Mon.-5/23--Today’s Character Counts message is: “Give the world the best you have, and the best will come to you.”--Madeline Bridge
Attention all Fuel-Up-To-Play 60 participants: this week is the last week for open gyms. Thank you for participating all year long!
This is another reminder to please remember that no bikes may be brought into the building. They need to stay outside and should be locked up for safe-keeping. Also, be careful riding your bikes around the school, especially shortly before and after school. These are very busy times with so many buses and cars dropping off and picking up students. Please be extra careful!
Today was a TOKEN TURN IN DAY! We only have 2 more times to turn in your tokens. Don’t forget! Fill out a token redemption form and see Mrs. Bell in the guidance office on Tuesday morning next week -since we do not have school on Monday)
Congratulations to the winners of the Book Fair guessing game. There were 333 grains of rice in the box. Haley Burgos was the grand winner with a guess of 330. Haley, stop down to the library to collect your prize. The runners up and winners of a poster were 6th grader Caleb Overbeek, 7th grader - Noah Lubke and 8th grader Yosue Gonzalez. Good job to all that participated and thanks for supporting the book fair!
All library books are due on or before May 31st. There will be no more checkouts after that date. Please remember to check your school email for a notice of any overdue books and fines. All fines need to be paid before the end of the school year. Thanks! Attention all Fuel-Up-To-Play 60 participants: this week is the last week for open gyms. Thank you for participating all year long!
Tues.-5/24--Today’s Character Counts message is: “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”--Poet Ralph Waldo Emerson
All library books are due on or before May 31st. That is next Tuesday, only one week away! There will be no more checkouts after that date. Please remember to check your school email for a notice of any overdue books and fines. All fines need to be paid before the end of the school year. Eighth Graders, your book fines will follow you to the high school, so take care of them now. Don’t wait! Thanks!
Students of the Month for April (for Dr. Spickard to read)
The 6th grade teachers have chosen Grace Gauthier and Ryan Giasi as Students of the Month for April. Grace is awesome! She always has a smile on her face and can light up a room! Not only is Grace kind and caring, she is respectful of both her peers and the adults in our classrooms. She is a great friend and role model as well as a joy to be around. Ryan is a hard worker. He is wise beyond his years and is very helpful. He speaks kindly and shows compassion and respect to each person he interacts with. He is a true gentleman.
The 7th grade teachers would like to recognize Sami Martin and Ben Stafford as Students of the month. Sami is a leader among her peers. She is a hard worker who always tries her best. Sami goes out of her way to help others. She is a respectful and caring student. Ben is a shining star! He is caring, friendly, and helpful. Ben always has a smile on his face and makes others feel good. Ben is respectful and hard working.
The 8th-grade teachers have chosen Haley Loepke and Chase Kegley as our students of the month. Haley not only models to her peers what a respectful and responsible student looks like, but her empathy for her peers is impressive. Haley is extremely giving and accepting, and her caring attitude, help that she gives to her peers, and strong work ethic is what makes her stand out as a model citizen. Chase's outstanding respect for his peers and staff make him a model citizen as well. Chase is also extremely responsible and is always prepared to work hard in every class, and he is always willing to take on a leadership role to help fellow peers when help is needed. We are very proud of both Haley and Chase for modeling and living up to the six pillars of character.
Grace, Ryan, Sami, Ben, Haley and Chase should all report to the office at this time to get their certificates and get their picture taken. Thank you!
Today’s Character Counts message is: “The best teachers are those who show you where to look but don’t tell you what to see.”--Alexandra K. Trenfor
Don’t forget Lifesavers will be meeting in the cafeteria after school until 3:15 every Thursday until the end of the year. Refreshments and a discussion of how Middle School is going for you and what High School might be like is the agenda. If you have questions, please call Mr. Rodan at 439-5037 or see Ms. Bell or Ms. Scheffer in the Guidance Office!
Boys and Girls Track Members - Please remember to respectfully leave your 7th period class at 1:45pm today to get on the bus for the invitational. There will not be an announcement in the afternoon.
Thurs.-5/26--Today’s Character Counts message is: Stop worrying about what you have to lose and start focusing on what you have to gain. Remember Lifesavers is meeting after school tonight. Come to the cafeteria right after school for a great discussion on life as a high schooler--there will even be snacks! The Choir Concert will be tonight at 7:00 p.m. at the Milan High School Theater. Come support your friends and listen to the beautiful music. It’s time to clean out your locker, bedroom and back pack. All library books need to be returned to the library by Tuesday.
Today’s Character Counts message is: “Don’t just read the easy stuff. You may be entertained by it, but you will never grow from it.”--Jim Rohn
Remember all library books are due on or before this Tuesday, May 31st. Please return them to the library as soon as possible.
With many highs and lows between personal records and injuries, the MMS girls track team finished in 5th place at the Huron League Meet. Notable PR performances were Lily Miller (long jump, PR at 15 feet and 1 inch), 4 by 200 Relay team PR of Ninah Kayfesh, Makayla Miller, Rachel Empson, and Riley Sielaff, Haleigh Hoffman (800 meter PR), Seanna Schmidt (1600 meter PR), Ellie Sowards and Brook Spradlin (400 meter PRs), 4 x 800 Relay team PR of Haleigh Hoffman, Sophia Holmes, Katie Rowland, and Seanna Schmidt, Kate Padilla (70 meter), and Makayla Miller with a 200m PR. Personal acknowledgement and the Tough As Nails Award to Riley Sielaff and Skylar Heldt for earning points for our team at every meet regardless of their injuries. Congrats ladies on a great MMS track season!
Congratulations to the boys track team for earning SECOND PLACE with a team score of 117 at the Huron League Meet on Wednesday! The other teams they beat included Riverview, Jefferson, Airport, Flat Rock, and Grosse Ile.