. . . . . . Oct. 13: End of First Quarter . . . . . . Oct. 20: No School, Teacher Workday / Professional Development . . . . . . .




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A message from the principal…

Middle School Students and Parents:

Welcome back to all students.  Our first week went by fast learning new routines, new names, and new locker combinations.  Many students and parents attended the middle school’s open house the night before school started, which hopefully alleviated some first-day jitters.  Thank you to family’s who stopped by on Monday, August 15.

This year started off with a highlight on our first Monday--the solar eclipse.  Our students first conducted a fire drill and then from their rendezvous location, the home stands at Eklund Field, they watched the moon eclipse the sun.  A special thanks to Cass County Health Department who donated viewing glasses for our students.  Thank you also to the teachers and parents who ensured a safe and educational experience.

School pictures will be taken on Wednesday, August 23, in the morning at the school.  The fall sport seasons are underway and PHMS will host Purple and Gold Night on Thursday, August 24 at 6:00 to introduce our cross country runners, volleyball players, and football players.

Teachers jump right into collecting data by assessing students in math and ELA during the first few weeks of school.  The school will then use the testing data to drive instruction during the school year.  DnA is the acronym for data and assessment, which will provide immediate feedback to teachers of students’ strengths and their weaknesses.

We wish all our educational community a successful fall and are excited about starting the year with the seventh and eighth graders.



Greg Reeves, Principal

Upcoming events:

Oct. 20: No School, Teacher Workday / Professional Development
Oct. 23 & 25: Parent Teacher Conferences
Oct. 27: No 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


Attendance Line, 987-9204

Office Hours: 7:00am - 3:15pm

Am
Drop Off
Classes Begin
Classes End
Buses leave
7:00am
7:35am
2:37pm
2:41pm



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