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Maplehurst Elementary 9:00 AM - 3:15 PM
Maplehurst Elementary Highlights & News
District Releases Quality Profile
The purpose of this Quality Profile is to provide you with a supplement to the report card published by the Ohio Department of Education.  
Updated Attendance Policy - Sep. 2017
Please read the updated attendance policy, which can be found here. This is effective immediately, due to passage of House Bill 410.  This policy can also be found in the "Virtual Backpack" and a copy will come home with your child this week (Sep. 28) 
Third Grade Reading Guarantee, by Mrs. V. Janice Smith
As I reacquainted myself with the definition of guarantee, I found the official meaning as follows: A guarantee is to  
Donate Your Shoes to PTO - Nov. 1 - Jan. 5
Donate your gently worn, used, or new shoes to Norwalk Elemetnary PTO.  Click here for more information 
Fall Conferences Set for October 30 and November 2
In a few short weeks the Norwalk City School District will be holding Parent/Teacher conferences in grades Pre-k through 8. 
 
Check out the "Virtual Backpack"
Our Virtual Backpack contains school related information and fliers from outside organizations (including Norwalk Park & Rec). 
2017-2018 Academic Calendar
Click here to open the calendar. 
Welcome to Maplehurst Elementary School
Location
Maplehurst Elementary is located at 195 St. Mary's Street near the northeastern edge of Norwalk and serves over 500 students in pre-school, Kindergarten and 1st grade throughout the Norwalk community. The school has a staff of 24 full-time classroom teachers, 8 full or part time support teachers, and 8 full- or part-time classified employees.

Maplehurst was built in 1953. The original structure housed seven classrooms, offices, and a multipurpose room. In 1956, the two story wing of the building was erected, adding an additional fifteen classrooms. The summer of 1989 saw the addition of a modular unit on the site, adding two more classrooms. Recent additions of an outdoor fitness center, playground equipment and soccer fields have provided excellent physical education and recreation facilities for school and community use.
 
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