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  1. 6th Grade & New Student Orientation Topics we will be covering this evening: Staff PTA Guidance Counseling Athletics Medications School Rating OAA Scores Morning Arrival Afternoon Departure Attendance & Tardies Dress Code Lunch Room All School Fundraiser Candy Sale 6th Grade Camp

  2. Welcome! Memorial Middle School 6th Grade & New Student Orientation Memorial Middle School August 11, 2014

  3. Welcome and Introductions Mr. Dudziak, Principal Mr. Grodek, Assistant Principal Ms. Davis, 6th grade Counselor Mrs. Skrajner 7th & 8th grade Counselor Mrs. Rudder, Spec. Ed Dept. Chair Mrs. Elegante, Spec. Ed. Supervisor Mrs. Ott, Parent Mentor Mrs. Debbie Weber, Nurse

  4. PTA President: Mary Jo Nerici Vice President: Aja Bryan Treasurer: Open Secretary: Deena Szep Email: Facebook: Memorial Middle PTA Twitter: @MMSPTAPrez

  5. PTA Meetings are held every other month on the second Monday in the Media Center. Please join us for the first meeting on September 9that 7:00 pm Events include 8th grade party, Scholarships, concessions, and many more! $5.00 to join! Stop by the cafeteria tonight to sign up to join a committee and the PTA!

  6. Flash Library Stop by the booth in the cafeteria. -Sign up for a library card. -Check out books.

  7. Athletics Athletic Director - Mr. Joe Jeckel Per OHSAA: only 7th & 8th graders participate Sports include….. Cross Country, Volleyball, Cheerleading, Football, Wrestling, Basketball and Track More information for fall sports for the 2014-2015 will be distributed in the spring of 2014. Contact Mr. Jeckel at

  8. Intramurals Intramurals are open to ALL students. Intramurals will be offered after school. Listen to announcements for information. Mrs. Seagroves is the coordinator.

  9. Guidance Miss Davis - 6th gr. Guidance Counselor Mrs. Skrajner - 7th & 8th gr. Guidance Counselor Parents – grades, dates, processes, state testing and basic information about MMS. Students – child advocate Family – family knowledge, student liaison, coordinate meetings, insight to student development

  10. School Nurse - Mrs. Debbie Weber All medications that are taken during the school day must be taken in the Clinic. Including over the counter meds A Physician Request Form needs to be completed AND signed by a physician. This includes medications prescribed by the physician, EPI-Pens, & over the counter medications. All forms available online at the MMS website

  11. 6th Grade Schedule 8.5 Period Day Language Arts/Read 180 Math Science Social Studies Two Electives (Music, Art, Robotics, Study Hall): full year Health / Physical Education: 1 semester each Lunch: 4A or 4B – with study hall opposite Period 8.5 – choice activity, Advisory

  12. Morning Procedures Students can be dropped off at 7:45. At 8:00 students are permitted in the cafeteria, attend club meetings, or teacher interventions (if available by teacher) *Please DROP your child off on the EAST side of the building or the parking area. *Due to Buses: DO NOT DROP OFF IN THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING

  13. Afternoon Procedures This will be different this year Buses are the safest form of student transportation Buses depart between 3:50 pm and 4:00 pm Due to Buses: Parents cannot pick up students in the front of the building or on the Hopkins Road side of the building.

  14. Lunch • Enter/exit the cafeteria quietly and immediately be seated • 12 students maximum at a table • Be respectful to staff and students at all times • Speak in a conversational tone • During the last 3 minutes, a clean-up announcement will be made. Remain seated until your table is dismissed • NO TALKING in the hallway during mid-period transitions

  15. Lockers at MMS • All 6th grade students are in same area (2nd floor) • Access to lockers • Walk-through in August

  16. Book Bags Book bags are not permitted to be used during the school day. Students are permitted to carry a small bag to and from their Physical Education class. i.e. Sack Pack

  17. Physical Education Uniform All students will wear a PE uniform while in class. Costs: Gym Shirts – Sm-XL $3.85 Gym Shirts – 2XL $4.95 Gym Shorts – Sm – XL $7.15 Gym Shorts – 2XL $8.25

  18. Student Meals Breakfast with Milk $1.45 Lunch with Milk $2.85 Milk only $0.50

  19. Attendance Students are expected to attend school daily Be in class before 8:40 a.m. Be on time for all classes 4 minutes between each bell Contact the Guidance Department when absent 974-2255

  20. Discipline • Office Detention: Tuesday and Thursday • 8:00 am – 8:30 am Room 232 • 3:45 pm – 4:15 pm Room 232 • Extended Office Detentions: 3:45 – 4:45 • After School Restriction (ASR): 3:45 – 6:15 • *Saturday School: 8:30 am – 11:00 am • *Extended Saturday School: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm * = At Mentor High School

  21. Dress Code • Please refer to student handbook • Shirts must have appropriate necklines. • Shorts, skirts, dresses must be no shorter than 3” above the knee (even if there are pants/leggings/tights under). • Tight fitting Pants (i.e. yoga pants, leggings, spandex, etc) are not permitted. • Holes, Tears, or Fraying in clothing is not allowed – even if they were designed to be as such.

  22. Dress Code (continued) • No hats allowed during school hours. • Pajama Pants are not permitted. • Tank tops and spaghetti straps arenotpermitted. • If you think it may not be appropriate best to not wear it to school.

  23. Electronic Devices • Education is changing • Blended Learning • Digital Citizenship • School expectations

  24. All School Fundraiser “World’s Finest Chocolates” September 2014 Proceeds benefit ALL the students through various clubs, activities and athletics Sell 1 box of candy (50 candy bars @ $1.00 each) and students will participate in an Inflatable Party at MMS! Please support this great fundraiser!

  25. 6th Grade Camp Hiram House Camp Week #1/Mrs. Yerse October 1st – October 3rd Week #2/Mrs. Hill October 22nd – October 24th

  26. Chaperones Please see me tonight if you are interested in chaperoning during the first week. October 1st – October 3rd

  27. 6th Grade Camp Meeting Monday, September 8th 7:00 pm Memorial Middle School Auditorium

  28. How Do I Stay Connected? MMS Website Assignment Notebook Infinite Campus/Parent & Student Portal Homework Hotline ONLINE MEMO Newsletter ONLINE Twitter Account-@MMSDudziak Email

  29. Misc. Information Help Sessions - Arrange individually with teacher Extra Curricular Activities- Will be on announcements and website Atrium-drop off anytime after 7:45 AM (no adult supervision) Questions and Tour of Building