Welcome to Kendall Elementary School

Kendall Elementary School provides all students the
foundation to reach their potential as lifelong learners.



  • We, the staff, parent, and patrons of Kendall Elementary School are committed to providing a quality educational environment where every student will LEARN, ACHIEVE, and EXCEL.

We believe

  • High levels of academic success will be reached by all students.
  • All students, families and school personnel must be valued and treated with respect.
  • The Indiana Standards guide our curriculum.
  • Students, staff, parents and the community share the responsibility of education in a positive learning environment.
  • Character education builds responsible student behavior. 


Kendall Elementary School is committed to
Learning, Achieving, and Excelling.



Our school instructional focus is QAR- Question/Answer Relationship.  This comprehension strategy helps students understand the relationship between questions and answers and where to find those answers.

Kindness Rally T-shirt Design Contest: Submit your idea now!

Posted on Mar. 31 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
We are excited to announce the 2015 Kindness Rally T-shirt Design Contest!

MCS students are invited to submit their ideas for a kindness-themed T-shirt to be printed and sold at the upcoming Kindness Rally, set for 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 1 at Marion High School. (Click here for more info on the event.)

All entries are due by April 15 and should be turned in to your school office.

>> Click here to view/download/print the sketch/submission form!

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Kindergarten Roundup set April 16

Posted on Mar. 24 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
WHAT: MCS Kindergarten Roundup

WHEN: 1 p.m. or 6 p.m. Thursday, April 16, 2015

WHERE: Allen, Frances Slocum, Kendall and Riverview elementary schools

WHY: Visit your school, get information, get a head start on the kindergarten registration

QUESTIONS? Call 765-662-2546 ext. 132

PASS IT ALONG: Going? Respond on our Facebook event page and share with your friends! And keep scrolling for a link to download our poster and flier to share!

Marion Community Schools invites families of children who will be starting kindergarten next school year to come visit their elementary schools and get a head start on the registration process at Kindergarten Roundup, set for Thursday, April 16, 2015.

Families can attend one of two sessions set that day, at 1 p.m. or 6 p.m.

Children who will be 5 years old on or before Aug. 1, 2015, can attend kindergarten in the 2015-16 school year.

The informational sessions will be offered at every MCS elementary school:

  • Allen Elementary School, 1115 E. Bradford St.
  • Frances Slocum Elementary School, 2909 S. Torrence St.
  • Kendall Elementary School, 2009 W. Kem Road
  • Riverview Elementary School, 513 W. Buckingham Drive

Families should attend the session at the school their child will attend when school starts, so that the student-to-be can start to become familiar with the building.

For more information, call 765-662-2546, ext. 132.

>> Click here to view/download a full-size version of this flier!

Attention community partners:

Want to help spread the word about MCS Kindergarten Roundup at your business or organization? Download and print our poster or flier and post them where the public can see them! THANK YOU for your support! Download links:

VIDEO SLIDESHOW: Grant County Spelling Bee 2015

Posted on Mar. 24 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
More than 70 Grant County students, including several Marion Community Schools students, competed recently for the title of the county's top speller and the right to continue on to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., in May.

Check out some of the scenes from the Bee here:

Half of the spellers made it out of the first round, but only five spellers made it to Round 3. (That means that technically, according to the Scripps National Spelling Bee rules, 32 students tied for sixth place in the 2015 Grant County Spelling Bee!)

The top Marion Community Schools speller was Carynna Aguila, a sixth-grader at Justice Intermediate School. She claimed fourth place. (She was runner up in the 2014 Grant County Spelling Bee.)

Jenna King, an Eastbrook Junior High School student, was the top speller, and she will continue on to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., May 24-29.

We congratulate all of the spellers, who earned a spot in the county bee by excelling in their school spelling bees. And we wish Jenna good luck at nationals!