Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog Week 7
Mr. McClure's Weekly Blog
Week of: September 15 - 19
“The Principal’s Post”
SMS PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
During the afternoon/evenings of Wednesday, September 17th and Wednesday, September 24th, Seymour Middle School will be holding parent conferences.
Our Wednesday, September 17th parent/teacher conferences will be by appointment. Teacher teams will be contacting parents to schedule meeting times at your child’s respective school.
Our Wednesday, September 24th parent/teacher conferences will be “open” conferences from 4:00PM-7:30PM. For parents who did not have a scheduled appointment for the evening of the 17th, but who would like to meet with their child’s teachers, this will be your opportunity to do so. After receiving positive comments regarding the open format, SMS would like to continue to provide this opportunity for all parents to meet teachers. As with previous years, please understand that this walk-in format will only allow for brief exchanges. Should you desire a more formal conference, you may schedule that conference at that time.
Parents not able to attend the open conference time on Wednesday evening but who would like a teacher conference scheduled can do so at any time by contacting the school.
We hope to see you! J
SMS 7/8 Student Government
Submitted by: Mrs. Doriot
The election results for the SMS 7/8 2014-2015 class officer elections are:
President: Jacob Rotert
Vice President: Victoria Prieto
Secretary: Kennedy Cockerham
Treasurer: McKenzie Bailey
President: Chanel Martinez
Vice President: Ethan Deaton
Secretary: Emily Hume
Treasurer: Makenna Fee
Note: Nominations for student council will be done through PRIDE classes next week.
The first student government activity of the year is collecting donations for the Humane Society. We will deliver donations on October 1st after school.
And, the Mayor is coming to speak with the student government officers and representatives on September 23rd.
REWARD DAY ACTIVITY (SMS 7/8)
It doesn’t seem possible, but we are six weeks into the school year . . . and that means a reward day activity for those students earning the privilege to attend. Our first 7/8 reward day is planned for this Friday, September 19th.
The student handbook (page 9) outlines the four criteria that students need to meet in a designated six week period in order to participate in the reward activity. We are anticipating a BIG turn out to kick off the year!
Until next week...
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