Welcome to Mars Estates Elementary

"Together We Can..."

Mars Estates Elementary is a learning community dedicated to meeting the needs of each learner within its walls. Staff takes seriously their commitment to educating the whole child and accepting no excuses in terms of student performance. Going the extra mile is the norm, not the exception.


Mars Estates Elementary School will create a culture of deliberate excellence in our school and community by developing 21st century lifelong learners who possess skills that are necessary to be productive global citizens.



Mars Estates Elementary School will provide for every student the highest quality, 21st century education in a safe, secure, and positive environment conducive to high levels of teaching, learning, and student engagement, resulting in globally competitive students prepared for their chosen college and/or career path.


  • Learning is our core purpose.
  • Effective instruction and high expectations are essential to student learning.
  • Mars Estates Elementary School is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure that every student learns and succeeds.
  • Positive and productive relationships among all members of the Mars Estates community are built through meaningful communication and engagement.
  • Students, parents, community members and staff are partners in creating, sustaining, and investing in a culture of deliberate excellence and are vital to our success.



Speak Up is the annual research project conducted by Project Tomorrow, a national education nonprofit group that collects and reports on the views of K–12 students, teachers, administrators, parents, and community stakeholders on 21st century education and technology. Nationwide, over 2.6 million students, educators, and parents have shared their views regarding the use of educational technology through the Speak Up survey. 
This year, BCPS has worked with Project Tomorrow to offer a custom survey for BCPS stakeholders. Speak Up provides a unique way for the ideas and opinions of our stakeholders to have an impact on BCPS' S.T.A.T. program, as well as federal policies and programs. All data collected is 100% confidential. The Speak Up online surveys are open for input from Monday, November 16, 2015 to Friday, December 18, 2015.

There are Speak Up surveys for students, educators, parents, and community members/business partners. Log onto http://www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2015 from November 16, 2015 through December 18, 2015!

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Upcoming Events

   Bill of Rights Day*
   Dec 15 2015
   Christmas Holiday/Winter Break Begins at the End of School Day
   Dec 23 2015
   Christmas Holiday/Winter Break
   Dec 24 2015
   Schools Reopen
   Jan 04 2016

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