Midland Trail Elementary School

~ We Believe & Achieve In Order to Succeed ~

March 2020

This month we embarked on a special project, ONE SCHOOL-ONE BOOK! Every family received a copy of The Lemonade War by Jaqueline Davies. Families are asked to read this book at home, over the month of March. In school, students are invited to answer trivia questions every day and winners are announced and given a prize.

Aron Attebery, Principal

Leasha Wolterman, Curriculum Administrator


  • 5 Essentials Survey: The window for this survey closes Thursday, March 12th. Please see our Facebook page for a direct link!
  • WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT: Our PTA is in desperate need of parents to join and attend meetings. We have a few more activities this year that need volunteers. We will also be working to fill all roles on the PTA Board. Please join PTA and then attend a meeting to become more involved at MTE!!!
  • Spring Family Fun Night: Mark your calendars! Friday, April 3rd
  • MTE Carnival: Join us on May 8th for the annual school carnival. We need parent volunteers to make this event a success. Please reach out to PTA to sign up and help.

Important March Dates:

13 - No School/Teacher Work Day

16-20 - Spring Break

23 - No School/Professional Development

27 - Spring Pictures

School Hours - Arrival & Dissmissal

Our school day starts at 8:50 am and ends at 3:50 p.m. Doors open at 8:20 for students. Those arriving after 8:50 am will be counted as tardy. In the interest of safety, students may not be dropped off/left unattended before 8:20 am.

Bus & Car Riders are unloaded through the front doors. During dismissal, Car Riders are loaded in the lower lot by gymnasium doors. ANY CHANGES TO TRANSPORTATION must be made prior to 3:00 p.m. to ensure that student and teacher are aware of the change.

We Believe & Achieve in Order to Succeed

Contacting The School

(913) 288--3500 Office Phones are answered from 8:10 am - 4:10 pm daily. If your child is going to be tardy or absent please let us know.

Student safety is our priority, If visiting in person, make sure you have a state ID upon entering.