During the summer of 2016, Middlesboro Elementary received a welcomed addition to the school, the addition of the Bell-Whitley Pre-School/Headstart
Middlesboro Elementary School embarked on The Leader in Me journey two years ago. We wanted to build our students’ skills and self-confidence to succeed as leaders in the 21stCentury. The Leader in Me was created to teach and develop leadership skills in children. It consists of 7 habits that children follow to become the best leaders they can be.
An American Memoir Being Hosted
at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
Project Lead the Way creates engaging classroom environments that empower students to develop and explore real world challenges, through pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science.
MES hosted over 400 people on September 12th to celebrate our Grandparents.
Free summer meals start Tuesday, May 31st thru June 30th.
Six months of student-centered classroom redesigns, technical project-based learning, on-campus gardening, leadership exchanges, and much more culminated in 150+ presentations on April 27 in Pikeville. More than 1200 people showed up and over 5,000 joined by live stream for the 2nd Annual Action Research Summit. Thousands of social media posts generated by #ARIaction16 and WYMT-TV coverage shared the undeniable story of east Kentucky’s leading innovation in rural education.
We invite you to visit and learn more about our Leader in Me School! Com see what makes Middlesboro Elementary a place where we are helping all students learn to be leaders, achieve success, and