• Happy Trackout & Good Luck Next Year!

    Posted by Trina Mauder on 6/26/2022

    Happy Trackout! We made it to the end of the year!! You have all grown so much and I was honored to be your teacher this past year. Thank you for all the laughs and memories!

     

    To my 8th graders, best of luck in high school! You are prepared and will do great! Enjoy it, get involved, and try new things!

     

    To my 7th graders, you now have big shoes to fill as leaders of this school. You are ready for this job though!

     

    To my 6th graders, you made it through your 1st year of middle school! Congratulations! Now be nice to our next group of 6th graders and help show them the way!

     

    I will miss you all so much as I move to Salem Middle next year. You will always be my kids though, no matter where we are! If you ever need anything, my email is still the same. Best of luck in everything your futures hold! <3 Mrs. Mauder

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  • Final Days! June 20-27

    Posted by Trina Mauder on 6/19/2022

    We only have 6 more days left this school year! Our last day of school is Monday, June 27. With testing and end of year celebrations we have some different schedules, so I may not see you everyday. When we do have class, it will be your choice of activity! Let's have fun and end the year on a positive note!

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  • PE: June 13-17

    Posted by Trina Mauder on 6/10/2022

    This is our final PE week of the year!! EOG/EOC testing is also taking place this week for 6th and 8th grade, starting on Thursday, so there will be an alternate schedule on those days. 

     

    We will be in the gym this week challenging Ms. Stone's class to sideline games. May the best class win!

     

    Best of luck to all students testing this week and next week! You got this!

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  • Health: June 6-10

    Posted by Trina Mauder on 6/5/2022

    This is our final health rotation!!! The end of the school year is quickly approaching!

     

    7th & 8th grade: wrap up the RHS unit

     

    6th grade: analyze key traits & lessons learned from McFarland, USA

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