Testing Schedule

April 17-18: 3rd Grade ELA SC Ready
April 24-25: 4th Grade ELA SC Ready
April 26: 3rd and 4th Grades, Math SC Ready
May 1-2: 5th ELA SC Ready
May 3: 5th Math SC Ready
May 8: 4th Science PASS testing
May 9: 4th Social Studies PASS testing
May 10: 5th Science PASS testing
May 11: 5th Social Studies PASS testing

MHW Receives 300 Books from Girl Scouts

MHW Receives 300 Books from Girl Scouts
The Episcopal Church of the Advent’s Girl Scouts generously donated about 300 books to our school! The girls conducted a Book Drive, as a Service Project, and collected a huge variety of books for our students. The school’s librarian, Mrs. C. Haggerty, looks forward to seeing students choose the books they’ll enjoy reading.
Thank you Troop 1664 girls!

Celebrating Reading at Mary H. Wright!

We’re celebrating reading more strongly than ever at Mary H. Wright this week as part of Read Across America and Dr. Seuss’ Birthday. Guest readers from our community will read to students in grades 2-5 before school each morning, and Community Helpers will read to our kindergarteners in their classrooms.
On Dr. Seuss’ birthday, our Church of the Advent partners are providing a fun-filled carnival event for our 1st graders.
Thank you to all who are coordinating these events for our children.

Help Student Council add a little more COLOR to someone’s life!!!

Help Student Council add a little more COLOR to someone’s life!!!
Children who have to stay in the hospital for long periods of time, can get bored very easily. Please help Mary H. Wright’s Student Council during the month of March collect coloring books and crayons to donate to Spartanburg Regional’s Pediatric Unit.
Thanks so much!
Student Council

Black History Program

Our school community celebrated Black History Month with an outstanding program featuring Kris Williams as our Master of Ceremony. The speaker for the event was Jerome Rice III, “Jay,” and he was introduced by his father, Mr. Jerome Rice. He spoke to our students and audience about Goals and their importance to everyone.
We enjoyed video tributes to famous Black Americans, several special Boys and Girls Club dance performances, and our Mary H. Wright Chorus’ musical selections.
Members of our community visited the Black History Committee’s fabulous Black History Museum following the program. Complete with interactive displays, historical scenes, documentaries, activities, beautiful works of art, and much more, it was an educational experience enjoyed by all.
Thank you to all who had a part in coordinating and creating our Black History Month events.

MHW Bobcat Art Gallery

Enjoy a visit to our student art gallery at Bobcat Art Gallery
Our Bobcat Student Art Gallery is for us to share our artistic talents with the world. As we work to receive our International Baccalaureate certification, students want to show their creativity and talent, and we want to share their “PAWSOME” artwork.

Mary H. Wright Elementary School Parent Involvement Policy

At Mary H. Wright Elementary School, we recognize that parental involvement is an important aspect of our school. The school and home cannot be looked at in isolation from one another; families and schools need to collaborate so that our students are successful. Research has shown that parental involvement contributes greatly to student achievement and conduct.
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MHW – Working towards exceptional student achievement

Vision Statement: Our vision is to transform Mary H. Wright into a model elementary school widely recognized for exceptional growth in student achievement, which will help make the community of Spartanburg a better place in which to live and work.
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Mission Statement

The mission of Mary H. Wright Elementary School, in partnership with our community and partners, is to educate each student by providing a positive, challenging, and enriching learning environment that enables each student to become a responsible citizen and lifelong learner.

MHW is a Title 1 School

Title 1 is a Federal program that assists schools with high percentages of free/reduced lunch populations of students. At MHW for the 2015-2016 school year, Title 1 funds help to fund the following: • Reading Intervention Staff • Summer School • Parent Involvement Activities • Student Field Trips • Before/After-school Tutoring Programs • Student Incentives • Teacher Professional Development

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