FBMS Weekly Newsletter

June, 10 2022 #seethegood #almostdone

SCHOOL SPIRIT DAYS

Please join in on the fun participating in our upcoming Spirit Days!


Tuesday, 6/14 - FLAG DAY - Red, White & Blue Day - Show support for the great USA

Wednesday, 6/15 - Tie Dye Day - Wear your favorite tie-dye shirt

Friday, 6/17 - Favorite sports team or college throwback day

Tuesday, 6/21 - Marshfield Pride Day - Wear that green and white

Wednesday, 6/22 - Tropical Shirt Day- Vacation is almost here

JUNE AT A GLANCE

We are less than two weeks away from the end of the the school year. We can't believe it!


Our last day of school is Thursday, June 23rd and dismissal is at 11am. Lunch will not be served.


We understand this is an exciting time of year for students. We are encouraging our students to continue to focus on working just as hard as they did at the beginning of the year. You got this! We are also reminding students to be on their best behavior and to demonstrate kindness to all.


Students have many exciting events to look forward to the next two/three weeks. And, yearbook distribution will also take place toward the end of the year....We have formed many great memories since September!

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Grade 8 Class Night TONIGHT


Class Night 2022


Get ready for a great night of CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'


TONIGHT 7-10pm


The time to purchase tickets has expired.


A huge thank you to Mr. Baldwin for spearheading and running this event!


Stay tuned for highlights!


Have a GREAT TIME 8th Graders!

Do you have questions about 9th Grade?

If you are an 8th grader, stop by Ms. Murrill's Rm. 12 right after school on Wednesday, June 15. A panel of high school juniors will be there to answer all your questions and offer tips. Any 8th grader is welcome! Thank you, Ms. Murrill!

Interested in Theater Next Year?

Get involved!


Students who are interested getting involved in our FBMS theater program should plan to attend an informational meeting on Monday 6/14 after school in Mrs. Shanahans Rm 229. A late bus will be available.

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Grade 7 Field Day

Grade 7 will be enjoying its annual Field Day on Thursday, June 16th. A rain date make-up is Friday, June 17th.


Students will be grouped by homerooms, competing against each other in games such as Capture the Flag, Kickball, Soccer, Money Basket, Gaga, and of course Tug-O- War. Which homeroom will win?!


The day will include a pizza lunch (provided by the cafeteria) and ice cream from Nona's Ice Cream! Thank you, PTO!


Students should wear (and bring) sunscreen. This is a must! They should also bring a container that holds water (which we can refill), and they should wear their homeroom's class colors. This is always an incredible day for Grade 7! We can't wait!


Thank you, Mrs. Newcomb-Baker, for always spearheading this event!

8th Graders to visit MHS on 6/21

On Tuesday, June 21st, our 8th grade students will attend a tour of Marshfield High at 12:15pm.


The tours will take about 1 hour. This is a great opportunity for our grade 8 students and we are appreciative of the welcome from Principal Keuther and the high school Student Council members who lead the event!

Mrs. Bursaw is all smiles!

Mrs. Bursaw is always willing to help students! Looks like her 7th grade students are all smiles too!
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Grade 6 Strings Talent Show

The 6th Grade Strings class had a class Talent Show on Friday. We shared a variety of talents including cello, viola, singing, piano, live drawing, art, rap, dancing, and creative writing. Great effort by all and the show was amazing!
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Fun times outside during PE!

Students complete their PACER tests and engage in some basketball during physical education. Thank you, Mr. King, Mrs. Newcomb-Baker, and Mr. Sawyer for a fantastic year of physical activity and wellness!
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Grade 8 STEM and Computers

Students use the Engineering Design Process with their robots to complete the Orchard Challenge and in Computer Science collaborate to design and program school and community based apps.
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Events in the Library

Mrs. Deluca offers many events and programs in the library throughout the year. Below, one student works on editing a video of suggested books to read. Mrs. Deluca's programs expose students to reading and up to date programs in video, recordings, and overall technology. Thank you for everything you have offered to students this year, Mrs. Deluca!
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Vikings Guest Speaker

Thank you to Mrs. Dawn Massa Stancavish, CEO of Massa Products, who came in to visit her son's cluster to share innovative applications with sonar. Students learned about sonar how sound was used during WW2. Mrs. Stancavish's father, Mr. Don Massa, is pictured below. His dad was a founding father of modern sonar transducers. This was a great presentation and a GREAT experience for our students! Thank you for taking the time to come in and share your knowledge!
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That's funny!

Students in Grade 8 English practice satirical skits they have created for their unit on social commentary through satire and humor. A great learning activity and way to demonstrate knowledge! Thank you for your creativity in teaching, Ms. Murrill, Mrs. Kenney, and Mrs. Maillet!
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LIBRARY BOOKS- PLEASE RETURN

June is here and that means time to return your library books or see Mrs. DeLuca about replacing lost ones.


The library is actively collecting books. If you think you received an overdue notice in error, go to the library this week to do a shelf check.


Students should also bring in and return their Squint books from this past year's OBOS read to their English teachers. If the book is lost, your child will be issued a bill for a replacement. Thank you for your help and assistance as we wrap up our inventories!

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SUMMER OPPORTUNITY

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Parent stress?

If you are ever in a situation where you need someone to talk to in dealing with stressful parenting moments, please know there is a place to call to talk to someone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: The Parental Stress line can be reached at 800-632- 8188 (Available 24/7-translation services available) The Parent Stress Line is a toll-free, confidential helpline for parents who need to discuss issues related to their children. Trained volunteer counselors answer the Parental Stress Line and offer support, empathy, encouragement, information, referrals, and crisis intervention.

Contact Us

If you have any needs or questions, please feel free to reach out to us using the following email addresses. We are here to help you!


Grade 6:

Mr. Johnson - Guidance Counselor can be reached at ljohnson@mpsd.org

Dr. Smtih - Asst. Principal can be reached at jsmith@mpsd.org


Grade 7:

Mrs. Swan - Guidance Counselor can be reached at jswan@mpsd.org

Mrs. Lynch - Asst. Principal can be reached at llynch@mpsd.org


Grade 8:

Mrs. Damphousse - Guidance Counselor can be reached at ldamphousse@mpsd.org

Mr. Madden - Asst. Principal can be reached at smadden@mpsd.org


Principal:

Mrs. Kemmett can be reached at mkemmett@mpsd.org


Special Education Dept. Head :

Ms. Ryan can be reached at kryan@mpsd.org


Clinic Staff:

Mrs. Carroll - School Nurse can be reached at mcarroll@mpsd.org

Mrs. Mellen - School Nurse can be reached at kmellen@mpsd.org