The Eagle Weekly 9/24/23

September 24, 2023

The Week Ahead

Around East This Week

Students in Mrs. Stewart's 8th Grade US History class worked together collaboratively to piece together a world map from 1507.
Students in Mrs. Moews' Choir Classes took the time to create goals for Choir this year.
Eagle Band students had a successful Instrument Night for 6th graders, thanks Mr. Kosi for organizing

Eagle of the Week!

The Eagle of the Week is one student selected every week and nominated by a teacher for acts that go above and beyond for the MSE Community. This week's "Eagle of the Week" is Cameron D! He is kind to others, focused on getting his work completed, and helpful to those around him. He exemplifies the students we want here at MSE!

September is Suicide Prevention Month. The rate of suicide among middle schoolers is significantly rising nationally. September is Suicide Prevention Month. Talking to your children about suicide can be difficult but too important to ignore. Here are some tips on talking to your children about suicide


Skill Samurai

Spots still available! Classes will continue to run after October 6th to make up for any missed days. You will get all the classes you sign up for. This is a great opportunity for your child to learn some great STEM Skills. All classes held after school right at MSE.

MSE Parent Academy

This fall at MSE we will be starting a middle school parent academy. A middle school parent academy is a program or series of workshops designed to educate parents on various aspects of middle school education. The goal of a middle school parent academy is to provide parents with the tools and resources they need to support their children through the middle school years, which can be a challenging time for many students.

Some topics that might be covered in a middle school parent academy include: Understanding the middle school curriculum, Effective communication with teachers and administrators, Strategies for supporting academic success at home, Supporting social-emotional development in middle school students, Navigating the transition to high school.

Participation in a middle school parent academy can help parents feel more informed and confident in their ability to support their children through the middle school years. It can also strengthen the partnership between parents and educators, ultimately leading to better outcomes for students. Please join us for our first “Parent Academy” Thursday September 28th, 2023 at 6:00PM in the KIVA for a presentation from “Families Against Narcotics. Please RSVP by clicking on this link:

Washington DC Trip: June 2024

Any students interested in attending Washington DC in June should see Mrs. Conger in R3 for more information and requirements.

2023 MSE Football


Wrestling Club

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