A message from the principal…
Middle School Parents:
The new year brings a new semester and some new courses for our students. We end 2016 with some great successes. November’s Career Fair brought in over twenty professionals who were able to share insight about their fields to our students. The presenters articulated the importance of education as they progressed through their given careers. During second quarter, the science classes worked on their Project Lead the Way curriculum, which led to lemon batteries and telegraph machines being made during the school day. In December, the choirs performed at Crown Center to delight evening shoppers with holiday music.
Looking forward, January marks the annual district spelling bee to find those students who can recite those complicated words. The middle school was again selected to participate in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) testing in February, adding to their database about national performance in schools.
Working without the gym has been an imposition on many in the district and in the community. We appreciate everyone’s patience as the painters finish. We are looking forward to its use again in early January. Despite its absence, the floor will return with a sharp, new look.
The wrestlers wrapped up another successful season in December. Boys’ and girls’ basketball continues through January. The middle school musical SchoolHouse Rock will begin rehearsing soon after with performances February 10 and 11.
Feb. 24: 3 hour early dismissal, Prof. Dev.
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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