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Back to School Bash

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.

Spirit Week
NC Arts In Education Week
 arts in Education Week

Our state superintendent of education is supporting September 11-17 NC Arts in Education Week. Thank you June Atkinson for recognizing Arts in Education Week and the abiding value of ensuring that every child in North Carolina has a complete education that includes arts training, arts integration, and arts exposure.

The arts are an essential part of a complete education, no matter if it happens in the home, school, or community. Students of all ages – from kindergarten to college to creative aging programs – benefit from artistic learning, innovative thinking, and creativity. Celebrating National Arts in Education Week is a way to recognize this impact and share the message with friends, family, and communities.

New School
Click Here to
See pictures on the construction of the new school.

 benefit  Support the Schladensky Family!
Zone card MPMS PTO FUNDRAISER
 
Students brought home on Friday, September 2, five School Zone Fundraiser packs. The School Zone Pack is a program that will save everyone money! Each School Zone Pack contains both a Discount Card and a Coupon Sheet that is a collection of the most popular merchants in our local area.The customer receives two items when they purchase the package from the student. The first item is the COUPON SHEET; the second item is the DISCOUNT CARD. The person then may use the Discount Card over and over again, and then use the coupons to save even more money. Each student is responsible for returning the items not sold. Cost of School Zone package is $20.00. Students collect cash/check at time order is placed. Turn in dates are September 9, September 16, and September 23. Click here to see a list of prizes that students can win!
NC Arts In Education Week
 arts in Education Week

Our state superintendent of education is supporting September 11-17 NC Arts in Education Week. Thank you June Atkinson for recognizing Arts in Education Week and the abiding value of ensuring that every child in North Carolina has a complete education that includes arts training, arts integration, and arts exposure.

The arts are an essential part of a complete education, no matter if it happens in the home, school, or community. Students of all ages – from kindergarten to college to creative aging programs – benefit from artistic learning, innovative thinking, and creativity. Celebrating National Arts in Education Week is a way to recognize this impact and share the message with friends, family, and communities.

band Are You Interested in Being in the MPMS Band?
Read this letter from our new band director, Keith Grush
 
To all incoming 6th grade students,
 
Welcome to MPMS! You will be a very special class to me, as I am also new to MPMS. My name is Keith Grush and I am the new band director here after teaching band for fifteen years in other parts of NC. I am extremely excited to be here and am looking forward to working with many of you. On that topic, it is definitely not too late to sign up to be part of the Mt. Pleasant Band. The Band here has a rich tradition of success and I plan on embracing the tradition of excellence while combining that with my experiences in helping students discover their love for music while achieving great results.
 
If you are at all interested in being in the band, 6th grade is by far the best time to check it out. I would love the opportunity to talk with you and your parents to see if there is an instrument that you would like to play and to look at the possibility of taking band this year. While many people love it and continue through middle school and high school, you are not committing to anything longer than this year. Here are some opportunities for you to investigate joining the band:
  • Come to the Band Room on the day of Open House (Wednesday, August 24th) between 4-6:30pm
  • Email me at keith.grush@cabarrus.k12.nc.us to set up a time or start the conversation
  • Call the school at 704-436-9302 and ask for Keith Grush

Again, welcome to MPMS and I look forward to working with many of you!

Camera Tuesday, October 4, is Picture Day!!!
 
We will be taking individual pictures of students for the yearbook on Tuesday, October 4. Students were given order forms offering a choice of packages to purchase. All students should have their picture made whether they are going to purchase or not. Please note -you can pay online at www.strawbridge.net or send an order form with money to school with your student.



Book fair
MPMS Book Fair
 
Last Day is Tuesday, October 4
Open during Curriculum Night in the Front Lobby
 
Upcoming Events!
 
School Choice Program for High Schools
 
Eighth grade students attended an assembly on Thursday, October 13,  in which they were introduced to the School Choice options they have for high school.  Please talk with your child about what they learned. They also received a handout (Click Here for a Copy) as well.  There is more information and videos about our Choices on the School Choice Website. We invite you to attend the School Choice Fair at JMRHS on October 18th from 5:30-7:30 pm and to learn more about your child's options and talk with our program leaders.  
Introduction to IEPs and Section 504
 
A free workshop for Parents and Families of children with disabilities and special needs and their educators.
EC Workshop Thursday, October 13
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
McGill Baptist Church
5300 Poplar Tent Road
Concord, NC 28027
Co-sponsored with Cabarrus County Schools
Upcoming Events!
 
 
School Choice Program for High Schools
 
Eighth grade students attended an assembly on Thursday, October 13,  in which they were introduced to the School Choice options they have for high school.  Please talk with your child about what they learned. They also received a handout (Click Here for a Copy) as well.  There is more information and videos about our Choices on the School Choice Website. We invite you to attend the School Choice Fair at JMRHS on October 18th from 5:30-7:30 pm and to learn more about your child's options and talk with our program leaders.  
 
 
Open House Curriculum Night was held on
Tuesday, October 4
6:30 - 8:00 pm
 
Schedule of Events
6:00 - 6:30 pm: AIG Meeting in the Auditorium
6:30 - 6:50 pm:  PTSO/Parent Meeting in the Gym
6:50 - 8:00 pm: Grade Level Team Visits
Scholastic Book Fair was open in the Front Lobby
Hope everyone had a great time!
 
socks  October is Soc-tober Month!
 
It's October and that means it's time for SOC-TOBER!!! Remember, Soctober is about bringing in new pairs of socks to be donated to the needy. Student Council will be collecting socks Monday, Oct 24th thru Thursday, the 27th. This is a grade level competition, so the 6th, 7th and 8th grade homerooms who collect the most pairs of new socks by Thursday, the 27th will receive a pizza party!!! Go Soc-tober!!!
 

Boo Grams BOO GRAMS FOR SALE!!!

Purchase a BOO GRAM for your Friends, a Tiger Teacher, or Staff Member. Boo Grams will be sold during lunch, Thursday, October 20th thru Monday, October 31st with delivery during Homeroom the next day. Cost is $.50 per BOO GRAM (Blow Pop). Boo your friends and teachers before they Boo you!!!

Red Ribbon Week Red Ribbon Week: October 24th -27th
 
Monday: Drugs give me the Blues/Spirit Day -- Wear as much blue as possible
Tuesday: Sock it to Drugs -- Wear wild and crazy socks
Wednesday: Red Day -- Wear as much red as possible to show you are drug free. The homeroom with the most red will get a Drug Awareness Pencil
Thursday (Early Dismissal Day): Put a cap on Drugs -- Wear a cap to school. We will also have a Slam Dunk contest during gym on that day for students to participate in.
Picture Make Up Day
 camera Monday, November 7, is the make-up day for pictures. Students can pick up forms in the front office today, Friday, November 4. We will do an all call when we need students to come to the auditorium. 
First Nine Weeks Honor Roll Luncheon
 

Tiger Paw Congratulations to the students who made the A/AB Honor Roll for the first nine weeks. To celebrate this honor we would like for you to have lunch with your child Thursday, November 10th during their lunch time. You can bring lunch such as fast food, food from a restaurant, pack your lunch or just enjoy the time sitting with your child and their friends

Please check in with the front office, and meet your child outside the cafeteria. The library will be set up for lunch or you may eat outside in the quad area. Please remember that food brought in from outside may not be taken into the cafeteria. 

Thank you for your support, and enjoy this time with your student. It is an honor to be able to celebrate with MPMS students and the recognition of Work for Success that our PAWS represent.

 
MPHS Winterguard Auditions
 
MP Winterguard auditions for current 8th – 12th grade students will be held November 15, 16, and 17 from 5:30-8pm at the MPHS cafeteria.  Any questions, please email guelmyurena@gmail.com
 
Winterguard    Winterguard2
MPMS Thanksgiving Service Project
 
Turkey Mt. Pleasant Tigers are participating in our 9th annual Thanksgiving Service Project. The students and staff at MPMS are putting together turkey dinners for families in our community that are in need. The dinners consist of a frozen turkey, trimmings, vegetables, drinks and dessert. If you are able to donate a few items for others in need, please choose items listed: stuffing boxes, canned corn, gravy packets, non-perishable dessert (cake mix and icing), instant mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, cranberry sauce, several packs of tea, green beans, and candied yams.

If you are donating items, please have your child give the items to their homeroom teacher or you may drop off items at the school office. We will be filling 30 boxes of food. All items need to be turned in by Nov. 16th

If your family is in need of assistance,please click here to download the form. Forms should be turned in to the homeroom teacher or to the office.

Thank you and have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!

Hunter Safety Course To Be Offered at MPMS

There is going to be a Hunter Safety Education Sign up here at MPMS through November 16th  Students need to have parent permission to sign up for the course and the dates will be announced later.  They are to sign up during their lunch time with Ms. Hoyle.  We need student name, contact person and best number to reach the contact person.  Any questions, please call Ms. Hoyle at 704-436-9302 ext. 3142.

You are invited….

The following churches will be having Thanksgiving meals that are open to all in our community (please note if there is a deadline to let them know you will be joining them). 

Box of Dinner Supplies

St. James Catholic Knights of Columbus – for details about a box of dinner supplies please contact Bonnie at St. James Catholic at 704-720-0600.

Tuesday (November 22, 2016)

Covenant Presbyterian Church (5835 Charlie Walker Road, Kannapolis) will be serving lunch from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. All are welcome.

Wednesday (November 23, 2016)

Refuge of Hope Soup Kitchen @ Operation Homeless (511 Old Centergrove Road, Kannapolis) will be serving from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Thursday - Thanksgiving Day (November 24, 2016)

First Missionary Baptist (Multi-Purpose Building – 192 Tournament Drive, Concord) and Grace Lutheran Church have a joint meal together that is open to the public. Dinner will be served from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  Please note service at Grace Lutheran listed below at 10:00 a.m.

Forest Hill United Methodist Church/Opportunity House, (Multi-Purpose Building at Forest Hill UMC, 265 Union Street, NW, Concord) – Meal, Music and Message Service at 6:30 p.m.

Memorial Baptist Church, (1785 Dale Earnhardt Boulevard, Kannapolis) is hosting lunch – Pick up or Eat in 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – no reservations needed. Delivery available 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon, call ahead for delivery 704-932-4206.

Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, (1260 N. College Street, Mt. Pleasant) – lunch from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – free to the community.

Rocky River Church (887 Pitts School Road, SW, Concord) is hosting lunch from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Contact information: 704-795-7625 or donnie@rockyriverchurch.com.

Community Thanksgiving Services

Covenant Presbyterian Church (5835 Charlie Walker Road, Kannapolis) Wednesday, November 23rd at 6:00 p.m.

Grace Lutheran Church (58 Chestnut Drive, Concord) Thursday, November 24th at 10:00 a.m.

Narrow Gate at Forest Hill United Methodist Church (Multi-Purpose Room - 265 Union Street, North, Concord) Thursday, November 24th following Thanksgiving dinner which begins at 6:30 p.m. – see information above.

Spirit Week Dec
Softball team
 Softball Team Wins Tournament Championship!

A big congratulations goes out to the softball team for bringing a conference tournament championship back to MPMS by beating Kannapolis 3-1! Coach Miller would like to say that she is so proud of each and every player and it is well deserved from all of the hard work you put into every practice and game. The team had a fantastic season and finished with a 9-4 record overall. 

 
Jake and Lainey Beta Club Inducts 40 New Members
 
On Thursday, October 6, the Mount Pleasant Middle School Beta Club inducted 40 new members. The Induction Ceremony honored the seventh and eighth grade students who had been invited to join the National Junior Beta Club. They received this honor by meeting the requirements of high academic excellence, good character and creditable service. To maintain membership in the National Junior Beta Club, students must have a 95 or higher cumulative average, be on gold level and participate in service projects thoughout the academic year. Sponsors for the club are Mrs. Little, Mrs. Stoker, and Mrs. Holshouser. Click Here to visit our facebook page to see pictures!
8th Grade Exam Schedule
 
   Thursday, January 19  Friday, January 20
 9:15-10:45  Math Exam Science Exam
 10:50-12:10  Remediation/Extended time for test/Break/Lunch with Homeroom  Remediation/Extended time for test/Break/Lunch with Homeroom
 12:15-1:50   Social Studies Exam  ELA Exam
 1:55-3:27  Encore (Regular 5th & 6th Periods)  Encore (Regular 5th & 6th Periods)
 3:30-4:00  Venture  Venture
 
Vote for MPMS Tiger Logo
 
We would like to thank all students, community members, and staff who completed the survey for the first round of logos. We are now into the second round. Please take a moment to vote for your favorite. We are looking for the BEST logo for the new Mt. Pleasant Middle School.This logo will be used on everything from school signs to letterhead. Your input is appreciated. Voting will take place from January 16-19!
8th Grade Marching Band
 
8th grade band Congratulations to the MP Band Marching Band and our five 8th grade students on their excellent season!! The band ended with 3 Grand Champions, several 1st in class, numerous 1st and 2nd place in areas of percussion, color guard, Drum Major, marching, music, and general effect. Our MPMS students participated in percussion, brass, and colorguard. Congratulations on a great season!!!!!!
Mock Trial Team
Mock Trial Team Goes to Competition!

Congratulations to the MPMS Mock Trial team. Since the start of school this year they have been preparing attorney questions and witness roles as well as meeting three times every week after school. They have put in hours of their own time outside of school and practice times. They performed very well at competition on November 4th.  Fifty-six teams across the state competed for only 8 spots in state finals competition. MPMS was selected as an alternate for state level competition. This is a major accomplishment for a team only in its second year.

 On competition day peer awards were given out for most effective witness and most effective attorney. These awards were decided on by each opposing team. The MPMS most effective attorney for both rounds of competition was Kelsey Hall. The MPMS most effective witnesses were Aidan Little and Vivian Padget. Mrs. McKinney also recognized Sawyer Austin as a most valuable participant to the team. He was always ready to practice, flexible and willing to take on any role necessary for team success. 

 Thank you to the 2016 MPMS Mock Trial team for a great competition performance: Sawyer Austin, Nadiya Berryman, Abby Bulger, Kristin Culp, Parker Fields, Kelsey Hall, Ayden Hooks, Aidan Little, Vivian Padget, Kaidyn Waggoner, and Reagan Waggoner.

books Attention former students and teachers of MPMS:

 Do you have a funny or heart-warming story or memory to share from when you were either a student at this school and/or currently a teacher at this school? If so, please consider sharing a bit of your past. The MPMS Stagecrafters' final production of the year will be focused on the memories and history of this building. We will keep your story anonymous if you would like.  If you have a story to share, please email Marnie Stoker (Theatre Teacher) at marnie.stoker@cabarrus.k12.nc.us

 PLEASE submit your story by January 30, 2017.

Wrestling Team
Wrestling Team Wins Tournament Championship!

A big congratulations goes out to the wrestling team for winning the conference tournament championship on Saturday, December 17. They were also the regular season conference winners. Way to go Tigers!

 
Come Out and Join the Fun with the MP Library Plays
Play  
Friends of the Mount Pleasant Library want to get the word to MPMS families about their annual play! This year the event is being held at MPMS and the following staff will be appearing in the plays: Tim Farrar, Kim Hoyle, Julie Stephenson, Melinda Helmintoller, Sharon Duncan, Gary Hahn, Erika Barrier, Amanda Linker, Britt Newsome, Marnie Stoker, Michael Teal, and Bradley Willis, along with substitute teachers Mindy Kluttz and Jill Baxter. Former staff members also have parts: Sam Treadaway, Becky Porter, Geri Clay, Dottie Eudy, Kim Harding, Glenda Gibson, and Phil Furr.

Pennies for Patients Beta Club Sponsoring Pennies for Patients

We are excited at Mt Pleasant Middle to participate for the 13th year in a special service learning project called Pasta for Pennies. We have raised over $23,000 in those thirteen years. We will collect spare change in our classrooms from February 1 through March 2.   We join the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in their mission for a cure for blood cancers – leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma. Did you know the leukemia takes the lives of more young people under 20 than any disease in our country? We are helping LLS find a cure and make ours a WORLD WITHOUT CANCER!

We will emphasize character and service during this project: community awareness, compassion, caring and working together as a team to make a difference.

We have a great new opportunity this year to donate online! LLS has provided an exclusive Pasta for Pennies webpage just for our school family here at MPMS and YOU can invite anyone anywhere to join in and support our students! We hope you will share this link with family and friends near and far.  It’s an easy way to join in our special project.  Here’s the link to our school webpage. 

          http://events.lls.org/pages/nc/MtPleasantMiddleSchool-2017

This year for every $50 a Venture raises, their name will be entered into the drawing for one Venture to go to Olive Garden. What a fun way to celebrate the generosity and caring for others. Our staff truly believes that service learning is an important part of our students’ academic and personal development, and we are very excited to have this opportunity. We hope you’ll join us and invite others to support this great project!

MPMS COOKIE DOUGH SALE
 
Cookie Dough
Each student has received the Cookie Caboodle Cookie Brochure containing selections of the most popular flavors of both Tubs and Pre-portioned Gourmet cookies. Place all orders on the back of the brochure and make sure student's first and last names with homeroom teacher are on the form. Collect money at the time of the order and turn in together. Checks should be made out to Mt. Pleasant Middle School. All orders and money are due back on March 2.
Transition Night at Mt. Pleasant High School for Rising 9th Graders
 
Please attend the 8th Grade Student and Family Transition Night on Tuesday, March 14th at 6:00 p.m. in the MPHS Auditorium. From 6:00-6:30 p.m., you will have the opportunity to speak with teachers about elective courses. At 6:30 p.m. there will be a presentation from the HS counselors in the auditorium. The purpose of this night is to help prepare you for your successful transition from the middle school to high school. If you have any questions, please call MPHS Student Services at  704-436-3165.
Spelling Bee Winners
Spelling Bee Winners
 
Congratulations to Brandon P., Runner Up, and Adam E., Champion Speller, for winning the Mt. Pleasant Middle School Spelling Bee on Friday, December 16. There were twenty-one students from all three grade levels participating in the final round. Adam is an eighth grade student in Ms. Hauber's Venture from the Beach Bums team and Brandon is a seventh grader in Mrs. Childers's Venture from the Looney Tunes team. Adam represented our school at the county competition on January 11.
school daze

Tiger Paw Honor Roll Recognition Program 

Congratulations to the students who made the A/AB Honor Roll for the 2nd nine weeks. To celebrate this honor the students and their parents were invited to attend an Honor Roll Celebration in the auditorium during the student's encore time. 

The date of the program was February 3, 2017. The encore times were 6th Grade - 9:05, 7th grade – 12:00 and 8th grade – 2:00 After the honor roll celebration, we had a time for the parents to socialize with the students and celebrate with them in honor of this special time!

Thank you so much for your support! Congratulations to the honor roll students. Tiger students are the best! Visit our facebook pages for pictures from this event.

MPMS Soil and Water Speech Winners
 
Soil and Water

The Soil and Water Speech Contest is a state sponsored educational opportunity open to 7th and 8th graders.  This year students were asked to write a speech on the theme “Soil and Water…Yours for Life.”  The students were asked to present their speeches using the state created rubric that judged them both on content and speaking skills.  Elizabeth P. and Ashlynn K. were our final contestants. They then presented their speeches to our Science teachers again using the state created rubrics.  The contest was very close but Elizabeth secured the finalist position represented MPMS at the County Level on February 9th

TSA TSA Winners at Regional Competition
 
On Friday, February 17th, the MPMS TSA Club traveled to Appalachian State University to compete in the regional competition. Winners were as follows: 7th grader Clay Newmyer placed 3rd in the Dragster, 8th grader Andre Jiang placed 2nd in Flight, 8th grader Dillon Pursell placed 1st in Flight, 7th grader Brendan Marshburn and 8th grader Andrew Jiang won 1st place in Tech Bowl, 6th grader Abby Isenhour and 8th grade Andrew Jiang came in 2nd in Medical Technology , 6th grader Abby Isenhour and 7th grader Max Lynch won 3rd place in Problem Solving and 6th grader Grace Potts placed 3rd in Promotions Marketing. Congratulations to these students and good luck at state competition!
Cookie Dough Fundraiser Pick Up Information
cookie
When: Monday, April 3
Time: 4:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Where: Auxiliary Gym
 
Tiger Day
3rd Nine Weeks Honor Roll Luncheon
 
Congratulations to the students who made the A/AB Honor Roll for the third nine weeks. To celebrate this honor we would like for you to have lunch with your child this Friday, April 7th during their lunch time. You can bring lunch such as fast food, food from a restaurant, pack your lunch or just enjoy the time sitting with your child and their friends
Please check in with the front office, and meet your child outside the cafeteria. The library will be set up for lunch or you may eat outside in the quad area. Please remember that food brought in from outside may not be taken into the cafeteria.
Thank you for your support, and enjoy this time with your student. It is an honor to be able to celebrate with MPMS students and the recognition of Work for Success that our PAWS represent.
3rd Nine Weeks Honor Roll Luncheon
 
Congratulations to the students who made the A/AB Honor Roll for the third nine weeks. To celebrate this honor parents were invited to have lunch with their child on Friday, April 7th during their lunch time. Parents could bring lunch such as fast food, food from a restaurant, pack their lunch or just enjoy the time sitting with their child and their friends The library was set up for lunch as well as some classrooms since it was cool and windy outside. Thank you for your support, and we hope you enjoyed this time with your student. It is an honor to be able to celebrate with MPMS students and the recognition of Work for Success that our PAWS represent.
balloons MPMS Community:

Each year after EOG week we like to celebrate our students' hard work and success by having EOG Test Fest. Students who meet criteria to participate will get to go outside and play games during encore. We are trying to DIY yard games that students will enjoy but are short some of the materials. If you have any of the following items that you would be willing to donate, you generosity would be greatly appreciated!

 

2x4 boards
PVC pipe 1 inch ( 5- 10 ft. sections) and 1.5 inch (28- 10 ft. sections)
1- four way PVC connector
4- 1.5 inch PVC  3-way connectors
16- 1.5 inch PVC  T connectors
4- 1 inch PVC elbow connectors
8- 1 inch PVC T connectors
6-8 Pool noodles
Spray Paint- red, black, white and any other colors
Ladder Ball golf ball tosses
8-60 in wooden stakes
1 roll Orange construction netting
Badminton set

Please contact Amber Price or Ali Hylton if you have questions or to donate. Amber.price@cabarrus.k12.nc.us; Alison.hylton@cabarrus.k12.nc.us

Jakob Craver Jakob Craver Wins Gold in App Cup Snowboarding
 
Congratulations to Jakob Craver, a 7th grade student in Mr. Hahn's homeroom, for winning the gold in the overall point standing in the App Cup snowboarding competition this past weekend. He is a member of the Mt. Pleasant snowboard team and has been racing in the USASA boarder cross events. This is a national series that is the "big show" for skiing and snowboarding. He has been doing really well and has qualified for the national event which takes place on April 4th. This is a huge competition with tons of nationally ranked competitors. Even Olympian hopefuls are in it, so it is a great chance to see "what he's got". Good Luck Jakob!!!
camera WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We would like to share some of the many wonderful memories made in our beloved school in a slide show during our Farewell to MPMS Celebration in the spring. We have lots of pictures from its time as a middle school, but we need your help collecting some from its high school years. If you have pictures from MPHS life before 1992, please send them to elizabeth.canup@cabarrus.k12.nc.us. Thanks for helping make our Farewell Celebration a success!
MPMS Stagecrafters Participated in the NC Theatre Conference Festival
 
Stagecrafters

On Saturday, March 18, the MPMS Stagecrafters participated in the North Carolina Theatre Conference Middle School Play Festival at Spirit Square in Charlotte, NC. At the NCTC Middle School Play Festival, schools from all across the state come together to share their talents and celebrate their collective achievements. Following their performance, students received verbal and written feedback from industry experts. When not performing, students watched performances from other schools, learned from their peers and made new theatre friends. The MPMS Stagecrafters received the "Excellence in Movement" Award for their play production of "School Daze" and they received the "Festival Spirit" Award. We are so proud of our theatre students!

TSA
TSA Winners at State Competition
 
Congratulations to the following MPMS TSA team members. They placed in the following events at the 2017 NC TSA (Technology Student Association) Conference.

1st ‐ Event: "MS Flight" Dylan Pursell (8th)
2nd ‐ Event: "MS Flight" Andrew Jiang (8th)
3rd ‐ Event: "MS Career Prep" Max Lynch (7th)
3rd ‐ Event: "MS Catapult Design" Abby Isenhour (6th), Clay Newmyer (7th), Jacob Ross (7th), Brendan Marshburn (7th)
3rd ‐ Event: "MS Tech Bowl" Andrew Jiang (8h), Brendan Marshburn (7th), Dylan Pursell (8th)

The National TSA Conference will be held on June 21‐25 in Orlando, Florida.
Mrs. Krome and the staff would like to send a HUGE shout out and thank you to Mr. Zach Trivett. He has worked so very hard with the
MPMS TSA club. He deserves a huge round of applause. None of this would have been possible without all of his hard work and dedication as the lead MPMS TSA advisor. You rock Mr. Trivett!

 

Proctor Proctors Needed
 
MPMS will need proctor volunteers (must be at least 18 years old and out of school) to help with county and state required testing (EOG, EOC, and NCFE)
on
 
May 31
June 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th
 
from 8:40 am until 12:30 pm (at the latest)
 
Please contact Melinda Helmintoller or Jennifer Lumley at 704-436-9302 with any questions. Or you may send an email to melinda.helmintoller@cabarrus.k12.nc.us or jennifer.lumley@cabarrus.k12.nc.us
Middle School Testing Schedule
 
 Date State Assessment 
 May 31, 2017 Math - Grades 6 and 8; Reading - Grade 7
 June 1, 2017 Math -  Grade 7; Reading - Grades 6 and 8
 June 2, 2017 Social Studies - Grades 7 and 8 
 June 5, 2017 Science - Grades 6 and 8
 June 6, 2017 Science- Grade 7; Social Studies - Grade 6 
 June 7, 2017 Math I and Math II 
 June 8, 2017 Earth and Environmental Science 
 June 9, 2017 Makeup Day 
 
Last Modified on June 9, 2017
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