4th grade students went on a short hike in the woods behind the school to gather natural resources to build wigwams, teepees, and longhouses.
Mayflower Mill Elementary School News
4th Graders have taken Indiana Geography to a new level. Students used snacks to carve out Indiana and make a topographic map of the three regions.
Kindergarten students at Mayflower Mill lend a helping hand to give back to their school.
A state grant is helping to fund three new public WiFi hotspots in Tippecanoe County.
Governor Holcomb and the Indiana Department of Health will no longer require close contacts on the bus or classroom to quarantine.
All students, staff and visitors will be required to wear masks while inside TSC buildings starting August 25.
Engineering and technology teacher Sharita Ware is a Top 10 finalist for Indiana Teacher of the Year.
Mayflower Mill took the opportunity to create a more accessible playground with a new rubber flooring under the primary playground equipment.
Mayflower Mill hosted Kindergarten Camp at our school this year that gave students the opportunity to learn about Kindergarten before it starts. The program, funded through United Way, was held each day from 8:30-11:00 a.m. for 2 weeks. The camp was taught by Kindergarten teacher, SunShine Waber. It’s purpose is to give students a head start on school.
Students learn how to write their names and other essential classroom skills as part of Kindergarten Countdown Camp.