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THANK YOU MEF!

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The Physical Education department would like to thank the Moreland Educational Foundation for supporting the "Super Stang" program at our school. Due to the support of M.E.F., we have been able to continue our program by rewarding our top students in the P.E. department. The "Super Stang" program is designed to honor the top boy and girl from each P.E. teacher's class on a monthly basis. The student's are rewarded with a t-shirt for their excellent attitudes, superior effort and hard work. M.E.F. has been supporting programs like ours for years and they help make Moreland Middle School a "Super" place to be.              

Thanks Again M.E.F!

 

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MARCH NEWSLETTER
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Posted by: Judy Bush
Published: 2/27/15

HOMEWORK CLUB IS OPEN!

HOMEWORK CLUB IS OPEN!

8TH GRADE FIELD TRIP TO SAN JOSE STATE

 
 
 
8TH GRADE FIELD TRIP TO SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY
MARCH 26TH/27TH
 
The Moreland School District is funding a college field trip for our 8th grade students. Information and a persmission slip is going home this week. Please return the completed permission slip by Friday, March 20th.
 
The field trip includes:
A tour of SJSU
A college information session
Lunch

 

Got PBL??

We're so thrilled to have Moreland Middle 8th graders from Ms. Reichmuth's core present their Project Based Learning (PBL) unit at the March 24th Board Meeting. With guest Elizabeth Gibbons, Campbell Council Member, students presented their extraordinary work to the question, "How do social injustices affect us and how can I contribute to greater social justice?"Cristen Reichmuths Class 03.jpg
 

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS

 

PENNIES FOR PATIENTS FUNDRAISER

to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

March 11 -27th

Did you know that leukemia causes almost one-third of all cancer deaths in children and adolescents younger than 15 years of age?

Moreland students are participating in the Pennies for Patients Leukemia and Lymphoma Society fundraiser. Please donate your pennies (and dollars!) to help fight these diseases.

Students received collection boxes last week and are competing in weekly classroom fundraising competitions. You may send donations with your student or you may donate to MMS (and your child's classroom) online. Here is the link: http://www.schoolandyouth.org/ - click donate now and select Morelent Middle School.   Thanks for your help.


 


 

Skateboards

Skateboards -  The skateboard lockers are now available for student use.  Students are allowed to bring skateboards to school as a mode of transportation.  Student are to abide by the rules or consequences will be given.

 

  1. Skateboard must be stored in a locker. In the event the lockers are full, they are to carry them to the office or a teachers room (only if allowed).

  2. Students must provide their own lock.

  3. When on campus, skateboards must be carried.  No riding allowed.  This includes the sidewalks on Student Lane, Fallbrook and Castro.

  4. The school does not accept responsibility for skateboards that are stolen.

  5. Skateboards not taken home at the end of the day will have the lock cut and privileges revoked.

 

If any of these rules are broken consequences will be enforced and they may lose the privileges of bringing a skateboard to school.  

 

 

5TH GRADE INFORMATION

                                         WELCOME FUTURE MUSTANGS

                                      IMPORTANT DATES

 

6th GRADE ORIENTATION ----- AUGUST 13, 2015   9:00-11:00 a.m.  Community Center Gym

                                   MORE INFORMATION WILL BE MAILED HOME BEGINNING OF AUGUST.

 

 

                                                                                              

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Calendar of Events

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Girls Volleyball 2015

 

February 26-Rolling Hills (8th Away)

March 3- Redwood (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 4-EDS (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 5th-Price (6th/7th Away, 8th Away)

All games will be at Price due to District Band concert

March 10th- Campbell (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 11th- Rolling Hills (6th/7th Home)

March 12th-CT English (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 17th- Dartmouth (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 18th- Fisher (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 19th-BYE

March 24th-Union (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 26th- Monroe (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

Playoffs if Necessary

Semi-Finals March 31st

6th grade and 8th B team

Semi-Finals April 1st

7th Grade and 8th A team

Finals April 2nd

 

 

Boys Soccer 2015

February 26-Rolling Hills (6th/7th Home,8th Away)

March 3- Redwood (6th/7th Home)

March 4-EDS (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 5th-Price (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 10th- Campbell (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 11th- Redwood (8th Away)

March 12th-CT English (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 17th- Dartmouth (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

March 18th- Fisher (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 19th-BYE

March 24th-Union (6th/7th Home, 8th Away)

March 26th- Monroe (6th/7th Away, 8th Home)

 

Playoffs if Necessary

 

Semi-Finals March 31st

7th Grade

Semi-Finals April 1st

8th Grade

Finals April 2nd

 
 

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