Preparing Menomonie Middle Schoolers for Lifelong Success

Helpful Resources

TRIO Talent Search students: We hope you are having a great school year! We have enjoyed meeting and catching up with you! Remember, we are here to help make sure you have all the tools you need to be successful. Check out some of the resources below, and be sure to let us know if you have any questions or if you need extra help with anything!

I Wish I Had More Time In My Day So That I Could...

How would you complete the sentence above? We all wish we had more time to do the things we enjoy. The good news is you can make that happen if you are correctly managing your time. Click here to see what other middle school students are saying about time management, and review some of the tips and tricks you learned in your TRIO Talent Search lessons.

How to Send an Email...the Professional Way!

Check out the video below for some email tips, and see if you can spot the spelling mistake towards the end of the video.
Email Etiquette for Students

Have You Joined a Club or Organization Yet???

Joining a club or organization is a great way to get involved. It can help keep school fun and exciting, and it will also look great on your resumé in the future. Click here for a list of clubs and organizations at Menomonie Middle School.

About Your Advisor

Mr. Corbett has been working with TRIO Talent Search since February. You will see him in different classes throughout your middle and high school experience. His passion is working with middle school and high school students. Some of his favorite activities include running, playing guitar, watching the Packers, and spending time outdoors. If you see him in the hallway, feel free to stop him and talk about any of these things, or just say hello! He's here to help you.

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UW-Stout's Educational Talent Search is a 100% funded TRIO Program serving 680+ students with $296,548 awarded this budget period.
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