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Mrs. Hammond's 7th period takes out middle school bin down to the recycling station once a week.  Thank you to Mrs. Hammond and her students for helping our school out!

Teacher Webpages

posted Mar 1, 2017, 8:15 AM by tiffaney golden

The middle school staff has been working hard to get their webpages up and established.  Each teacher has their own page with information pertaining to their class.  There are also resources and links to help both parents and students.  Webpages are updated weekly with what is taking place in their classrooms.  Check them out!

Pie a Teacher

posted Jan 3, 2017, 12:02 PM by tiffaney golden

Thank you to all those that helped our middle school students with their Jog-a-thon donations.  Students who collected a set amount had the opportunity to pie a teacher before we left for teacher break.  Good times!
Mr. Auckland
 Mrs. Golden
 Mrs. Holter

End of Season Wrestling Tourney

posted Dec 12, 2016, 6:17 PM by tiffaney golden   [ updated Jan 3, 2017, 12:09 PM ]

Our wrestlers finished their season in third place as a team on Saturday December 10th in Woodland.  
Wrestlers who finished in the top four places.
Jayden Nelson          1st place
Asa Hamer               2nd place
Kylee Jacobs            3rd place
Isaiah Kennedy         4th place
Greg Beer                 2nd place
Parker LaBeau          4th place
Bentley Streiff           4th place
Austin McQuilliams   4th place
Chance Davis           2nd place
Bo Huckleberry         2nd place
Tristan Warden         4th place


posted Nov 21, 2016, 9:14 AM by tiffaney golden

Please save your boxtops and send them to school with your student.  Students can turn in boxtops to their advisory teacher.  PTO is collecting these, they are used to help fund our activities.


posted Nov 21, 2016, 8:57 AM by tiffaney golden

Thank you to all the students that participated in our first middle school Jog-a-Thon.  Students need to turn in their donation money Monday November 21 or Tuesday November 22.  Students may turn in their envelopes to the office.  PTO will pick them up.


posted Nov 5, 2016, 8:00 AM by Patty Gelbrich   [ updated Nov 5, 2016, 8:04 AM ]

As a parent, you are your child's first and most important teacher.  You and your child's teacher both having something in common!  You both want your child to learn and do well.  When parents and teachers talk to each other, each person can share important information about your child's talents and needs.  Each person can also learn something new about how to help your child.  Conference time is the perfect way to start talking to your child's teachers. First, be sure to log in to SKYWARD and sign up for your conference.  Call the school office if you need help scheduling your child's conference.  MOST IMPORTANTLY, HAVE FUN DURING THIS TIME WHERE YOUR CHILD IS THE FOCUS!

Here are some tips to help you prepare for your conference time.
  • Review your child's work, grades and progress reports.
  • Talk with your child about his or her progress in school.
  • Talk with your teacher about your child's strengths and needs.
  • Think about how you can help at home support your child's learning at school.
  • Make a list of questions you have so you don't forget.  Conferences go so fast - so having that list will help.
At your conference, you will talk about many of these topics.  Remember, it is a time to learn how your child is doing, how you can support that learning, and to share strengths and needs.
  • Progress:  How is your child doing?  What are his or her strengths?  Needs?  How could she or he improve?
  • Assessments and Class Work:  Ask about the different assessments given so far, and what others are given throughout the year?  How is your child doing?
  • Support Learning At Home:  Ask what you can do at home to help your child learn.  Your child learns more when schools and families work together.
  • Support Learning At School:  Remember to be positive with your child about school.  Children do better when school and home work together.
How should you follow up?
  • Make a plan.  Take notes during your conference of what you will do to support your child after the conference is complete.
  • Communicate.  Ask the best way to contact the teacher.  There are many ways to communicate - in person, phone, notes, email.  Find out what works best for both of you.  Check in any time you need information or have a question.
  • Talk to your child.  The conference is all about your child, so don't forget to share information with him or her.  Share what you learned.  Show him or her how you will help with learning at home.  Ask for his or her suggestions for his or her improvement in learning.

MS Conferences

posted Oct 21, 2016, 9:51 AM by tiffaney golden

Conferences will take place November 8, 9, 10.  Please sign up online through Skyward with your student's advisory teacher.  

Healthy Youth Survey

posted Sep 30, 2016, 9:51 AM by tiffaney golden

6th and 8th grade students will be participating in the annual Healthy Youth Survey on October 10th.  See attached flyer for more information.

Middle School Sports Pictures

posted Sep 27, 2016, 7:28 AM by tiffaney golden

Middle School  sports pictures will be taken on Friday September 30th.  Football will be first followed by volleyball and soccer.  Picture packets will be passed out this week.

Staff Websites

posted Sep 20, 2016, 2:25 PM by tiffaney golden   [ updated Sep 30, 2016, 9:36 AM ]

Twelve teachers have their websites built, more coming soon.  Check out their websites and watch them create their pages.

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