To apply for this program, pick up an application from the office. There will also be six weeks of swimming lessons available to students in 1st through 4th grade. These will also be on Fridays. For more information, contact LEAF: 541.268.4312 x236.

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Student Handbook

The Otter Guide (Student Handbook) lays out student expectations and general school policies and procedures for Mapleton Elementary School. It is updated each year to reflect any changes that may have occurred. Students are given paper copies at the beginning of each schoolyear, but if you've misplaced yours, here is a digital copy for you to peruse.

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Supply Lists

Supply lists are now available for the 2013-2014 school year. Printable/Savable Format

Kindergarten
All supplies will be kept in a "community" classroom supply box. Please do not label with the child's name.

1st/2nd Grade
All supplies will be kept in a "community" classroom supply box. Please do not label with the child's name.

3rd and 4th Grades

5th and 6th Grades

*Dixon-Ticonderoga wooden pencils work the best in our pencil sharpeners.

Suggestions for donated items: notebook paper, spiral notebooks, scissors, glue sticks, pencils, marker sets, colored pencils,crayons, highlighter marker sets, 3-ring binders, simplie calculators, Ziploc-style sandwich bags, Clorox wipes

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Volunteer Information

We welcome and encourage parent and community volunteers in our schools! We have several opportunities for volunteers to help students and teachers. You can volunteer to help with our Rolling Readers Program, chaperone fieldtrips or volunteer in a classroom. If you'd like to volunteer at Mapleton Elementary School, you need to fill out and pass a Criminal Background Check. These forms are available in both the Elementary School Office and Middle/High School Office. Please contact your child's teacher for more information regarding how you can be of assistance in the classroom setting at 541-268-4471.

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Last updated: 8-Nov-2013     © Mapleton School District 2007