Massabesic Middle School
February/March Family Newsletter
February 18, 2022
Dear MMS Families,
We are hours away from February Vacation and on behalf of all of us at MMS, I hope that you and your family have a fun and restful week next week. Our hallways are filled with some happy and excited kids today! We have a few upcoming dates to keep in mind:
- 2/28: Winter II Volleyball, Wrestling, and Swim practices begin
- 3/1: Unified Basketball practice begins
- 3/2: Early release Day
- 3/11: End of Trimester Two (Vacation is a great time to work on boosting grades!)
- 3/11-13: Junie B. Jones: The Musical, Jr. performances
- 3/18: Trimester 2 Progress Reports posted
As always, reach out if you have any questions. We all thank you for your support of our school and hope that you all have a great vacation week.
Introducing Junie B. Jones: The Musical Jr.
Some of our 6th grade Team Sabattus' Ancient Egypt projects...
Congratulations to our January Students of the Month!
School Counselors' Note
Small groups are underway at each grade level and have covered topics including friendships and social media, coping skills, social skills and peer relations. Groups meet during morning homeroom, RTL, and during the lunch block.
If your child is interested in meeting with their school counselor one on one or in a small group, please have them reach out to their grade level counselor. For more information about the role of the middle school counselor, please visit our MMS counselors' website at: https://mmsguidance.weebly.com/
Visit the MMS Website for upcoming dates, our Family Handbook, and other information.
RSU 57 Nurse Links
Remember as always to keep your child home if they are sick. Please call the Main Office (247-6121) to report the absence. Remember to do a daily pre-screening prior to attending school. Visit RSU57 Pooled Testing for more information and to complete the online consent form if interested in pooled testing. See the linked information letter and electronic consent form here for permission to do BinaxNow Rapid testing if symptomatic at school.