Farmington Middle School
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Pics in and out of the classroom
Don't Miss Out
Sept. 4th - CC @ Jackson, VB @ Central, VB vs. Jefferson R-7
Sept. 5th - EARLY OUT
Sept. 6th - FB vs. Sikeston, VB vs. Fredericktown
Sept. 8th - CC @ Arcadia Valley, VB @ Farmington High School
Sept. 11th - VB vs. Bismark, VB @ Jefferson R-7
Sept. 13th - VB vs. Ste. Gen, CC @ Steeleville
Sept. 15th - VB @ Potosi
Sept. 17th - VB @ Arcadia Valley
Sept. 18th - VB vs. Kingston
Sept. 21 - NO SCHOOL
Sept. 22 - VB @ Hillsboro
Sept. 24 - VB @ Potosi
Sept. 25 - VB vs. West County, CC @ Hillsboro
Sept. 27 - VB @ Hillsboro
30 seconds in the office
The Counseling Corner
For schedules and more information please see the link below.
If a student did not bring their Chromebook or it needs charged we will come deliver one to them in class second hour. This cuts down on standing in line at the Chromezone during first hour and 8th hour. The Pony Express at the end of the day will then collect any loaners that were given out. This is a new system so we are still working out kinks, but hopefully this eliminates unnecessary detentions because of Chromebooks.
Farmington Middle School is 1:1 with Chromebooks. These devices are an extension of the classroom. As teachers are trained to use these devices to increase student engagement and students achievement, it is important that students bring their Chromebooks to school each day and that they are fully charged. Please develop a plan with your student each night to power down and charge their device so they are prepared and do not miss out on any educational opportunities at school.
Character Council - A National school of character
Check out Mr. McKinney's video explaining what our goal is this year and how we are trying to achieve it.
The Farmington Middle School Character Council provides students with leadership opportunities within the school setting. Character Council is comprised of student representatives who apply for the position and are FMS role models endorsed by staff members and succeed in a selection process. The FMS Character Council leads school wide character education efforts. They model the Eight Pillars of Integrity, lead service learning opportunities, and plan school spirit activities and events. Character Council meets before school daily and plans for and coordinates service projects, character education activities, and other service learning opportunities. Applications for new members are available each spring of the school year for consideration for membership the next school year