November 3, 2014 7:30-11:30, 12:30-5:30
6th grade parents, Conferences are different at the middle school. You will be choosing a 50 minute window to come and speak with all of your child's academic teachers. You will have an opportunity to speak with each teacher for about 5 minutes privately in their classroom. Then you go on to another teacher. You set your priority. For example, shortest line/ most concerned/ excited about the subject/ need clarification.
You may register by:
turing in the form brought home with your child or attached.
completing the google form
If you have any questions, contact Ms. Smolarek, 6th grade team leader.
7th grade parents, please visit our parent conference website to register for a time to visit your student's teachers. More information and details for registration are included on the website.
8th grade parents, Meet your teacher in the cafetorium. Parents can come at any time, no sign-up required.
Two GMHS IB students, Douglas Bossart and Zach Welch, are sharing their love of math by piloting a math enrichment program for 6th graders at MEHMS.
This nationwide program, MATHCOUNTS, is designed to help hone students’ abilities to solve interesting and challenging math problems collaboratively and to compete in a local math competition.
The after school program will meet on Thursdays from 3:20-4:30 from September through early December. (Students can take the late bus home.)
Students should have a strong interest in math. The course is free of charge.
The Spirit of Innovation!
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is for students who want to take their interest in technology one step further - and have fun, meet new people and perhaps get the chance to travel.
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is an international student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA’s membership includes over 180,000 middle and high school students in 2,000 schools spanning 48 states.