Current Events at MBES!


FLL Lego Robotics Tournament!

On Friday, November 22nd, the Middleton-Burney Elementary School robotics club, Robo Raiders, traveled to Palatka High School and faced off against the other elementary schools in Putnam County to test their wit with the Lego EV3 Robot. There, the Robo Raiders were tested on their core values in teamwork, their coordination in coding, and their know-how with the robot itself. They did a great job showing they knew exactly what they were doing and completed missions with the robot. All-in-all, the Robo Raiders had a blast and are getting ready for the real tournament coming up in February!

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Math Night!

On November 21st, Middleton-Burney Elementary played host for a family Math Night! Students and families came to the school to enjoy fun activities regarding math, having a good time and learning a little something in the process. A big thanks to Mrs. Knowles for setting it up!

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Fall Carnival!

Friday, October 25th was the annual Fall carnival at Middleton-Burney held from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Families and Students gathered at the school to have fun, eat sweet treats and win prizes! Everyone had a blast at the MBES Fall Carnival and we had a great time putting it on for the community. Thank you for coming and enjoying the event!  

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Camp Osprey

On Tuesday, October 22nd, the students in the Camp Osprey program learned about leadership and all it entails went on a field trip to UNF. Once there, they participated in fun activities involving leadership skills, mentorship and team building skills showing them how to work together regardless of differences and showing these students how to be a true leader.

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Bike Rides!

 

This month, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students learned about bike safety and learned how to operate a bicycle correctly and safely when on the roads. It was hosted by the Palatka PD and the students had a blast!


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Dad's and Donuts!

 

Today, September 25th, 2019, MBES welcomed student dads to come in with their child or children to enjoy breakfast together. Families came in to eat a nice breakfast, share a few laughs, take some pictures, but most of all... enjoy donuts!
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We would like to thank all the Dads that came out to eat with their students, it was a blast!


   

Class Act!


Mrs. Smallwood's S'mores
Mrs. Smallwood's S'mores

Mrs. Smallwood's Class was learning about solar energy and about the sun. To discover more about it, and have a hands-on experience regarding this topic of learning, Mrs. Smallwood's class learned how to make s'mores using only the sun! They had a great time and learned a lot about the sun and solar energy. 

School Notices

Middleton-Burney Elementary School Expectations

For the 2019-2020 school year, our school-wide expectations coincide with five character traits we hope to see our MBES family (students, faculty, staff, & other stakeholders) exemplify:

Trustworthy, Respect, Integrity, Brave, & Excellence

The first letter in each trait spells out TRIBE. Our goal is to maximize instructional time by minimizing misbehavior. We will do this by teaching our students what it means to be a part of our Little Raiders TRIBE.

Little Raiders TRIBE - Learn it, Own it!

VISITING AND VISITORS



Parents, 
One of our main concerns on a daily basis here at MBES is the safety and well-being of your child(ren). With that said, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you sign in at the Front Office when visiting the school campus. Also, make sure to have your valid I.D. with you as you will not be permitted on campus without it.  



BUSES & BUS PASSES

We can no longer do bus changes over the phone. Please make arrangements to come to the school campus in person or send a note with your child. 
If you send in a note with your child to change their bus arrangement, the note MUST HAVE your child(ren)'s full name, teacher's name, your name, and a working phone number that we can contact you in case we have any questions regarding the note sent in.
*Please be aware the buses are near capacity in holding students, so some changes may not be available due to limited seating on some buses.   




PARENT PICK-UP & DROP-OFF

Drop-Off
Student drop-off begins at 7:20 AM when doors open for students. All students should be dropped off in the loop on Huntington Road in front of the Kindergarten building. For safety reasons and to help start the student's day on time, our gate closes at 7:35 AM. 
 

Pick-Up
Afternoon pick up is divided into two locations. Students with last names beginning with A-L shold be picked up at the loop at Huntington Road in front of the Kindergarten building, which is Parent Pick-Up One. Students with the last names beginning with M-Z should be picked up on Cherry Street, on the side of the school, which is Parent Pick-Up Two.
If you have multiple children that you pick up and are not sure which parent pick up to go to for the students, we go by the oldest sibling here at the school to determine what last name goes to what parent pick-up.
 
-Student Supervision ends at 3:05




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School-wide PBIS Expectations

This school year, our school-wide expectations coincide with five character traits we hope to see our MBES family (students, faculty, staff, & other stakeholders) exemplify: Trustworthy, Respect, Integrity, Brave, & Excellence. The first letter in each trait spells out TRIBE. Our goal is to maximize instructional time by minimizing misbehavior. We will do this by teaching our students what it means to be a part of our Little Raiders TRIBE.


 

School-wide PBIS Expectations

This school year, our school-wide expectations coincide with five character traits we hope to see our MBES family (students, faculty, staff, & other stakeholders) exemplify: Trustworthy, Respect, Integrity, Brave, & Excellence. The first letter in each trait spells out TRIBE. Our goal is to maximize instructional time by minimizing misbehavior. We will do this by teaching our students what it means to be a part of our Little Raiders TRIBE.


 

School-wide PBIS Expectations

This school year, our school-wide expectations coincide with five character traits we hope to see our MBES family (students, faculty, staff, & other stakeholders) exemplify: Trustworthy, Respect, Integrity, Brave, & Excellence. The first letter in each trait spells out TRIBE. Our goal is to maximize instructional time by minimizing misbehavior. We will do this by teaching our students what it means to be a part of our Little Raiders TRIBE.


 

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