December 17, 2015


Friday, December 18

  • Spirit Day - Wear Your PJ's



Monday, January 4

  • School Resumes

Tuesday, January 5

  • PTSA Meeting, Media Center @ 5:30 pm

Tuesday, January 12

  • High School Orientation for 8th Grade Students, MHS @ 6:30 pm

Monday, January 18

  • 1/2 Day Dismissal (MLK, Jr. Day) @ 11:45 am


  1. Congrats to our band students- A great performance last week!
  2. Wishing you and your family the most joyous of holiday seasons! We look forward to seeing the students again in 2016.


SRSLY is gearing up for its eighth annual New Year’s Eve party with a great line-up of games, prizes, and music– and is inviting Manchester families to come join the fun! The SRSLY New Year’s Eve Party will take place from 4pm to 8pm Thursday, Dec. 31 at Beach Middle School in Chelsea. The event is FREE and open to the public.

The SRSLY New Year’s Eve Party contradicts the conventional wisdom that this holiday can’t be celebrated without alcohol. With support from local businesses and service clubs, this free event features fun activities for kids and adults.

Coalition members are planning games and activities that will appeal to all ages, including team games and competitions (eating contests, relay races, card games, giant plinko and more), face painting, video games, cookie-decorating, music, dancing, swimming, basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, and a chili cook-off. Don’t forget your swim suits!

The first 10 entrants in the chili cook-off will receive a $10 gift card to Polly’s Country Market in Chelsea to purchase supplies. To sign up for the chili cook-off, contact Daniel Marthey at or call 734-593-6269.

SRSLY Manchester Community Organizer Lindsay Hannah is involved with the organization of the event and stated “Manchester community members have also always had a presence at this event either helping out or just having a good time.”

SRSLY is also seeking student and adult volunteers from SRSLY Manchester to donate 1-2 hours during the event. If you are interested in volunteering click HERE, or for more information about the event in general click HERE.


  1. Text alerts are available through Remind. TEXT @mms5678 to 81010
  2. Weekly classroom assignment charts are listed below, or you can also find them under the middle school's "Parents & Students" tab.
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Meet Kerry Wolf, Science Teacher

Hello. My name is Ms. Wolf. The 2015 - 16 school year is my twelfth at Manchester Middle School. A little about myself... I graduated from Midland High School and attended Colgate University where I studied biology. After college I moved to Washington and worked at Olympic National Park as a park ranger for five years. I earned my teaching license, Master of Science in Education, and reading specialist certification at Western Oregon University. After being away from Michigan for eleven years, I realized I was homesick and moved back. In 2004 I was extremely fortunate to be hired at Manchester Middle School, first as a fifth grade teacher and now as a seventh and eighth grade science teacher. I love it here! I feel both honored and thrilled to be a member of Manchester's education community.

As a Manchester teacher, I hope to meet the needs of the whole child by providing a positive educational experience in a safe and caring environment so students leave the classroom with an awareness of their potential, respect for others, and a desire to continue to learn.


  • 12/14 - Boys' Basketball v. Addison (A), 4:30 pm
  • 12/16 - Boys' Basketball v. Hanover-Horton (H), 4:30 pm
  • 12/17 - Competitive Cheer, Napoleon (A), 5:00 pm

Community Education Offerings

Computer Science-Storytelling with Scratch
Dates: Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18 and 25
Time: 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm
Location: Room 213, Manchester Middle School
Cost: Free introductory class
Target Audience: 4th - 8th Grade; Ages 9-14

Do you like to play computer games? Did you ever wonder how they were created? Come to our very first Computer Science Club offering and find out how you can create and share your own digital stories! Use the computer to design your own stories, share your animations and learn how technology is used in the film and media industry! This class will teach the basics of computer programming using Scratch. No experience needed! Click here for flyer and here for registration form.

MMS Student Handbook 2015-2016

Click here to review the handbook.

Manchester Middle School

District Vision:

Educational Excellence in a Caring Community

District Purpose:

Manchester students are provided the stepping stones for success.

School Mission:

To provide a secure, challenging learning environment which will empower all students to achieve their greatest potential. The MMS team joins the parents and community to assist students in developing skills necessary to become successful, responsible, contributing citizens.