SMS Announcements-Friday, Jan. 7th-B Day
WORDS OF THE WEEK
abandon, frivolous, contemporary, dramatic, exploit
CODING CLUB CANCELLED TODAY, JAN. 7
PLEASE CHECK LOST AND FOUND
All remaining items will be donated after Semester 1 (January 14th).
Congratulations to everyone involved in the 7th Grade Spring Play!
All cast, including stage managers, please meet after school on Monday, January 10th in the Cafeteria. We will have an informational meeting an our first read-through
Crew- your schedule will be sent to you on Monday. You do not need to attend the read-through, but be on the lookout for your first rehearsal time.
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Remember that we meet every Monday for the month of January and February during our normal hours. This week begins our Summit Competition to form our competitive team for upcoming regional chapter competition in February. See you on Monday! – Mr. Skinner and Ms. Lewis
STUDENT BOOK VLOG
Are you always looking for what book to read next? If so, check out this book recommendation vlog created by Natalie Miller and Delia Kilborn, for their ELP humanities project! The vlog has several different categories so you have lots of books to choose from. Check back frequently, as we will be adding more videos often! Thanks so much and happy reading!
SUMMIT GSA MEETING
Summit GSA will meet every Thursday from 3 – 3:30 in room 226. Please contact Mrs. Brock or Mrs. Heston with any questions.
Anyone interested in signing up to play in the SMS Wiffleball Tournament which begins Wednesday, January 12th after school, please contact Johnston Community Education or the SMS front desk with questions.
Will meet on Thursday, January 13 after school in Mrs. Barlow’s room.
7th Grade Swim Team
Students in 7th grade (boys and girls) interested in swim team, should click the Google link below and complete the form. Middle school swim team will start in February, and the season ends just before spring break. Students and parents will be sent an informational email in December and again in January.
FROM THE LIBRARY
Featured Book of the Week:
The Brave is about a boy named Collin who has a rare OCD condition where he counts all the letters in the words that anyone speaks to him. It makes him a target for bullies at his school, so his dad decides to send him to Minnesota to live with his mother. He’s never met his mom before, and she is Ojibwe and lives on a reservation. Can Collin build a relationship with his mother? Does his OCD condition get better? I loved this book, and it was a late addition to my Top Ten Books I read this year!