Mission Statement

Francois Maconce Elementary School, in partnership with the community, will provide a learning environment by delivering quality instruction that promotes curiosity, creativity and the desire in students to reach their full potential.

Current Information

Welcome Back - School Office is Open fro 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Come in to enroll.
Quick Reminders:
Kindergarten Bus Ride and Snack- Monday, August 26th at 12:30 p.m.

Maconce Back to School Bash - Wednesday, August 28th 6:00 -7:30 p.m.

PDF DocumentSchool Supply List 2019-2020
PDF DocumentWelcome to Kindergarten Letter 2019-2020
PDF DocumentBack to School Information Flyer 2019-2020

Enrollment Info

PDF DocumentEnrollment Packet

PDF DocumentOut of District SOC Forms

1st-5th grade Enrollment Packet
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PDF DocumentHow to Register for Pay For It
PDF DocumentParent Information on Pay For It
Maconce Field Trip Permission Slips




     

 

Upcoming Events

August 26
FME Kindergarten Bus Ride and Snack in Cafeteria
12:30 PM
FME Cafeteria
FME Kindergarten Bus Ride and Snack in Cafeteria
Date: Aug 26
Time: 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Location: FME Cafeteria
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar
August 28
Penny War Kick Off
Penny War Kick Off
Date: Aug 28
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar
Back to School Bash
6:00 PM
Maconce Playground and Black Top area
Back to School Bash
Date: Aug 28
Time: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Location: Maconce Playground and Black Top area
Cost: Free Event
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar

Back to School Family Fun Night sponsored by the Woods Church.  Games, food, bounce house meet new friends and catch up with old friends.

September 3
First Day of School - Half day
First Day of School - Half day
Date: Sep 3
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar
First Day of School
8:41 AM
First Day of School
Date: Sep 3
Time: 8:41 AM to 12:10 PM
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar

Tentative First day back to school!  Half day for 1st throu 5th grade students.  Open House for Kindergarten students who should attend with their parents for an hour only.  Please see letter mailed home on the web or contact the school office.

September 6
FME Book Fair Delivery
Cafeteria
FME Book Fair Delivery
Date: Sep 6
Location: Cafeteria
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar
September 9
Scholastic Book Fair
Cafeteria
Scholastic Book Fair
Date: Sep 9
Location: Cafeteria
Calendar: Maconce Elementary Calendar

Want the school calendar to update to your phone?  Click on the small calendar icon next to UPCOMING EVENTS for directions.

Spotlights

Congratulations to our future Middle Schoolers! Maconce departing 5th grade class: Aaliya Akins, Dillian Ballard, Rayna Braga, Isabella Brodzik, Logan Buchholz, Madison Buchholz, Mackenzie Elam, Ava Fileccia, Brennan Fronczak, Christian Geck, Lloyd Griffith, Mylee Hahn, Halton Hucul, Tenaya Jendza, Ella Jones, Lilyanna Jupiter, Christian Kiernicki, Paige Krumm, Reese Lambert, Patrick McGrath, Logan McManamay, Danica Miller, Jeffery Rhodes, Thomas Robinson, Tyler Short, Blake Taube, Joseph Walker, Megan Walker, Miley Wehrwein, Avery Bowman, Alisyn Bravard, Monica Cramer, Ben Crandall, Jordan Curtis, Byron Dunbar, Christian Duncan, Yariana Felix-Garcia, Giovanni Foster, Miguel Garcia, Landon Gatzke, Kayla Geiger, Maria Gomez Huante, Rylee Greer, Ruby Hafez, Olivia Johnson, Dylan Lehti, Alexis Liggett, Mya Maerz, Tyler Moore, Stacey Paredes, Madison Saganek, Michael Schoenberg, Kaleb Shellenbarger, Kelsey Shields and Samantha Spurlock
Field Day 2019 Wonderful day had by all! Great staff, students and parents. Thank you to all the volunteers from the community that also turned out to help and the awesome support of our PTO.
Girls on the Run The online registration link is http://www.gotrdetroit.org/locations/ and Maconce is right at the top. Open to girls grades 3rd, 4th and 5th. Ms. McGowan will be coaching again this year. GOTR begins September 16th, Mondays and Wednesdays 3:45 - 5:00 p.m.
MacombMacomb County Farm Bureau Project Red poster contest Laylea Johnson came in 3rd place for her poster entry for the 2019 Project Red Field Trip at the Armada Fair Grounds. Laylea is in Ms. Hazens 3rd grade.
Severe Weather Preparedness From Michigan State Police: Please take a few minutes to review the Family Emergency Plan with your family. You can print this resource at www.michigan.gov/MIREADY and complete it with their families at home. This document will help families create a communication plan to use in the event of severe weather or any other emergency situation. We also have an educational coloring book featuring Prep and Parey available for download and print. While Tornados do not give us warning when they will strike, we can take steps to be more prepared. A prepared community is a resilient community. http://www.michigan.gov/msp/0,4643,7-123-72297_60152_68558-450845--,00.html
North Central Association Accredited Through accreditation and related services, NCA CASI continuously improves the quality of education and challenges education entities to prepare each and every learner for success. All Anchor Bay Schools are NCA Accredited.

Contact Us

Maconce Elementary

6300 Church Rd.
Ira, MI 48023
Phone: (586) 725-0284
Fax: (586) 725-2037

Administration

Jay Seletsky
Principal

Standard Day:
8:41AM—3:32PM
Half Day:
8:41AM—12:10PM


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2019-2020 School Calendar

The Board of Education approved the proposed calendars based on pending legislation regarding Professional Development hours. Calendar A represents the calendar that will be in place until/if the passage of Section 101(10) of the State School Aid Act. Section 101(10) is new language that would permit the district to count qualifying Professional Development for teachers as hours of pupil instruction. Calendar B represents the calendar that will be used if/when Section 101(10) of the State School Aid Act is passed.

November 5th Election is Important for Student Funding

Anchor Bay has a non-homestead millage restoration on the November 5th ballot. This two-mill restoration will allow the district to restore the 18 mills levied on non-homestead properties and hedge against future Headlee rollbacks through 2024.

 

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