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MCCSC Newsletter February 23, 2024

February 23, 2024

MCCSC District Newsletter -  February 23, 2024 Happy Friday! Only two more weeks until Spring Break - March 11-15!  Information City of Bloomington Black History Month Essay Contest Winne . . .

MCCSC Newsletter - February 9, 2024

February 9, 2024

MCCSC District Newsletter -  February 9, 2024 This week was National School Counselor's Week. High School Counselors have a tremendous impact on students while helping them achieve school succ . . .

MCCSC Newsletter - January 26, 2024

January 26, 2024

MCCSC Newsletter -  January 26, 2024 Happy Friday! MCCSC is excited to share information on our expanding Pre-K and Preschool opportunities in this MCCSC Early Childhood Education Brochure. . . .

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Marlin Elementary is attractively located in a countryside setting approximately one and one-half miles north of downtown Bloomington. It is located on a 12 acre tract of rolling and flat fields bordered by woods, large pines, and grassy farmland. Marlin's approximately 200 students use their extensive grounds while experiencing integrated STEM activities including nature lessons co-taught with the Sycamore Land Trust. The students love conducting experiments in the outdoor classroom and gardening. The teaching at Marlin is researched-based and adaptable, inspired by student’s interests, community, and relevant events. Teachers approach learning with structure and organization, and are dedicated to student achievement and the social and emotional well-being of every student. Students are motivated and love coming to school and building relationships with peers and staff. While the outdoor space at Marlin is charming, the reflective and creative learning practices within Marlin make this a place the community calls home.

  • Three students at a table doing arts and crafts
  • Three students posing together
  • A student walking off the bus
  • Photo of graduating students in their cap and gowns
  • Students sitting around a teacher who is reading a book
  • A teacher in front of their class raising their hand with students also raising their hands