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Main Street Elementary 

"Building World-Class Learners"  

Honor a Teacher or Fill a Need!
THANK YOU in advance!

 Please Check for Updated Event Times on the
Calendar (Spotlight On...News & Events)

Due to Weather Day Changes

 Yearbooks are on sale for      



Flyer is available with a click.


Click here for more information.


Keep up your Reading Counts! 

Reading Rocks! 

 Resilient is our Character Trait for May.


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

Click for WBTW News  Video

Click for LCHS Athletics Post

Join us in Congratulating MSE's 2015-2016

Teacher of the Year

Ms. Tiffany Smith!! 

 And the Winners are...

First Place Tied: Myers and Woods/Lowman
Second Place: Bennett
Third Place: Daniels
Honorable Mention: Hanna/Cumberland
REM Fair Entries
for pictures and more details see Latest News.

Breakfast Buddies Pictures

LCHS Athletes Visit
MSE for Breakfast 

Thanks, Panthers & Coach Ap!

See the school calendar for details.

 Main Street Elementary School
Uniform Information


Royal Blue 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


School Supply List


Since school has begun
we have moved the supply list
to the Panther Parent Pages section of our menu.

For awhile you can also follow this link to the list.

School Events
5/1/2016 to 5/7/2016
•  Teacher Appreciation Week
5/2/2016 to 5/6/2016
•  SC READY Testing Make-Up Grades 3-5
•  MSE Prom with Mom
Time: 6:00 PM
Form:   Download
•  Mother's Day
5/9/2016 to 5/15/2016
•  National Children's Book Week

Library Events
•  TAG
Time: 9:00 AM
Recurrence: Weekly from 10/21/2015 to 5/13/2016
Reading Partners Org
Today, 4 out of 5 South Carolina fourth graders from low-income families cannot read at grade level. Last year, 24% of freshman...