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                                      Click on the picture to read our March 2016 Newsletter  
Upcoming Events
 
SMS Announcements
 
  Honor Level Activity Day is June 8th, 2016  
 
We have some great activities planned for this year’s HLS Activity day!

Activity descriptions/costs for All-Star and Honor Level 1 students are posted around the school. This information will also be sent home with students and posted on our website and Facebook page.
  • Sign-ups will begin in homerooms on Monday, May ​9th.
  • Students should talk with their parents (cost) and friends and be able to make a decision by next week. Once students sign up for an activity they will not be able to switch activities.
  • The last day to sign up is Friday, May 13th.
  • Payments are due no later than Thursday, June 2nd.
Grades matter for All-Stars this time!
Not a Level 1 yet? There is still time to get your grades up! A list of those All-Stars with C's or better in all classes was emailed to the teachers when sign-ups begin. Currently, there are 460 students who meet the All-star expectation of C's or better in all classes. The cut-off date for Honor Level status changes is May 20th. A student's status will change if they earn an infraction or a referral. Questions regarding eligibility should be directed to Asst. Principal, Aaron Lieberz or Secretary, Melissa Gondik.

Additionally, all students, no matter what level they are on, are expected to turn in all overdue library books and pay all outstanding fines. Students with overdue books/fines will be given a slip from the library to bring home. Questions regarding library books/fines should be directed to Kate Wiisanen. All overdue books must be returned by 5/20. If students have library fines, the fine should be paid by 5/20. Students will still be allowed to check out books after May 20th.
 
Click HERE for a list of activities and costs associated with each one.
 
 
     
 
  SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN  
 
ONLINE REGISTRATION for Summer School is now OPEN! Brochures were sent home with students on Tuesday, April 26th. *******************************************************************
8th Graders who wish to take Bigger Faster Stronger at SHS will have to register via the High School link. The only options for 8th grade going into 9th grade are BFS and the Musical "Once on this Island".
 
Click HERE to register for Summer School
 
 
     
 
  Transition Night for Incoming 6th Graders - May 17, 2016  
  Transition Night Open House and Parent Information Meeting for students leaving 5th grade and entering 6th grade. SAVE THE DATE: May 17, 2016 5:30PM - 7:00 PM at the Superior Middle School Cafetorium. Parents and 5th grade students are encouraged to come and listen to a presentation, take a tour, and have your questions answered. Questions about this event should be directed to any of our Middle School Guidance Counselors:
Blue Wing Counselor: Mr. Scott Bruce
email: Scott.Bruce@superior.k12.wi.us phone: 394-8740 ext.116

Green Wing Counselor: Ms. Barb Matlack
email: Barbara.Matlack@superior.k12.wi.us phone: 394-8740 ext.217

Red Wing Counselor: Mrs. Maryann Bonneville
email: Maryann.Bonneville@superior.k12.wi.us phone: 394-8740 ext.114
 
 
 
     
 
 

Superior Middle School Daily Announcements

 
 
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  Educational Travel Opportunity for Current 7th Graders  
 
Current 7th Grade students have the opportunity to take part in an educational travel program because of their dedication to excellence in their academics! This invitation to travel is also extended to their parents. Each 7th grade student received a personalized invite letter. This travel program was put together as a special opportunity for students to have the ability to bring their classroom to life! We will be going on a 6-day educational tour to Washington, D.C. and New York in March of 2017. We’re going to experience the historic city and all the beauty it has to offer. This tour will let students build their own beliefs and also new perspectives about the world around them. In addition, being a well-rounded traveler in high school makes students more competitive as college applicants and more likely to participate in other travel programs. Colleges and universities want to see students stretch themselves to experience different cultures and this trip will help them in doing so! Here is a link to the tour we'll be going on! EF Explore America Tour Video

Additionally, click on the picture to watch the PowerPoint presentation given at the informational meetings:


If you were unable to attend either of the March 1st or March 3rd meetings and are interested in learning more about this opportunity, contact Shawna Anderson at Shawna.anderson@superior.k12.wi.us. This informational meeting is mandatory to attend the educational tour. 
 
     
 
  Emergency Student Data and Health Forms  
 
Have you updated your Emergency Data and Health Form yet?

Please do this ASAP! Every parent needs to fill the form out IN ITS ENTIRETY so that we will will be notified that you have completed the form. The nurse's office must have your electronically signed form on file to treat your student.  The School Nurse cannot complete her records without your information.

 
Even if you think nothing has changed,
please take five minutes to fill out the form and electronically sign the document.
 

Click HERE to go directly to the form.


If you need assistance contact Stephanie Evans at stephanie.evans@superior.k12.wi.us
THANK YOU for your understanding and for promptly completing the form.