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The application period for the 2014-2015 school year is now closed.
University High School Theater & Thespians invites Metcalf students and their families to a Disney’s Frozen Sing Along Movie Night on Saturday, March 22nd at 6 pm in Stroud Auditorium, 500 W. Gregory Street, Normal. The cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for seniors and children under 14. All students MUST be accompanied by [more...]
Congratulations to the Metcalf 7th grade girls volleyball team for their championship win at the Epiphany Regional on Tuesday night. The girls beat Holy Trinity in three games and will return to Epiphany for a sectional match up versus the winner of Oglesby Washington and Ottawa Wallace. Metcalf is so very proud of you! [more...]
The Orffcats is an extracurricular group of students who want a more challenging experience in music. Students play barred instruments, sometimes referred to as Orff instruments. There are two groups, the Wildcats and the Mildcats. The Wildcats are an auditioned group and usually begin in the fall. The Mildcats is a group open to [more...]
If you are interested in expanding your knowledge of Japanese culture, you may want to consider attending Japanese Saturday School. The course is open to youth ages six through eighteen and includes conversation skills, reading, writing, and Japanese traditions/customs. Classes begin soon and space is limited. For more information, please click here. [more...]
For the fourth time this season, the Lower Primary (K-1) Metcalf Chesscats won a team championship at the Colene Hoose tournament. The team included Max Wille (2nd Place Overall), Keaton Ash (4th Overall), Addy Thome (5th Overall), Arun Sreekanth (1st Place, First Grade), Cecilia Wille (1st Place, Kindergarten) and Gannon Bates. The Upper Primary (2-3) [more...]
Metcalf PTO is offering a unique fundraising program called Fund-A-Need. It solicits direct donations for a very important and specific need at Thomas Metcalf School. Although there are many things that would help our teachers and administrators at Metcalf, when deciding on a Fund-A-Need item, we had to take into consideration something that would benefit all [more...]