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Daily Bulletin

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School

STUDENT BULLETIN

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

King’s Vision Statement: 

Students, Staff, and Parents of King Middle School are dedicated to relevant and collaborative learning at the highest scholarly level ensuring ethics, innovation, and global citizenship.

Introduction and Pledge: 

Are you interested in Traveling to Bavaria Germany and Salzburg, Austria in the summer of 2020?  You will stay with a German family in Turkeim and be special guests of the Joseph-Bernhart school.  You will visit castles, medieval villages and other historic sites, dating from the Roman period to the 21st century.  There will be a parent information meeting Tuesday September 24 at 6:00 pm in B1.  

See Mrs. Richards in G5 if you have any questions

*** REMINDER VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE IS CANCELLED TODAY! We will not have practice Today due to back to school night but come ready to HIT AND play hard on Thursday!   GOOOO KING LIONS! 

-- Attention Flag football players, There is practice Today, and remember short day Thursday done at 3:30 to accommodate the Cross Country Meet here on campus.

BSU will meet today during 5th-period lunch. Grab your lunch and stop by Dr. Rogers' classroom in K-1. All are welcome to attend!  8th-grade BSU students will meet tomorrow after school.

Shout Out:  Isabel Trevino is a band student.  When I, Miss Lozano, registered a new band student Monday, I decided to ask Isabel to befriend this new person, eat lunch with her, etc.  Isabel willingly took on the task. I asked her to come to my office first thing Tuesday, and she did so without a reminder. When Deiana showed up, she quickly introduced herself and starting asking Deiana about her instrument and making a connection.  Good job Isabel! You truly embody the KING code of behavior.

Do you love the Percy jackson series of books... Would you like to meet Rick Riordan and get a book signed. King has two tickets to see him speak this saturday at Mt Carmel High School . Tickets are 20$ each see Mr Smedley for details. 

Friday's spirit day is green day.  ASB is asking everyone to show your support of Mitochondrial Disease awareness and for Lauren Frances.  If you do not have any green to wear, you can still show support by wearing something from Ivey Ranch or by donating $1.  Donations are being accepted by all ASB students or in room E-2 at lunch