Friday Review

May 6, 2016


The Spring Hill band concert is Tuesday, May 10th at 7 p.m. and the chorus concert is on Thursday, May 12th at 7 p.m. in the Spring Hill Gym. Come out and support the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade band and chorus students in their final performance of the school year! If you are able to work during the concerts, please sign up at


WLNC has been running spots for the Spring Hill Run for Kicks Fundraiser! Join Spring Hill Middle School for the Spartans 2016 Run for Kicks

(all ages welcome, including strollers and wheelchairs)


To raise funds for all Spring Hill Runners in both Cross Country and Running Club to have new, proper long distance running shoes. Any surplus earned will be used to provide funding for students to participate in additional local and state 5K’s throughout the school year.


Racing events will be held on Saturday, May 21st at 9 am, with start and finish at Pate Stadium on the campus of Scotland High School.

Friday, May 20th: Packet Pickup: 8-9 am or 3-5 pm at Spring Hill Middle School

Saturday, May 21st

Late Registration and Packet Pickup: 7:30-8:30 am

One Mile Fun Run/Walk: 9 am

5K Run/Walk begins: 9:30 am

Pate Stadium/Scotland High School

Registration Fees:
One Mile

Early Spartan (before April 29th): $8.00 for all

After April 29th: $10.00 for all

Group Discount (8 or more business/church/school = $6.00 per person)

MUST have a representative register your group such as a Pastor, School Administrator, etc.


Early Spartan (before April 29th): $10.00 for Students ( K-12th or valid college ID); $15 for Adults

After April 29th: $15.00 for Students (K-12th or valid college ID); $20 for Adults

Group Discount (8 or more business/church/school = $8.00 per person)

MUST have a representative register your group such as a Pastor, School Administrator, etc.

Top three finishers in each age division, as well as top three overall will receive awards. Every participant that registers by May 5th is guaranteed a special event t-shirt.


12. Analyze the standards students need help with the most; refer students to their data notebooks.

11. Implement the EOY PLAN that includes a variety of activities that will help students review.

10. CHUNK your review lessons…where are those 10 Essentials????????

9. Incorporate technology

8. Graphic organizers

7. HOT Questions

6. Summarizers

5. Peer tutoring; allow strong performing students to teach or tutor students in class.

4. Cooperative/collaborative learning sessions

3. Practice Questioning…question analysis and synthesis of released test items.

2. Test taking strategies…YES, we must teach them HOW to take the test.

1. MOTIVATE, ENCOURAGE, & UPLIFT each student to do THEIR absolute BEST!!!

Media Center Happenings

•TECHNOLOGY ISSUES…if you have a missing charger from your cart OR an extra charger on your cart, please let Mr. Litty or Mrs. Harris know. Also, any problems with chromebook carts should be reported to Mrs. Harris so that work-orders can be done promptly. We want the chromebooks in perfect working condition before EOG’s. Thanks!


Monday, May 9- PBIS Committee Meeting at 3:45; Baseball Playoffs at Hamlet 4:15 p.m. (Students dismiss @ 3 p.m.)

Tuesday, May 10- Band Concert @ 7 p.m.

Wednesday, May 11- EC Department Meeting 7:30 in Main Office Conference Room; District Literacy Meeting at Central Office at 3:30 pm

Thursday, May 12- Chorus Concert @ 7 p.m.

Friday, May 13- 8th Grade EC Transition Meetings; Last Club Meeting


As a reminder if you have items to include in next week's Friday Review, please do not hesitate to send your information to Mrs. Janet at anytime during the week. This will allow her ample time to insert all of your information and Friday afternoons can be very busy. All submissions are due by 10:00 am on Fridays.