Every day, 25 million American students ride a school bus to and from their school safely. In fact, children are nearly eight times safer riding on the school bus than with their own parents and guardians in cards. But even one accident is too much. So it's vitally important that you help us educate our students about the do's and don'ts of riding the bus.
Please be sure your child completes the assignment for the building/grade he or she will be entering in the Fall. District-wide reading assignments have been established for Grades 1-5. At the secondary level, the assignments vary by school. If you have any questions, please contact your student's school.
To help you prepare for the year ahead, we’ve identified the supplies students will need to start the school year off right. Because no two schools are the same, the list of supplies varies slightly by building. Be sure to print only those pages that pertain to your student’s school.
June 17, June 24, August 12, August 19 "Words On Wheels" will be visiting a neighborhood near you! Come join us for free books, giveaways, and ice cold treats. Titles range from preschool to adult level selections and each child will receive 2 free books during the bookmobile's visit. During each visit, your child can fill out a raffle ticket for a chance to win a Kindle HD Fire. The drawing will be held on August 19 following the Silver Lake stop. You do not need to be present to win.
Summer Enrichment Camps: Register now through June 8!
This year, Appoquinimink has created a series of fun, week-long enrichment camps for students entering Grades 7-10. They include: Computer Science, Forensics, Graphic Design, Agriculture, Sports Marketing, Culinary Arts and Fashion Design (a course called Up Cycle That T-shirt). Camps meet from 8:30-11:30, Monday through Thursday. Fees are just $50/week. Click on this story for a copy of our brochure, detailed descriptions of each session and a registration form.
ONE BOOK/ ONE SCHOOL: This year, MHS will be reading: Notes from the Midnight Driver by Jordan Sonnenblick.
Students received Summer Reading information in their advisory classes on May 26th, 2015. The Summer Reading Assignment Information packet can be downloaded from the student menu. All assignments will be collected during the second Advisory class of the school year.
AFJROTC wants to help you “REMEMBER THE MOMENT” with the 2015 Graduation DVD. PLEASE INCLUDE GRADUATE’S NAME ON ORDER FORM (Pose for a photo at the video platform after accepting Diploma, or email a graduation picture for DVD cover. Yearbook Photo is default photo ) Please see attached order form.
To report bullying, harassment or other suspicious activities, click on the life preserver logo. Families also have the option of contacting the Delaware Department of Justice Bullying Prevention & School Crime Contact at 1-800-220-5414.
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