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Daily Announcements: February 12, 2016

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Tues.-2/9--Today’s Character Counts message is: Nature has given us two ears and two eyes but only one tongue, so we should hear and see more than we speak.--Greek proverb

For those of you that were given an Umbrellas of Courage paper, please turn them into the following people by the end of the day: 6th grade turn in to Ms. Carleton; 7th grade turn in to Liz Frait and 8th grade turn in to Mrs. Smaby. They are due today, no exceptions. If you do not wish to participate, simply do not turn in a paper.

Valentine’s Day Candy Grams will be on sale today during all lunches! Candy Grams cost one dollar, and they include two lollipops, a personalized message to your special someone or friend as well as delivery on Thursday during enrichment by a Stu Co member. Stop by the Candy Gram table during lunch, and help show your friends how much you appreciate them with a Valentine’s Day treat!

Congratulations to our girls basketball teams!! Both teams had awesome wins yesterday against Monroe Jefferson. 7th grade beat Jefferson 12 to 6 and the 8th grade team won 21 to 14. Good luck at your game on Wednesday at Flat Rock!

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Wed.-2/10--Today’s Character Counts message is: True happiness lies in giving to others.--Native American proverb

Valentine’s Day Candy Grams will be on sale for the last time today during all lunches! Candy Grams cost one dollar, and they include two lollipops, a personalized message to your special someone or friend as well as delivery on Thursday during enrichment by a StuCo member. Stop by the Candy Gram table during lunch, and help show your friends how much you appreciate them with a Valentine’s Day treat!

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Thurs.-2/11--Today’s Character Counts message is: By being grateful, a person makes oneself deserving of yet another kindness.--Nigerian proverb

For Dr. Spickard to read: (Students of the Month) Thank you to all students who continuously display the six pillars of character. MMS teachers have chosen the students of the month for January.

The 6th grade staff have chosen Delaney Higgins and Tyler Saunders as students of the month. Delaney can be counted on to do the right thing and to speak up on behalf of others. She is very responsible and trustworthy. Tyler is a very hard worker. He is respectful of staff and students alike. He cares about his classmates and goes out of his way to help those around him.

The 7th grade staff have chosen Justice Cuddie and James Stines as students of the month for their grade. Justice is positive and caring to students and staff. She works hard to make others feel appreciated and valued about. Justice is kind and helpful to everyone. JJ always works hard and is a thoughtful and considerate student. He is helpful to both students and staff. JJ is respectful and kind to others.

The 8th-grade teachers have selected Steven Lossing and Hailey Waryas as students who have consistently displayed what it means to be a student of character. The 8th-grade staff has chosen Hailey because she is a prime example of what it means to be a person of character. Hailey not only accepts people for who they are and does not pre-judge, but she also demonstrates outstanding citizenship by not being swayed by how others may think. Hailey’s willingness to help any peer simply because she wants to be a good person and friend does not go unnoticed by the staff. In addition, Hailey is extremely responsible with her school work, always striving to go above and beyond to do her best, and she is someone that shows respect to both staff and peers and can be trusted to always make decisions that help her peers. Steven is a prime example of a caring, respectful and trustworthy 8th grader. Steven stands out as someone who accepts people for who they are and does not judge his peers based on other's perceptions. He is not only willing to try his hardest as a responsible and respectful students in terms of his school work, but equally important is how he models how to treat people based on what is on the inside.

The Valentine’s Day Candy Gram sale is over and candy grams will be given our today during enrichment. We have plenty of leftover suckers, and they will be sold 3 for $1.00 during all lunches today. Buy some for yourself or your friends!

Eighth graders and parents are reminded to be at the high school on Thursday evening February 25th by 6:00pm to hear about next year’s opportunities. Please be aware that this date has been changed from a previous date to February 25; please visit the MHS website for more information and Go Big Reds!

7th and 8th grade girls interested in being on the track team: mark your calendars for Tuesday February 16th! Every Tuesday after school until 4 pm will be a pre-season workout to get ready for the season. Also - Coach Kaiser will be at lunch on March 2nd with more information on the track season!

The 7th and 8th grade girls basketball teams both suffered losses yesterday, unfortunately. Come and support them next Thursday at home as they take on Airport!