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Principal's Corner

8 months ago


I am honored to serve as the principal of Montgomery County Elementary. This year we are having fun and learning life lessons with our baseball inspired theme: MCES: We're Swinging for the Fence! 

The staff and I commit to giving the students at MCES our very best each day. We will knock it out of the park this year! In baseball, the most important things happen at home plate. The same is true for our students and your children: the most important things happen at home.  We understand this and are here to support you.  

Please know that we value your child and would like to personally invite you to be a part of our team at Montgomery County Elementary School You may do so by becoming an active participant in all school related activities including our PTO.  

I am so thankful to have the opportunity to work with you and your children. I look forward to working with each and every one of you! 


Dr. Beverly Faircloth

  • Weekly MVP
    Each week at MCES one name is pulled from teacher nominations for our MVP. Our weekly MVP is Cristal Santiago-Cervantez for helping another student who was confused about an assignment. She is in 4th grade and was nominated by Mrs. Pickle.
  • MCES Teacher of the Year
    Congratulations to Ms. Margaret Higginbotham, the MCES 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year. An honor well deserved! Ms. Margaret is in her 4th year of teaching special education at MCES.
As of November 1, the Department of Education has published its new financial data reporting tool as required by HB 139. The reporting system can be found at the following link:

HB 139 required the aggregation and publication of a variety of financial information for all school districts, such as revenue and expenditure data, capital construction costs, recent audits, and similar reports. All of the information on this site consists of data and other information which the Department already collects and in most cases published in some existing form, or which is collected and published by another department within state government such as the Department of Audits and Accounts. HB 139 required the centralization of this information into a single website, which is the purpose of this new reporting system.