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Maconaquah Elementary School hosted a great Disabilities Awareness Program yesterday. Below is a statement from Mac El’s Speech-Language Pathologist, Kim Spence-Bollinger. “The presentation yesterday was part of Maconaquah’s school-wide campaign to promote kindness, compassion, and understanding for those with Autism and other disabilities. We were privileged to have Richard Propes speak to our students and staff. He is a well-known and accomplished activist and advocate for disabilities awareness and child abuse prevention.
We were also fortunate to have various agencies (Harvesting Capabilities, Four County, the Autism Society and Meridian Services) join in the program as well.

It is important that we continue to foster a climate of acceptance and understanding in our community for students with Autism and other disabilities to truly succeed in life.”
Throwback Thursday! It’s been one week since Mac El had the awesome experience of creating Art for the Sky. Photos by our student photographers Dorie Gillespie, Brianna Smitley, and Bethany Kincaid.
Have you seen Mac El's "Art for the Sky" video? It's amazing! Link in bio.
#Maconaquah Naming Rights Menu
Future Brave Endowment Fund (an interview with Nina White). Please visit for more information!
Congratulations and THANK YOU to Tara Rush’s #Maconaquah Elementary fourth grade class for completing their fourth annual toy drive. They raised $1,000 and 473 toys for fellow Mac El and Miami County families this holiday season! Great job, Braves!
As we observe #VeteransDay today, please enjoy these photos from Maconaquah Elementary and Maconaquah Middle schools’ Veterans Day programs on Friday. Photos by student photographer, Brianna Smitley.
Mark your calendars for Monday evening! Maconaquah High School’s FFA is hosting a Trunk or Treat that is sure to be a great time with a pet dress up contest.
If you see Karli Miller, congratulate her and wish her good luck at Saturday’s state cross country championship meet!
Have a great fall intercession and fall break, Braves!
Scenes from the 2018 Homecoming Parade! Check #Maconaquah’s Facebook for more photos and live videos.
Say hello to your 2018 Maconaquah High School homecoming court!

Bottom row from left: Zoraida Navarro, Kaelyn Shircliff, Bailey Hays, Alice Miller, Tia Helms
Top row from left: Morgan Wilson, Wyatt Willson, Hunter Hays, Paxton Kintner, Collin Silvers

Photo by Dorie Gillespie.