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    SMS OWL Community News blog - Updated Weekly by Mr. Royer

    Teen Read Week

    The SHS Boys Basketball team is selling Seymour Basketball clothing and gear.  The link is listed below if you are interested.  If you have any questions please contact Dustin George georged@scsc.k12.in.us.  


    http://shop.fancloth.com/47274/267998


    Red Ribbon Week is 
    October 23-27, 2017.  SMS 7/8 student government, along with the entire school, will be participating in several activities during this week to promote "Saying No to Drugs". 

    **Our School-wide theme will be "Dodge Against Drugs"


    Spirit Week: We will have a Spirit Week to promote being Drug Free 10/23-10/27.

    Monday 10/23= "Voting for my future to be Drug Free" (wear red, white, and blue)

    Tuesday 10/24= "I'm too bright for drugs" (neon day)

    Wednesday 10/25="I am a Jean-us (genius), I am drug free" (Jean day)

    Thursday 10/26= "Sock it to drugs" (mismatched/crazy sock day)

    Friday 10/27= "My Team is drug free" (team spirit wear- Seymour/College/Pro Teams)


    **Students will wear dress code compliant pants each day except for Jean Day.

    **Each day will be a competition between PRIDE classes. 

    **Highest % participating PRIDE class wins a prize each day (Teachers will notify Mr. Hubbard the number of students who participate each day.  Mr. Hubbard will help with the calculation each day.)

    **Prizes will include: Ice cream sandwiches, candy bars, cookies, donuts, popsicles and/or OWL bucks.

    **We will announce winners each day. 

    School-wide Service Project:
     **We will be assembling 2,500 red pinwheels that will go home with every SCSC elementary student. The elementary students will be placing them in their yards to advertise their home is Drug Free and/or I choose to be Drug Free.  Each PRIDE class will receive a set number of pinwheels to be assembled the week of October 9-13th.  All assembled pinwheels (2,500/13 PRIDE classes) will be due to Mrs. Doriot by Friday, October 13th.  Cassie Fox will pick them up by Tuesday October 17th
    .

    Arrival times
    -Students enter through the flagpole doors (cafeteria doors for the 6th GC) at 8:00 am.  You will be released to report to your PRIDE (found on your schedule) room at 8:20.  All students need to be in their seats by 8:30 am.  Front driveway is reserved for buses only.  7/8 Parents are to use the athletic “parking lot driveway” to drop off your child. Doors will not open until 8am.  


    Pick up time-Release time is 3:30.  If you or someone else plans to pick up your students, please do so in the back parking lot behind the gymnasiums. (6thGC can pick up in the gym parking lot or behind the school on Lynn Street)  Please make the pick up arrangements before the end of the day.  The front driveway is reserved for buses.


    Lockers-7/8 Locker numbers and combinations will be on the student schedules that will be mailed home. (6th GC lockers are assigned by their 1st period teacher. That is one of their first orders of business each school year and your student will be given plenty of time to "practice" their locks.)


    Communication-Parents/guardians, you will or have received a code to keep constant communication regarding your student’s grades, attendance and discipline.  If you have not received a code stop by the front desk at the SMS and get it from Mrs. Munoz.  Communication is important, please feel free to call the school, 812-522-5453, come by the school, or email the teachers, or myself.  Check the website daily for news and upcoming events.  Announcements will also be on the website as well as sporting events.


    Please feel free to stop by the office or call the office anytime for any questions you may have.  

    Sincerely,

    Mr. J.B. Royer

    Principal

    Seymour Middle School

    920 N. O’Brien St.

    812-522-5453

    8th Grade Washington D.C. trip information is available through this link:

    DC Trip Information Page
     


    Jackson County Food Assistance Information available by clicking HERE.


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    Click Learn More Indiana logo for college information!



    Click HERE for Community News.


    SMS Homework Help is available after school Monday through Thursday!

     3:30-5pm


    Mondays and Wednesdays in Mrs. Jones' Rm 411

    Tuesdays and Thursdays in Mrs. Freeman's Rm 302

    Bring Homework to work on!

    Have Transportation at 5 pm sharp!



    fca
    FCA meets every Wednesday at 7:30 in room 303 at 7th & 8th grade building. There is a bus that will take 6th graders to their building.
    Click LOGO to go to our FCA home site and HERE for a shirt order form. Orders are due by October 27th.

    • SMS OWL Community News blog - Updated Weekly by Mr. Royer

      Teen Read Week

      The SHS Boys Basketball team is selling Seymour Basketball clothing and gear.  The link is listed below if you are interested.  If you have any questions please contact Dustin George georged@scsc.k12.in.us.  


      http://shop.fancloth.com/47274/267998


      Red Ribbon Week is 
      October 23-27, 2017.  SMS 7/8 student government, along with the entire school, will be participating in several activities during this week to promote "Saying No to Drugs". 

      **Our School-wide theme will be "Dodge Against Drugs"


      Spirit Week: We will have a Spirit Week to promote being Drug Free 10/23-10/27.

      Monday 10/23= "Voting for my future to be Drug Free" (wear red, white, and blue)

      Tuesday 10/24= "I'm too bright for drugs" (neon day)

      Wednesday 10/25="I am a Jean-us (genius), I am drug free" (Jean day)

      Thursday 10/26= "Sock it to drugs" (mismatched/crazy sock day)

      Friday 10/27= "My Team is drug free" (team spirit wear- Seymour/College/Pro Teams)


      **Students will wear dress code compliant pants each day except for Jean Day.

      **Each day will be a competition between PRIDE classes. 

      **Highest % participating PRIDE class wins a prize each day (Teachers will notify Mr. Hubbard the number of students who participate each day.  Mr. Hubbard will help with the calculation each day.)

      **Prizes will include: Ice cream sandwiches, candy bars, cookies, donuts, popsicles and/or OWL bucks.

      **We will announce winners each day. 

      School-wide Service Project:
       **We will be assembling 2,500 red pinwheels that will go home with every SCSC elementary student. The elementary students will be placing them in their yards to advertise their home is Drug Free and/or I choose to be Drug Free.  Each PRIDE class will receive a set number of pinwheels to be assembled the week of October 9-13th.  All assembled pinwheels (2,500/13 PRIDE classes) will be due to Mrs. Doriot by Friday, October 13th.  Cassie Fox will pick them up by Tuesday October 17th
      .

      Arrival times
      -Students enter through the flagpole doors (cafeteria doors for the 6th GC) at 8:00 am.  You will be released to report to your PRIDE (found on your schedule) room at 8:20.  All students need to be in their seats by 8:30 am.  Front driveway is reserved for buses only.  7/8 Parents are to use the athletic “parking lot driveway” to drop off your child. Doors will not open until 8am.  


      Pick up time-Release time is 3:30.  If you or someone else plans to pick up your students, please do so in the back parking lot behind the gymnasiums. (6thGC can pick up in the gym parking lot or behind the school on Lynn Street)  Please make the pick up arrangements before the end of the day.  The front driveway is reserved for buses.


      Lockers-7/8 Locker numbers and combinations will be on the student schedules that will be mailed home. (6th GC lockers are assigned by their 1st period teacher. That is one of their first orders of business each school year and your student will be given plenty of time to "practice" their locks.)


      Communication-Parents/guardians, you will or have received a code to keep constant communication regarding your student’s grades, attendance and discipline.  If you have not received a code stop by the front desk at the SMS and get it from Mrs. Munoz.  Communication is important, please feel free to call the school, 812-522-5453, come by the school, or email the teachers, or myself.  Check the website daily for news and upcoming events.  Announcements will also be on the website as well as sporting events.


      Please feel free to stop by the office or call the office anytime for any questions you may have.  

      Sincerely,

      Mr. J.B. Royer

      Principal

      Seymour Middle School

      920 N. O’Brien St.

      812-522-5453

      8th Grade Washington D.C. trip information is available through this link:

      DC Trip Information Page
       


      Jackson County Food Assistance Information available by clicking HERE.


      logo-learn-more-indiana 
      Click Learn More Indiana logo for college information!



      Click HERE for Community News.


      SMS Homework Help is available after school Monday through Thursday!

       3:30-5pm


      Mondays and Wednesdays in Mrs. Jones' Rm 411

      Tuesdays and Thursdays in Mrs. Freeman's Rm 302

      Bring Homework to work on!

      Have Transportation at 5 pm sharp!



      fca
      FCA meets every Wednesday at 7:30 in room 303 at 7th & 8th grade building. There is a bus that will take 6th graders to their building.
      Click LOGO to go to our FCA home site and HERE for a shirt order form. Orders are due by October 27th.

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