St. Clair Middle School
Community Newsletter | Week of October 10, 2022
Dates to Remember
- October 10 - Spirit Week Begins
- October 12 - PLC Day - Early Release at 12:35pm
- October 19 - Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:30pm - 8:00pm*
- October 20 - Parent-Teacher Conferences 12:15pm - 3:30pm and 5:30pm - 8:00pm*
- October 21 - No School
- October 26 - Picture Re-take Day
- October 27 - Fall Band Concert - 7:00pm at SCMS
October 28 - Halloween Dance - 5th/6th Grades: 3:00-4:30pm - 7th/8th Grades: 5:00-6:30pm
- November 4 - End of Marking Period 1
*Conference appointments are scheduled through Skyward. Please see below.
St. Clair Middle School Celebrates Homecoming Week
Monday - Positivity Day - Wear GREEN or something with a positive message
Tuesday - Teamwork Day - Wear gear from your favorite team
Wednesday - Funky Flannel or Funky Socks Day
Thursday - Helping Hat Day - Bring $1 and wear your favorite hat all day long, benefits LINKS
Friday - Saints Day - Wear red and blue
St. Clair High School's student council will lead a school-wide pep assembly on Friday featuring the SCHS pep band, cheerleaders, and members of the football team. It should be a fun week!
Congratulations Students of the Month!
5th Grade: Jayden Lester, Penelope Bruer, Hailey Martin, Clara Schneider, Charles Mulberg, Carter Kaltz, Michael Bailey, Zach Struhar, Finnigan Sultemeier
6th Grade: Chella Ameel & Tyler Demerest
7th Grade: Max Vargo & Caleigh Husley
8th Grade: Misha Shah & Martino Gilson
We are proud of you!
Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences
St. Clair Middle School is happy to announce our return to face-to-face conferences once again this year. Conferences will be held on Wednesday, October 19 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm and on
Please click here to read the letter and instructions emailed to families
This week our school community will be focusing on the Other People Mindset of Being Present and Giving Others My Attention. This means when I’m with other people, I’m present and give them my full attention.
This element of the Other People Mindset is so important today due to the increasing number of distractions vying for our time and attention. Phone calls, text messages, emails, social media notifications all have the capacity to pull us away from the present moment and, what’s most important -- our relationships with other people.
Just like plants need sunlight to grow, our relationships need attention. If we don’t give our attention to the people we’re building relationships with -- whether family members, close friends, or even distant colleagues -- we can’t build those relationships. It’s vitally important that we pick our heads up from our cell phones and truly listen to other people when they’re talking. A positive culture is built on positive relationships -- and we can’t build positive relationships without attention.
To practice and encourage the character strength of perspective with your child, please visit the Positivity Project’s P2 for Families (password: P2), where together you will watch a video, read a quote, and talk about the answers to three questions.