Mary Frank Elementary School is part of the “A” rated Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation, where excellence in education is pursued and achieved at all levels. We are a community. Our students feel supported and encouraged to reach their full potential.
Mary Frank has also earned the distinction of being ranked Indiana’s #8 for Public Elementary Schools by U.S. News & World Report (data is based on the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years). Click here to learn more.
Our goal is to educate children to be lifelong learners, academically and socially, through the combined efforts of parents, children, and the community.
We are the Mustangs, our colors are Green and White. Mary Frank Elementary School educates children to be lifelong learners, academically and socially, through the combined efforts of parents, children, and the community. Our motto is “Learning for Life!” and that motto is on full display with our Mustangs Give Back program, watch a short video about it here!
Our staff of compassionate and engaged teachers receive ongoing professional development in everything from the IDOE state standards.
We are a 1:1 Technology district, which means that every student at Elsie Rogers, as well as every student in the P-H-M school district, has access to their own Chromebook that they use every day in the classroom (kindergartners use iPads).
Mary Frank Elementary School opened in 1958 and underwent a complete renovation in 1982 with the addition of a new gymnasium and eighteen additional classrooms.
- Kids Club (before and after school care)
- PennPALS & Early Learning Academy Preschool
- Instructional Materials Center
- Chromebook carts providing 1:1 Technology for every student
- Music room
- Academic competitions for students, grades 1-5
- Lego league robotic team, 4th and 5th grade
- Art Smart
- Fourth/fifth grade environmental camp experience
- Intramural basketball 5th grade
- Wee Deliver Program
- Student Council
- TV studio, 4th & 5th grade