Monday, December 9 & Tuesday, December 10
The menu choices for Monday and Tuesday have been changed.
Monday's Menu Choices
Country Fried Steak or Navajo Taco
Tuesday's Menu Choices
Hot Dog Wrap or Hamburger
We are going to start a contest amongst the grades. The classes that give their home reading the most 'heave ho' will get a trophy in their rooms for the month. For those mateys in the winning class that helped win the prize (students that recorded their reading days), there will be additional loot! They will get a fun school supply to help them with their studies. We will have three shipshape classes each month! Remember to read every day and report your reading to the Road to Success website. (Ask your teacher for a registration code.)
November Class Winners
5th/6th Grade: Jenkins
3rd/4th Grade: Hellstrom
1st/2nd Grade: Zipperer
Midland Choir Members and Parents,
Here is a list of dates that we would like you to be aware of as we approach the Holiday Season. Please note that our first performance is this coming Monday.
Monday Nov. 25 6:15 Roy Lighting Ceremony (please meet- 6:00 @ Roy Fire Station)
Tuesday Nov. 26 No practice
Tuesday Dec. 3 3:10 Practice- 5th and 6th Graders
Thursday Dec. 5 3:10 Practice- 4th Graders
Tuesday Dec. 10 3:10 Practice- all choir members
Thursday Dec. 12 3:10 Practice- all choir members
Monday Dec. 16 6:00 Performance for family members @ Midland Elementary
Tuesday Dec. 17 7:00 Performance at Christmas Village, Ogden. Meet at 6:45 by the amphitheater (25th St and Washington Blvd.)
Thanks for your support of Midland Elementary and the Choir.
Mrs. Colleen Smith & Mrs. Holly Daines
Canned Food & Money Drive
November 18th-November 22nd
Midland Elementary is holding a "Stuff the Turkey" canned food and money drive. Canned food items and spare change are being collected the week of November 18-22. All food and money will be donated to needy families during the upcoming holiday season.
This is a contest between the grades. Each $1 donated will count as two cans of food. The winning grade will receive a prize.
Great work Panthers!!!
We reached our Box Tops goal for the month of October, which means the whole school will be having a 'Panther Pajama Day' on November 18th. Please mark your calendars.
from the Utah State Office of Education:
We have a new resource to pilot in the Pioneer Library, and we would like your input.
myON Offers Access to Thousands of Enhanced Digital Books
Through the Utah Reads! initiative, students and their families across the state will have unlimited access to reading material onmyON, giving families an opportunity to share rich literacy experiences together.
Red Ribbon Week will be October 28th through November 1st. The theme is "A Healthy Me is Drug Free." Students will participate in a variety of activities.
Posters for the poster contest are due October 24th.
Theme: A Health Me is Drug Free
Lunch Activity: Tie ribbons on the fence
We are having a great year here at Midland Elementary!! We have had some great activities and are excited for the fun things planned in the coming months. Every Wednesday we have Panther Pride Day; this is when the students wear their Midland shirts or school colors of blue and grey. We are selling school shirts with a fun new design this year.
For our safety protocol practice for the month of October, we will be practicing an evacuation to our alternate location. On October 24th, weather permitting, at 9:30 a.m., we will evacuate the school building and have the students walk to the LDS Church located at 2950 West and 4425 South. After the students reach the church, we will have them return to the school and complete the rest of the day as usual.
Make a poster to represent this year's Drug-Free theme: "A Healthy Me Is Drug Free."
Turn in your finished poster to the office by Thursday afternoon, October 24th.
Prizes for winners and all participants.
Providing a safe learning environment for students is our number one priority. A critical ingredient in the safe school recipe is the classroom response to an incident at school. Weather events, fire, accidents, intruders and other threats to student safety are scenarios that are planned and trained for by students, teachers, staff, and administration.