Welcome to Mill Pond

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    Welcome to Mill Pond! 
     
    On behalf of the Mill Pond staff, we are looking forward to welcoming you and your children to another great year at Mill Pond Elementary School in September 2021. As we work to prepare for the 2021-22 school year, we will keep our website updated with the latest information that you will need. Our entire staff is looking forward to the upcoming school year and will remain focused on providing the optimum educational experience for your children. Our goal is to be exemplary and our promise is to provide exceptional, effective teaching, social emotional supports, as well as additional learning supports through Special Education, LAP/TITLE, SLP, OT/PT, and counseling. 
     
    We are a P-5 elementary school with a current enrollment of approximately 400 students. Mill Pond is home to one of the YCS Learning Center Preschool Programs as well as the SLC, Severe Learning Center. Our goal is to provide a safe and challenging educational environment where the needs of all students are met whether via distance learning or in person. Mill Pond continues to be a high performing school with state test scores at or above the state standards. In fact, Mill Pond was recognized by the state for our growth.  Mill Pond Elementary is a No Excuses University Network School: What is No Excuses University? No Excuses University is not a program, but rather an organization of six exceptional systems which lead to high levels of student growth and a belief that all students will have the choice to move on in their education after graduation. Being a Network school is about the commitment to build and refine exceptional systems including a culture of universal achievement, standards-aligned instruction, collaboration, assessment, data management and interventions. Here at  Mill Pond Elementary “We don’t make excuses,  we make progress, because we are all going to college!"
     
    We are looking forward to a great year of learning and thank you in advance for your support!
     
     
    Sincerely,
    Jeri Lipe, Principal