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Learn More About Maple Elementary School

Be an A.C.E.! At Maple, we believe that high academic expectations coupled with the teaching of quality character traits such as work, respect, trustworthiness, and responsibility will grow excellent students, sons, daughters, citizens, and future leaders. Every day our teachers and staff work to incorporate such teachings into their activities and curriculum, which makes Maple a great place to educate the children of Tulare.


Our Mission Statement

Maple Elementary School is privileged to serve more than 700 kindergarten through fifth grade students. Our theme is "Be an A.C.E." (Academics + Character = Excellence). Our staff is dedicated to the pursuit of academic excellence and positive character development for all students. We stress the values of work and respect daily in order to guide students toward success. We provide an enriching instructional program and a supportive learning environment to form the basis for lifelong personal growth.

Be an A.C.E.
Academics + Character = Excellence


A Safe Environment for Learning

Maple School is a safe place for students to learn and grow. Our school has a Safe School Plan that is in place and updated yearly by the School Safety Committee. We schedule evacuation drills on a regular basis to ensure that staff and students know what to do in an emergency. We also provide adequate supervision before school, during break/recess, at lunch, and after school. All of our classrooms are clean and orderly and provide a safe environment to support teaching and learning.


Parental Involvement

We encourage Maple parents to be involved in their children’s education. Participation in parent/teacher conferences, Family Night activities, the PTO, SSC, and ELLAC will tell your children that you care about their education. When they see that you are involved in what goes on at school, they will, in turn, be more invested, do better on tests, and reach their potential academically and personally.


Physical Education Instructional Time

The adopted course of study for grades 1 to 6, inclusive, shall include instruction, beginning in grade 1 and continuing through grade 6, in physical education, with emphasis upon the physical activities for the pupils that may be conducive to health and vigor of body and mind, for a total period of time of not less than 200 minutes each ten schooldays, exclusive of recesses and the lunch period. (Ed. Code 51210 (a)(7)) You may review our P.E. instructional time as well as our P.E. instructional schedule for more information.

If you have questions regarding physical education minutes, you should first contact your child’s teacher or principal. If you are not satisfied with the site level response, please contact: 

Assistant Superintendent of Personnel
600 N. Cherry
Tulare, CA 93274
(559) 685-7200
 
You can submit any complaints regarding the number of P.E. minutes provided for your child using the uniform complaint procedures form, which is available in English and Español and is also available in the district office located at 600 N. Cherry, Tulare, California 93274.


Daily Schedule

School Hours K-3:
8:15 a.m. first bell
8:20 a.m. tardy
2:30 p.m. dismissal

 

School Hours 4-5:
8:15 a.m. first bell
8:20 a.m. tardy
3:25 p.m. dismissal

 

Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


Ways Parents Can Help

Parent participation is vital to the education of our students. We encourage parents to be active in determining school goals, identifying supportive programs, and enhancing student activities. Here’s how parents can get involved:

  • Join our Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
  • Attend School Site Council or English Language Learner Advisory Council
  • Attend and support our Family Night activities
  • Volunteer in the classroom
  • Attend Migrant Parent Advisory Committee meetings
  • Attend Parent Coffee Clubs
  • Attend parent/teacher conferences

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