Monday, October 22nd - Friday, October 26th
Students will visit the Book Fair with their ELA Teachers.
There will be a literacy theme in effect each day as follows:
Monday - "Hats Off to Books" (Wear a Hat)
Tuesday - "Go Crazy Over Books" (Crazy Hair Day)
Wednesday - "Get Tied Up in a Good Book" (Wear a Tie)
Thursday - "Be Well-Read" (Wear a Red Shirt with Uniform Pants or Skirt)
Friday - "Celebrate Your Freedom to Read (Jeans Day with Uniform or Spirit Shirt)
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
4:00pm - 7:15pm
Friday, October 26, 2018
Thursday, November 1, 2018
As the first nine weeks comes to a close and teachers begin to grade exams and average the first nine weeks grades, I am hoping that your child can look on his or her report card grade with no regrets. It's not easy for any middle schooler to be 100% focused on school work 100% of the time, but we all know that's what it takes for them to be the best students they can be.
So I'm reaching out to you, asking each of you to have a conversation with your eagle or eagles about taking school more seriously and really giving each class their all. On any given school day, eagles who are working at their best should be able to tell you what they learned in each class. Ask them "What was the objective in math today?" If they were working and paying attention in class, they should be able to say something like, "solve equations with exponents" or "simplify expressions using like terms." You should be able to find work in their school bags to match.
In addition to talking about what students learned each day, our middle schoolers need your help in keeping all of the materials aligned to these activities and objectives organized. Help your eagle sort through his or her school bag. Become familiar with each teacher's organizational system, and help your child become a star student.
We certainly don't want any students' grades to slip away from them. Let's work together to get each of our kiddos to success in the classroom. Go Eagles!
Moms and Muffins was a huge success as Moms and their children gathered together at the Eagle Bistro to enjoy one another's company as well as muffins, coffee, and juice. St. Bernard Middle prides itself on parental involvement with the hopes of bridging the gap between parents, teachers, and administrators.