Milburn T. Maupin Elementary

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  • Maupin Open HouseMaupin Open House
    Maupin Open House, 5:30 - 6:30 PM, on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd. The event will begin in the gym to introduce staff, go over the Title I Compact, and to hear from our PTA. Then families will be allowed to go to students' classrooms and visit with teachers as well as visit tables set up for the extra-curricular activities here at Maupin.
  • RISE is our Word of the YearRISE is our Word of the Year
    Last year, we all excelled to be the greatest and the year before that we endeavored to be the greatest, endeavored to be kind, endeavored to make our goals, etc.


    This year, we have chosen to RISE! We can....

    Rise to be Learners!

    Rise to be Readers!

    Rise to be mathematicians!

    Rise to be the greatest!

  • Shawnee Health & Wellness Clinic @ MaupinShawnee Health & Wellness Clinic @ Maupin
    Maupin & JCPS partners with Shawnee Christian Heathcare to meet the health needs of students. Parents must complete and return a consent form for each child.

    How convenient to have your child seen by a pediatrician, nurse practitioner and/or dentist AT SCHOOL!!!


    Physcian Asst- Danielle Hoop is at Maupin on Tuesdays & Thursdays  9:00-NOON each week.


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  • Maupin Endeavor Pledge


    I will endeavor to be great and show you all I know,

    I will endeavor to achieve constantly as I learn and grow,

    I will endeavor to be a leader, because I have other kids watching me,

    I will endeavor to be a reader because that’s an important responsibility,

    I will endeavor to remain positive and make someone else smile,

    I will endeavor to do my best by never throwing in the towel,

    I will endeavor to be ready, respectful and responsible;

    To this I will remain true,

    I will endeavor to be successful because that’s what Panthers do!

    by Gina Johnson, Maupin Poet-Laureate

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  • Mission
    To build a caring community with students engaged in learning experiences that ignite intellectual curiosity, compassion and confidence.
  • Vision
    To create and sustain a community of learners who possess the belief in themselves to achieve high academic skills, the kindness to help others and the might to make a difference where they live, work and play.
  • Core Values

    * We value the academic life and provide experiences for children to have rich literacy experiences, utilize mathematics, and explore the sciences and communities.

    * We value the emotional life of the child and provide a learning community that is safe and respects all children, their families and cultures.

    * We recognize children must be engaged in their learning and therefore provide learning experiences that are relevant, meaningful and have connection to their lives.

    * We understand the importance of continous improvement and are willing to examine research and practices in light of their impact on learning.