Dear Middle School Parents and Students,
Welcome Back! I hope families and friends enjoyed a wonderful summer in spite of the rainy weather. I am looking forward to reconnecting with our students when we open on September 5th.
Communicating with parents is paramount to our success. Our school uses a variety of tools. Each student is given an Agenda, which serves as a daily assignment book and place for written dialogue between teachers and parents. It is also our Student Handbook, which outlines the rights and responsibilities of our population. Parents must sign the inside cover of the Agenda after having reviewed it with their child. Student grades and attendance are available through our Parent Portal. The Parent Portal passwords remain the same as last year. If you require assistance or have misplaced your password, please contact Mr. Chris Hennigan at email@example.com.
All of our faculty members are accessible through email. Their addresses are listed on our website. We hope that we can work together to insure student success. It is extremely important that you contact us with questions or concerns to further facilitate open lines of communication.
Our first school-wide event is Thursday, September 19th at 6:30 p.m. as we open our doors for parents to visit their child’s classrooms and learn more about the curriculum and expectations of each teacher. Our Mental Health team will introduce themselves and make a brief presentation in our middle school gym from 6:30-6:40 p.m. We run a modified schedule so parents are able to meet most teachers. Due to the content and structure of the evening, this night is for parents only.
The Middle School PTA is a vital part of our school and we invite all parents to join us. Meeting dates are listed on the district calendar or you may call our office if you have questions. Your participation is the key to PTA success.
Parents are welcome to join their student during their lunch period. Please sign in at the office before going to the cafeteria.
Middle School is a challenging time for students emotionally and academically. We will work hard to support all students and offer them a quality education that will prepare them for high school. Your help is imperative. Please participate in your child’s education as much as possible by checking on their homework, attending school functions, calling us with questions or concerns, and letting your child know that their education is the key to their future success.
Jean J. Regan, Ed.D.