Everitt Family Newsletter
~ For Everitt Families: May 20, 2022
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Happy last Friday of the 2021-2022 school year, Everitt families!
Today we had an opportunity with our Everitt administrative and mental health team to celebrate the school year. We cried together as we talked about the resilience and growth of our students and staff. We celebrated the privilege that it was to be together in person this year. We celebrated lessons that we learned from the mistakes we made, things we tried that didn't quite work, and things we tried that worked well. We celebrated being in our beautifully remodeled building and our gratitude for it. And we celebrated our partnership with all of you. I would encourage you to talk with your children about their celebrations from this year. How did they grow this year as a student, a friend, and a person? What are they most proud of from the year? What are their hopes for next year?
8th grade parents, next week is such a wonderful week for our 8th graders! On Monday, we will continue learning as usual and wrap up the year. On Monday evening, many of our 8th graders will participate in the Great Debate. On Tuesday during the school day, our 8th graders will practice for continuation, show off their roller-skating skills at Skate City, clean out their lockers, and receive their yearbooks. We have some yearbooks left so please contact the office if you'd like to purchase one for your child for $25. Students should bring a packed lunch to school for the field trip. On Tuesday evening, 8th grade continuation begins at 6:30. 8th graders need to be here at 6:15 to get seated in the right seats. Remember to bring lawn chairs and/or blankets for the hill. In case of inclement weather, we will hold continuation in the gym. We will let you know if we are moving inside on Tuesday morning. After continuation, please stay for cake and lemonade to celebrate our 8th graders. School is optional for 8th graders on Wednesday.
6th and 7th grade parents, our 6th and 7th graders will have a fun week, too! We will continue learning as usual on Monday and Tuesday. 6th and 7th graders will clean out their lockers on Tuesday as well. On Tuesday evening, our 6th graders will celebrate their work in science this year from 4:30-6:00. On Wednesday, 6th and 7th graders only need to bring something to write with to school. We will sign yearbooks, have a kickball tournament, celebrate our accomplishments and growth in awards ceremonies, and enjoy a hotdog lunch together. All students are dismissed on Wednesday at 12:00. Buses will be running at 12:00.
Thank you for a wonderful year at Everitt. 8th grade families, it has been our privilege to partner with you! It has been an incredible blessing to work with your children. 6th and 7th grade families, we look forward to seeing you all in August. And incoming 6th grade families, we can't wait to get to know you! We will send out another newsletter in July with information about the 2022-2023 school year. Enjoy your summers with your families!
Amanda Pouliot, Principal
Everitt Middle School
Connection and up-to-date information available here for all Everitt Families and Staff.
Important Updates Here!-- Please Save these Dates!
Monday, May 23 - Great Debate 5:30 pm
Tuesday, May 24th - 8th Grade Rehearsal & Roller-Skating Trip
Tuesday, May 24th - 6th Grade Science Night 4:30-6:00 pm
Tuesday, May 24th - 8th Grade Continuation @ Everitt 6:30 pm
Wednesday, May 25th - 7th Grade Awards 9:00-9:45 am
Wednesday, May 25th - 6th Grade Awards 9:45-10:30 am
Wednesday, May 25th - Last Day of School for Students & BBQ Noon Dismissal
2021-2022 Bell Schedule
THINGS HAPPENING AT EVERITT
6TH GRADE ASSEMBLY
JOIN US THIS SUMMER FOR CAMP EVERITT!
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Camp Everitt needs your help! Many of the materials we will be using this summer are recyclables. Please bring in the following for the end-of-year Camp Everitt Recycling Drive! We will have 5 bins for sorting donations.
- Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tubes
- 2L Soda Bottles
- Cans, Bottles, Straws, Bottle Caps
The Hub at Everitt
SUMMER RESOURCES 2022
STUDENT SCHEDULES 2022-23
Families and students,
On May 11th, during CREW, our current 6th and 7th-grade students received a printed copy of their class schedule for next school year. Please review this schedule with your student at your earliest convenience. If you notice any errors, such as a missing science class, please reach out to your student's school counselor ASAP. If your student would like to request a change to an elective class, they will need to complete an Elective Change Request form located on the Counseling page of the Everitt website before May 25th.
Link to form: https://forms.gle/FbaogHoQsvcmB9Vf9
The next PTA meeting will be held next school year (2022-2023) on Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30pm in the Everitt library and online via Zoom.
Please make sure to stay connected with us over the summer through our Everitt Community Facebook Group to keep up to date on news, events and be part of the community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/everittpta.
We will be looking for volunteers to connect with our incoming 6th grade families at Camp Everitt, then getting ready for our float in the Carnation Festival Parade and finally welcoming our community back in August at Back to School Night with smiles and ice cream!
Dan Weinstein, PTA President
EVERITT SPIRIT WEAR
Clubs and Activities
Students are always welcome to join a club already in session! There is a description of each club and more information about joining on the Everitt website.
Here are the clubs and their meeting days:
Dungeons and Dragons - Mondays 2:30-3:30
Junior Optimists Club - Mondays 2:30-3:30
After School Help for 8th Graders (run by all 8th grade core teachers) - Mondays 2:25-3:15
Fitness Club Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:40-3:30
Chess Club Wednesdays 2:30-3:30
Jazz Band - Wednesdays 2:30-3:15
Anime Club - Most Wednesdays 2:30-3:30
Theatre Guild - Thursdays 2:40-4:00
International Arts and Crafts Club - Thursdays 2:30-3:30
6th Grade Game Club - Thursdays 2:30-3:30 (except for the 2nd Thursday of each month)
Green Team (Climate Change Club) - Thursdays 2:30-3:30
School of Rock - Thursdays 2:30-3:30
GSA - Mondays 2:30-3:30
Ethan A. - Ethan works extremely hard in class and accomplishes anything that he puts his mind to. He is a leader among his peers and leads with a positive example for everyone else in the class. Ethan always helps staff members and other students as well. His attitude is excellent to have in class and at school every day!
Christian S. - Christian is very inclusive of everyone in our class. Christian goes out of his way to make sure that everyone is included and participating. He asks to be put on teams with different people to challenge himself and others. He likes to see others succeed, not just himself.
Atticus B. - I truly appreciate Atticus Barron for his participation in Spanish 1 and 2 over the past two years. He has bee a remarkable student and role model for his peers in addition, to being a wonderful assistant for me. I am proud of Atticus for his work ethic and dedication to his education, which will bring him great success in the future! Thank you Atticus for being such a wonderful gentleman and outstanding student! I wish you all the best in high school and a lifetime of happiness!
Amin V. - Amin is a dedicated, self disciplined student who is an excellent role model for his peers! High attention to detail and doing his very best on his assignments is admirable! I appreciate you Amin and wish you the best in high school!
Charley S. - Charley is an amazing student and a wonderful role model! Charley always strives to do the best work! I am proud of you and have enjoyed your participation in class! Have a wonderful summer!
Damien R. - Damien cleaned up someone else's mess at breakfast. Thank you!
Enock R. - Enock has worked hard to learn math skills and demonstrated that he believes he can grow in his understanding. Enock continuously demonstrates a positive attitude every day in his Learning Strategies class, even when he is struggling to learn difficult concepts. He met his multiplication challenge goal! Great job, Enock.
Ayla M. - Ayla has shown tremendous growth and demonstrated a willingness to learn difficult concepts. She never gives up and understands that struggle is part of what helps us learn. As a result, Ayla's skills in Reading and Math have grown by leaps this year. Most of all, she always tries, even when it is hard. Way to go, Ayla!
Max L. - Max has made impressive growth in his reading skills this year. He also comes up with great insights and shares them in his Learning Strategies class, although he sometimes hides that light. Good work, Max!
Tristen S. - Tristen often shares unique insights with his peers. He makes leaps in understanding material and shares that understanding with all, often stimulating interesting discussions. In addition, Tristen has demonstrated a willingness to admit his academic needs in Learning Strategies class and a willingness to work on growth, even when it seems hard. Great job, Tristen!
Mika L. - Mika has been a leader in her Learning Strategies class, often adding her insights to our discussions. Although she struggled at first on our multiplication challenge, she persevered and always believed in her ability to succeed. She did just that, showing her understanding that she can make goals when she keeps trying. Nice job, Mika!
Marcos R. - Marcos is a bit shy, but has really been a bright star in his growth. He has demonstrated a belief in his ability to succeed, by keeping a positive attitude and continuing to try. He totally crushed the multiplication challenge in his Learning Strategies class! Way to go, Marcos!
David S. - David shows a willingness to work on math and reading skills that has really paid off. Even when struggling, he doesn't give up and his growth shows the results of that resilience. He took on our multiplication challenge and met it! Great job, David!
Anthony F. - AJ struggled to stay engaged at the beginning of the year in Learning Strategies class. But he kept trying and showed that he can be part of the discussion. He starts each class with enthusiasm and focus. Nice job, AJ!
Reina R. - Reina's growth mindset really shines in Learning Strategies. She never says, "I can't;" she always say, "I can't yet. I need to work to understand". The growth mindset has helped her achieve. Nice job, Reina!
Jordan S. - Jordan works quietly but steadily to improve her skills in Learning Strategies. She crushed our multiplication challenge! This slow but steady growth demonstrates real achievement that will last. Great job, Jordan!
Marcus J. - Marcus goes out of his way to help other students with math questions. He does a great job teaching without giving answers so that his peers learn skills that are difficult for them. Nice job, Marcus!
Everitt Middle School
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