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Last Day of School: Today, May 22nd - Early Dismissal!  Have a Safe and Happy Summer!

 
District Announcements
May 22nd Early Dismissal Bus Pick-up Schedule
11:45 a.m. - Monett Intermediate School
11:50 a.m. - Central Park Elementary School
12:00 p.m. - Monett Elementary School
12:15 p.m. - Monett Middle School
12:15 p.m. - Monett High School*
12:15 p.m. - Scott Regional Technology Center*
*Monett High School and Scott Tech students will be dismissed at 12:05 p.m.
All Faculty/Staff: Meet at the Performing Arts Center to Celebrate Another Successful Year!

What:  End of Year Faculty/Staff Recognition Celebration!
*Enjoy Frozen Yogurt Bar - serving begins at 12:20
Meeting begins at 1:00

*Retirees
*Years of Service (Certified and Classified)
*Advanced Degrees Achieved
*Teachers of the Year - Presentation by Jeff Meredith
w/ Chamber of Commerce 


CTA Meeting:
*Intro of new board members; recognition
  of out-going board;*
*Officers and Campus Reps recognition


When:  Friday, May 22nd at 1:00 p.m

Where:  Performing Arts Center at MHS *(note change in location)


WELCOME TO MONETT MIDDLE SCHOOL!
Cub Pride - May 15, 2015
 

     For the first time at Monett Middle School, students will be involved in the inaugural Health Fitness Day.  Students will not only listen to presenters, but will also become active learners.  Activities include personal safety, martial arts, exercise, and weight loss.  (The latter involves a teacher’s own personal journey, as Mr. Borgmann will share with students his journey of weight loss.) 
 
     Students will participate in some lifetime activities including golf and bowling and will also learn how to make healthy substitutions while cooking and making healthy snacks.  We are hoping that students will find an activity in which they would like to involve themselves more regularly.
 
     We are excited to provide this active engagement opportunity for our students and look forward to making this available in the future!  Thank you to Amber Holman, Lisa Essley, Patty Bounous, and the Wellness Grant for coordinating this for our MMS students!
 
Boys Basketball Summer Camp
The Monett Boys Basketball Program will be holding their summer camps June 3-5 (Wed-Fri) this summer at the Monett Elementary gym (due to air conditioning being turned off at HS).  Any boy in grades 1-8 is invited to attend.  At the camp we will work on fundamentals and have competitive drills/games.  Cost is $25 and each camper will receive a T-Shirt.  More information on how to register & times are included in the flyer.  Hope to see you this summer!  - Coach Land
MAP Reward Recipients
Students at Monett Middle School have done a tremendous job throughout the MAP test this week. We will be drawing student names who met the expectations for taking the MAP test. The following criteria were used:

Attendance - Student must arrive to school on time on testing days.
Effort - Student must use the time necessary to fully complete the test.
Attitude - Student must maintain positive behavior after the test, especially when others are still completing test.

Congratulations to our winners from our first randomized drawing of students who qualified!
 
Austin, Gavin Blake
Avila, Lizbeth
Castaneda, Jacob Jackson
Cecenas, Maria Mercedes
Coones, Maddison Rose
Dollar, Aspen Lee
George, Kaesha Rae
Grado, Ulises A.
Harris, Grace Mia
Hill, McKay Thomas
King, Jacob Tyler
Lesue, Ana Pilar
Lomeli, Valerie
McCallister, Kelli Marie
Morales, Graciela
Pachner, Blake Jeffrey
Pilkenton, Nicholas
Rickman, Rosa Mary Ruth
Steelman, Ashlynn James
Williams, Justin Mikal

Ninth Street Closure Letter (English/Espanol)
Please HERE for the parent information letter. 
MMS Newspaper - The Growl
MMS Text Reminders
MMS Families:

Beginning the 2014-2015 school year, parents can sign up for text reminders in addition to SchoolMessenger. This service will send important announcements to parent cell phones through text messaging or through email. Please click on the following link to sign up:

https://www.remind101.com/join/mms

 
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710 9th Street
Monett, MO    65708
Phone: 417.235.6228
Fax:      417.235.3278
Office Hours:  7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Instructional Day:  8:00 am - 3:10 pm

Jonathan A. C. Apostol, Ed.D, Principal
PowerSchool Access Instructions
PowerSchool usernames and passwords were reset last year. If you need powerschool access for the 14-15 school year, please click here for directions. For parents with multiple children across the district, you can use this access to link all of the accounts to one parent account. Please check with the school for your student's PowerSchool access information.

                                                  
Our Mission

The mission of Monett Middle School is to produce responsible, respectful learners.

Our Vision:

We believe that all students can learn.  We will do whatever it takes to help them meet their full potential. We envision a school in which:
  • Students meet all standards set by the state and are prepared for promotion.
  • Teachers emphasize learning over teaching and model a passion for educational growth.
  • Administration serves as the guiding force behind achievement of our mission.
  • All faculty work collaboratively to meet the needs of all students.
  • The curriculum is challenging to all students.
  • The climate reflects high character, digital citizenship, and integrity for all.
  • Instructional decisions are based on analysis of student achievement data.
  • The school will be recognized as a progressive partner and provider of quality education for all 21st century learners.
Our Commitments

       In order to achieve our vision, the Monett Middle School faculty has made the following commitments:
  • We will build a curriculum based on grade-level expectations that has an established timeline and is followed.
  • We will provide a system of interventions to insure multiple opportunities for all students to be successful.
  • We will establish collaborative teams to analyze student performance data and recommend modifications.
  • We will work collaboratively to further develop our instructional abilities through effective research- based professional development.
  • We will pursue parent and community involvement to assist in all areas of our school.

 
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