M 'n M

November 7, 2022

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Community Leadership Breakfast

Friday morning, Strongsville Middle School held a Leadership Breakfast for 7th and 8th grade students. The students were selected to participate by their teachers and SMS administration. Local business leaders shared their experiences and advice on building leadership skills with the students. The keynote speaker was Dr. Regina Pestak, Director of Medicine at Cleveland Clinic (Fairview Hospital), and proud parent of children in our District. THANK YOU to all of the business professionals who made positive connections with our students this morning! We are so proud of our students- they embraced the opportunity and did such a great job representing themselves and our middle school.

November 8th- No School

November 8th is a staff professional development day where students do not attend school. This is a non-school day for all students. This means that there will be no work that is required to be completed at home on this day. We encourage students to make-up missing work, study for an upcoming test, work on a project, get organized, and/or practice their academic skills through various resources, but there will not be any required work and therefore there will be no graded work from this day.

Bone Bridge STEM Challenge.

The 7th Grade Science Department partnered with Makerspace for a STEM challenge. The students had to create the longest bridge that stood at least 3 cm tall and at least 3 cm wide.

Congratulations to our winners!


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You are invited to our VETERANS DAY PARADE at SMS. If you are a Veteran, or if you know a Veteran, you are invited to join our Veterans Day Parade!

The Parade will be on November 11th at 9:00am at Strongsville Middle School.

Please come and join our SMS students, as we THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE. As you drive through our parking lot, our Strongsville Veteran's will be given a small token of our appreciation while serenaded with a tribute of American music from our select band, choir, and orchestra. Thank you for all for your service to protect our country.

The Parade will begin at 9:00am on November 11th. You will follow the signs through our parking lot. As you slowly move through the line, roll down your windows so you can hear the music that is being dedicated to you. You are welcome to stop and listen for awhile. We hope to see you on November 11th, at 9:00am.

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The SHS Dance Team presents the 5th Annual Junior Dance Team Camp on Wednesday, November 23 from 12pm - 3pm at Strongsville High School! The camp is open to dancers in grades K-8 and includes: learning a dance to perform at halftime of an upcoming SHS Varsity Basketball Game (Date TBD), a T-shirt, a snack, and a 3-hour clinic with the SHS Dance Team. Click HERE to register for the Junior Dance Team Clinic and HERE for additional information. Students must register prior to the event.

SCS Anonymous Reporting System

Parents/students have access to our anonymous reporting system. CLICK HERE to access. The more information shared when reporting, the better chance we have to investigate and support.

Follow SMS on Instagram @ STRONGSVILLEMIDDLESCHOOL or @TheSMSMustangs on Twitter!

Strongsville Middle School


Mrs. Boytim: jboytim@scsmustangs.org

Mrs. Peters/Mr. Howell: jpeters@scsmustangs.org, chowell@scsmustangs.org

Mr. Szczepanski: bszczepanski@scsmustangs.org


Mrs. Pietrocini (6): spietrocini@scsmustangs.org

Mrs. Marozsan (Staats) (7): astaats@scsmustangs.org

Mrs. Gerber (8): kgerber@scsmustangs.org