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May 3, 2024

MCCSC Newsletter - May 3, 2024

MCCSC District Newsletter - ┬áMay 3, 2024 Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week 5/6-5/10 and National School Nurses Day on Wednesday 5/8. Make sure to show your appreciation! Information . . .

April 19, 2024

MCCSC Newsletter - April 16, 2024

2024 EdVenture Camp Registration Students entering K-8th Grade in the Fall of 2024. EdVenture Camp will be held at Templeton Elementary School. EdVenture Camp is held Monday-Thursday, with sessions J . . .

April 5, 2024

MCCSC Newsletter - April 5, 2024

2024 EdVenture Camp Registration Students entering K-8th Grade in the Fall of 2024. EdVenture Camp will be held at Templeton Elementary School. EdVenture Camp is held Monday-Thursday, with sessions J . . .

March 22, 2024

MCCSC Newsletter - March 22, 2024

Seniors - Scholarship Information The Foundation of Monroe County Community Schools will award over $20,000 to graduating seniors this spring! Scholarships are a great way to help reduce the cost of . . .

About Us

University Elementary School started out as a K-12 Laboratory School on the Indiana University campus in 1938. Now located down the street from the University, our commitment to academic excellence continues to this day as we serve just over 600 students in preschool through sixth grade. University Elementary is a naturally global school, welcoming students from around the world, who speak a variety of different languages. Our diverse population’s needs are met by all of our exceptional teachers. University is an authorized International Baccalaureate World School. Students engage in six conceptual units of inquiry each year that are collaboratively planned. Students focus on international mindedness and use their agency to make an impact in the local and global community. The MCCSC Elementary Accelerated Learning Program for Students (ALPS) is housed at University and serves MCCSC’s 14 district elementaries. The program is designed to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of formally identified high ability students with one class at each grade level, 4-6. We at University Elementary School work together to encourage our students to become inquisitive, reflective learners who value others in an inclusive community and around the world.

  • Three students at a table doing arts and crafts
  • Three students posing together
  • A student walking off the bus
  • Photo of graduating students in their cap and gowns
  • Students sitting around a teacher who is reading a book
  • A teacher in front of their class raising their hand with students also raising their hands