A message from the principal…
We will be hosting our fourth annual career fair next week on November 25. Career training is a huge part of the guidance curriculum for middle school students in preparation for high school coursework and college & career readiness. This fair is a fabulous tool which involves members of our community in educating middle school students about career and job opportunities available to them. The career fair is set up so that each community member will be in his/her own classroom and will give four 20 minute presentations to approximately 30 students in each time slot. In the past, presenters have used slide shows, handouts, props, displayed tools or just simply dialogued with students. This year we have the following careers by community members/businesses for our students to visit:
Physical Therapist, Dana Raynard, DPT, ATC from Serc
Middle school winter sports practices are well underway for wrestling and basketball. We kick off our first home middle school winter sports activity on Monday evening, November 24 at 5pm in our middle school gym with home basketball. Further, the middle school musical has been announced and students are busy preparing musical auditions for Seussical, Jr. You can follow the musical work, news, practice information at this link http://phinthemiddle.blogspot.com/.
Nov. 17: Mid-term
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