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Mustang News for May 23, 2021

We will begin EOG testing this week and will test all students in ELA. Our schedule for the week is as follows:

  • Monday 6th grade
  • Tuesday 7th grade
  • Thursday 8th grade

Wednesday is an asynchronous learning day for all students and Friday is a regular school day.

Our complete testing schedule can be found here. The schedule of classes after testing can be found on the calendar of our school website by clicking on the EOG test for the day.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Testing Coordinator, Ms. Bonham West, at An FAQ is also available to answer many of your questions..


Media Center Devices: We will not be able to check devices out from the media center for the remainder of the year as these devices have been moved to testing locations in the building. Students should bring their district issued, fully charged Chromebook to school each day.


8th Grade Students: Thank you to everyone who has contributed to making our 8th grade celebration a great send off for our class of '21. As the day approaches, we want to offer one final opportunity to collect donations that will allow us to provide t-shirts, ice cream, and games for our students. In the information linked below you will find a link to contribute as well as RSVP for your student if they have not done so already.  Our event is for both Plan A and VA students and even if they will not be attending in person this information is important to make sure they receive a correctly sized t-shirt.  

Parent Letter


We greatly appreciate everyone who has already contributed and look forward to celebrating the hard work of our 8th grade class on June 10 ! 


Student Council: Congratulations to the following students on their election to Student Council Office: 

Recording Secretary: Ferne Parker-Young

Corresponding Secretary: Lily Odle

Vice President: John Hockaday

President: Call Troutman

All candidates ran spirited, positive campaigns. We look forward to seeing the creativity they brought to their campaigns demonstrated during their 2021/2022 term of office. 


Chromebooks and Hot Spots: All hot spots must be returned at the end of the school year. Families are asked to return them at the same time they return other school issued materials and supplies. Students leaving WCPSS at the end of the school year must return their Chromebooks as well. Students who are returning to Martin or any other WCPSS school in the fall can keep their Chromebook.


Summer Camp Opportunities: 

Millbrook High School Summer Youth Soccer Camp is hosting a summer camp for all levels. Information for the camp:

        *Monday - Thursday 7/12 to 7/15.

        *At Millbrook High school from 9:00am-   


        *Any elementary/middle/rising freshman is welcome. 

        *Our Returning team members will participate in this camp as coaches/counselors. 

        *This is our soccer programs fundraiser for the 2021-22 school year. 

Cost is $60 and includes a camp T-shirt/awards.

Registration form here:


Duke University and the Museum of Life and Sciences are hosting Ignite: Duke University’s Summer Tinker Experience co-hosted by the Museum of Life and Science. For more details on the event as well as general Ignite questions, contact Kimberly Breen at 908-477-1496 or!


From the PTA: PTA General Membership Meeting - 5/27 @ 8:00am

Please plan to attend our last PTA General Membership Meeting of this school year. It will be held virtually at 8:00am on Thursday, 5/27. You may register for the meeting now.