May Newsletter

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May Newsletter

Please click here (English Version) to access our May Newsletter, it has lots of great information to help you stay informed of happenings here at our awesome middle school.


Quick reminder about our dress code - more information is in the bulletin, but here's a quick summary since this can become an issue in May.  Shorts need to be mid-thigh (fingertip length is a good rule of thumb), tummies need to be covered, and tank tops need a wide strap (no spaghetti straps).  Thank you in advance!


Haga clic aquí (versión en español) para acceder a nuestro boletín de mayo, que tiene mucha información excelente para ayudarlo a mantenerse informado sobre lo que sucede aquí en nuestra increíble escuela secundaria.

Próximamente versión en español


​Recordatorio rápido sobre nuestro código de vestimenta: encontrará más información en el boletín, pero aquí hay un resumen rápido, ya que esto puede convertirse en un problema en mayo. Los pantalones cortos deben llegar hasta la mitad del muslo (la longitud de las yemas de los dedos es una buena regla general), el abdomen debe estar cubierto y las camisetas sin mangas deben tener un tirante ancho (sin tirantes finos). ¡Gracias de antemano!



​​​​​Please click here for the English version of the SCMS counseling newsletter

​​​​​Haga clic aquí para obtener la versión en español del boletín de asesoramiento de SCMS

Crystal Apple Award Recipient

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Mrs. Brown received the crystal apple award in faculty meeting. Another teachers said: At Spring Canyon Middle School, there's a super fun teacher who's all about making learning enjoyable. With a contagious laugh and a heart full of care, she brings the joy of reading alive in her classroom. Whether it's diving into exciting stories or sharing funny anecdotes, she makes every lesson an adventure. Students not only learn from her but also feel valued and supported. With her vibrant energy and passion for teaching she makes our school a better place.

Spread the Word to End the Word

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Our students took a powerful stand by participating in the Spread the Word to End the Word pledge campaign, committing to eliminate the use of the "R" word from their vocabulary. With determination, they embraced inclusivity and compassion, fostering a community where every individual is respected and valued. Through their dedication, they not only spread awareness but also ignited a movement of empathy and understanding, creating a brighter, more inclusive future for all.