Midland Elementary School Annual Aquatic Center Activity
Thursday, August 28, 2014, 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
Our Aquatic Center Day is scheduled for Thursday, August 28th from 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. We would like to share some information concerning the swim activity.
All of 1st – 6th grade will be attending this activity. If you do not want your student to attend, it is the parent's responsibility to check them out of school before 11:45 a.m. Students will be walking to and from the pool. Students and faculty will leave the school at 12:00 p.m. We will leave the pool to walk back to the school at 2:30 p.m. Faculty and staff will assist students in crossing 4800 S.
If you are taking your child home from the pool, or want your child to go home with another adult, send written permission to the teacher that morning.
There will be two schools at the center during the afternoon session. Faculty and staff from both will be on watch at the activity, as well as lifeguards representing Roy Aquatic Center. With all this help we feel that no additional adult help will be needed. For the safety of the children, only Roy Aquatic and school personnel will be allowed in the swimming pool areas.
Please read the following rules:
Come and check out the PTA at back to school night!
Vote for this year's t-shirt logo and learn about discounts available with your membership!
Officers for 2014-2015:
President- Anissa Hemmer
Secretary- Amy Keovilay
Treasurer- Dina Blue
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The Treehouse Museum in Ogden (347 E 22nd St) will be holding a Kindergarten Celebration on August 16 from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Throughout the day, there will be free outside activities and indoor exhibits about literacy and numeracy for families to enjoy.
To see a map:
The start of school is rapidly approaching. Many are busy shopping for school clothes, shoes, and supplies. Class letters have been sent from the school and students know the class they will be in.
The start of school also means it is time to complete registration. Below is a list of documents that are usually copied and distributed at Back-to-School Night. In an effort to streamline the process, these documents are now available online.
A couple items will need to be printed out, completed, and returned to the school. Several will only need to be read. A few apply to only a few families or individuals.
Please look at this list carefully and complete those items that are necessary for you and your student(s).
The 5th and 6th grade teachers have challenged their incoming students to complete a summer homework packet. This packet includes the Superintendent Math Fluency Fun, Superintendent Summer Reading, and 10 weeks of math packets.
The 6th grade teachers expect ALL students to complete the fluency fun and summer reading.
Below are links to the packets:
Students going into:
Have a great summer.
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.)
The reflections theme for the 2014-2015 school year is:
"The World Would Be A Better Place If..."
Maybe your family's activities and travels this summer will inspire your student to create something for the contest!
The categories are:
For more information go to: www.utahpta.org/reflections