Rising 6th grade students are being asked to fully participate in the Cabarrus County Public Library’s summer reading program. Students at the elementary and middle schools have received information within the past few weeks.
All you have to do is go to the closest Public Library and register your child. Then enjoy all the rewards offered during the summer program. After completing the program, students must keep the reading packet to show to their English teacher. Students are also welcome to come to MPMS during summer hours or the Public Library.
During the first week of school, you child should bring in their Public Library summer reading log that has been signed by a Public Library employee or Ms. Stephenson (MPMS’s media specialist).
After reading three books (a combination of fiction and nonfiction), 7th graders should have completed THREE graphic organizers of their choice. Should you have any questions about this program, feel free to contact the 7th grade English teachers or our Media Specialist.
Monday, 20th 10:00am-12:00pm
Wednesday, 29th 12:00pm-2:00pm
Thursday, 7th 2:00pm-4:00pm
Monday, 25th 3:00pm-5:00pm
Wednesday, 24th 9:00am-12:00pm
**additional hours may be offered in August. Please check the school website for information.
Ms. Sirse, 7th ELA firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Price, 7th ELA email@example.com
6th grade Panther’s Team Gives Back!
Mrs. Haney’s 6th grade ELA classes read the book A Long Walk to Water. The book is about a young boy from Africa who is a refugee trying to survive while his country is at War. He comes to America, but wants to help his people back home get clean drinking water and begins building wells across Africa. Mrs. Haney’s class wanted to help give clean water to Africa as well and raised money to give to the organization Garrett’s Heart. Please watch the video to see the story unfold.
County Soil and Water Speech Contest Winner