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    Challenge Level 1:
    Read the book you chose at the Summer Book Giveaway and complete the activity sheet. If you turn your completed activity sheet in to your reading teacher next year, you will be recognized as a Summer Super Reader and win a prize!
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    Challenge Level 2:

    Complete level 1 of the challenge and read enough books to complete the Scholastic Summer Reading Journal. Just turn in your completed Activity Sheet and Summer Reading Journal to your reading teacher at the begin-ning of next year and you will win extra prizes and be recognized as a Sum-mer Super Reader Leader of the Pack!

     MCMS Summer Reading Challenge Flyer


    Mifflin County 5th Graders

    MCMS Student Council would like to invite you to our Beach Blast Dance/Activity night.


    Friday, May 22, 2015 at 6:30 – 8:30pm

    (Use the cafeteria entrance)


    Cost $2.00


    Bring extra money for snacks at our concession stand!


    Come join the fun!
  • Family


    Recently your child brought home information about the Strengthening Families Program. The program is intended for you and your 6th or 7th grade child to attend together. The program meets seven consecutive Thursdays beginning April 11th.
    The Strengthening Families Program is a parent, youth, and family skills-building curriculum designed to prevent teen substance abuse and other behavior problems, strengthen parenting skills, and build family strengths.
    Free dinner is served at 5:30. Free sibling child care is also provided. At 6:00 youth meet with youth program leaders and their peers, while parents meet with a program leader and their peers. At 7:15 youth and parents get back together and practice skills together and play fun family games. To register for this free program or learn more about it, you can return the form to your child's homeroom teacher. If your child did not bring the packet home you may call the project office at 814-867-3677 or email Mary Ann Demi at mad180@psu.edu to register or learn more about the program

    On May 18th, 19th, or 20th all 6th grade students will have the opportunity to tour a local business and learn more about a career that they are interested in. 

    Buses will transport students to a local business for a one hour tour in the morning or afternoon each day.  Students will be notified on Friday, during their social studies classes, as to which tour they have been assigned.

    Students should be dressed appropriately for a walking tour and are required to wear closed toe shoes.

    **If any parent wishes that their child not participate or be photographed during the tour please contact MCMS at 242-1401.


    GIANT wants to help you make A+ School Rewards a success!
    Critical to the success of your school's program is the number of designations you establish. As you remind parents to designate, you may also encourage them to recruit family, friends, neighbors and coworkers to support your school with their designation.

    MCMS is continuing to collect Box Tops for education. Please send in box tops with your student. Box Tops should be turned in to homeroom teachers.

    Click here to REGISTER


    Written excuses for an absence must be submitted to the student’s homeroom teacher or the main office within three (3) school days from the last date of absence. Failure to do so will result in the absence(s) being recorded as unlawful.
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