Thursday, April 5, 2018 (X Day)
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*Thank you to everyone who made P.O.P. night a huge success. The event raised around $950.00, we could not have done it without the support of the Mickle Community!
*Attention students: If you are 13 years old (or will be by the start of summer) you can stop by the counseling center to pick up a summer detasseling application. We have applications available for two separate companies: Champoux Detasseling & Ailes Detasseling. You will return the application to the address on the application,not Mickle.
April means it’s Cans 4 Books time! Help the environment while helping your library at the same time. Bring in a grocery sack of aluminum cans to the media center and you will win a poster from the book fair (limit 1 poster per student). Money from the recycled cans will go to buy new books for the library! Cans can also be dropped off at A Can Recycling, just let them know your donation is for Mickle.
Slam Dunk and 3 Point Contest- Wednesday, April 18th from 6:00-7:30 pm in the Mickle gyms. Mickle students and staff are able to compete in this slam dunk and 3 point contest to raise money for the Backpack Walk this year. Admission for spectators is $3 at the door. Entry into the contests is $5 per event or $10 to compete in both. Register to compete with Ms. Feeken by Friday, April 13th in Room 116. The hoop will be set at 8 feet for the dunk contest. Flyers with information about this event can be picked up in the main office. Come to Mickle for a night of fun and fundraising! Please contact Ms. Feeken with questions or concerns.
There will be a Washington, D.C. meeting for all 7th graders and families interested in the 2019 Washington, D.C. trip tonight, April 5th at 6 p.m. in the Media Center. Please let Mrs. Mueller or Ms. Feeken know if you have any questions
Attention 8th grade students… On Aprils 19th and 20th, all 8th grade students will be taking the state standardized science test, NSCAS. This test is over 6th, 7th, and 8th grade material. To help them prepare, there will be before and after school sessions to review the material from each grade. Please feel free to stop in!
Starting Monday March 26.
Monday 3:05-3:45 Room 102
Wednesday 3:05-3:45 Room 104/211
Thursday 7:15-7:50a Room 115 (Meet at front doors)
Thursday 3:05-3:45 Room 111
Thurs- 3:15- 4:20
Fri- 3:15- 4:20
Sat- Meet @ LSW
ETS Basketball/Fitness Club
Thurs- Boys Club 3:15-4:45
- Campus Life (7-750a)
- Homework Club
- Science Olympiad
- A Student
Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Thursday: BBQ Chicken, Cheese Pizza, Chili with Cinnamon Roll
Breakfast Menu for Friday: Breakfast Bar or Cold Cereal