Solebury Middle School

May Newsletter 2016

Middle School Play Next Week!!!

Fairytale Court Room, presented by the Middle School Drama Class, will be held Thursday, May 19 at 1:00 and Friday, May 20 at 7:30 pm in the theatre. You, the audience, will be the jury and decide if the Big, Bad Wolf and the Wicked Witch are guilty of crimes against living happily ever after. Depending on how you vote, the actors will change the end of the play. This is a free performance but donations are being collected for Lulu's Rescue, an animal rescue program in Lambertville. The show is directed by Rebecca Wilschutz with James Booth assisting.


Students should be in the theater at 6:30 Friday night. There is dinner in the dining hall at 6pm if they want to stay on campus or they can get picked up at the end of the school day and come back.

8th grade Graduation

We are getting close!!! For graduation night, I am requesting 2-3 baby photos of our 8th grade graduates. Please send them to me digitally this week.


Graduation invitations will go out this week.


Graduates will need to be in the Gym by 6:40 to take pictures.

May Community Service trip

We will be heading to Newtown Friends Village to do some spring cleanup for the residents on Friday May 27th. I am still looking for some parent volunteers to chaperone that day while we are spread out over the grounds working. Jenn Aguilar has bravely volunteered, but we could use some more help that day!

End of the year stuff

Lost and found

Bring in a reusable grocery bag to take home all they have accumulated in the lounge this year! Anything left in the lounge after the last day of finals will be donated.


There are times during final exams to sell back textbooks and also paperback books that were used this year. A list of eligible books will be posted in the Middle School lounge that week.

Classes for next year

Students will be sitting down with their advisor to choose classes for next year based on recommendations from their current teachers. Once they have come up with a schedule that works, the advisor will be in contact with the parents to finalize it. Next year middle school students will not have an 80 minute free period and will be scheduled in classes or study hall each period of the day.