October Newsletter

Mid-Prairie Middle School

Hello MPMS Families

It is hard to believe that we are already in October! For those of you I have not had the opportunity to meet yet, my name is Rob Hruby and I have honor of serving as the building principal at Mid-Prairie Middle School. Although there have been some adjustments stepping into my role as the building leader, the support and encouragement I have received from staff, students, and parents has made my transition to the principalship a fun and enjoyable journey.

I plan to send out a monthly newsletter to keep you informed of what is happening at the middle school, provide some clarification around various logistics, and give reminders for important dates coming up. If there are things you would like to see more of next month, let me know!

We have had a tremendous start to the year. Walking into classrooms, I see students actively engaged with the content and hear students having great academic conversations of the reasoning and thought processes. It is great to hear and see the collaboration going on between students.

Next week I will be visiting with all student advisories to discuss some observations so far this year and revisiting expectations for all students at MPMS. I would encourage you to have a conversation with your student around these expectations. 5th grade will meet on Monday, 6th grade on Tuesday, 7th grade on Thursday, and 8th on Friday.


Please check the update that Paula sends out each week. It contains details for upcoming events, as well as other important to know information.

Don't forget, if you are picking up your student after school, please meet them at H Ave. and not in front of the main entrance. This helps us create a safer environment for those walking home or riding the bus.

If you have questions or concerns regarding your students in the classroom, please don't hesitate to reach out to their teacher(s). Office staff are available to listen and talk through issues, but don't always have first hand knowledge of events that occur.

Thank you for everything you do to support the success of your student.

It's a great day to be a Golden Hawk!