Find SPE on social media!

Facebook:  Spring Place Elementary School

Instagram: @SPE_tigers

Twitter: @SPE_tigers

 

**MCHS Homecoming Week October 3-7**

*Monday, October 3rd: Marvel vs. Disney Character Day

      -Wear Marvel or Disney shirts. No costumes please.

*Tuesday, October 4th: Tourist Tuesday

      -Wear luau, beach party attire, or a shirt from your favorite vacation

       destination.

*Wednesday, October 5th: Woke Up Like This

      -Wear pajamas. Must be school appropriate and meet dress code. No

       house shoes.

*Thursday, October 6th: Throwback Thursday

      -Dress from the past.

*Friday, October 7th: Fired Up Friday

      -Wear green and white to support the MCHS Indians!

 

 

 Title I Program Goals

To help students succeed in the regular education program.

To assist students in attaining grade-level proficiency.

To improve student achievement in basic and advanced skills.

To involve parents in their children’s education.

To provide professional development and growth opportunities.

To coordinate Title I and regular education programs.

 

Carla Pulliam

SPE

Staff Member of the Year

2016

 

 

Allison Harrison

SPE

Teacher of the Year

2016

 

 

 

 

Teacher and Staff Member of the Year 2015-2016
Spotlight Image
Irma Chavez - SPE Staff Member of the Year, 2015 Tammy Acosta - SPE Teacher of the Year, 2015  

  
On Friday, September 16th Spring Place Elemetnary hosted over 400 people for their breakfast with grandparents celebration. It...
Highlight Article Image

  
We would like to welcome the following to the SPE staff: Krissi McCurdy-2nd grade Joanna Long-3rd grade Tricia Tussing-3rd...

  
Parents, Spring Place has a Parent Resource Center where you are welcome to check out materials and books to help your students...
Highlight Article Image

  
Spring Place Elementary believes: Education is student and parent centered and inclusive of the voices and experiences of...

  
Title I Program Goals: To help students succeed in the regular education program. To assist students in attaining grade-level...
Highlight Article Image