Mexico Middle School
Mexico Middle School is proud to serve Mexico’s 6-8th grade students by executing our mission with fidelity daily:
Within our walls you will find first class teams of teachers and students working and learning together. MMS faculty and staff are dedicated to helping our students grow into successful young adults. Our vision for all of our students:
Educating, Engaging, & Empowering Students to Become Lifelong Learners
To drive our purpose we have two building goals for the 2016-2017 school year.
Goal 1: 80% of MMS students will meet their individualized reading goal by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.
Goal 2: 84% of MMS students will fall in the first tier of the behavioral triangle, earning zero to one discipline referrals during the 2016-2017 school year.
Teachers, parents, and students are working together to cooperatively achieve both goals this year during class, GROWL, and PAWS. Students are using PAWS time to develop and monitor individual reading goals cooperatively with teachers. Goals are worked on during GROWL, PAWS, as well as elective and core classes.
MMS is in their third year of implementing the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) model. This year’s foci are the continued teaching of the PBIS matrix as well as implementing Tier II interventions for those students receiving 2 or more office refferrals.
Important Homework Links for you!
6th Grade Homework https://sites.google.com/a/
7th Grade Homework: https://goo.gl/a76bWH
8th Grade Homework: https://goo.gl/3U6PkR
Middle School Happenings -
Parent Teacher Conferences:
The Spring student led Parent Teacher Conferences are happening now! Last night was a huge success. Students did a great job communicating with parents and teachers, leading the way, building relationships and demonstrating how at MMS we are Making Minds Stronger!
The February Attendance Incentive:
Dates Feb 1 - 28
100% Attendance - Every minute of every day
Incentive: Lunch on the Town
Survey for the choices will go out on Monday, Feb 24.
6th Grade will go on 3/6
7th Grade will go on 3/7
8th Grade will go on 3/8
Congrats to next year's Student Council officers! For next year's Freshman class: President Ella Robertson, Vice President Amelia Runge, Secretary Kaleigh Feigenspan, and Treasurer Bradley Dunn. For next year's 8th graders: President Lilly Yeast, Vice President Riley Thurman, Secretary Brett Pascoe and Treasurer Ava Wilson. Thank you for being the student voice and making great things happen.
Thank you to everyone who came out and supporting the Student Council fundraiser for the Special Olympics at Pizza Hut. There was a very good turn out for a really great cause!
Thank you to the students who participated in the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast. It was a great opportunity to give back to our community.
Track Open Gym: Any student interested in training for track or cross country, come on out to the MMS gym Monday through Friday from 3:15 - 4:15. It's a great way to get your cardio on!
Track Team Practice will begin on Monday, February 27th. You MUST have a completed Physical turned in before you can participate. (Please be sure you have the ENTIRE four pages of the Physical complete). If you have already turned one in for this school year, you are good to go!
The Scholastic Book Fair has our students really excited about reading. We had a great turn out of our students and their families checking out the fair and purchasing interesting titles. #weloveourreaders!
Attention Eighth grade students and parents, we have some exciting news for you. There is a promotion preparation document in our document section ready for you. It has all the facts and information regarding upcoming events such as the 8th grade awards assembly, 8th grade parties, and of course promotion! Please take time to familiarize yourself with this information and if you have additional questions, call our office at 573-581-4664 and we'll be glad to help!
BRIGHT FUTURES: "Bowls for BRIGHTfutures"
Mexico Middle School
Mexico Middle School
1200 W. Boulevard
Principal: Mrs. Deb Hill-Haag
To report information that needs updating, please contact Lorraine Allen
The mission of the Mexico Public Schools is to foster in each student: