Dayton Elementary School, East Tipp Middle School and Harrison High School are named Classroom Superstars in the Food Finders Food Bank Drive Away Hunger Food Drive.
The Riley Children's Foundation announced the TSC raised at least one dollar for every student enrolled in the corporation.
First Grade Students at Mintonye Elementary learn about the Author Mo Willems. Mo Willems is the author and illustrator of many popular children’s book series such as Elephant and Piggie, Knuffle Bunny, and the Pigeon series.
The Mintonye Student Council will be holding a Share the Warmth: Hat, Glove and Scarf drive to benefit our local Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) and Lafayette Urban Ministry (LUM). The collection of unused items will take place from December 9th through December 13th.
Each year, the kindergarten classes at Mintonye get together and celebrate Thanksgiving with a kindergarten feast. This year was no different as the kindergarten classes joined together to celebrate on Tuesday, November 26, 2019.
Second graders at Mintonye Elementary had the chance to hear from some special readers on Friday, November 15, 2019. This field trip was sponsored by the Purdue Mortar Board. Reading is Leading is a national program with the Mortar Board Honor Society.
There is no better way to capture the excitement of a great school year than securing a yearbook filled with great memories and pictures of Pioneer friends and staff.
Pumpkin math was a great way to spend Halloween at Mintonye Elementary. Mrs. Tilley’s third grade and Ms. Overbay’s kindergarten worked together to investigate pumpkins. The third graders and kindergarteners measured the circumference and counted the ribs in the pumpkin together. The buddies went on to empty out the pumpkin meat and made groups of 10 to 100 with the pumpkin seeds.
Students from Mrs. Wise and Mrs.Tilley's classes participated in a Book Stroll featuring Deborah Heiligman's picture book entitled, The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos. Students were dismayed to learn that this mathematical genius, a man who is renowned worldwide for his abilities, was unable to do many day-to-day tasks.
The kindergarten classes at Mintonye had the privilege to attend the Fire Prevention Show on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. The show is performed by the Lafayette Fire Department and provides crucial safety lessons to children, and entertains them with live music and participation on stage.