Malden Grade School...
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August 18, 2016

2:00 Dimissal Thurs, August 18th

1:45 Dismissal Fri, August 19th


May 2016

  • Wednesday, July 27th - Registration from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 28th - Registration from 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday, August 17th - Teacher Institute
  • Thursday, August 18th - 1st Day of School with a 2:00 pm dismissal


May 23, 2016



As the 2015-2016 school year was drawing to a close many of the Malden Junior high students were preparing for their spring play- SUPERHEROES: with great powers comes ordinary responsibility by Ian McWethy. Their dedication and talent paid off. Congratulations to all for their amazing performances during the final week of school. 

Junior High News

April 26, 2016

 The junior high classes traveled to our state capital in Springfield on Tuesday, April 26th.

We started by touring the Abraham Lincoln Home Neighborhood.  Unfortunately, the Lincoln Home was unavailable to tour but we were able to tour the house directly across the street from it.

Next, we walked approximately 5 blocks to have a guided tour the Illinois State Capitol building.  Among other things, we toured the House of Representatives room (118 members) as well as the Senate room (59 members) and Governor Rauner's office.  Unfortunately we didn't get to see the House or Senate in action as they weren't in session this week.  We also saw several impressive murals and paintings on the walls.

After lunch we toured the Abraham Lincoln Museum.  There we were given the opportunity to watch two presentations.  Ghosts of the Library was a live, dramatic presentation with magical special effects using Holavision.  This presentation explained the importance of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.  The second presentation in The Union Theater featured layered digital-projection screens and special effects that startled some of the unsuspecting viewers.  The presentation of "Lincoln's Eye" is narrated by an artist who struggled to capture the sorrow, hope, vision, resolve, and forgiveness in Lincoln's eye.

The students really enjoyed this educational field trip.  A big THANK YOU to the Booster Club for paying the museum admission fee and purchasing t-shirts for the students!!

Natural Disaster Unit

April 2016











The first and second graders did a research project on Natural Disasters.  They were able to choose their own topic (ex: Floods, Hurricanes, Tornados, Volcanos, Tsumanis, Earthquakes, Wildfires, etc).  Students had to use 3 resources (book, encyclopedia, and internet) to gather information and create a Resources page.  After taking notes, they had to write a paper based on four questions:  1.  What causes this extreme weather, 2. What should you do/where should you go during this extreme weather, 3. What kind of damage does it cause, and 4. Any interesting facts. 

Once they had their paper written, the second graders got on the computers to type their paper.  Both first and second grade learned how to access the internet to find photos based on their topic so they could copy and paste a picture on their typed report.  Once their reports were finished, students stood up and read their paper to the class.