April 12-16, 2021
Dear Midland Families,
I hope you and your family had a wonderful Spring Break! We are now moving into what has traditionally been a busy time in the school year. Before long we will have end of year assessments, Spring conferences, and our end of year celebrations.
As we return to school, I just want to offer these reminders:
- Students can be dropped off starting at 8:45.
- The school day begins at 8:55.
- We serve breakfast to any student who would like to eat.
- All students must have a cleared health attestation before 8:30.
- If someone in your family is positive or being tested for COVID, please keep your student home to quarantine, even if they do not currently have symptoms.
- If your child has spring allergies, we will need a Dr. note with that diagnosis. Otherwise, if your child is coughing and sneezing, they will be sent home, out of precaution.
Thank you so much for all you are doing to help keep all students and staff healthy!
It's great to be a MUSTANG!
Important Dates to Remember:
April 14 ~ Asynchronous learning day
April 16 ~ Color Wars Dress Up day (see below for details)
April 21 ~ Asynchronous learning day
April 28 ~ Asynchronous learning day
April 30 ~ HOPE Assembly
**For additional future scheduled activities, please check out our Midland calendar at https://midland.fpschools.org/**
Color Wars Spirit Day
The grade level colors are as follows:
1st grade: YELLOW
2nd grade: BLUE
3rd grade: RED
4th grade: ORANGE
5th grade: PURPLE
Registration for the 2021-22 School Year:
Registration for new students enrolling in the 2021-22 school year is now open. We will be registering only new kindergarten through 5th grade students who live within our attendance boundaries, or have daycare in our area. Current students are automatically enrolled for next year, with the exception of overload students who will return to their home schools for 2021-22. To be eligible for kindergarten, children must be five years of age by August 31, 2021. All registrations will be done on-line at www.fpschools.org . Click on the red "Enrollment" circle, then click "Enroll for 2021-22", and complete the registration paperwork. Enrollees must attach a copy of your child’s birth certificate, immunization records, and proof of residence during the registration process.
Highly Capable Student Program
It is time to refer 3rd and 4th grade students for the 2021-2022 Project Excel Highly Capable Student Program. If you are interested in more information or would like your student tested for this program, please follow the link below.
Pierce County Rental Assistance information
Midland wants to STOP Covid at the door!
Just a reminder that you need to complete a health screening questionnaire EVERY morning by 8:30 am. This survey will come to your email, but you can also set it up to be sent as a text to your phone, for easy completion. If you have not filled out the form, your child will not be allowed to enter class until we have heard from you to answer questions, and have your child's temperature taken. Please see the button below for specific information regarding the Daily Health Check, as well as what to do if you are having trouble receiving the email.
PLEASE do your part before school, so that your child can go to class when they arrive.
- Students will be required to wear a mask on the bus, in the halls, in class, and at recess.
- Students will wash hands and use hand sanitizer throughout the day.
- Students will sit 6 feet apart in the classroom.
If your child has been exposed to COVID, or if they are showing symptoms of illness, you may not send them to school until they have been quarantined and symptom free for 14 days. Teachers will provide work for students during this time. We are counting on everyone to keep Midland safe for all students and staff. Thank you!
Over the nose it goes! Over the chin, you win!
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