Middle School Announcements

Monday, February 10            It is a "T" week     


  1. No announcement today


Tuesday, February 11           It is a "T" week


  1. No announcement today


Wednesday, February 12             It is a "T" week


  1. No announcement today


Thursday, February 6             It is a "M" week


  1. Good morning. We are celebrating National School Counseling Week. Today, let’s talk about how resilience can contribute to healing and well-being. Christopher Reeve played one of the greatest heroes of all-time – Superman – in four movies. But a horse-riding accident left him paralyzed from the neck down, proving humans are more vulnerable than the characters they play on stage and screen. Reeve devoted the last decade of his life to finding a cure for paralysis, raising millions of dollars through his foundation. He once said, “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” His resilience and grit in the face of tragedy, not his costume or his on-screen superpower, are what made him a true hero. What can you do to help others who are struggling or in need? What can others do to help you become more resilient in your life? Give this some thought and come see Mrs. Multer if you’d like to talk. Be someone’s hero today. 


Friday, February                 It is a "M" week


  1. Good morning. Today is the final day of National School Counseling Week. Like everyone at our school, Mrs. Multer is here to help you succeed. We are here to help you become resilient learners who find ways to overcome challenges, to think and act for yourselves, to take responsibility for your mistakes and celebrate your successes so you can do better and be better each day. Resilience requires courage that starts inside you. As Winston Churchill said, “Success is not final and failure is not fatal, but courage is what counts.” The great Nelson Mandela believed that courage was the triumph over fear. As your school counselor, Mrs. Multer is here to help you develop that courage, that grit that is so necessary in all parts of your life. Her door is open, and she is here to listen and to help. Thank you for celebrating National School Counseling Week with us. Have a terrific and safe weekend!