Our Year-Round School
Middle Creek Elementary is a Year Round School. Students attending our school still attend school for 180 days, just like students on the traditional calendar. Multi-track year-round schools organize students into four groups or "tracks". Each track follows a different schedule. The schedules are staffered so that at any given time, three of the tracks are in school and one track is out on break. This system is a "45/15 Schedule" meaning the students in school for 45 days then off for 15, throughout the year. Families can use track-out time for vacation or track-out can be used for additional learning. Child care providers in our community offer child care during track-out. The school year begins in early July for students on tracks 1,2, and 3. Students on track 4 begin the school year 15 days later.
View the 2014-2015 Year Round Calendar
Staff Qualification by Percent of Teachers
Licensed Instructional Staff With a Master’s Degree or Higher 38%
Licensed Instructional Staff With 15+ years experience 25%
Licensed Instuctional Staff with 10-14 years experience 30%
Licensed Instructional Staff with 4-10 years experience 34%
Our 2014-2015 School Improvement Plan Information
New EOC and EOG Test Score Information
Our North Carolina School Report Card
2012- 2013 Report Card
2011-2012 Report Card
2010- 2011 Report Card
Our NC EOG Results
NC EOG tests are administered to all students in grades 3-8 statewide at the end of the school year to assess whether they are making adequate progress.
Our NC ABC Results
The ABCs of Public Education is North Carolina's accountability program which is designed to improve student achievement, reward excellence, and provide assistance to schools that need extra help. The program measures student achievement by a formula that measures student progress from one year to the next.
Our Federal AYP Results
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standards are used to determine success under the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation.
Our school counseling program has achieved RAMP status, an honor bestowed to approximately 350 schools country-wide.
Our AMO Results
Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) are annual targets for the percentage of students whose test scores demonstrate proficiency on End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) tests.
Core Academic Information
The Daily Five/Café Literacy Framework K-3
Literacy Circle/Book Clubs 4-5
Math Expressions K-5
Inquiry-Based Science Kits K-5
School-Wide Spelling Bee
A Sampling of PTA Sponsored Events
Grade Nights Out
Cultural Arts ProgramsReflections Art Contest
Our Positive Behavior Intervention and Support
What is PBIS?
Middle Creek Elementary is a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) school with Exemplar Status.
We Swim At MCES!
Students throughout the school follow the SWIM matrix:
S tays Safe
W orks Hard
I s Respectful and Kind
M anages Actions
Students are rewarded for demonstrating school-wide expectations.