Mission Statement: "Empowering Students Today to Embrace The Future!"†
2016 - 2017 Theme of the Year: †"Exploring, Serving and Creating"
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Parent Night at MMS....Mark Your Calendars
Thursday, October 27th, 4 to 6 PM
1. Food provided
2. Student Showcase of academic work
3. Report Card pick-up
4. Technology sessions about the devices students will be receiving in January 2017. Policies and forms and contracts will be discussed.
MMS spirit wear†available
We will be selling this t-shirt and sweatshirt for our PBIS program. Shirts are $6 and sweatshirts are $17. Add $2 for 2X sizes and $3 for 3X sizes. †Order forms are sent home with students or you can order in the main office.
Winter Coat/Blanket Drive
One of our student groups, The Game Changers, is sponsoring a "Winter Coat/Blanket" drive during the month of October. We are looking for new and gently used donations. You can send them with any middle schooler or drop off your donation at school. Thanks for your support!!
Updated MMS Cafeteria Policy
Beginning November 1st, MMS students will not be allowed to charge more than $15 in the school cafeteria. Once a student exceeds charges of $15, he or she will be offered a cheese or sunbutter sandwich with fruit and a milk. This is not a punitive measure but we must be more accountable. When balances are not paid, it leaves the school with a large debt and this money must come from the school and that is money that could be used for school supplies, materials and even staff. This gives us the rest of October to get balances taken care of. You can make payments online and check your child's balance. You may also fill out an application form for free/reduced lunch if you would like. If you have questions please call Mr. Honeycutt at the school. Thanks for your help as we work together to improve this.
Family Bingo Night at MMS....all the community is invited!
Thursday, November 10th, 5 to 7 PM
In the school cafeteria - for students, parents and the entire community, please plan on joining us.††
We will also be selling hot dogs, chips, drinks and cookies. †This is sponsored by the MMS Patriots Action Council.
Computer lab open before school each morning....
We are excited to share that the computer lab will be open each morning from 7:05 to 7:30. †The building opens at 7:30 for students. †Students can pay $1 to come use the lab for research, games, etc... This is a fundraiser for our FBLA club. †Open to all grades. †Thanks to CTE teacher Carolyn Easterly for making this possible.
Christmas Bazaar and Sale....Santa will be visiting for the children
Saturday, December 3rd, 8 AM to 1 PM.
This will be a crafts fair and yard sale. Rent a booth space in the gym for $10. Contact Nicholas Honeycutt (firstname.lastname@example.org, 778-5149) or Jennifer Greene (email@example.com) to reserve your spot. †This event is sponsored by the Patriot Action Council.
Text Messaging Available with School Alerts and Information
Using our School Messenger System primarily for recorded calls, parents†can now sign up to receive Text Messages regarding school closings, delays, safety alerts, and event reminders. †To participate and receive text alerts text Y, YES or OPTIN to 68453.
MMS Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to math teacher Mary Alice Goforth. †Mrs. Goforth†is the "Teacher of the Year" for Madison Middle School for 2016-2017. †Mrs. Goforth is very dedicated and works very hard for our school. †She serves as our school photographer and liaison†with the local newspaper. †We are very proud of Mrs. Goforth and excited for her to represent our school!
MMS Teacher "Favorites"
Whether it be Teacher Appreciation Week or another time, many of you in our school family and school community would like to say "Thank You" to your child's teacher or teachers with a small token of appreciation. We are very grateful for that! †Click here to access a spreadsheet of MMS Teacher Favorites.††Topics include favorite snack, hobby, restaurant, color, drink, etc...
Career Cruising For Kids
Do you have a middle school career plan? †Many people think that it is strange to talk about work and careers at the middle school level. †Visit this website to learn more about it, hear from experts and get started on future hopes and dreams. †Click here for the link.