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Mexico Elementary Robert Briggs, Principal
26 Academy Street
Mexico, NY 13114
315-963-8400 ext 2310
Fax: 315-963-8992

MISSION STATEMENT

We will support student achievement by developing and sustaining exemplary educational experiences; creating and maintaining an environment that supports learning and embraces individuality; engaging in professional development that drives good instruction; and connecting with our larger community to present opportunities for adult involvement in the educational process.
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Mexico Elementary School Featured on WSYR's School Buzz

On Tuesday, March 17, 2015, Mexico Elementary School was featured on WSYR's "School Buzz" morning segment.   ... <more info>

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Math Boot Camp

Several students attended Math Boot Camp for the last 3 weeks. The camp meet Monday-Thursday mornings at the High school... <more info>

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MACS Participated in Mexico Firemen's Field Days Parade

Mexico Academy and Central Schools was well represented in the Mexico Firemen's Field Days Parade on Thursday,... <more info>

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MACS Summer Band Camp

The Mexico School District Music Department teamed with the Mexico Music Boosters to offer a Summer Band Camp... <more info>

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New Members Join MACS Board of Education

The Mexico School District welcomes two new members to the MACS Board of Education.  Amy Shaw, seated left, and... <more info>

Summer Fitness Camp

Mexico Academy & Central School District Summer Recreation Program Informational Form ... <more info>

Thursday, August 13, 2015
 - Board of Education Mtg
Thursday, August 27, 2015
 - Board of Education Workshop
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 - ME PTA
Monday, September 7, 2015
 - Labor Day
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
 - Superintendent's Conference Day
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
 - Bus Drills

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In The Spotlight
    Janice Clark was selected as the July 2015 MACS honoree.  Although not a MACS graduate (she graduated from Oswego High School), Janice moved to Mexic...