Midland Messenger

March 22-26, 2021

Dear Midland Families,

It's been one year since schools closed last spring. During the time of quarantines and the spread of COVID, many students were not with other children. Now that we are back in school, we know many students are happy to be back! We also see some students who are shy, nervous, or even feel anxious about being with others.


Below is a chart of Social Emotional skills that kids need to be successful at school and at home. Take a look to see if you recognize some of these strengths in your child, and celebrate those! Also consider which of these skills may be underdeveloped at this time. We have two school counselors, so if you believe that your child may need additional social-emotional support please do not hesitate to reach out. You can talk with your child's teacher or call the office, and we can connect you with our counselors, Ms. Morgan Stephens (grades k,1,2) or Mr. Chris Scotti (grades 3,4,5).


I encourage you to talk with your child about how they are feeling about friendships, school work, and family. These social skills are the key to being socially and emotionally healthy.


It's great to be a MUSTANG!

~Mrs. Dawson

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Important Dates to Remember:

March 22~ Report Cards go home

March 24 ~ Asynchronous learning day

March 26 ~ No School (Snow Make Up Day)

March 31 ~ Asynchronous learning day

April 5-9 ~ No School for Spring Break



**For additional future scheduled activities, please check out our Midland calendar at https://midland.fpschools.org/**

No School Friday, March 26th

Friday was a scheduled snow make up day. Since we had no school cancellations for snow this year, we get the day off! Enjoy your three day weekend!!

Midland Staff had Fun with Hat Day!

Annual School Performance Report for 2019-2020

Our Midland School Performance Report for last school year has been completed. The link below will take you to our Midland website page. You can then click on the Performance Report button to view the report.


Midland Annual School Performance Report for 2019-2020

Pierce County Rental Assistance information

We have information for families to help with rental assistance. If you need help, please call the Midland office and we can email you the information.

Midland wants to STOP Covid at the door!

Midland families,

Just a reminder that you need to complete a health screening questionnaire EVERY morning. This survey will come to your email, but you can also set it up to be sent as a text to your phone, for easy completion. If you have not filled out the form, your child will not be allowed to enter class until we have heard from you to answer questions, and have your child's temperature taken. Please see the button below for specific information regarding the Daily Health Check, as well as what to do if you are having trouble receiving the email.

PLEASE do your part before school, so that your child can go to class when they arrive.


  • Students will be required to wear a mask on the bus, in the halls, in class, and at recess.
  • Students will wash hands and use hand sanitizer throughout the day.
  • Students will sit 6 feet apart in the classroom.


If your child has been exposed to COVID, or if they are showing symptoms of illness, you may not send them to school until they have been quarantined and symptom free for 14 days. Teachers will provide work for students during this time. We are counting on everyone to keep Midland safe for all students and staff. Thank you!

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Over the nose it goes! Over the chin, you win!

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PTA Corner

Your PTA membership matters! Please consider joining and click the box below to fill out Midland's PTA membership form for the 2020-21 school year.


  • $12 for a Single Membership
  • $20 for 2 Memberships
  • $10 for Student Membership
  • $12 to Sponsor a Teacher
Upcoming Events

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Franklin Pierce Schools does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

Questions and complaints of alleged discrimination should be directed to James Hester, Compliance Coordinator for State and Civil Rights Laws; Wendy Malich, Title IX Officer; or John Sander, 504/ADA Coordinator at 315 129th ST S, Tacoma, WA 98444-5099 or at (253)298-3000.