The mission of Anchor Bay Middle School South is to meet the needs of the students in becoming productive members of society and lifelong, enthusiastic learners.
Middle School South
New Baltimore, MI 48047
(586) 949-4739 Fax
Standard Day: 7:55AM—2:52PM Half Day: 7:55AM—11:25AM
Click on the link to access teacher websites and class agendas : http://www.abmssouth.com/
At Middle School South, we collect Box Tops For Education every month to help support our Choir and Life Skills programs. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents and can be found on the following products: Betty Crocker, Fiber One, Nestle, Cheerios, Chex, Green Giant, Pillsbury, Hamburger Helper, Yoplait, Huggies, Scott, Cottonelle, Nature Valley, Hefty, Ziploc and many more!
Students can turn the Box Tops in to their first hour teacher and the class who collects the most each month wins a special breakfast treat!
Peer Mediation is a conflict resolution program in which trained student mediators help peers resolve interpersonal conflicts. Peer Mediation is voluntary, confidential and proven to be one of the most effective approaches to solving student disputes. It is monitored by a counselor or social worker. Students needing peer mediation may sign up in the counseling office.
The six grade classes are presented a program in the fall about how to recognize and handle bullying situations.
There is a confidential phone line that is monitored in the counseling office to report incidences of student to student bullying that is happening in school. That number is (586) 648-2500 ext. 2121
Anger Management / AOP (Adolescent Outreach Program)
Each year, Macomb Family Services offers these programs in our school. These are individual or small group meetings, over six sessions for students struggling with anger or at-risk students in our school through the counseling office. These services are free of charge.
PEPP (Peer Education Prevention Program)
This is another program offered through Macomb Family Services. A prevention specialist trains approximately 10-15 students each year to join the ongoing group. 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.