Puma Prints Park Place Middle School PRINCIPAL Terry Cheshire [email protected] ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Joel Garrison [email protected] ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Kristie Hilson [email protected] OFFICE MANAGER Lisa Johnson [email protected] ASB/ATTENDANCE SECRETARY Jeanette Barr [email protected] ATTENDANCE/ATHLETIC SECRETARY Ruby Avalos [email protected] PTSA CONTACT REP. Randie Baker [email protected] (425) 308-9057 COUNSELORS Jennifer Garcia [email protected] Elsa Trabanino [email protected] INTERVENTIONIST Sandra Olson [email protected] COUNSELING SECRETARY Dianne Brainard [email protected] Office 360.804.4300 FAX 360.804.4399 Counseling Office 360.804.4303 Health Room 360.804.4332 Website Address www.monroe.wednet.edu Toll Free Line 800.282.7818 Attendance Line 360-804-4301 Address 1408 W. Main Street Monroe, WA 98272 April 2, 2015 Happy Spring – Park Place Families! This Friday marks the end of our 3rd Quarter and the English Language Arts (ELA) portion of the SBAC (state) Testing, and the beginning of Spring Break. Park Place Middle School will finish the Math SBAC Testing towards the end of April, and 8th graders will also take the Science MSP. Even though many already have their sights on summer or the next school year, there is still much learning to do in the 2014-15 school year. Earlier in the year, in the Puma Prints, Mr. Cheshire suggested ways to encourage and work with your middle school student at home. These suggestions and tips are just as relevant now as in September. Sitting down with your child to discuss their “learning’s” from the day, keeping their backpack organized, monitoring assignments/grades via Skyward, and tracking work through their agendas are great ways to monitor and assist your student to be more successful in school. Park Place Middle School continues to have extended learning opportunities. Puma Time, Friday ZAP, and working lunches are places where students can access staff for extra help and complete work. Attendance is also key to academic success. Research finds that missing as few as 10 days a year in middle school reduces academic achievement in math and reading, and reduces the likelihood of graduating high school to 76% (https://getschooled.com/dashboard/tool/343attendance-counts). When students are frequently absent, teachers struggle to provide the makeup work in a meaningful way that supports the student’s learning. When we return from Spring Break, we are excited about Spring Quarter at Park Place Middle School which will include Track Meets, the STEM Expo, finding our next year’s ASB officers, and our 8th Grade WEB Leaders. Thank you in your continued efforts in partnership in working with your student. Enjoy the break – we’ll see you all back on April 13th! Kristie Hilson-Assistant Principal Look for the next edion of the Puma Prints on April 16, 2015 Youth Suicide Prevenon Program (YSPP) Meeng Tonight Thurs. April 2nd 6:30-8:00pm In PPMS Commons-childcare provided Noce of Non-Discriminaon The Monroe School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, naonal origin, age, honorable discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientaon including gender expression or identy, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and acvies and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle quesons and complaints of alleged discriminaon: Title IX Coordinator, Jusn Blasko (360.804.2539), Secon 504/ADA Coordinator, Ginnie Ayres (360.804.2558), and Compliance Coordinator, Joanne Dickinson (360.805.2532). IMPORTANT NOTICE EXTRA..EXTRA..READ ALL ABOUT IT TESTING INFORMATION Thank you for making the English Language Arts (ELA) SBAC state tesng such a success. The next round of tesng for the Math poron of the SBAC are as follows: April 21, 22, 23 and April 28, 29, and 30. Please remember…. do not schedule vacaons, appointments (including ortho), or early dismissals during the tesng windows. We are unable to interrupt tesng for messages or parent pick up. ***An addional tesng reminder for 8th graders...the 8th grade Measurement of Student Progress (MSP) science tesng is Tuesday, May 5th. *** Community Noces (The following informaon can be found in the “community noces” secon of the Monroe School District website at www.monroe.wednet.edu) - YMCA Machine Pitch Baseball - YMCA Rookie and Little Rookie T-Ball - YMCA Culinary Kids - YMCA Kids Art Class - YMCA Healthy Kids Day - SVVC-Fusion Volleyball Youth Camp - 4th - 6th graders - SVVC-Fusion Volleyball MS Camp - incoming 7th and 8th graders - SVVC-Fusion HS Prep Volleyball Camp - Friends of Hidden River STEM Summer Camp - YMCA Parents with Positive Discipline - YMCA Miracle League Baseball - Camp Invention - Northshore Youth Soccer Spring Soccer Camp - Northshore Youth Soccer Spring Development Academy - Camp Killoqua Spring Camp - Free Tax Preparation at Park Place Middle - YMCA Swim Lesson Schedule - YMCA Adaptive Cooking & Art Class - Sky Valley Education Center "Little Women - the Musical" - Sky Valley Indian Education 11th Annual Traditional Pow Wow - WSHSBVA Boys Volleyball Tournament - Shack Art Center Classes PRINCIPAL CHAT Don’t’ miss the next principal chat. Come and have coﬀee and conversaon with principal Terry Cheshire on Tuesday, April 28th. Parent Pick Up/Vising Policy The Monroe Public Schools maintain a safe and orderly environment. Our district policy procedures are in place to ensure this happens. It is district policy that ALL visitors register at the main oﬃce upon their arrival. They must receive permission from the principal and/or administrator to be on campus. All approved visitors will be issued a badge that must be worn during the visit. If a visitor/parent wishes to observe or enter a classroom, a me shall be arranged aer the principal/ teacher have conferred. Therefore, if you need to pick up your child, speak to, or bring something for your child, we will send a note for your child to come to the oﬃce at the end of the class period. A parent entering classrooms without permission from the principal/ administrator is against school district policy. Although we make every eﬀort to deliver, messages for early release, change of plan bus notes and messages are not guaranteed to get to your child if received less than 20 minutes prior to the last bell. This is to maximize learning me and minimize disrupons as teachers are instrucng unl the ﬁnal bell. CLOTHING DONATIONS FOR HEALTH ROOM We need clothing donaons--speciﬁcally pants (sweats are best)--sizes for small 6th graders to adult size. And some new underwear, if possible. Thank You ASB ELECTIONS Park Place Middle School ASB speeches and elecons for 2015-2016 school year are Thursday, April 16th. Best of Luck to all candidates. BE ON THE LOOK OUT Report cards are going home with students Friday, April 17th. Wow...nice Job Taylor Ivy. Taylor displays his self made handcraed checker/chess board he created in his Tech Ed class. Mrs. Garbu’s Class Acon Congratulaons to Mrs. Garbu’s class who parcipated in the “Kick Bus Day”. March 18 was Kick Bus Day, a naonal day of acvism that empowers youth to stand out, speak up, and seize control against Big Tobacco with one powerful message: We’re #NotAReplacement for the nearly half a million Americans killed by smoking each year. MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS GO PUMAS! Season 4 Quick shout out to Season 3 Girls Basketball and Wrestling for their great season wrap up. Good Job! Season 4-Track Kicks Off Monday, March 30th Practices dates for 3/30-4/17 are Monday-Thursday 2:30-4PM Friday 1:50-3PM *All Practices are held at the Memorial Stadium Field in Monroe. There will be no practices the week of Spring Break April 6th-10th. Complete track meet schedule is available online at the Monroe School District Website at www.monroe.wednet.edu. All home meets are held at Monroe High School. GO PUMA TRACK! As always, if you have any questions, please contact us. Joe Delp-Athletic Director 360-804-4105 Ruby Avalos-Athletic Secretary 360-804-4307 HIV/AIDS Curriculum Information Students in grades 6-8 receive information about Human Sexuality every year. This instruction is part of the Monroe Public Schools' Health Curriculum. Students also receive instruction about the prevention of HIV/ AIDS. Families are encouraged to talk with youth at home about these important subjects. Educating our youth is best achieved when schools and parents work together as partners. Parents have always been encouraged to preview curriculum materials specific to each grade level. Parents who wish to exclude their children from participation in the Human Sexuality unit and/or the HIV/AIDS health curriculum must review the materials and complete an exclusion form. These forms are available in the main office at your child's school. To review the materials please contact Heidi Dalton at Student Services Department located at the Administration Building, 200 East Fremont Street in Monroe, (360) 804-2600. Send in your Box Tops and Labels for Education! The 6th period class that sends in the most labels by May 1st will earn a Root beer Float party during Puma Period. 1. Find & Clip labels on hundreds of products. 2. Put them in an envelope or baggie marked with your student’s name Support PPMS when you shop locally! It’s easy and it’s free! LOST AND FOUND REMINDER Please remind your child to check the lost and found located in the commons before April 14th. Thereafter the items will be sent for YOU CAN HELP PARK PLACE MIDDLE PTSA EARN DONATIONS JUST BY SHOPPING WITH YOUR F RED M EYER R EWARDS C ARD ! donation. To link your TOP Connecon Card to our school go to www.top-foods.com and click on the “School Bucks” logo. Enter your informaon and select Park Place Middle School from a drop-down menu of opons, then click “Submit”– it’s that simple. The school of your choice is linked to your TOP Connecon Card unl May 15 each year. Ask your friends and family to link their TOP Connecon Card to our school, too. They don’t even have to live near our school, they just have to link their Card and shop at their local TOP store (or Haggen’s). The more people linked to our school, the more money our school can earn! STEM EXPOSITION-Wed. May 6th 5-7pm at MHS Fred Meyer is donating $2.5 million per year to non-proits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give. Here’s how the program works: 1.) Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Park Place Middle School PTSA at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. You Students will have the opportunity to present their Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) project to the public at the District Learning Expo on May 6th at Monroe High School. Middle level students can also see the displays of high school students and the district courses and programs that are available. can search for us by our name or by our nonproit number 85324. 2.) Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping Park Place Middle School PTSA earn a donation! You still earn your Rewards Points, Fuel Points, and Rebates, just as you do today. 3.) If you do not have a Rewards Card, they are available at the Customer Service desk of any Fred Meyer store. Calling all 8th Grade Parents of the Class of 2019! The 8th grade party for the Monroe School District will be held at Monroe High School on June 12, 2015 in the evening. A group of parents have been meeting monthly to plan the party. If you would like to become involved in the process please contact Christine Conradt. Many hands make light work. We will work with whatever amount of time you have to offer to help make this party a success and send off our 8th graders in style. If you have any questions contact our PPMS Chair, Christine Conradt at [email protected] There is also a Facebook page set up for the Class of 2019: https:/www.facebook.com/ MHS2019Bearcats or look on Instagram MHS2019BEARCATS. PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR MONTH OF MARCH Park Place is recognizing perfect aendance by month. All students with perfect aendance will have their names listed in the school newsleer and one randomly selected student will receive a small prize. Rey Mendez was chosen for March. Congratulaons to the 208 students with perfect aendance for the month of March. David Aaby Paige Aagaard Joseph Adams Zoe Adams Ben Addicott Taif Ahmed Rachel Albaugh Alexa Ambriz Hannah Andrus Signi Aranda-Renteria John Atkinson Jaiden Atterbury Silvestre Barajas Madyson Barker Fernanda Barraza Ian Bernardo Olivia Blackwell Austyn Boekel Faith Boevers Benson Boone Kelsey Borland Kaetlynn Bowersox Lucas Bradley Alyssa Bruce Parker Butterfield Jazlyn Cablitas Chloe Campbell Daniela Carmona Javier Castillejos Efton Chism III Esteban Cisneros-Nunez Mason Clark James Clothier Hadden Comer Hannah Comer Carsyn Creswell Mackenzie Cysewski Chancelor D'Ancicco Donovan Davis Stephanie Davison Madison Day Abigail Dayley Sierra Dayley Aiden Dazey Sugei De La Sancha Kai Denninghoff Trent Dewey Abigail Dill Samantha Hancock Adam Dill Erika Hanson Jalyn Dodd Hannah Harris Lance Dolphin-Weiss Nathaniel Harrison Miriam Dominguez Alyssa Donaldson Harley Hatch Jarrett Fannin Roman Hatch Isabell Faulds Elizabeth Hedden Morgan Fisher Veronica Heib Peyton Fisher Sara Hemingway Alexandra Flores-Arriaga Victoria Henderson Sarah Folz Miranda Henshaw Nadeea Forbes Shelby Henshaw Garrett Fuller Esmeralda Hernandez Kalea Funston Gabriella Horvath Collin Furr Cole House Emmanuel Ibarez-Nogueda Jorge Garcia Maya Garcia-Ochoa Malachi Iodice Eric Garcia-Ortiz Kylie Jackson Maelyn George Mason Jeffrey Ethyan Gertschitz Edwin Jimenez-Jimenez Braeden Giaconi Blake Keyser Patrick Giner Ethan Keyser Joshua Gochnauer Devyn Kinison Giselle Gonzalez Brynja Kirby Jacqueline Gonzalez Gage Kirschenmann Jose Gonzalez Jacob Klein Azucena Gonzalez-Rodriguez Luke Klein Jenna Grady Kacie Kline George Green Ryan Knox Diana Montiel-Jimenez Matthew Kovacevich Keaton Kryger Ashton Moody Cole Lance Ryan Moore Azucena Lazaro-Gibbs Viviana Morales-Perez Rachel Lehto Carmen Munoz Paul Lemay Evelyn Navarrete Michael LeVine Garrett Negrete Dylan Limbocker Kaitlyn Ness Liana Lobchinskiy Justin Neufang Ruvim Lobchinskiy Aidan Neumann Jonathan Madrigal-Martinez Lizbeth Nogales Nalizha Magana Jaden Oliva Luis Magana-Duarte Jesus Ordonez Andrea Malagon Stephen Osterday Hector Maldonado Luis Padilla Melissa Maldonado Carmen Munoz Mariely Martinez Evelyn Navarrete Adan Martinez-Ramirez Garrett Negrete Nicolas Masset Kaitlyn Ness Jacob May Justin Neufang Alex McCartney Aidan Neumann Maria Medina Lizbeth Nogales Rey Mendez Jaden Oliva Audrey Michaelsen Jesus Ordonez Patrick Miles Stephen Osterday Cassidy Miller Luis Padilla Yesenia Partida-Garcia Milo Mitchell Thomas Miyoshi Christian Pate Bryan Molina Skyler Persons Daniel Monice Hailey Petty Kelsey Philp Szander Pouv Makenna Pratley Hunter Price Swanson Garrett Ranz Sophia Reasoner Carter Rice Alexander Ritzie Anasztazia Ritzie Gabriel Robinson Izaac Robles-Diaz Derek Ryden Chase Sager Moriah Schartung Karmen Schreeder Colton Schultz Kyle Seaman Antonio Serrano JR Rodolfo Sigala-Lopez Sabrina Simmons Kimiko Spengler Aubrey Springer Krisstyn Stanton Lynnae Strand Ian Stroem Trevor Summers Nathan Suss Zeporah Syren Joshua Tofilau Nathan Suss Zeporah Syren Joshua Tofilau Jayden Van Dyke Isabella VanDaveer Sawyer Vermeulen Enrique Villagomez-Lopez Titus Welch Erin White Hailey Wilhelm Kelsey Wilhelm Aiden Williams Lindsay Wilsey-Bacso Morgan Wilson Myah Wilson Noah Wilson Sean Woolery Jonathan Yates Zoe Yates Jennylee Zizumbo-Deltoro Luke Zmolik MAY 2015 Sun un n Mon M on Tue Wed Thu Frii Sat 1 2 dismissal missa al at 1:40 pm 3 10 4 college attire 11 college attire 5 8th grade MSP science tesng 12 6 STEM EXPO at MHS 5-7pm 13 7 8 9 dismissal at 1:40 pm 14 15 16 dismissal at 1:40 pm 17 18 college attire 19 20 21 22 23 NO SCHOOL Memorial Weekend 24 25 NO SCHOOL Memorial Weekend 26 27 Principal Chat 9 am 28 29 9 3 30 TRACK FINALS at MHS at 3:30 pm 31 April 2015 Sun Mon Tue Wed 1 Thu 2 Fri 3 Sat 4 dismissal 1:40 SBAC ELA TESTING-4/2 5 6 7 Easter Sunday 12 8 9 10 11 1 1 16 17Report Cards 18 SPRING BREAK APRIL 6-10TH 13 college attire 14 15 dismissal 1:40 19 20college attire 21 22 23 dismissal 1:40 SBAC MATH 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El Distrito Escolar de Monroe no discrimina por sexo, raza, credo, religión, color, nacionalidad, edad, veterano retirado honorablemente o condición militar, orientación sexual, incluida la expresión o identidad de género, la presencia de cualquier discapacidad sensitiva, mental o física, o por el uso de un perro de guía entrenado o animal de servicio por parte de una persona con discapacidad en sus programas y actividades, y brinda el mismo acceso al Club de niños exploradores y otros grupos para jóvenes designados. Los siguientes empleados han sido designados para encargarse de las preguntas y las quejas sobre supuestas discriminaciones: el Coordinador del Título IX: Justin Blasko (360.804.2539); la Coordinadora de la Sección 504/ADA: Ginnie Ayres (360.804.2558); y la Coordinadora del cumplimiento: Joanne Dickinson (360.805.2532).
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