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  Mission Statement  


Midway Elementary School will make every student successful by maximizing student potential for learning.


Midway Elementary School, with the development of strong parent and community partnerships, will create diverse learning opportunities through standards based instruction and research-based teaching practices.

  About The School  

Reflections of Midway

Original Midway Students
Original Midway Students

  • Midway Elementary School is located across the road from the historical location of Center Hill School which was in operation until 1950.  At that time all Pierce County community schools were relocated within the city limits.
  • MES has 23 homerooms, grades Pre-K-5th, but Center Hill contained only two homerooms with grades 1-3 and 4-6.  Teachers at Center Hill taught one grade level in their classroom while the other grade levels studied or completed assignments, a far cry from the instructional setting at MES.
  • Students at MES are privileged to receive their hot lunches served daily in a state-of-the-art cafeteria.  Center Hill students brought their lunches from home in bags or buckets.
  • MES teachers and students will utilize instructional tools like classroom computers and a computer lab, video streaming, online books, white boards, and the latest textbooks.  They will access internet instructional tools and programs.  Center Hill instructional tools consisted of a classroom chalkboard and student textbooks.
  • Students at Center Hill who needed to "use the facilities" had to run over 30 yards to the outhouses behind the school. MES students will only need to walk a few feet to restrooms that are equipped with hand soap, towel dispensers, and motion-sensing faucets.
  • Center Hill emulated a sense of community and family.  those who passed through the doors of the school have only positive memories of their time spent there.  The faculty and staff at Midway Elementary wish to create a similar community-based school where positive memories will continue.