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At Midland Park Primary School our highly qualified teachers utilize researched-based best instructional practices daily as they hold our children accountable for mastering the South Carolina Standards.  We provide our students opportunities to reach their full potential through our wide range of supportive program and instructional resources to include:

  • A caring and supportive learning environment
  • Active learning opportunities
  • Integrated arts curriculum
  • Benchmark testing MAP
  • Diagnostic testing (AIMS Web)
  • Student intervention programs
  • Instructional Resource Support Teachers
  • Kaleidoscope – After school program
  • On-going professional development for teachers
  • Technology integration
  • Highly qualified staff
  • Student Celebrations
  • Character building activities
  • School Improvement Council (SIC)
  • PTO
  • PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports)

Our School Hours are 7:10 AM to 2:10 PM

  • 6:50              Doors Open
  • 6:50              Breakfast - Classroom Activities
  • 7:10              School Day Begins
  • 7:20              Tardy Bell
  • 7:30              Morning Announcements
  • 2:00              Afternoon Announcements
  • 2:10              Dismissal

October's Book of the Month



 Book Summary:  It’s a young bear’s first autumn, and the falling leaves surprise him. He tries to put them back on the trees, but it doesn’t work. Eventually, he gets sleepy, and burrows into the fallen leaves to hibernate. When he wakes up, it’s spring and there are suddenly brand-new leaves.

Activities You Can Do at Home With Your Child: 

  • Children can look and listen to the story: (only 2 ½ minutes long).
  • Sorting – Have student(s) sort leaves by color, size, or type.
  • Math – Have children glue leaves together to make different shapes. Take it a step further by having the students label and/or write a sentence about their shape.
  • Writing - Take a fall walk around the neighorhood(point out sounds, smells, temperature, etc.). Have students collect leaves and describe when you get home.
  • Science - Make predictions. How long does it take for leaves to get crunchy? Gather leaves into a sealed plastic bag. Observe the leaves every day until they become crunchy. Record daily observations.

We hope you enjoy the book of the month with your child.  Stay tuned, because the book of the month for November is a good one too!


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