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Welcome to Kelly Miller Elementary

At Kelly Miller Elementary School, it is our mission to help every student feel welcomed, connected, and a part of our Tiger Pride family. We strive to challenge each student to grow in his or her academic abilities and to be ready for the bright future ahead. At KMES, we have great teachers who engage our students by integrating academics and the arts. We hope that you find our website helpful and informative.

Recent News

It's Official: Full

It's Official: Full "STEAMM" Ahead!

Spirits are high at Kelly Miller Elementary as we celebrate the opening of the new arts and science wing.   KMES is excited to have a state of the art facility to immerse our students in a STEAMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics and Medical) learning environment.
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Hoops for Heart: Dads vs Dads Basketball Game

On March 1, 2019, we held our Hoops for Heart: Dads vs Dads basketball game. Nurse Wells and Mrs. Olivera held a “Making Men Healthy” workshop before the game. We had over 20 fathers participant in the game. They all put on a great show for the students, teachers and parents. It was important for the students to see the great sportsmanship that these men displayed. We would like to thank all the fathers and male figures for coming out to support a wonderful American Heart Association event.
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Building Better Friendships

Kelly Miller Elementary is honored to be the recipient of a Friendship Bench courtesy of the Winnsboro Rotary Club. On March 1, 2019, the Rotary Club presented the Friendship Bench to the Kelly Miller family and spent the morning reading to the students. We are thankful for the friendship between Kelly Miller Elementary and The Winnsboro Rotary Club. The only way to have a friend is to be a Friend. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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The Fairfield Post

Please click the title above to enjoy the first edition of The Fairfield Post. The Fairfield Post is a newspaper published by the students of Fairfield County that is dedicated to Fairfield County news. Students from Fairfield Central High School, Richard Winn Academy and the Barclay School will working together on this weekly publication. The newspaper will be available to the community on Fridays.
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Kajeet HotSpot

Fairfield County School District is excited to announce an expansion to its Digital Learning Initiative, which will enable students to request a Kejeet SmartSpots to use at home. Students are expected to properly utilize the device for educational purposes, in adherence to the Acceptable Use Policy. Parents are urged to contact the school's media specialist to learn more about the Kajeet SmartSpot. Devices are available for students in grades 3-12.
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