Elementary Staff 2022-23
CONGRATULATIONS MILAN ELEMENTARY!!! Milan C-2 Elementary has been recognized for our excellent growth in ELA! We are ranked 3rd in ELA with a Prime Growth Score of 88.6! Keep striving for excellence!
MILAN ELEMENTARY RECOGNIZED AS EXEMPLARY PLC
February 02, 2017
MILAN ELEMENTARY RECOGNIZED AS AN EXEMPLARY PLC
Sixteen schools from across the state of Missouri will be honored during the 2017 Powerful Learning Conference Jan. 30-31 in Osage Beach for their commitment to professional learning.
The schools have been named Professional Learning Communities Exemplary Schools for promoting cultures focused on collaborative learning while effectively using data to increase student achievement.
The 2016-17 award winners are:
Avery Elementary School, Webster Groves School District
Bismarck R-V High School, Bismarck R-V School District
Brown Elementary School, Hazelwood School District
Cameron Intermediate School, Cameron R-I School District
Clippard Elementary School, Cape Girardeau 63 School District
Creekmoor Elementary School, Raymore-Peculiar R-II School District
Forder Elementary School, Mehlville R-IX School District
Hollister Middle School, Hollister R-V School District
Milan Elementary School, Milan C-2 School District
Nashua Elementary School, North Kansas City 74 School District
North County Primary School, North St. Francois County R-I School District
Orchard Drive Elementary School, Jackson R-II School District
Parkview Elementary School, Cameron R-I School District
Shull Elementary School, Raymore-Peculiar R-II School District
Timber Creek Elementary School, Raymore-Peculiar R-II School District
Warrior Ridge Elementary School, Warren County R-III School District
More than 1,700 educators from around the state are expected to attend the conference. Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven will present school leaders with their awards.
“Congratulations to these teachers and leaders who have accepted the challenge of ensuring high levels of learning for all students,” Dr. Vandeven said.
The Missouri Professional Learning Communities Project began during the 2003-04 school year. Supporting, preparing, and developing effective educators is one of the primary goals of Missouri’s Top 10 by 20 initiative, which calls for Missouri to rank among the top 10 states for education by 2020.