District #348 Preschool for All will be conducting preschool screenings for children ages 3 to 5 who are not yet enrolled in public schools and who are not kindergarten eligible. This screening program is free and parents will receive immediate feedback on how their child is developing. There are a limited amount of appointments still available on October 6th. Parents should call 618-262-4623 to make an appointment or to get more information.
5 months ago, Pam Oliver
Mt. Carmel Elementary School 1st Grade and 2nd Grade FALL Picture Day is WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2023, 8 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. To order, click this link >> http://alymaeimages.hhimagehost.com/MCESMCGSFall2023SchoolPortraits <<
5 months ago, ALY MAE IMAGES
Mt. Carmel Elementary School ECE and KINDERGARTEN FALL Picture Day is TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 2023, 8 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. To order, click this link >> http://alymaeimages.hhimagehost.com/MCESMCGSFall2023SchoolPortraits <<
5 months ago, ALY MAE IMAGES
REMINDER: ALL Schools will dismiss early on Friday, September 22, 2023, for Homecoming. School will dismiss at 1:00 p.m.
5 months ago, Tracee Bleyer
Homecoming Dress Up Days
6 months ago, Jake Newkirk
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MCHS wants to reach a goal of collecting well over 10,000 pounds worth of canned goods for the Sunrise School Spirit competition. We are currently around 1,000 pounds, and need your help! Use the following link to purchase items from our Amazon Wish List. Please select the correct delivery address: Mount Carmel High School's Gift Registry Address. You can also make monetary donations for MCHS to purchase items if you prefer. We appreciate the support! Go Aces! https://a.co/fgRBBFy
6 months ago, Brianna Witsman
donations
Bring items to the football game for a discount on the entrance fee!
6 months ago, Brianna Witsman
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Sept 1st MCES Release Times 11:45 - Kindergarten 11:53 - 1st Grade 12:00 - 2nd Grade Enjoy the long weekend!
6 months ago, Jake Newkirk
MCHS is participating in the Sunrise School Spirit through 14News on October 13, 2023. We are asking for donations of unexpired and nonperishable items. Students and staff may donate items at MCES, as well as other locations throughout town, between August 28-October 10. All items collected will be given to the Tri-State Food Bank. The class that collects the most items in each grade level will receive a pizza party. Please consider contributing to this event to make it a success! More details to come about the event on October 13!
6 months ago, Brianna Witsman
sunrise
Mark your calendars! FALL School Picture Day dates for Wabash #348 are as follows: MCHS - September 6th / MCJHS - September 7th / MCGS - September 20th / MCES ECE/Kindergarten - September 26th / MCES 1st & 2nd Grade - September 27th.
6 months ago, ALY MAE IMAGES
MCES Menu Change: Thursday, 8/24 - Hamburger instead of pizza.
7 months ago, Jake Newkirk
District #348 Preschool for All will be conducting Child Find/Preschool Screenings for children ages 3 to 5 who are not yet enrolled in public schools and who are not kindergarten eligible. The screening checks each child’s progress in hearing, vision, speech, language, and coordination skills. This will give parents a better idea of how their child is progressing at this very young age before they begin school. This screening program is free and parents will receive immediate feedback on how their child is developing. Head Start personnel will also be present to explain their program and services. Screenings will be held on August 29th, August 30th and August 31st. A limited amount of developmental screening for children ages 0-3 are also available. The screening procedure takes about 45 minutes, and appointments must be made so that children do not have a long wait period. Parents should call 618-262-4623 to make an appointment or to get more information.
7 months ago, PRE-SCHOOL FOR ALL
Preschool for all
As we get closer to the beginning of the new school year, I need to bring attention to the work on the Elementary School parking lot. This work will continue for another few days and will at times close the entire parking lot. I ask that you be patient and understanding. The lot was in complete disrepair, and we are excited to have a stronger and safer lot ready to the new school year. Go Aces!
7 months ago, Dr. Chuck Bleyer
MCES Lot Repair
The 2023-2024 online school registration for Wabash CUSD #348 is now OPEN! For more information, go to: https://www.wabash348.com/page/registration. For help with Skyward passwords or assistance while the offices are closed, you may email webadmin@wabash348.com, and someone will assist you as soon as they can. Please note schedules and teacher assignments are not available at this time. The first day of school is Thursday, August 17, 2023.
7 months ago, Tracee Bleyer
Online Registration
Wabash County Health Department is holding a Back to School Bash on JULY 27, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 130 West 7th Street. See flyer (https://5il.co/1zbu0) for details. For more information call, 618-263-3876.
8 months ago, NURSE NEWS
Back to School Bash WCHD
Thank you to the Lunch Wagon crews who helped feed over 1,500 students this week!
9 months ago, Laura Taylor
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Interact Club
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lunch wagon
Friday Dismissal Times: Transitional Kinders 12:45, 1st 12:52, 2nd 1:00. Kindergarten will release after Graduation Ceremony unless otherwise arranged.
10 months ago, Jake Newkirk
If you have signed up for summer school transportation and don't need a ride on certain days, you must call the bus garage by 6:30 a.m. (618-262-8539) to cancel transportation. If you do not call and no-show three times, we will not return.
10 months ago, Sharon Thombleson, Transportation Director
MCES: Free community resource for clothing needs!
10 months ago, Laura Taylor
Family Resources
We would like to invite you to take this opportunity to give feedback on how your child’s school is doing. We encourage you to participate in this anonymous survey and help improve Wabash CUSD 348 schools for our students. Thank you for your participation. Parent Survey = https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PS348
10 months ago, Tracee Bleyer
Parent Survey