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McLean News
McLean students celebrated Cinco de Mayo with some traditional dances and food. Enjoy the pictures below. Please visit our Event Gallery page for pictures of our past McLean events. 

Click here for the full May newsletter and Teacher Appreciation Flyer.

State Testing
 Our students in 3rd – 5th grade have completed their state testing! Thanks so much to their teachers who worked hard to keep our students motivated, Ms. Schaper for coordinating all of our testing and all the other teachers, staff and students who provided Encouraging Words to the kids!
As this is a new test, the state will be setting cut scores and we’ll share our results as soon as we get them to help us set our school learning goals.

Construction Update
We have seen many changes in the last few weeks. Our office area is really making progress – doors have been cut in the hallway and walls are being installed. Our library will soon have a concrete roof on our structure and the concrete floor will be poured soon. They will begin work shortly on the exterior of the building. This will tie all of our existing structures together – concrete block from our gym and brick from our original building. We are looking forward to watching our progress continue.
We're inviting you to join us for National Bike to School Day. McLean Elementary School and Safe Kids Wichita Area are partnering together. The long-term goal of Safe Kids Bicycle Safety is to increase biking and walking and make neighborhoods safer for walking and biking to school.  Anytime from 8:15-9:00 McLean students and families are encouraged to ride to school from their homes or from a location in the neighborhood. A map of location in the neighborhood to park and ride to school from are locate below. Community partners that day; the Sheriff’s department, Wichita Police Department, Fed Ex, Fire department, Highway Patrol, and the media. Other activities will be foggy vision goggles, bean bag games, and a 911 simulator.

For more information and a map of possible locations to park in the neighborhood, download the flyer here.
McLean students will celebrate Cinco de Mayo on May 5th during our afternoon.  Students will learn about the Mexican holiday, learn about traditional dances in Music, learn about Spanish art during Art Class, and other Mexican traditions.  This will cover grade level standards in History and Culture.  We are asking students to bring a covered Mexican entrée or Mexican treat to share.  We will have a pot luck style snack, with all the students.  If your family has items from Mexico, your child can also bring in those items to share during this week in their classroom.

Click here to download the Cinco de Mayo flyer. 
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