Anchor Bay Middle School North
Return to Learn Updates
Return to Learn Information and other important information:
COVID-19 & Return to Learn Updates
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.
Back to School Letters
Please see the attached permission slip regarding the after school academic support program. This year academic support will be handled virtually through Zoom and will begin on Monday, October 19th. If you are interested in having your child participate in the program, please fill out the attached permission slip and return it to the main office or email a signed slip to firstname.lastname@example.org. The link to be used, once your permission slip is turned, can be found in the letter that was previously emailed. Please note that your student will not be permitted into the Zoom meeting without a signed permission slip on file and he/she must use their full first and last name when entering the Zoom meeting or they will not be permitted in.
Academic Support Permission Slip
Sailor Success 6th grade Transition Program Presentation
Online Math Help
Please see the following link regarding online math help. Online Math Help
Check out AF JROTC
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.
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.
Click the link the below to see our young reporters in action!
Standard Day: 8:13am - 1:39pm
AER Report 2019-2020
Free PowerSchool Phone App
School Supply List
Student Code of Conduct
Half Day Bell Schedule 2020-2021
October Lunch Menu
Academic Support Permission Slip 2020-2021
Parent Portal Agreement Form
Concussion Awareness Form
“It’s an absolute home run for the district and an absolute home run for the taxpayers,” states Mr. Todd Rathbun, Anchor Bay Assistant Superintendent. The district was able to refund almost $96 million of bonds at a rate that will save taxpayers over $14 million.