MGM 6th Grade House News
April 13, 2018
School website: mgms.lexington1.net
Learning Commons News
"Paws for Books Book Fair" - Spring Scholastic Book Fair
Our spring Scholastic Book Fair will be in the Learning Commons from April 9th to April 13th (the week after Spring Break). Stop by the Learning Commons from 7:35 to 4:00 to shop for some great books of all ages or shop our online fair at http://www.scholastic.com/bf/meadowglenmiddleschool1 from April 4-17th. Because our theme is pets, we will have a donations drive to help a local shelter and rehabilitation center. Here is what students can bring to the Learning Commons to help our furry friends in need:
- 30 gallon trash bags
- tall kitchen trash bags
- unopened canned dog and cat food (any brand)
- unopened dry dog and cat food (any brand)
- new cat or dog toys
- dog collars of any size
- AAA and AA batteries
- plastic grocery bags
- postage stamps
- Dawn dish washing doap
- dishwasher detergent
- liquid laundry detergent
- antibacterial soap
- facial tissues (lotion free)
- paper towels
- towels, sheets, blankets
- new feather dusters
- scrub brushes
- 75W reptile heat bulbs
- 100W Night Heat bulbs
- 48: UVB fluorescent bulbs
If you have any questions, or would like to volunteer to work at the Book Fair, please email Ms. Kohout-Tailor at email@example.com. Thanks!
Dear MGM Families,
The PTO has recently updated their email and we want to make sure you are receiving updates from us regarding events and volunteer opportunities. It is very likely we have lost some emails during the transition. Please check your junk or spam folders for emails from firstname.lastname@example.org and email us to be added or re-added to continue to receive updates.
Our upcoming events include:
April 17- Staff Appreciation
April 17-18 - Pelican's Snowballs during lunch
Volunteer sign ups will be sent out for Staff Appreciation.
MGMS PTO Board
Save the Date - Miss MGMS Gator Pageant
*Register today for Edventure’s free Be A Boss Summit. Your student will learn how making healthy decisions now will help them be successful later. https://sales.edventure.org/patroneducation.aspx?pid=4013
Interested in Summer Camps? Check out these fliers!
A Note From the Nurse
Attention all rising 7th Grade Parents
Your student is REQUIRED to have a T-dap vaccine to enter 7th grade in 2018-2019. If your student has already complied and received this required vaccine, please send in an updated immunization record.
Any rising 7th and 8th grade girls who are interested in trying out for volleyball for the 2018-2019 school year need to attend an interest meeting Thursday April 12th right after school until 4:15 in Ms. Fischer's room B208. If you are interested in trying out and cannot attend this meeting you need to email Ms. Fischer at email@example.com.
There will be spring practice in May for rising 8th graders ONLY. These dates to follow.
There will be summer conditioning for girls who will be in 7th and 8th grade for the 2018-2019 school year. These dates to follow along with try-out dates.
You need an updated physical (dated after April 5, 2018) in order to participate in spring and summer training. You can find the physical packet here: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/sportshub2-uploads-prod/files/sites/186/2017/04/18182221/RBHS-Physical-Packet-2017-18.pdf
If you have any questions about assessments below, please email your child's teacher!
Math: See Schoology
ELA: ELA Classes: Formative Assessment on identifying an argument, claims, and evidence from an article.
Social Studies: Rise and Fall and Feudalism Thinglink due 4/20/18
Science: See Schoology
Encore: See Schoology
Novice A: No assessment next week
6th Grade Passport: Conte de fées Presentational Speaking
6th Grade Immersion : Unit 4 Interpretative Reading
Chinese: (Zhang & Wang)
Novice A :Formative Assessments in Week April 16-20
Novice A: Begin Episode 3.3 on Monday