MCCS is a public elementary school. A charter contract with the SP School Board
allows our building to be a multi-age school which uses experiencial and environmental
educational methods. For more information, please call or email.
MCCS welcomes families for tours anytime!
Important Dates: River Arts Center Concert -- Jan. 22nd -- 2nd grade and 3-4 class perform! No School -- Jan. 23rd Early Dismissal -- Jan. 28th at 1:30pm
Creating festive planters around town!
A-Caroling We Go!
Cookies for caroling!
Students care for the hens and gather eggs!
Learning with lambs!
Learning at the lake!
Young chess masters in training!
Congratulations! Wisconsin Title 1 High Achievement School for 2013-14 National Winner 2013 Teaching Excellence Ag in the Classroom Award State Winner 2012 WI Agriculture in the Classroom Teacher Award 1st Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! Active Schools 2013
Merrimac Community Charter School opened its doors on September 5, 2006 under the leadership of principal Cliff Thompson (now District Superintendent). Lead Teacher Sid Malek carries on the vision of MCCS where place-based education enhances the learning experience. The education of students is integrated in home, neighborhood and community settings. A multi-age delivery encourages creativity, originality and natural development of leadership skills and is presented in a manner that best suits the abilities of each student. Parent involvement is an integral part of the charter school. The Governance Council consists of parents, teachers and community members and provides an opportunity to participate in the learning programs and curriculum development.
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The Sauk Prairie School District does not discriminate on the basis of any race, color, sex, religion, creed, pregnancy, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, political affiliation or belief, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability and/or any other legally protected characteristic.