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Main Street Elementary serves students in grades Pre-K - 5.

Main Street has a long-standing reputation as an excellent elementary school, utilizing research-based instructional programs designed to meet the needs of younger students. Its active Parent Teacher Organization provides community support to the school. Modern technology, such as SmartBoards, are utilized in classrooms, ensuring a 21st century education for the student population.

In addition to the core curriculum in reading (American Reading Company IRLA - 100 Book Challenge), mathematics (Go Math), science, and social studies (Scotts-Foresman), K-5 students also have exposure to "specials" this year: health/physical education, art, writing, small group instruction, and intervention.á

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.Student Centered Activities includes but are not limited to:
  • Computer-assisted programs such as First in Math, Compass Learning (3-5) and Imagine Learning (K-2).
  • After School Enrichment and Clubs; Reading Olympics, Math 24, Computer Club, and Math and Reading Club meet on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday starting November 7.. á
  • The Girl Scouts of America meet on a date to be determined. áTransportation is not provided.
  • The Northern Star Sports Program sponsored by Widener University will begin on a Tuesday, November 15. áTransportation is not provided
  • Soccer for Success will meet on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Transportation is not provided.
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Resources for Main Street Students & Parents
Main Street Monthly Events

áMonthly Newsletter
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Monthly Parent/Student Activity Calendars
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Contact Information
Principal:
Secretary:
Climate Manager
Instruct. Support Teacher Leader:
Reading Specialist:
Technology Leader:
Location:
Telephone:
Fax:
Hours:
Carlena Parker
Sarea Rochester
TBD
La'Tasha Stewartá
Tammy Barber
David Shuster
704 Main St, Upland PA 19015
610-447-3685
610-447-3684
8:45 AM - 3:45 PM
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Uniform Policy
Shirts: Navy blue or white buttoned style polo shirt with a collar.
á á á á á á Solid color sweaters or sweatshirts (navy, white or black).
á á á á á á No hoodies are permitted to be worn during the day.
Pants/Skirts: Navy blue or tan khaki pants.
á á á á á á No Jeans or Leggings are permitted.
á á á á á á Belts are required for pants (pants should not sag or reveal undergarments).
á á á á á á For girls, khaki, navy blue or black skirts or skorts are permitted (no denim skirts or
á á á á á ááskorts). Length should not be more than 1 inch above the knee
Shoes: Sneakers or dress shoes / dressy flats.
á á á á á á áNo: flip-flops, sandals, high-heel shoes, slides, shoes with wheels or lights.
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