Midland International Elementary School

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    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29TH, PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE - NO STUDENTS

    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH, PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE- NO STUDENTS 

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  • Hello Midland Families, 

    As we approach the days of colder weather, I want to ask for your help.  Due to COVID - 19 we are keeping our students in classroom groups to reduce their possible exposure to the virus.  When students arrive at school, they are admitted to go directly to class at 7:45 a.m. and our teachers are ready to receive them. 

    If students arrive before 7:45 a.m. they will have to wait outside.  In the past, we have been able to bring students inside and watch them as a group until teachers were ready.  We can no longer provide that accommodation.  If you need your child to arrive at school before 7:45, please contact the YMCA to arrange before school care.  They almost have enough students to begin a morning program.  They can be reached at 719-329-7284.

    School begins promptly at 8:00 a.m.  Students who arrive after 8:00 are tardy.  Students who arrive after 8:20 are marked absent for the morning because they have missed more than 10% of the morning. On-line students are expected to log in two their teachers Webex room every morning and complete their daily assignment to be marked present. 

    Please see the attached letter for our bell schedule. Daily Bell Schedule

    Please remind your students to bring a coat and wear their mask every day. The weather can change quickly and we always go outside for recess if the temperature is above 17 degrees. 

    Thank you for your support, 

    Karen Newton


    We are so excited to be welcoming students back to the school.  Click here for more information.Welcoming students back

     

     

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  • Home Screening

    Please review the attached document.  Before you send your child to school we need you to screen them for symptoms.  If your child is sick please keep them at home.  Please call the office to report all absences.  All students will be required to wear a mask.

    At Home Symptom Screening
    At Home Symptom Screening - Spanish

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Our School

  • Midland International Elementary Schoolmidland
    2110 W. Broadway St
    Colorado Springs, CO 80904

    MISSION: We dare to empower the whole student to profoundly impact our world.

    VISION: We are a dynamic, collaborative community of energized educators, engaged students and supportive partners with a passion for continuous learning.

    PURPOSE:  Provide a student-centered curriculum that is both challenging and relevant in a safe, nurturing learning environment.  

    Midland International Elementary offers students a strong reading, writing and mathematics foundation in a nurturing environment.  We honor individual learning and offer many opportunities for students to take action as they make the world a better place.  We provide 1:1 computers for students in grades 3-5.  Students participate in Spanish, Music, Art and Technology classes.  MIES is tucked away on the Westside of Colorado Springs and we would love for you and your children to come and take a tour of our building!

District News

  • Parent/Guardian/Teacher Conferences

    It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway through the first quarter of the school year! Despite the challenges of the pandemic, it’s still vital for families to connect with their child’s teacher(s). Parent/Guardian/Teacher conferences will soon be taking place, and although they may be virtual or different than in the past, there are still some things that never change. For starters, be prepared with the questions you have for your child’s teacher(s). Second, be open and honest and share your child’s strengths and weaknesses, letting the teacher know how best to work with your student. Third, keep the lines of communication open and let your child’s teacher(s) know the best way to reach you. Ask the best way to contact them should you have questions or concerns that arise.

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  • D11 Insights: Special Edition October 2020

    Superintendent's Update: COVID & Inclement Weather Plans.

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