Columbus Elementary School values the unique abilities and talents of each child. We are committed to building self-esteem, enhancing creativity and individuality, and developing healthy lifestyles. In cooperation with parents and community, the staff establishes high expectations for all students as the standard and provides a safe, nurturing environment where our students have the opportunity to become productive, knowledgeable, and responsible citizens.
Educating Each Student Today for Endless Possibilities Tomorrow
The Mount Pleasant Visual Arts Festival is Monday March 18 from 6:30 to 8pm.in the WMS / WHS Library. Grades included are 2 and 5-12.
County-wide auditions were held last April and we just learned that eight WMS students have been invited to Westchester County School Music Association's (WCSMA) All-County Elementary Band.
Westlake Middle School presents "Elf-Jr."
Mount Pleasant Central School District voters passed the Instructional Bond Referendum 685 to 210. A pass rate of 77%.
In anticipation of Veterans Day, across the district, classes have been discussing what it means to be a veteran.
At the October Board of Education meeting we celebrated School Board Recognition Week in a big way. It truly was a school-wide celebration.
It was a a family event jam-packed with fun, engaging math games, and activities.
The work on our turf field and athletic facilities on the Westlake Campus is progressing well and we are looking forward to it being completed. It is now time to plan for the next 3-5 years. We are specifically planning improvements to our schools that are focused on both safety and security as well as to the instructional program. Our work will also address the space constraints that currently exist at Hawthorne Elementary School. Just like the field bond, this proposed project will be structured to be tax neutral, thus having no additional impact on our residents' taxes.