9/17 News from the Principal

MSC Weekly Newsletter

September 17, 2021

News and Notes

Tik-Tok Challenges- There have been a number of items posted on the Tik-Tok app encouraging students to destroy school property while filming it or taking pictures. Please speak with your student about the risks and consequences involved in participating in these challenges. Students caught participating or posting/sharing posts will be subject to disciplinary action. This message has been shared during announcements this week as well.

Happy Birthday!: Happy birthday to the following students this week!

Sunday, September 19th: Oumou Mamadou

Monday, September 20th: Hassell Caplinger

Wednesday, September 22nd: Addison Reese

Friday, September 24th: Nia Fox

Saturday, September 25th: Jaliya Byrd

Interim Reports: Interim reports were made available on Friday, September 17th via ProgressBook. If you have questions/concerns, please communicate with your student's teachers for guidance. We are happy to help in any way. Stronger Together!

Mask Reminder: Students and staff are required to wear a mask while on the bus and inside the building. Masks must cover the mouth and nose throughout the day, except when eating in the cafeteria. Students who need constant reminders or refuse to wear masks correctly, will be sent to the office and parents will be asked to pick them up. It is imperative that all students follow these guidelines. Thanks in advance for your support.

Fun Fridays - Several teachers have incorporated board games and other game options in Focus classes to encourage more positive interaction between students as well as between teachers and students. Students typically must meet a few requirements in regards to work completion and grades, but the goal is for as many to participate as possible. We have purchased an abundance of games to support this effort and hope students enjoy it.

Twinning! Mrs. Priestas and her 6th grade student share the same taste in style :)

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