Anchor Bay School District

Mission Statement

Anchor Bay Schools, in partnership with the community, will produce lifelong learners who respect diversity, adapt to change, and function as responsible citizens.

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Middle School North

52805 Ashley St
New Baltimore, MI 48047
(586) 725-7373
(586) 725-6760 Fax

Principal: Robin Stanton
Assistant Principal: James Thiede
Office Manager: Christina Beninati
Secretary: Tammy Menotti
Data Paraprofessional & Attendance: Cindy Houle
Office Paraprofessional: Susan Hibbs
Counselor: Melisa Scarcelli
Counseling Paraprofessional: Julie Seamans


Mission Statement

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.

Parent Information

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Middle School Success brochure

School Times

Standard Day: 7:55AM—2:52PM  Half Day: 7:55AM—11:25AM

NJHS Members for the 2016-2017 School Year

Looking ahead to next year, current seventh-grade students will be inducted into National Junior Honor Society on the evening of Tuesday, May 24. Students with strong citizenship who have a 3.5 or higher cumulative grade point average will be invited to an informational meeting about the application and selection process during school hours on April 22nd. Interested students will be required to complete a statement of interest, obtain staff recommendations and complete a written application in order to be considered for membership. All applications will be due to Ms. Deagen or Mrs. Simon by the end of the day on Friday, April 29th.

Once applications are received, they will be reviewed by a faculty council. The council will then select members based on recommendations, citizenship and students’ applications. Students chosen to be invited for induction into NJHS will be notified in writing and given specific details about the induction ceremony on May 24th. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Deagen at kdeagen@abs.misd.net or Mrs. Simon at dsimon@abs.misd.net.

2015-16 Teacher of the Year

Anchor Bay Middle School North congratulates our 2015-16 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Denise Wood. Pictured with School Board President Janine Accivatti Hendershot, Superintendent Leonard Woodside, and her granddaughter, Mrs. Wood has earned this distinction after 16 years of dedicated service to the students of Anchor Bay. Her commitment to helping students in every way she can be seen every day in her classroom. Congratulations and thank you Mrs. Wood!

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SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

ANCHOR BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Elementary/Middle School Summer Program
Dates: July 18, 2016— August 4, 2016
For More Information Click Here

If you would like to register please go to: https://www.localevelevents.com/events/details/1625

Michigan Department of Education M-STEP Video

Understanding the new M-STEP Student Report

A Parent’s Guide to MSTEP

Click here watch the MDE M-STEP Parent Report Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM55xZ-ZuNU embed the link in the MDE M-STEP Parent Report Video

Remind 101

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New 7th Grade Immunization Requirements

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Course Selection Form

6th Scheduling Form
7th Scheduling Form
8th Scheduling Form

Kroger Community Rewards

Thank you to all that have enrolled in Kroger Community Rewards! Our school has received the first check today!
As a reminder all current members need to re-enroll for our school to continue earning funds during May 2015 – April 2016.
If you haven’t signed up already please do so soon!

Kroger Community Rewards® makes fund
-raising easy...all you have to do is shop at Kroger
and swipe your Plus Card!
Sign In or Create an Account to Enroll,
upon signing up please use our code;
51802 -ABMSN

Honors Academy

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.

Click here for more information about the Junior Honors Academy

Attendance

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.

Bully-Free Zone

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.

Sailor Salute Program

Each week, teachers at North will recognize two students in their classes with a "Sailor Salute." These students are recognized for being considerate, organized, honest, and responsible. A drawing is held weekly to choose school wide winners. The winners for the week of 3-28 are: 
Rylie Coddington 7th Grade
Ava Monden 7th Grade
Veronica Markwood 6th Grade
Congratulations to all our Sailor Salute reciepiants~ keep up the great work!

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