"Imagine a place where every child belongs....a place where every idea, personality, and interest was valued and allowed to blossom. A place where a child's passion, dreams, and natural curiosity are the catalyst for their own unique learning experience. Here at Corprew Elementary, we believe that each child comes through our doors with something to offer. They each bring their own gifts and experiences. We strive to promote a child-centered learning experience at our campus to capitalize on a student's intrinsic motivation and natural curiosity to learn. In a safe, kid-friendly, loving environment, our students have the opportunity to develop their skills in reading, thinking, and communicating while using technology as a tool. We strongly believe in making a wide-range of technology available to all students to promote collaboration and critical thinking skills. Student devices vary from the iPAD to multi-user touch tables to android devices. We believe that learning and the school experience can and should be fun!"
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Elementary School students, parents and staff enjoyed a lively Cinco de
Mayo celebration. Each class performed traditional Mexican songs and
dances in costume to the delight of those in attendance. Following the
program, guests and performers enjoyed
an expansive pot luck dinner prepared by members of the Corprew PTO and
When Titus County Reads came to Corprew Elementary School to give a book to each student on the campus, the Northeast Texas Community College Eagles Baseball team came along to help. The players helped students select their books and then sat with them in the library to read the books and talk about what they had read.
“We’d like to thank Titus County Reads for donating these books so every student on the Corprew campus could choose a book of their own,” said MPISD Director of Communication Dr. Judith Saxton. “For some of these students this may be the very first book they own. We’d also like to thank the NTCC Eagles Baseball team for helping with the book distribution and for spending time with our students. The students really enjoyed having the players on campus and having the chance to interact with them.”
STAAR Pep Rally
and Fourth grade students at Corprew Elementary School attended a
special pep rally to get them ready for this week’s STAAR tests. They
heard from youth motivational speaker Darren
Palmer who reminded them that they
are awesome, intelligent, and #1. The Pep Rally also included a wonderful performance by 3rd/4th grade
teachers. (Pictured; Palmer with excited Corprew students)
Corprew Elementary Camp Read-A-Lot Inspires Reading
The Corprew Elementary School campus became a series of campsites Thursday evening as the school held Camp Read-A-Lot. Students had the chance to participate in an IPad scavenger hunt, meet Smokey the Bear, Read under the stars (on the cafeteria stage) and to make and eat a Smore at the "Follow the Recipe" Smore Station.
Camp Read-A-Lot Drawing Winners
Students who completed the required number of stations were entered into a drawing to receive a free Kindle. Mykaela King and Ivan Benardino were the lucky winners.