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      Hours: 7:30 - 3:30
      619 668-5744

      sun  Summer Office Hours:

      Our Office will be closed for the summer starting June 20th and will re-open on July 30th. 


      Summer hours are available all summer 8:00am-9:00am for registration only. If you need to arrange an alternate time please contact our office.

      Daily Schedule:   
      Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
      7:55 - 2:15
      Tuesday 7:55 - 1:00
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  • Make a Donation to the 2017-2018 Maryland Ave Yearbook using PayPal!

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    Our PTA is excited to offer our students Yearbook, but they need your help! Our Yearbook cost our PTA over $3,000 to produce, in addition to the many volunteer hours it takes to put it together. It is your donations that help make this possible. Please help us raise enough money to create a wonderful book for our students to cherish for years to come.

    To help with the cost of this year’s Yearbook we are asking each child to donate $10 to help us reach our goal and be able to create a book for our students to enjoy. Any additional donations will be greatly appreciated and will be used to help another student who is unable to donate at this time.

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    1st Day of School is August 9th


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    Welcome Maryland Avenue Families!
    We are excited to be spending another school year with each of you.
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    I am pleased to announce that Maryland Avenue has been selected by the Campaign for Business and Educational Excellence (CBEE) as an Honor Roll School for a 3rd year! This is an honor for our school and District.

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  • 2018-2019 Kindergarten registration is open!

    Come into the office to pick up your registration packet anytime after March 1st.

    • Office hours are 7:30-3:00 Monday-Friday.
    • You will need your child's birth certificate, immunization record, and two proofs of residency.
    • Contact us for more specific information. 668-5744
    • If you do not live in Maryland Avenue's attendance area, you will need to complete a transfer request and have it approved prior to registration.
    • Book a physical for your child now!
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  • 6th Grade Greek Olympics!


    Our 6th graders learned about Greek Mythology. Then, they brought it to life with our Greek Olympic Day. Students had chariout races (tricycles), learned and traditional Greek dance, made paper togas and competed in Olympic Games.

  • Battle of the Books!


    Our Team of 4th through 6th graders read 10 books and studied them for months with Mrs. Chase our school librarian. They showed true dedication to their team. Our staff was very impressed with them at the completion. Great job team!

  • 5th Grade Colonial Day! 

    Our 5th graders learned all about life during colonial times. They churned butter, made candles, made rag dolls, wrote with their own quill and ink, and more!

  • Dr. Seuss Day!
    We celebrated literacy in honor of children's book author, Dr. Seuss. Students participated in language arts activities based on Dr. Seuss books. Students engaged in activities about Dr. Seuss books such as The Lorax, and 10 Apples up on Top. In addition our older students engaged in learning about a variety of Authors.
  • Kindergarten Celebrates the 100th Day of School!


    They dressed like they were 100 years old, counted 100 things, ate 100 things, and presented their posters!

  • ESS grabbed scissors and glue for some fun crafting with families!

  • Winter Wonderland Dance!

    Students grabbed a family member for their dancing partner and hit the dance floor!  It was great to see so many families attend this community event, dressed to impress and ready for fun! 
  • Kindergarten Native American Day!
    They planted and ground corn, fished, made fire, hunted buffalo and made clay pots. Thank you to the amazing teachers and parents who made this day possible.
  • Our Fall Festival was a hit!

    Every year our students and families enjoy this special event. This year we moved it to Friday night and added a Haunted Garden! The students loved it. Thank you to all of our volunteers who helped make this a successful community event!

  • Everyday Leader Assembly!

    Ronald McDonald came to Maryland Avenue to help teach us about being a leader by Listening to others, setting a good example, being responsible for our own actions, and doing our best!

  • Our School Gardens!
    We have been improving our school garden and adding additional garden areas for students and classes to take science outside! 
    Thank you to Home Depot for their generous donation of materials and volunteers in August to help build the garden area next to our Kindergarten classrooms.
    We are also excited about the new garden area behind P3 that was build in January 2017! The area is beautiful. 
    A heartfelt thank you to all of the parents who have volunteered their time to help create and beautify our garden areas.  
     Fall Family Night was a Huge Success!
    It was great to welcome so many of our families to our first big event of the school year. We danced to the DJ, got our faces painted, played with bubbles, and enjoyed learning about the many cultures that make up the Maryland Avenue community. Thank you to all of the families who participated, helped plan, and volunteered to make this event come to life for our community.

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