Hawk Nation Weekly Newsletter

November 1st, 2021

Important Dates:

November 1st

Scholastic Book Fair


November 2nd

Scholastic Book Fair


November 3rd

Scholastic Book Fair

Science Fair Club Meeting

Jeremiah's Ice-cream Fundraiser


November 4th

Scholastic Book Fair

Chess Club

FCA Meeting

Chorus Officers Meeting

TSA Meeting


November 5th

Scholastic Book Fair


November 11th

Veterans Day (No School)


November 12th

Weather Day (No School)


November 16th

2nd Quarter Progress Reports


November 17th

Early Release


November 18th

SAC Meeting 5:30 pm

Hawk Nation

Scholastic Book Fair

Our fall Book Fair opens next week, November 1st - November 5th. Please see the attached flyer for additional details and information on how to set up eWallet for an easy shopping experience for your child. Also, if you do not wish to shop in person, our virtual Book Fair will be open from November 1st - November 14th. Please visit our website (https://www.scholastic.com/bf/mandarinmiddleschool) to shop online!
Scholastic BookFair

Face Mask Protocol Changing

Beginning next week, parents and guardians—at their sole discretion—can opt their children out of the face covering requirement without any documentation. They only need to complete the online opt-out form in FOCUS, the district’s online student information system.


For more information click here.

School Fundraiser Night

Come out and support our fall school fundraiser at Jeremiah's Italian Ice on November 3rd. Portion of the proceeds go to our school.


Jeremiah's Italian Ice

9891-6 San Jose Blvd. | Jacksonville | Florida | 32257

https://jeremiahsice.com/locations/mandarin

Teacher of Month

It is that time again to vote for your favorite teacher! Please take time to complete the survey to celebrate a Hawk Nation teacher.

Click here to vote.

"If I Were Elected Mayor For A Day" Essay Contest

The Florida League of Mayors and Florida League of Cities "If I Were Mayor for A Day" essay contest is a great exercise for middle schoolers and an opportunity for them to learn more about local government and possibly win a gift card in the process! For more information click here!

Students of the Week

Keon Tyson, Class of 2028

Keon had a very unfortunate thing happen to him this past week, but instead of reacting in a negative way he used his self regulation skills and handled himself in an appropriate way and reached out for help! This is a big thing for him and he deserves to be recognized!! ~ Ms. Farjian


Shawn Lottman, Class of 2027

Student showed explementary leadership and service to the Trick-or-Treat Event. ~Ms. Duarte


Serenity Jackson, Class of 2027

Serenity has got to be one of the sweetest and most polite students I've ever had. She goes out of her way, daily, to help students around her (even if the student she's working with is a discipline issue for the teacher). She has this calming demeanor about her that is almost "motherly" and the students respond to her. She is friendly to everyone, caring, and loves helping when she can. There are not a lot of students like Serenity and her parents should be so proud! I adore having her in class and hope that other students can be more like Serenity when helping others. ~ Ms. Campbell

Last Week's Highlights

Fall Chorus Concert

Thank you to everyone for attending our fall concert. While the line might have been a little too long to enter the building, the wait was well worth it. Check out our Hawk Nation Chorus!
Fall Chorus Concert

Activities Fair

Thank you for all the clubs that participated in the club fair last week. We can't wait to see our students join a new club.

Trick-or-Treat Street for Mandarin Oaks Students

Our students had such a wonderful time seeing all our of friends from Mandarin Oaks for Trick-or-Treat Street event.

Band Concert

We had a packed house on Friday night! Our students performed with excellence! We can't wait to see what you have in store for the next concert! A special thank you to Mandarin High School for their performance.
Fall Band Concert

Red Ribbon Week Celebration

Red Ribbon Week was a success at MMS! Students did a great job finding their twin throughout campus.

MMS Athletics:

Athlete of the Week-Volleyball

Dixie Patterson

This athlete over the last few weeks has unknowingly stepped up and became a leader of our team. She has been working hard during practice and even harder during games. Her attitude and willingness to do what is asked of her without complaining is why Dixie Patterson is your athlete of the week!!!

Athlete of the Week-Football

Tian Wyche

He led the way in our 20-8 victory over Southside Middle this week. He outran the defense contributing three touchdowns to our effort. As a defensive player, he made several open-field tackles, putting an end to a successful Southside drive. The coaches are super excited to see him in our next game. Go Hawks!

Football and Volleyball Schedule

November 2nd

Football vs. Twin Lakes at Atlantic Coast at 5:30 pm

DCPS School Calendar

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