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Week at a Glance Jan. 16-Jan.20, 2017

Monument Valley Regional Middle School Week at a Glance and News and Notes January 16-January 20, 2017   Note from the Principal: I am amazed by our middle schoolers.  This is an important time in life, the journey from ten years to fourteen.  They come to us as older kids and bloom into young adults.  It is a time of changes, from academic to social, with interests, friends and passions shifting.  I love watching each of your children develop.  And I share this with our faculty—this is why we love middle school.  This week has been a typical one for Monument Valley, with students busy, hunkered down for work, but also running around or quietly talking in library at recess.  Students are involved in a lot of different activities from mentoring to gaming or book club, band, chorus, orchestra, and a wealth of formal and informal connections.  I love seeing the student take a few minutes with a trusted teacher to check in, get support or get that little push for more.  We have a dedicated faculty who give their all every day, and the students feel that in the myriad ways that we connect with them.  A very important part of the week is our Wednesday morning Advisory, where small groups get to check in and talk about important things for middle schoolers.  It really cements our community and helps our students make sense of this childhood journey.   Enjoy this long weekend, and get out in the sun when it shines! Ben Doren Principal Week at a Glance: Monthly Lunch Menu: http://mvrms.bhrsd.org/food/lunch/ Monday, January 9 No School: Martin Luther King day Tuesday, January 10 Regular School Day... read more

Week at a Glance Jan. 9-13, 2017

Monument Valley Regional Middle School Week at a Glance and News and Notes January 9-January 13, 2017 Note from the Principal: Welcome back and Happy New Year!  We had a great week back.  It was very productive, as the students returned ready to go.  So thank you for giving them a good break and setting them up for success. Have a great weekend, and we are looking forward to having them back on Monday! Ben Doren Principal Week at a Glance: Monthly Lunch Menu: http://mvrms.bhrsd.org/food/lunch/   Monday, January 9 Regular School Day After school newspaper 2:45-3:30 Tuesday, January 10 Regular School Day Wednesday, January 11 Regular School Day Thursday, January 12 Regular School Day Friday, January 13 Regular School Day Important Information: Good news from the yearbook The sale for personalized yearbooks has been extended!  Go to jostens.com and order your yearbook today. Add custom touches like your name, icons and more.  Last year, the yearbooks sold out and some students were unable to purchase one. Reserve your copy today! Quebec trip mandatory meeting There will be mandatory meeting for all students traveling to Québec on Thursday, January 12 during lunch and recess.  Students should bring their lunch to Madame Elliott’s room immediately after E period.   Also, reminder to parents:  the final balance for the trip is due by  March 15.  You may pay in installments if you wish. Make checks payable to Immersion Tours. Merci! Physical Education sneaker reminder Please remind students that they are required to have sneakers for all PE classes.  In this snowy and cold season many students come to school with boots or other footwear.  If so, make sure they have a pair of... read more

MM Spartones serenade the 5th graders!

Before the winter break, fifth graders were privileged to hear the MMRHS Spartones during their lunch time. What a treat! Thank you Spartones and Ms. Bickford for the unique pleasure. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5MsHHk_w_pMRXo2cnJaOUhNaGs/view https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5MsHHk_w_pMeUdhcDREYmpGblE/view  ... read more

Week at a Glance January 2-6, 2017

Monument Valley Regional Middle School Week at a Glance and News and Notes January 2-January 6, 2017 Note from the Principal: We have made it to our winter break.  Please enjoy the time away from school with friends and family.  This is a great opportunity to reflect and recharge for the adults in our learning community.  It is also important for the students as they get a break from the routine, and have some time to themselves without the regular school routine.  As always, please encourage creative and physical activities for them, and always encourage them to read, read, read.  The library or a museum and a hike are all great vacation activities. Have a great break and Happy New Year!!! Ben Doren Principal Week at a Glance: Monthly Lunch Menu: http://mvrms.bhrsd.org/food/lunch/   Monday, January 2 No School: New Year’s Day holiday observed Tuesday, January 3 Regular School Day Wednesday, January 4 Regular School Day Thursday, January 5 Regular School Day Friday, January 6 Regular School Day Important Information: Physical Education sneaker reminder Please remind students that they are required to have sneakers for all PE classes.  In this snowy and cold season many students come to school with boots or other footwear.  If so, make sure they have a pair of sneakers to wear for PE. For Grade 7 Students – Memo from the MV Health Office:  Annual Vision and Postural Screenings for grade 7 are scheduled to take place Thursday January 12th, 2017. Students with a recent physical exam report on file here at school are exempt, as are parent requests to opt-out. Please contact Pat Harper with any questions  644-2324; or patricia.harper@bhrsd.org.     Thank you.   Yearbook... read more