About Main Street Elementary School

We serve 1st–5th graders in our Main Street building that combines the classic architecture and strength of the original structure with state-of-the-art technology and systems of today.

As the oldest building in the district, we are a hub of the Titusville community.

School Hours, Location & Phone

Arrival: 8:00 a.m.
Dismissal: 2:45 p.m.

117 West Main Street
Titusville, PA 16354
Phone: (814) 827–2715, ext. 5400

Our Mission

The mission of Main Street Elementary School, with the collaborative support of parents and community, is to ensure quality academics and social experiences that will nurture, prepare, and inspire all students.

Our Staff & Student Profile

We have 41 full and part-time faculty and support staff members. Approximately 10% of our students have IEPs, and fewer than 50 percent of those students score at or above proficient in reading and math.

Main Street School Beliefs

  • We encourage parents to take an active interest in their child’s education and serve as role models.
  • We expect students to be respectful and accountable for their actions.
  • Teachers set high expectations for both learning and student achievement.
  • Administrators practice effective supervision including identifying goals, monitoring student achievement, and supplying feedback.
  • Administrators are responsible for maintaining a safe, orderly, and healthy environment for learning.
  • Learning is a lifelong process.
  • We expect effective communication and regular and consistent feedback from all involved in a child’s education.

Our School History

Main Street Elementary School dates back to 1912. During the last century, it has served as a high school and a junior high school and now as an elementary school housing approximately 320 students in grades one through five. The original building was extensively renovated and expanded in 2002.

School-Wide Positive Behavior Supports (SWPBS)

“You ROCK”—Four behaviors to help all students excel:

O—Own your positive behavior
C—Caring words and deeds
K—Keep yourself and others safe