JH Mustang News
Summer Break is Right Around the Corner!
Hello Parents and Students
This week started with our final two STAAR Test on Tuesday and Wednesday, math and reading. Now we just have a couple of weeks until the students leave for the summer break. May 27 will be an early release day at 12:25pm for the JH campus. Please remember even though testing is over we are still having class and taking grades for the final 9 weeks of the school year.
Your child/children were sent a 6 weeks progress report this past Wednesday through School Messenger. Please communicate with your child/children's teacher if you have any concerns about their grades. If for any reason your child fails a class for the year, you will be contacted by the teacher.
Registration for the 2021-2022 school year will start on July 14, 2021. We will remind you again in the June and July Newsletters. Please have a great summer break. Take care and be safe. Thank you for a great year! Go Mustangs!
IMPORTANT NEWS !!!
8th grade Parents and Students
Due to COVID we will not have an 8th grade promotion ceremony. We will give your 8th grader their promotion certificates and any awards they earned on the last day of school. We have a fun morning planned for them before we send them off to the high school.
Thank you so much for allowing us to teach your child/children for the last three years. Our goal is to always have them prepared for their freshman year by providing the curriculum required by the State of Texas (TEKS). We want to be a partner with the parents to provide your child/children with the best education , but more importantly our staff wants to send them off being the best person they can be each day. Their health, safety, and social-emotional well-being are just as critical. We love them and will miss them as they grow into wonderful, strong, and determined young men and women. As they finish this chapter of their education, we hope their preparation will assist them on their future academic endeavors. Please let us know if you ever need any help.
Madisonville JH Staff
JH Extracurricular News
All JH athletes:
Summer workouts for both boys and girls will start June 1 . Before school ends the coaches will handout a flyer with all the details.
Art classes at the JH are really working hard! They made "All About Me" sculptures as a class, worked on textured plate projects with five kinds of line, and shaded value scales! They still have chalk pastel to end the year and our final Artist of the Week test! What a great year it has been in the art room. Mrs. Catherine Bennett wants to thank you for sharing your most valuable commodity with her!
All JH bands are making their final preparations for their
Spring Blast Performance. They will be recording this concert during school on Tuesday, May 18. Once they are able to edit all of the performances together we will send the video out through our Remind groups. Please make sure your student wears their Band shirt and blue jeans for their concert on May 18.
The band field trips are also coming up next week. 6th grade trip is on Thursday, May 20 and 7th & 8th grade trip is on Friday, May 2. Students will also need to wear their Band shirt and blue jeans for their trip.
MJH Treble Choir attended UILin mid March and received a "Superior" in concert portion and "Excellent" in sight reading portion. They also received straight "Superiors" in a festival contest. These are the highest rating in MJH concert history. Congratulations to the Treble Choir! Way to represent MJH. Mrs. Stubblefield is so proud of them.
6th grade choir trip is May 20
7th & 8th grade choir trip is May 21
Principles of Construction and Investigating Skills:
These classes are starting to beautify the school by cleaning up garden beds.
Next Tuesday, May 18th JH OAP will perform 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse for our May 18th performance.
8th grade parents only! For more information on the 8th grade dance at the Kimbro Center, a REMIND is available. The code is 33b6ea.
A big shout out to our PTO this year. You have done an amazing job. The teachers, staff , and students appreciate all your hard work. Let's stay Mustang Stong!
From the Counselor's Desk:
Here is the link for the web page "Help and Hope" that offers advice and resources to parents for daily challenges of raising adolescents.
Ways to cope with stress:
- Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media.
- Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
- Take care of your body.
- Take deep breaths or stretch.
- Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals.
- Exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep..
- Make time to unwind. Try to do some other activities you enjoy.
- Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are
Click the following link for additional resources... COVID
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