Our staff came out in full-attire for this Black History Spirit Week.
From wearing their African Inspired Garb, to our Wednesday Blackout, and finishing off with an homage to their HBCUs, these staff members showed unity, purpose, and the responsibility to share culture, awareness, and history with our students.
At the bottom of the page you'll see a gallery of all the doors decorated throughout the school, as well as a video version of the presentation given to our students.
GEORGIA HEALTH SURVEY
Each year, the state of Georgia requires students to complete a Student Wellness Survey.
The survey is offered at no cost and provides Georgia public school districts (and private schools that wish to participate) with a measurement system to satisfy all requirements under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.
The GSHS for middle and high school students covers various topics such as school climate and safety, graduation, school dropouts, alcohol and drug use, bullying and harassment, suicide, nutrition, and sedentary behaviors.
All student survey data is anonymous and self-reported.
Survey results are available at the school, district and state levels.
Parents have the opportunity for their students to Opt-Out of the Student Wellness Survey (This form should be filled out only if you do NOT want them to participate).
In-person students will be given a copy of the Opt-Out Letter to be filled out and returned.
Attached you will find the Opt-Out Letter if your student misplaces the physical copy, or is a virtual student.
Please send the letter to your student's LAUNCH teacher
Parents also have the opportunity to look over the survey beforehand. A copy of the survey is available in the front office for any interested party.
The survey will be completed on Monday, March 1st.
MMG T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST
NEXT LEVEL TUTORING
Tuesday - Thursday beginning on February 2ndand runs for the remainer of the year. A Parent/Student Commitment Contract will be required as both parents and students must agree to attend consistently and complete work as tutor instructs.
2:45- 4:30 pm; No early drop off for virtual students. As soon as students arrive, they are to report straight to their assigned class.
Free to all 7th and 8th grade students.
Many students will be assigned. However, parents may request sessions. To request a slot, email Tammie Roach email@example.com. Include Student’s name, grade, requested area of tutoring.
Assistance offered in the following:
Carnegie Credit Courses- Physical Science, Spanish I & II, French I & II, Alg I, and Accelerated Alg/Geom
Math- Math 7, Math 8, Accelerated Math 7/8
Generalized Studies- ELA 7 & 8, Science 7 & 8, Social Studies 7 and Georgia Studies 8
If you're looking to stay involved in the school as your student moves through middle school, this is the opportunity for you!
The Marietta Middle Grades PTSA is looking for volunteers interested in becoming a part of the MMG PTSA Board next year. If you have an upcoming 6th, 7th, or 8th grader in MCS, we could use you on our board. The following positions are open:
Co-Vice President (2)
If you're interested in serving a committee and would like further information on what the position would entail, please reach out to Elizabeth Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Si está buscando mantenerse involucrado en la escuela a medida que su estudiante pasa a la escuela secundaria, ¡esta es la oportunidad para usted!
La PTSA de Marietta Middle Grades está buscando voluntarios interesados en formar parte de la Junta de la PTSA de MMG el próximo año. Si tiene un próximo alumno de sexto, séptimo u octavo grado en MCS, podríamos usarlo en nuestra junta. Las siguientes posiciones están abiertas:
Si está interesado en servir a un comité y desea obtener más información sobre lo que implicaría el puesto, comuníquese con Elizabeth Phillips al email@example.com.
We want to congratulate Tejas Kadadi for his excellence in the STEM Field.
In addition to a first place win at the Cobb Paulding Regional Science & Engineering Fair and moving on the the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair, Tejas was selected as a Nominee for the 2021 Broadcom MASTERS® (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars), a program of Society for Science. Only the top 10% of middle school projects nationwide are invited to apply online for the national competition. Just receiving a nomination is a huge honor and amazing achievement!
On Thursday, we celebrated the Historicall Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) of America. Not only are they the Alma Mater of our staff and of celebrated members of our community - in the regional, state, and even national level, but also the hopeful homes of some of our students.
Students had the opportunity to display their own appreciation for HBCUs by wearing the gear of their hopeful schools, or those that family members attend or attended.
ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY RESOURCES
MCS families and staff have access to priority registration and a dedicated, convenient location for a COVID test. Tests are available for any MCS student, staff member, or family member who wants to be tested. Appointments are required and the cost of the test is covered by most insurance. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit: www.bit.ly/mcstesting
The Marietta Police Athletic League cordially invites you to join us for the Fifth Annual Marietta Shamrock Shuffle Virtual 5K, from March 6th, 6am through March 13th, 12 noon.
Please also mark your calendar for the Pot of Gold Celebration following the race on Saturday, March 13, 2021 from 4-6pm at the Rugby ATL Field in Marietta. This event will be a fun opportunity for race participants, sponsors and supporters to celebrate the end of the race in a safe, socially distanced environment.