Mooresville Middle School
A message from Ms. Robinson...
September 10, 2021
Together we make a family!
Greetings Red Imp families, this is Ayana Robinson, your middle school principal.
Please review this week's newsletter for more information about:
- Car rider line,
- Ordering student pictures,
- Message from Nurse Turpin,
- MMS Progress Reports,
- MMS food drive,
- Service road closure,
- VMMS announcement,
- PTSO meeting minutes,
- MAWI lessons,
- Message from Mooresville Public Library
- Substitute teacher vacancies,
- Quarantine content support schedule and,
- Picture retake day.
If you have any questions feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s ALWAYS a great day to be a Red Imp!
Proud MMS Principal
Ms. Robinson (Principal): email@example.com
Ms. Graham (7th Grade Assistant Principal): firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Kosal (8th Grade Assistant Principal): email@example.com
Mr. Akelman (Assistant Principal of Instruction): firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Bustle (MMS Principal Intern): email@example.com
Ms. Ann Clark (Athletic Director) firstname.lastname@example.org
Car Rider Line
- Please pay attention to the staff member directing traffic. The season is changing and it is still dark during morning arrival, please drive slow and be aware of the person standing in the line directing traffic.
- Only allow students out of the car when you are in the inner lane.
- In the morning and afternoon please drive all the way up the next available space before allowing your student to load or unload.
- In the afternoon please remind students that they are to wait on the yellow line and not underneath the awning, unless it is raining. Students will be given another reminder about waiting at the yellow line. Starting next week, if students do not follow this expectation they will be assigned silent lunch.
We appreciate you adhering to these reminders, your cooperation helps us to have a safe and efficient arrival and dismissal.
Friendly reminder from Nurse Turpin...
MMS Food Drive
MMS Student Government is sponsoring a food drive for the Food for Days backpack program. This program currently feeds 450 children in our area! (https://foodfordays.org/)
Please consider donating during the months of September and October.
Students can turn in items to Ms. Hodges' room, 217 or you can drop off items at our home games (football, softball, tennis, and cross country). Here are some items they need:
Chewy granola bars (no nuts)
juice boxes or pouches
beans & franks (8ounces)
ravioli (flip top can)
oatmeal (variety pack)
crackers (variety pack)
Please email Ms. Hodges if you have any questions! email@example.com and thanks in advance for your donations!
Service Road Closure
Virtual Mooresville Middle School
Next week, students will have an asynchronous day on Wednesday, September 15th. Students need to log into each of their classes and complete the work given to them by their teachers.
On Friday, September 17th VMMS materials can be picked up in the front office. We ask that someone picks up the materials for the students between 9 am and 1 pm.
Our students have been working very hard in VMMS. We do want to recognize two students who always show the Heart of a Red Imp and go above and beyond. Our students of the week for September 6 -10 are
7th Grade: Nikolas W.
8th Grade: Yaliz M.
Please be on the lookout for a sign up genius. MMS PTSO is sponsoring a "Stock the Teacher's Lounge" event and will be asking for donations from parents. More information to come.
The next PTSO meeting is scheduled for October 6th at 8am, we will meet virtually.
During one class session the week of September 13th, the MMS ELA department will facilitate the following MAWI lessons:
7th Grade: MAWI Lesson #3- Hit your Turbo
8th Grade: MAWI Lesson #3-What is the Conflict
MMS is using the MAWI program to facilitate social and emotional lessons that are designed to help students build life-long coping skills.
Quarantine Content Support Schedule
Mooresville Public Library
Fall is upon us and there is plenty going on at the Mooresville Public Library. The teen department has re-opened its in-person volunteer program, Teens Give Back. We will continue to offer virtual volunteer hours as well. Further information for teens interested in volunteering for the library can be found on our teen page Here.
For more information on what is happening at the Mooresville Public Library for teens, click here for the most recent newsletter.
Make a Difference @ MMS....SUBSTITUTE TEACH!
Mooresville Middle School is in need of reliable subs! If you are interested in serving as a substitute teacher at MMS please call or email Ms. Robinson. Ms. Robinson will give you all the information that you need to apply. All potential candidates will need to complete an application, interview, and pass a background check.
You MUST LOVE KIDS to sub at Mooresville Middle School.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (704) 658-2728.
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Step by Step Directions
If you are a MMS or VMMS student and would like to meet with Ms. Haynesworth or Mr. Robinson, fill out this form and they will contact you.