February Newsletter

Submitted by brittany.lundell on Wed, 02/01/2023 - 09:37
February Newsletter

Parent teacher conferences are just around the corner. Please mark your calendar for February 9th. Its our last one of this school year. Come by between 3:45-8:00 to talk with your students teachers and see some of the great things they are doing in their classes.

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


Versión en español haga clic aquí

Las conferencias de padres y maestros están a la vuelta de la esquina. Por favor marque su calendario para el 9 de febrero.
Es el último de este año escolar. Venga entre las 3:45 y las 8:00 para hablar con los maestros de sus alumnos y ver algunas de las cosas
maravillosas que están haciendo en sus clases.


Nuestro boletín de febrero tiene mucha información excelente para ayudarlo a mantenerse informado sobre los acontecimientos aquí en nuestra asombrosa escuela secundaria.

School PTA Fundraiser!

Submitted by alison.hansen on Mon, 10/24/2022 - 14:05

Our school PTA is hosting its 2nd annual fundraiser to raiser funds for the school.  Our PTA does so many wonderful things to support our students, teachers, and school community as a whole.  They are doing a direction donation system where each student will receive a flyer (extra copies found here) where parents can fill it out with the amount donated.  You can also donate directly

November Intramural info and permission slips

Submitted by brittany.lundell on Mon, 10/24/2022 - 11:34

We have 3 different intramural clubs starting up in November. Math club, Meditation club, and Theater Workshop. All permission slips are due by November 1st. If you would like to participate in any of them you will find information below.

Math club with Mrs. Lane

Times/Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays (November 1,3,8,10,15,17, 29 and December 1 and from 3:15-4 p.m.


STEM Science Data Analysis

Submitted by travis.moss on Thu, 10/06/2022 - 09:43

In STEM Science class students are experimenting with crushing soda cans while learning about data collection and analysis.  Students were tasked with predicting the height and weight needed to crush a soda can with a liter bottle of water.  Students placed an empty soda can under a vertical 9 foot tube (the can crusher) and then tested the different weights and heights needed to crush the can.  Students collected data based on their predictions and it was so much fun to see the students' first data predictions compared to their last set of data.  We are so proud of all our students and the

Picture Retake Day - Oct 6

Submitted by alison.hansen on Wed, 10/05/2022 - 21:47

School picture retakes will be Thurs, Oct 6.  Students who either missed the original picture day in Sept or who are unhappy with their pictures are welcome to get their pictures taken.  Students who have their picture (regardless of if they purchase a packet) will be issued a student ID card.  If you do wish to purchase a packet, please click here for the Bell Photography flyer.  It refers to the original picture day, but the code is the exact same for reta

Short Answer Response Winners

Submitted by travis.moss on Fri, 09/30/2022 - 17:00

We want to congratulate Brielle Anderson (6th grade) and Quincee Welsh (7th grade) for winning our short answer response competition for 2022!  Both Brielle and Quincee wrote exceptional responses to the prompt: "What does it mean to live the values of our P.A.C.K.?".  We are so proud of these young ladies and all the members of our PACK here at SCMS that participated in the competition (we had close to 1,000 entries).  Both Brielle and Quincee won a small gift bag for themselves and a doughnut party for their respective science classes where they wrote their responses.