Anchor Bay Middle School North Home of the Sailors!
The mission of Anchor Bay Middle School is to meet the needs of the students in becoming productive members of society and lifelong, enthusiastic learners.
Used Book Drive
Student Council and Green Team are sponsoring a used book drive. Students and parents are urged to donate books they no longer want or need. Students can turn books in to their Language Arts teachers, the library if Mrs. Cannon is here, Ms. Kessel, or Mrs. Dieterman. Any student that donates a book will receive a slip of paper to come back after the book drive, and choose a book of their choice from the donated books. Please encourage students to donate books they have already read and are willing to part with! This is a great chance to add books to our library and do a bit of recycling at the same time! Thanks in advance for your help and support.
Per our Transportation Department:
Bus #70 is at maximum capacity and will not accept any additional riders.
Please see the Academic Support permission slip for after-school academic help. Academic support is held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm beginning Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Academic Support Permission Slip
Order your yearbook today, see the attached form Yearbook Order Form
Box Tops will be collected in 1st hour classes. The class who has the most box tops per student (average) will win a delicious breakfast treat! We will collect two times per semester. All money collected will be put towards the choir program and "The Little Mermaid" production so keep your eye out and send them in to your child's first hour class. Thank you for participating in this program!
Mackinac Island field trip flyer for 6/7 grade students:
If your child is absent from school, please call us at 725-7373 before 10:00AM If you get the voice mail message, use ext.1702.
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Lights, Camera, Action!
Anchor Bay Middle School North offers a Broadcasting class where students learn how to research and report the news. Our 8th grade students produce live newscasts; produce and edit commercials and public service announcements all while working in groups.
Standard Day: 8:04 AM—2:52 PM
Half Day: 8:04 AM—11:29 AM
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Spirit Wear 2018-2019
Course Guide 2018-2019
Student Code of Conduct
Health Department Guidelines to Communicable Diseaimmunization
New 7th Grade Immunization Requirments
Washington DC 2018-2019
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