Monday, December 11, 2013
Remember that our Spartan Trophy will be awarded to the grade that has the most appreciations posted on the bulletin board in “Empathy Way” combined with the grade level that has the most points from the food drive. It’s not too late to start!
The Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA)
Our next meeting is December 12th from 3:15 to 4 pm in Ms Colle's room (156).
We will prepare for hat day! All are welcome!
Staff meeting will be TODAY, from 3:10 to 4:00 in the E-Gen lab.
New staff welcome. Plans will be made for the January issue. Talk to Mrs. Ndlovu in Room 109 before the meeting if you can’t make it.
Thursday…6th Grade Student Council reps
Meet on the stage during lunch on Thursday.
Thursday…All students preparing entries for Yahara River Writers:
We will be having Yahara River Writers’ work time with computers available and two teachers for consultation!
We will meet Thursday, December 12 from 3:15 - 4:15 in the E-Gen Lab
For students interested in participating in Math 24, we will have practice this Thursday, December 12 during lunch.
6th grade - Mrs. Garvey's room [room 142]
7th grade - Mrs. Mezera's room[room 114]
8th grade - Mr. Piscitelli's room [room 132]
Get a pass from your math teacher and bring your lunch.
IMMS Photo Contest
Submit your favorite photo(s). Deadline is Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Sponsored by the IMMS Messenger. Get submission forms from Mrs. Ndlovu in Room 109 or on the bulletin board in front the guidance office.
McFarland Food Drive Computed Grade Level Totals are:
6th Grade: = 1500 points
7th Grade: = 545 points
8th Grade = 887 points
6th grade is ahead, but it's still a wide open race.
The food drive ends on Friday, 12/13 so let's make the last week of the drive really count...for our community.
Hello and welcome to Indian Mound Middle School. Indian Mound Middle School (IMMS) serves students in grades six, seven, and eight. At Indian Mound Middle School we believe that “Kids Come First.”
The school is organized into interdisciplinary teams of teachers from language arts, reading, math, social studies and science at each grade level. Related arts exploratory offerings include art, technology and engineering, music, world languages (Spanish and French for all 6th grade students), health, physical education, and family and consumer education. Elective courses include band, chorus, technology. and world languages (for 7th and 8th grade students).
Co-Curricular offerings at IMMS include both athletics and clubs that focus on participation and involvement. Athletic programs include volleyball (girls), cross country (boys and girls), basketball (boys and girls), and track (boys and girls). Clubs and events held during school hours and/or after school include: drama, forensics, student council, jazz band, show choir, dances, and more.
At IMMS we have a strong commitment to parent, staff, and student communication. This is bolstered by the PSC (Parent School Council), which meets monthly. Participation in PSC is an ideal opportunity for parents to become actively involved in our unique middle school.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school at 608-838-8980.