2018 Black History Month Art Contest
Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott are sponsoring the 2018 Black History Month Art and Essay contest. The Art Contest is open to all K-3 students in Florida. If your child is interested in entering the contest, please contact the front office (904) 259 - 2551 for more information.
Macclenny Elementary will be participating in several activities to coincide with Florida’s “Celebrate Literacy Week” January 22 – 26, 2018. We will also have special dress-up days to show our love for reading:
Monday – Join the Treasure Hunt for Great Books – Dress as a pirate.
Tuesday – Let’s Hunt for a Good Book – Dress in camo.
Wednesday – Be A Royal Reader – Dress as a King or Queen or as a Super Hero.
Thursday – Be A Super Sports Reader – Wear your favorite team Attire.
Friday – Read Your Heart Out – Make a “Read Your Heart Out” t-shirt and wear it to school.
Hurricane Make-Up Days
In an effort to regain some of the valuable instructional time that we lost during Hurricane Irma, the decision has been made to change our remaining early dismissal days to regular school days. These dates are as follows: October 4th, November 1st, December 6th, February 14th, March 7th, March 30th, and May 9th.
Welcome to Macclenny Elementary School, home of the Wild Kittens! We educate students in first, second and third grade in Baker County, Florida.