Have a Great Summer MCAA
June 1, 2021
Relax this Summer
Report Cards and Other Important Information
We will be mailing report cards and other important documents on Thursday (6/3). If addresses in ASPEN are not current, the documents will be returned to us and we will contact you.
Milestone (EOG) and MAP scores are updated and loaded in ASPEN under "Assessments". If you have any questions about the scores, please let Dr. Patterson know.
Save the Date: Sneak-A-Peek (August 2)
9-10am 3rd Grade
10-11am 4th Grade
11-12pm 5th Grade
During the above time noted, parents and students are welcome to come meet their teacher(s), see their classroom(s), get transportation information, and join our PTSA and Foundation.
MCAA DRAMA CLUB
We are working on a plan to have a collaborative, mentoring program with Marietta Sixth Grade Academy's drama department. Our location gives us the advantage of working with Mr. Josh Waters and his sixth grade participants. We are hopeful that the end product will be an amazing performance by our MCAA Rockets. If you are interested in this club for the 2021-2022 school year, please complete the survey below. Thanks so much!
Summer Reading Program
Don’t miss the Summer Reading program at the Cobb County Library! (See Flyer) Information, bookmarks and activity sheets are posted in the Library Learning Commons course in Schoology.
Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl is back!
Is your rising 4th or 5th grader an avid reader? Would he/she be interested in trying out for MCAA’s reading bowl team? Contact Mrs. Crandall at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Science Olympiad Information
The Elementary Science Olympiad (ESO) is the perfect complement to our science program. It supports our normal classroom routine with building, testing, and researching. Elementary Science Olympiad events take advantage of the natural curiosity of each child, and allow for in-depth and hands-on experiences. Science Olympiad tournaments are academic interscholastic competitions consisting of a series of events that students prepare for all year. The events span various science disciplines of life science, earth science and physical science. Each child will become an expert in two event areas. For some events, they will conduct research, study, and prepare to take a paper-pencil test at the competition. Other events are lab events where students will become experts in identifying and classifying. The third type of event is a constructing event where students will be challenged with building and testing a structure or rocket right at the competition.
To apply, students are required to be in 4th or 5th grade. Students will be expected to do a lot of the work at home on their own time. ESO students will need to attend weekly practices after school on Wednesday’s until 5:30pm and Thursday mornings starting at 8am. Team members are expected to be at every practice. As we near the competition in March, more practices will be added. Students will be expected to demonstrate the MCAA Expectations of Excellence at all times and be team players.
If you are interested in applying please fill out this Interest Form.