A message from the principal…
Middle School Parents:
Students are finishing the year strong with many activities both in and outside the classroom. Track and Field athletes began practicing in early March and will begin meets soon, with two home meets in April. The bands performed a concert at the high school to raise money for their program. The grade-level bands performed in the performing arts center while the jazz band entertained patrons in the commons during dessert intermission. Both the middle school band and choirs will perform spring concerts in May.
Eighth-grade science students took over the PLTW curriculum this quarter by dissecting and labeling sheep brains. New seventh-grade geography textbooks were delivered to the building in March to be followed by new American history textbooks for the eighth grade next year. The Student Technology Association will travel to Rolla for the state convention where they can see what other schools are building.
Students are piloting our new assessment program Illuminate by taking some pre-assessments that will provide data for teachers before MAP testing begins on April 26. During those tests the middle school will adjust to a block schedule to allow students ample time to finish each session and allow other classes to continue instruction. MAP testing will continue through May 5. The seventh grade will test in the morning while the eighth grade will test in the afternoon.
Greg Reeves, Principal
May 18: 3 hour early dismissal, Last day of School
For detailed locations & times, please visit online Middle School calendar below
Please note: all bus changes need to be made by noon on regular school days and 10 am on ½ days
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