Congress Middle School
Information for Congress Families, May 27th, 2022
Park Hill Wrestling Camp
Summer Connections for Congress
Park Hill Softball Information
Summer Workout Info:
Where: High School Lower Gym
When: Every Monday 8AM-10AM Starting May 31st
What to bring: Workout clothes for inside and outside, lots of water, and good running shoes!
Where: Park Hill Softball Field
When: August 8th-10th @ 8am-10:30am (Rain or Shine, we will have tryouts!)
What to bring:
Bat -Softball Pants
Glove -T Shirt
Cleats -Tennis Shoes (in case we go inside!)
Water -Extras such as sunscreen, sunglasses, visor etc.
How do I know if workouts/practice is cancelled, or location has changed?
Follow our twitter page @PHTrojansSB
We will update on workout cancellations and location changes as soon as possible!
For questions or concerns please contact Coach Guthier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Running Camp
From June 6 through July 1, your children can participate in summer school, which is a free, fun, caring place for your children to continue learning during the summer. You can register online for summer school at the same time your verify your enrollment and residency, which begins April 4.
If your child will be a freshman in the fall, they can participate in high school summer school program, which has two sessions. The first session is June 1 through June 17, and the second session is June 20 to July 8, with no school July 4 or 5.
You can find more information here, including registration information for students entering high school.
Our District is Hiring!
Are you or someone you know looking for a well-paying job that allows you to make a difference for students?
If so, join our team of dedicated Park Hill School District staff members. We have full-time and part-time support staff positions open, including nutrition services, childcare and substitute teacher positions.
We recently increased the pay for these positions, and our Adventure Club school-age childcare program and nutrition services positions will get a $1-an-hour bonus twice a year, paid on January 15 and July 30.
If you know of someone who would make a great addition to our Park Hill School District family, please let them know about these opportunities.
Apply here: https://parkhill.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
Stay Home When Waiting for Pending Test Results
Even if your child had an indirect exposure to COVID-19 and you are simply having them tested out of an abundance of caution, they must remain home until you receive negative results.
Please remember that teachers will work with your student and we will make sure they get the materials they need. As numbers around us increase, we must make sure we are cautious and doing everything we can to prevent the spread within our building.
Join Congress PTA
We know this year is not like most school years, but there are still many things we can do to try help our students and the amazing staff at Congress Middle School. It starts with your membership. Just by joining you will help us provide needed resources for staff and students.
Become a member online at:
Sprigeo Bullying Reporting Program
The online Sprigeo system allows students to report concerns if they feel unsafe or know someone who feels unsafe. After they fill out the form at the link below, Sprigeo sends an email to an administrator with all of the details from the report. Parents can also use this tool if necessary.
What can be reported on Sprigeo?
- Safety threats, bullying, harassment or intimidation at school
- Safety threats, bullying, harassment or intimidation outside of school
- Cyberbullying; Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc.
- Fights, drugs, alcohol or weapons at school
- Friends who talk about hurting themselves
Park Hill is improving our efforts to serve students' mental health and to prevent suicide. Our team of school mental health professionals and administrators partnered with Tri-County Mental Health Services and national experts to bring the national Signs of Suicide depression screening program to our K-12 schools.
SOS is important for students because it reduces suicide attempts, teaches the signs of depression and suicide, encourages supporting others' well-being and tells students to seek out trusted adults. If you want to opt-out your student from the program, visit our website to find the form or call us.
For more information, click here: https://sossignsofsuicide.org/parent