Student Bulletin - September 10, 2023
Prizes for every $20 in donations and boxes sold.
Permission Slip for chocolate.
- XC MS Meet vs. Multiple Middle Schools (4:00) HOME @ ETMS
- Girls Volleyball (A/B) game (4:00PM) HOME vs. Smith Hale MS @ ETMS Gym A
- Girls Volleyball (C) game (5:00PM) vs. Pleasant Lea MS @ Bernard Campbell MS
- Football (A) game (5:00PM) AWAY vs. Grain Valley MS @ Grain Valley MS
- Football (B) game (5:15PM) AWAY vs. Grain Valley MS @ Grain Valley MS
- 9/12 - 6th Grade Grand Canyon Summer Trip Parent Meeting (6:00PM-7:00PM) / Library
- 9/12 - 7th Grade Human Growth & Development Meeting (6:30PM-8:00PM) @ SLC
- XC MS Invitational (4:00PM) AWAY @ Longview Community College
- Girls Volleyball (A/B) game (4:00PM) AWAY @ Grain Valley MS @ Grain Valley MS
- Girls Volleyball (C) game (4:00PM) AWAY vs. Maple Park MS @ Bernard Campbell MS
- Girls Volleyball (C) game (5:00PM) AWAY vs. Antioch MS @ Bernard Campbell MS
- Football (C) game (4:00PM) AWAY vs. Brittany Hill MS @ Brittany Hill MS
- Girls Volleyball (A/B) game (4:00PM) AWAY vs. Brittany Hill MS @ Brittany Hill MS
- 9/19 - Bison Fan Day
GENERAL INFORMATION & UPDATES
END OF DAY - TRANSPORTATION
We ask that you notify the office prior to 3:00 with any transportation changes for students that day.
This timeline allows us to communicate these changes to the teacher, while also supporting the daily routines and processes that occur during this busy part of the day.
It is difficult to check students out after 3:00 PM. If there is a need to check students out early for an appointment, please avoid the 3:00-3:15 PM timeframe.
Thank you for partnering with us to ensure the safety for all ETMS Bison during dismissal.
BISON FAN DAY!
Our first Bison Fan Day will be on Tuesday, September 19th, for the ETMS Football game.
This is a fun activity where students get to cheer on the ETMS Football Team. Any 6th-8th grade student may sign up. Students will need to be picked up at 5:45PM .
If your student plans to attend you will need to fill out the permission form that will be linked in the September 17th Trail Talk newsletter. Students will NOT be able to stay after school if parents have not filled out the form prior to the event.
ATHLETIC EVENTS - ETMS
Bison Fan Days are the exception.
MATH HOMEWORK HELP
As your student’s School Counselor, it is our privilege to partner with families and teachers to provide programs and services to help students achieve success in school. The knowledge, attitudes and skills students acquire during middle school in the areas of academic, career and personal/social development serve as building blocks for future success.
This year, our school counseling team has the opportunity to partner with Advisory teachers and MOCSA to help us educate our students in grades six through eight. Your student will receive lessons based on the Missouri State School Counseling Standards:
SE 2: Exhibit mutual respect and compromise in relationships.
SE 2: Review and implement strategies to resolve problems and conflicts successfully.
SE 3: Apply personal safety strategies as they relate to violence and harassment.
SE 2: Identify and develop strategies to promote acceptance and respect in the school and community.
ACT Mental Health First Aid
SE 3: Identify safe/unsafe situations.
SE 1: Identify issues that impact personal safety.
AD 6: Developing and monitoring Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP).
CD 7: Applying career exploration and planning skills in the achievement of life career goals.
CD 8: Knowing where and how to obtain information about the world of work and post-secondary training/education.
CD 9: Applying skills for career readiness and success.
Dignity & Belonging
SE 1: Understanding self as an individual and as a member of diverse local and global communities.
SE 2: Interacting with others in ways that respect individual and group differences.
AD 5: Apply information and skills necessary to transition into the next grade.
MOCSA (grades 6 and 8 only)
SE 3: Utilize effective problem-solving, decision-making and refusal skills needed to make safe/healthy choices in social situations.
SE 3: Apply personal safety strategies as they relate to different situations.
Your LSR7 School Counselors
Molly Beuke (Boy-Key), 6th grade counselor, email@example.com
Rebekah Schreckenghaust, 7th grade counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Haselhorst, 8th grade counselor, email@example.com
To help support our efforts of inclusion, review the following with your student(s) at home:
Notice: Is someone being left out?
Attention: Get the person’s attention. Say hello. Tell them your name.
Ask: “Do you want to hang with us?”
Explain: Tell them what you are doing or how to participate. .
Welcome: Make sure they feel comfortable. Smile. Be friendly and encouraging.
Share your photos with Yearbook!
If you have photos you've taken and would like to share,
please go to HJESHARE.COM or download the
free HJ ESHARE APP then use our school code: etmsybk
*Yearbook will accept photos until the end of March 2024.
KINDNESS COUNTS Character Trait
CYBERPATRIOT - 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade
6th Grade Grand Canyon Adventure 2024!
Attention 6th Graders!
Are you interested in going to the Grand Canyon?
There will be a Grand Canyon school trip parent meeting on Tuesday, September 12th,
from 6:00PM-7:00PM in the ETMS Library Media Center.
Please see the registration link below if interested.
RECOGNITIONS & CELEBRATIONS
8th Grade Industrial Technology
7th grade student, Kasen Pryor worked on building his Skimmer.
8th Grade Gifted Class Field Trip
6th Grade BMIT
Students in Ms. Garwood's class studied the work of artist Heather Hansen and created collaborative mirror drawings in preparation for a larger non-objective drawing.
This semester’s Bison+ staff is out mastering their camera basics to make sure your first show looks fantastic in a few weeks.
REMINDERS & REPEATED ITEMS
LSR7 Football Games
LSR7 encourages, supports, and welcomes fan attendance at our home football games.
To provide the safest possible environment, all students grades K-8 must be accompanied by an adult at all home football games at LSHS, LSN, and LSW. Any unaccompanied student will not be permitted entry to the game.
All student spectators in grades K-8 are encouraged to sit with their adult chaperones. If a student spectator becomes a disruption to the event, the student will be required to sit with their chaperone or directed to leave the game.
Backpacks are prohibited.