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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 . . .

Posted Date: 04/05/2024

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 . . .

Posted Date: 03/22/2024

Arts Integration and Performing Arts Inf . . .

Thursday, April 4th @ 6pm Fairview Elementary Arts Information Night Do you have a child who enjoys the arts and will be an elementary student next school year? ┬áIf so, please join us at Fairview E . . .

Posted Date: 03/21/2024

MCCSC Newsletter - March 8, 2024

American History Essay Contest for the Daughters of the American Revolution Congratulations to several MCCSC students from Grandview and Lakeview Elementary on being honored for their outstanding wr . . .

Posted Date: 03/08/2024


About Us

Highland Park embraces the mission of reaching and teaching all learners. We currently serve approximately 400 students from preschool through sixth grade and strive to meet all students’ needs in meaningful and impactful ways. Our teaching teams meet regularly to review student outcomes, identifying opportunities for both remediation and enrichment. Highland Park uses Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and is a Well-Managed School (WMS). PBIS is a structure that explicitly teaches and reinforces desired behaviors in common areas. Being a Well-Managed School means we embrace the whole child and approach behavioral needs just as we would academic needs. The Panda Pride Nature Preserve is a unique campus offering of which we are very proud! Through community partnerships and a lot of teamwork, the Panda Pride Nature Preserve now includes walking trails, two outdoor classrooms, a wetland viewing area, bird boxes, and native planting gardens installed by our students!

Highland Park Elementary School, Bloomington’s West Kept Secret.

  • 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