"Ensuring Our Students Are College And/Or Career Ready"  

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"Inspiring World Class Learners by Providing World Class Instruction"


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THANK YOU in advance!

Character Trait for April

is Initiative!

See the Calendar each month for the description of our trait.


R.E.A.L. Men Read to 116 classes on March 5, 2016!!!

REPEAT in 117 classes on Friday, March 3, 2017!

Click for LCHS  Athletics Post 2017 

District News  Article 2017

Click for WBTW News  Video 2016

Ronald E. McNair Day Entry Videos



This is the order site...our school's order # is 21214.



 Big Readers
2nd Quarter

Overall Winners

1st Place: 56 Points
Arianna Simmons

2nd Place: 44 Points
Orlando Camacho
Frederick Singletary

3rd Place: 42 Points
Quincy Davis

Prizes for monthly goals are a Pizza Hut coupon & Brag Tag by grade are:
3rd Grade:10 points
4th Grade: 12 points
5th Grade: 15 points


 is on the air!

Reporter Wantabees See Mr. White to Apply
Or go to Library link to get form
Photos of staff in action.



To Register:

  • Visit the ArtFields Office
    at 110 E. Main
  • Call 843-374-0810
  • Email 

Dates are on the school calendar.



Join us in Congratulating Florence District Three's Teacher of the Year...MSE's Own

Ms. Tiffany Smith!!
Link to full article

Main Street Elementary
Supply List


Now in the menu under Panther Parent Pages

  Main Street Elementary School

Uniform Information

Royal Blue, white, or 
Yellow Gold polo shirts





Bottoms: Tan or Navy 
Khakis (If the bottoms 
have belt loops a belt 
must be worn).  Girls 
may also wear tan or 
navy skorts, skirts, or 
jumpers as long as it
meets the length 
designated in the dress code policy.
Any shoes of your choice with the 
exception of flip flops
Uniforms may be purchased at


 Breakfast Buddies Pictures

LCHS Athletes Visit
MSE for Breakfast 

Thanks, Panthers & Coach Ap!



School Events
4/1/2017 to 4/30/2017
•  Iniatiative, Character Trait for April
•  Grades in
Reading Partners Org
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Today, 4 out of 5 South Carolina fourth graders from low-income families cannot read at grade level. Last year, 24% of freshman...