Sprucing Up MTP

Mt. Pleasant would like to thank the members of Girl Scout Troop 538 for their incredible work in helping to clean up the school yard. Troop 538 is made up of several 5th grade Mt. Pleasant students who selflessly gave their own time to plant new plants in the front of the school and clean …

A Super Symbol

The annual Parents as Reading Partners program at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School was particularly special this school year thanks to the amazing artwork of Ron Crawford. As a show of support for his two nieces who attend the school, Crawford designed the Mt. Pleasant Super Reader logo. During the three-week PARP event, the logo was displayed on every …

Dinoman Visits MTP

The second grade students at Mt Pleasant Elementary school have been learning all about dinosaurs.  The Dinoman came into MTP with some of his large dinosaur friends and was very informative about dinosaurs and their lives.  He also visited each class and the students were able to handle and observe many fossils. The MTP second …

4th Grade Biography Project

Fourth graders at MTP recently completed a Biography Project, in which they chose a person who made a historical impact in America or the world.  The students read a book about the person and then gave an oral presentation to their class.  During the oral presentations, they dressed up and brought in props to help …

Talents Take A Bow

Mt. Pleasant Elementary School students recently showcased their talents during the school’s annual variety show at High School West. For more than 20 years, song, dance, magic, comedy and other entertaining MPES acts have been playing to packed auditoriums of parents and faculty.

St. Patrick’s Day at MTP

Irish eyes were smiling at Mt. Pleasant Elementary School on St. Patrick’s Day. As children entered the building they were treated to an Irish Step Dance performance by fellow Mt. Pleasant students Natalie and Amber. It was a great way to kick off the day.

100th Day of School

The kindergarten classes at Mt. Pleasant Elementary celebrated the 100th day of school on February 25th.  The children had lots of fun working on activities involving the number 100.  They drew pictures of what they would look like at 100 years old, stamped 100 dots to make a colorful collage, wrote about how they would …

4th Grade Native American Program

Mt. Pleasant fourth grade students took a journey into Native American territory.  They learned about artifacts from long ago and crafted clay pots utilizing the coil method.  They also compared the United States government to that of the Iroquois Confederacy.

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