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    MobyMax
    Moby Max creates a unique adaptive curriculum with individualized
    plans for each student.  Moby's curriculum teaches students to be 
    better problem solvers, critical thinkers, and creative geniuses with
    thousands of cognitive skill manipulatives.  

     StarfallA free website to teach children to read with phonics.  For preschool, kindergarten,
    and first grade.  Exciting phonics games and online interactive books.
     
    IXL is the Web's most comprehensive math practice site.  Popular among
    educators and families.  IXL provices unlimited questions in more than 2000 topics.
     
    At cookie, child experts and educators design interactive online games for kids.
    Our learning games for kids help in building skills needed for success in school.
    While playing our fun educational games, kids learn to read with phonics, build skills
    in math, language, social studies, science and much more.  Our educational videos
    encourage children to keep learning, even after school hours.
     
     In this section  you will find actual test questions that can be used to get ready
    for the Ohio Achievement Assessments.  Click on Take a Test without Logging in.
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Welcome

Muraski Elementary School 
BeRespectful  
 
20270 Royalton Road
Strongsville, Ohio 44149
440-572-7160 Fax 440-572-7165
Mrs. Justina Peters, Principal
Elementary School Hours

Grades 1 thru 6

9:05 AM to 3:30 PM

AM Kindergarten
9:05 AM to 11:35 AM

PM Kindergarten

1:00 PM to 3:30 PM

 


As a learning community, we believe…


• Teachers have a profound impact on each student’s life and provide a positive role model for students by modeling respect, courtesy, and love of learning.

• Every student can learn and progress; for this to occur at the optimum level, students need to feel emotionally safe and secure.

• A student’s experience in elementary school “sets the stage” for future learning. It is at this level of education that we should teach children to accept times of success and times of struggle, so to teach our students how to work through, learn from, and move on from these experiences.

• Academic subjects along with art, music, and physical education are essential and equal parts of education and learning.

• Educating children should be a cooperative effort between teacher, child, and parent; an effort that is built on a foundation of mutual respect.