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.
Middle School North
52805 Ashley St
New Baltimore, MI 48047
(586) 725-6760 Fax
Principal: Tim Brisbois
Assistant Principal: Robert Tidd
Office Manager: Christina Beninati
Secretary: Tammy Menotti
Data Paraprofessional & Attendance: Cindy Houle
Office Paraprofessional: Sue Hibbs
Counselor: Melisa Scarcelli
Counseling Paraprofessional: Jeanette Dell
Standard Day: 7:55AM—2:52PM Half Day: 7:55AM—11:25PM
Anchor Bay High School Cross Country 2014 Begins August 13th
Introducing Colleen Mellon as the NEW Girls Cross Country Team Coach
Information and Inquires to Coach Mellon @ 586-716-4623 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The following PRE-SEASON workouts are not mandatory but are highly encouraged for your benefit to get started on YOUR personal goals as well as the overall goals of the Team.
Remember- no previous experience is necessary to be a member of Cross Country. There will be several different workouts in the early season. The practices are customized to the various levels; New runners to Experienced and Advanced runners.
Pre- Season Workouts are Monday - Thursday ~High School & Veteran Middle School Welcome ~ Arrive prepared to Run; Bring Water Bottle, *Swim Workouts T& Th. (bring suit & towel)
Click Here for Schedule
Anchor Bay Junior Honors Academy
Middle School North
A two year accelerated academic program designated for the motivated middle school student.
The Junior Honors Academy courses are designed for the talented and serious academic student who is willing to rise to the challenge of intense, independent and in-depth work. Students that participate in the Junior Honors Academy will be prepared to pursue advanced courses in the High School Honors Academy. In high school, the academy provides a rigorous academic program where students may take 7 or more Advanced Placement classes.
ANCHOR BAY JUNIOR HONORS ACADEMY
|6th Grade||7th Grade||8th Grade|
|MATH||Honors Math 6||Honors Math 7||Honors Algebra I|
|SCIENCE||Science 6||Science 7||Honors Science 8|
|ENGLISH||Honors Language Arts 6||Honors Language Arts 7||Honors English 8|
|SOCIAL STUDIES||Social Studies 6||Honors Social Studies 7||Honors Social Studies 8|
Anchor Bay High School Honors Academy students have the opportunity to work in a cohort within the same house with the same core academic teachers. Yet they may still pursue elective choices and extra-curricular activities along with all students. The smaller learning community will challenge students to pursue excellence both in academic course work and leadership skills. Students will be introduced to the problem solving learning cycle and the Socratic Method.
9th grade girls that are interested in High School Cross Country to contact Coach Mellon at (586) 716-4623 at the Aquatic Center, for the summer conditioning and Fall information.
7th and 8th North girls interested in Volleyball: Tryouts are on Wednesday, September 3rd & 4th from 3:15 to 5:15 PM and 5th from 3:15 to 5:30 PM at the MSN Gym.8th Grade North Boys interested in football: Practice starts on Wednesday, September 3rd from 3 to 5 PM.
JROTC Parent Letter
Students, Parent(s) and Guardian(s),
This is to notify you of one of Anchor Bay School District’s Leadership Academy/ Air Force Junior ROTC program. The JROTC program is one of the best in the nation. The focus of the JROTC program is to develop and improve our student’ LEADERSHIP, regardless of whether they intend to join the military, attend college or a trade school, or seeking employment after high school.
First, and foremost, the JROTC program is about developing leaders and student character. Students will learn the habits, techniques and secrets to succeed in life. The Academy develops positive character traits- girls become ladies and boys become gentlemen. Students will also learn the knowledge and skills necessary to live on their own and develop a strong and positive work ethic. Academy instructors are not military recruiters, but highly- trained in leadership, instruction and counseling. Every student can benefit from the Academy no matter what their background or academic grade or achievement level. This is a school program, not a military recruiting, there is no pressure for our students to enlist with a branch of the military nor is there a focus on a certain military branch. This is a program focused on developing positive student character and leadership abilities for a successful future.
PHYSICAL FORMS FOR ATHLETICS
To try out or practice for a sport for the upcoming school year, all athletes must have a current (after April 15, 2014) completed physical form on file in the office. Forms are available in the school office or on the District website, www.anchorbay.misd.net, High School Athletics page.
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.
Parking Lot Procedures 2014-15
Now that we have lines painted for pick-up and drop-off, please follow this procedure
Please click here for parking lot procedures.
Anchor Bay Middle School North is committed to keeping our school campus bully-free. We have implemented a bullying hotline for students and parents to report bullying behaviors. The number is 586-648-2500 ext. 1715. Please leave a detailed message with as much information as possible regarding the person who is being bullied and the person doing the bullying. Staff will check the hotline on a regular basis. Together, we can keep our school a safe place for all students.
Parents and Visitors
...must stop in the office for a Visitor's Pass, even for a brief visit.
Please do NOT go to a classroom without obtaining a Visitor's Pass from the office.
Your cooperation is appreciated.
Box Tops for Education
Please clip the Boxtops for Education from any General Mills brands that you use and send them to school with your child. Students may turn these in at the office or to any of their teachers.
Each Boxtops is worth 10 cents toward the purchase of equipment for school use. Visit their website boxtops4education.com for more ways to earn bonus points for our school.
What is Peer Education Prevention Program(P.E.P.P.)?
P.E.P.P. recognizes that students can and do learn a great deal from each other. It further acknowledges that in times of difficulty, students seek out their peers for advice and assistance. Students who complete this program will be knowledgeable about the many concerns of teenagers.
These students can, if necessary, direct friends or other students to appropriate community resources for further assistance. The Peer Educator also provides and/or participates in activities that promote and encourage healthy choices within their schools or communities.