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Latest News

The IT department is changing helpdesk systems on Wednesday, September 30th.

The IT department is excited to announce that we are changing helpdesk systems on Wednesday, September 30th to TeamDynamix. This new system enables us to provide you more timely service and information. From an outage center so you can check to see if the major apps we use are down, to an ever-growing number of knowledge base articles, we will be offering you more ability to get the answers you need quickly and efficiently.

You will continue to be able to put in tickets through the same web or email address, or by phone as before. Please note that ticket status emails will now be coming from notifications@midlandps.org. To ensure email delivery, please add notifications@midlandps.org to your address book, contacts, or safe sender list.

Beginning Wednesday, September 30th, when you visit https://help.midlandps.org, you will be redirected to our new portal at TeamDynamix that can also be accessed from https://midlandps.teamdynamix.com/TDClient/ directly. Once there you will see our new Service Catalog for submitting service requests and incident requests and our new Knowledge Base for articles related to our services. Please note that the Service Catalog and the Knowledge Base sections are in their infancy and we will be adding more services and articles as needed and as time allows.

Staff and students will be able to log in to this new site using their MPS Google account by clicking Sign In in the upper right corner. Signing in will give you the ability to request services, report incidents, and access more knowledge base articles than are available to the public.

We are looking forward to working with all of you through this new set of tools.

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Annual Education Report

This Annual Education Report for our school is published annually and provides detailed data on student assessment results, teacher qualification information, and more. Click on this below to check it out

Central Park Elementary School
Central Park Elementary School's Annual Education Report from MI School Data

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2020-2021 Kindergarten Enrollment

Mission

Central Park Elementary develops compassionate, inquisitive and action-minded students in partnership with community and home. We embrace the cultural diversity and global perspectives within society. Students strive to take action in hopes to create a better and more peaceful world.

SCHOOL HOURS

Start Time: 8:40am
End Time: 3:40pm

Half-day Hours
Start Time: 8:40am
End Time: 11:51am

Principal's Message

Shannon Blasy Central Park Elementary is a state-of-the-art Primary Years Programme/STEM learning facility for grades K-5. As part of the Midland Public Schools District, Central Park provides high-quality, globally-focused elementary education in all academic areas. This includes reading, writing, science, math and social studies. We prepare students to be active participants in a lifelong journey of learning, both in the classroom and in the world. Through engaging and relevant curriculum that extends beyond the classroom walls, students will improve their understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), as well as develop problem-solving and collaboration skills in indoor maker spaces and outdoor learning spaces. The STEM curriculum gives the students natural opportunities to stimulate investigations where they are identifying objects, making comparisons, making predictions, testing ideas, and sharing discoveries, all while observing the environment. Students can also explore sizes, shapes, patterns, and quantities in the process. The outdoor learning spaces will provide hands-on, project-based learning in science, technology, engineering and math for students throughout the Midland community. Success in learning requires the learner to be at the center of the experience, making transdisciplinary connections across the curriculum. Children need opportunities to learn the same lessons in different settings and through different lenses. The learning spaces can be an extension of what is taught in the classroom, but most importantly an opportunity for students to explore, making learning relevant. The innovative STEM playground allows students to explore their interest and develop unknown talents.
- Principal Shannon Blasy