Student news for Monday, March 25, 2019
This week we are kicking off our words of the week with the word delineate.
Delineate means to describe precisely in detail; outline.
- The Martin Middle School PTA is offering a ticket pre-sale for the raffle being held at our Bingo Night on Friday, March 29th. Tickets are $1 each or 15 for $10. Please select your raffle ticket choices below and send this flyer to the Main Office (ATTN: PTA) with cash or a check payable to Martin PTA no later than Weds March 27th. Raffle tickets will also be sold the night of Bingo (need not be present to win). Please contact the PTA at ERMartinPTA@gmail.com or via our Facebook page at @ERMartinPTA with any questions. Thank you for your support! BingoNightRafflePreSale (2).pdf
Students Rock the Vote at MMS!
Click here: Wildcat Pride Teacher Nomination
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MMS GOOGLE CLASSROOMS
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A letter from our Principal regarding Bingo Night:
Third Quarter Progress Reports went home this week.
Please check with your child to review their grades. Reach out to your child’s Guidance Counselor with any questions or concerns.
Attention all parents whose daughters are interested in trying out for the Martin Wildcat softball team. Coach Lu Frias will be having a short informational meeting on Friday, March 1st at 5:30 pm in the cafeteria. He will discuss the tryout/practice schedule, what has to be completed for students to be eligible for tryouts, and answer any questions that students or parents may have. Coach Lu is excited to join the Wildcat family and is expecting great things from our student-athletes both on and off the field. It may be cold outside but at Martin, we get things cooking.
RIVERSIDE LITTLE LEAGUE INFO
Where’s the bus?
The weather is bad. There’s snow, ice, freezing temperatures. None of which is good for a bus. None of it is very good for children either.
Our goal is to expose your child to the least bad weather while getting our buses to every stop as efficiently as possible.
In years past, this was hit or miss. Today, with new technology, we can give you the ability to adjust when your child arrives at the bus stop when weather conditions are difficult. It is called: SafeStop.
SafeStop is an application available from the Apple Store or Google Play. And, it is free.
Once you download the SafeStop application, registering is simple. The student number you are required to enter is your child’s school lunch number. If you or your child do not know the number, please call your child’s school. There are complete instructions for using SafeStop at www.
One note of caution…
SafeStop is not designed to allow your child to arrive at the bus stop at the last second. Please have the child arrive five to ten minutes before the scheduled arrival of the bus. It benefits every child, including your own, to have the buses operate as efficiently as possible.
Thank you for your cooperation and support
MIDDLE TO LITTLE VOLUNTEERS!!!
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