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Daily Bulletin


Tuesday May 25th, 2021

Wildcats R.O.A.R for SUCCESS!


At MMS we will demonstrate RESPECT to everyone, take advantage of the educational OPPORTUNITIES given to us with a positive ATTITUDE which will help us to be RESPONSIBLE for our own success!! 


Here’s What’s Coming Up in May:

May 25th                                    Chromebook Check-in

May 26th                                   Last Day of School         1/2 Day                         7:55 – 11:40      

June 1-3rd                                 Volleyball Camp                                                8:30 – 10:30

            June 8th-10th                            Girls Basketball Camp                                       8:30 – 10:30

            June 17th                                   Cheer Camp                                                      11:30-6:30

            June 18th                                   Cheer Camp                                                      9:00-3:50

            July 6th                                    Open Enrollment Online for Returning Students Only



Character Counts for May:

Confidence: feeling sure of yourself and your abilities — not in an arrogant way, but in a realistic, secure way. Confidence isn't about feeling superior to others. It's a quiet inner knowledge that you're capable. ... know they can rely on their skills and strengths to handle whatever comes up.




Fun Facts:

        • Today is: National Brown-Bag-It Day, National Tap Dance Day, Towel Day, National Missing Children's Day
        • On This Day: Etan Patz disappears, The first Star Wars film is released,
        • Famous Birthday: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mike Myers, Octavia Spencer, Ian McKellen, Frank Oz
        • This Week Is: National Safe Boating Week,
        • This Month: National Chip Your Pet Month, National Military Appreciation Month, Small Business Month


From Food Service:  Students will be offered tray line only, there will not be an ala cart line.  So, students please remember to bring a lunch or you will be offered the meal of the day.  Meals will be free of charge.


Lunch              Tues., May 25th-Chicken Nuggets, French Fries, Baked Beans, Pineapple Tidbits, Juice

Wed., May 26th- String Cheese, Sunbutter & Grape Sandwich, Mandarin Oranges, Juice, Giant Cinn Grahams


Students will be offered milk every day.  Juice will only be offered if included in a meal.  We recommend that students bring a refillable water bottle if not interested in milk or juice.   Breakfast items will be given out at the end of the day at your designated locations.




From the office: Students please note change to mask requirements starting today, May 25th.  Mask are recommended but no longer required at school for the next two days. 



From the Office: Students please make sure you have Chromebook, charger and case starting Monday May 24th. You will be checking them in for the summer. Any damaged items, such as zippers, cords, missing keys, broke screens, will be charged to your students account. You will need all the following following to be turned in—Chromebook (report any problems your having with Chromebook), Case (please make sure to clean out your case), Charger (all parts of the charger-plug and actual charger).  Any missing items will be added to your fee’s.


From Yearbook: Due to Covid-19, yearbook will be delivered in the fall.  Any 8th grader who purchases a yearbook, your yearbooks will be delivered to the high school when they arrive.

From Basketball Coach:  Any 6th or 7th grade girls interested in attending summer basketball camp, please make sure to turn in your forms by TODAY, May 25th.

From The Grove:  Summer Camp for Wrestlers information sheets are in the office.  June 21st-22n

From Labette County: Girls  Wrestling Camp information sheets in the office.  June 11th-12th

From the office:  Students please remember as temperatures begin to rise, before you step out the door, please make sure your spring outfit meets the school dress code! Some examples are no short shorts, no showing of midriffs, and no bare shoulders. If you have any questions about what is appropriate to wear, please contact the office.

REMINDER:  Please properly wear your mask at all times.  Wash your hands and 

keep 6ft apart when possible.   We want all of our students & staff to stay healthy.  Thank you.


From the Health Room:  If you have any medications or immunizations please turn them into the health room.


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Calendar Week of July 25 - July 31, 2021