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Anchor Bay Schools, in partnership with the community, will produce lifelong learners who respect diversity, adapt to change, and function as responsible citizens.
New Baltimore, MI 48047
(586) 949-4739 Fax
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.
Standard Day: 7:55AM—2:52PM Half Day: 7:55AM—11:25AM
Mon. May 2-Fri. May 6, 2016
Mon. 5/2: Track at L’Anse Creuse South at 3:30pm
Tues. 5/3: Girls’ Softball at Clawson at 4:15pm
Wed. 5/4: Track pictures at 2:15pm
Track Home at 3:30pm
Thurs. 5/5: 8th Grade Student Breakfast 8:30am
School Store open during all lunches
Girls’ Softball Home at 4:15pm
Mon. May 9-Fri. May 13, 2016
Mon. 5/9: Mackinac Trip 5/9-5/10
Track at Iroquois at 3:30pm
Tues. 5/10: Incoming 6th grade Parent Meeting 6:00pm in MS South Auditorium
Girls’ Softball at Wolfe at 4:00pm
Wed. 5/11: NJHS field trip to Ann Arbor
Track Home 3:30pm
Thurs. 5/12: School Store open during all lunches
Girls’ Softball Home at 4:00pm
Fri.5/13: Motivational Speaker for 7th & 8th grade students
|March 22||Incoming 9th Graders Tour at 12:15 p.m. at ABHS|
|March 22||Incoming 9th Graders-Parent Meeting 6 p.m. in the ABHS Auditorium|
|March 29||Incoming 9th Graders Honors Academy Parent Meeting 7 p.m. Auditorium|
|April 12||Incoming 9th Graders Honors Academy Testing 6 p.m. in the ABHS Media Center|
|April 14||Incoming 9th Graders Honors Academy Testing 6 p.m. in the ABHS Media Center|
If you have any questions you may contact the high school at (586) 648-2525.
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
Students of the Month-April
May (chosen by Elective Teachers)
The Professional Development day originally scheduled for May 19, 2016 will now be a school day for students.
Greeting South Families!
Our 8th graders are participating in their 2nd and final fundraiser for their DC trip. If your student is registered for the trip, he/she received information and materials on Tuesday November 24th. We have attached this same information just in case. ATTACHMENT
If you have any questions after reading the attachment, don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
Room assignments will be done in January. We still have room for any other 6th and 7th grade students who wish to go. Look for more info on the Mr. Latona’s weebly page.
A Project Lead the Way S.T.E.A.M. School
Middle School South
A nationally recognized program from Project Lead the Way
A middle school program focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math
· Introducing PROJECT LEAD THE WAY (PLTW) Courses– the nation’s leading provider of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programs. The Gateway to Technology program offers students a variety of opportunities to explore and learn creative problem solving. Students will begin with Design and Modeling, where they will apply the design process to solve problems and understand the influence of creativity and innovation in their lives. Additional courses to be offered are:
Medical Detectives, Flight and Space, the Science of Technology and Engineering for Girls.
MS South Football will begin after the first day of school Sept. 4th after school from 3:15-4:45pm.
MS South Volleyball tryouts will be Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 10th-12th from 3-4:30
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.
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