Middle School Success

Preferences Survey

I am interested in finding out how you like to interact with people.  Please click Read More to open this post and then click Preferences to take the survey.  Thanks for your help!

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Mindset Checkup

Mrs. Newsome, the teachers, and I are all very curious about what you, our students, believe about learning.  Please take a few minutes to let us know!  Click “read more,” then click on Mindset Checkup.  Thanks for your help!  I will share the results of this survey with you soon.

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Improving Our Organizational Skills

Our power hour group, Organizational Skills Boot Camp, begins this week.  So many students are interested in working on their organization skills that there will be three different small groups meeting Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  Students, watch for your name on the board in the cafeteria to know which day you should attend!  All group…

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Student Needs Assessments 2016-17

Students, click “read more” to be able to click the appropriate link. Student Needs Assessment Links: Eighth Grade Girl click here Eighth Grade Boy click here Seventh Grade Girl click here Seventh Grade Boy click here Sixth Grade Girl click here Sixth Grade Boy click here

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Respect

Students, parents, teachers, and staff agree: Everyone should feel safe and respected at school! Everyone must work together to promote a safe and respectful atmosphere at our school. Students are encouraged to strive to be their best, both in behavior and academics.

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Success Tip: Set a Goal for Yourself

What would you like to accomplish this year? All A’s and B’s? Joining the basketball team? What will you have to do to reach your goal? List all the things you need to do, in the order you need to do them, to reach your goal. Decide what your first step should be and make…

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Success Tip: Get involved in an activity

There are lots of things you can do in middle school. Think about joining RAZE or Beta club. We also offer National Junior Honor Society, Bible club, band, archery, SADD club, sports, and cheerleading. Some of our students participate in HATS (Heart of Appalachia Talent Search) through the TRIO programs at Marshall University.

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