The Eagle Weekly 12.3.23

December 3, 2023

The Week Ahead

Around East This Week

Choir students hard at work showing their talents!
Spanish Students compete against each other in class!
MSE Floor Hockey action is underway this year!
7/8 ELA Enrichment classes constructed a gratitude tree throughout the month of November. Each day, they started class by writing something they were grateful for on a leaf and adding it to our tree. (This month, we are doing the same thing with a Christmas tree and we are writing out acts of kindness as gifts.)
Bowling Club!
Students were able to attend "Frozen" this week at the Fox. Thank you to Mrs. Moews for organizng!

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 8th grader Brylee B. who was nominated by Mr. Casier who said "On any given day one can observe Brylee putting the needs of her fellow classmates before her own. Brylee is always willing to participate in class and she will be the first to help out a fellow classmate who may be struggling. Not only does Brylee help out in the classroom she also helps clean up the lunch room every day. Brylee conducts herself with a maturity not of an 8th grader but that of someone much older. Brylee is the new standard to which all Middle School – East students should strive to become." Congrats Brylee!

Positive Office Referral Student

Congrats to our Positive Office Referral, "Be the Change" student of the week Elijah W!! Thanks for displaying positive behavior and being recognized by your teachers! Keep up the good work!

14 Days of Christmas!

As we head into Holiday Break, we want to have some fun and students are welcome to participate in the 14 Days of Christmas by following the calendar below! There will be daily raffles for students who participate, so let's have some fun as we finish off our learning before break!

School Attendance

Every day of school is an important opportunity for students to learn as well as to connect to their peers and teachers. We need to reinforce that students learn best when they are IN school. While we understand the importance of keeping sick students home, we also ask that your student attend school every day that they possibly can. They need the social connection, the academic support, and the opportunity to learn and grow. Research clearly shows that academic progress slips once attendance becomes a problem. We are mandated by state law to file truancy on students who have more than 90 hours out of the classroom. So please remember we want your children here! If you are struggling with getting your child to school, or need resources to improve your child's attendance and academic success, please contact your child's counselor or Assistant Principal Mr. MacIntosh

MSE School Store

The holidays are right around the corner, and what better way to celebrate all things MSE than by buying your student some spirit wear! We have a fully stocked School Store with hoodies, t-shirts, crewnecks, sweatpants, and more all able to be purchased for your student or yourself! You can contact Mrs. Malaga at or call the main office at (586) 493-5200 to get in to shop the school store!!

MSE Winter Dance

We are excited to have an after school dance on Thursday December 14th from 3:04 - 4:30. If you would like to help please use the sign up link to register. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Conger at

MSE Parent Academy

We invite you to participate in our third "Parent Academy" session on Thursday, December 14th, 2023, at 6:00 PM in the KIVA. Join us for an enlightening presentation by Kim Foster, where she will delve into various mindfulness and wellness strategies for navigating our hectic and stressful daily lives, particularly during the holiday season. Please RSVP using this link:

Canned Food Drive

We are currently collecting food for our food drive. The TOP 3 First Hour classes that have the highest percentage of donations will win an ice-cream treat the week before Christmas break. Please leave donations under your 1st hour teachers name sign and they will be collected. We are collecting any nonperishable food donations, hats, coats, scarfs and gloves. (Single packets of Ramen Noodles will not be counted, bulk Ramen Noodles will be counted as 1)

Thank you all for your help with this!!! Donations are going to be given to our local GoodFellows to stay here in the community!

MSE Book Fair 2023!

The MSE Book Fair will run December 4-8 in the Media Center. If you would like more information, use the link below!

MSE Ski Club

Dodgeball Tournament: December 8th

Dodgeball returns to MSE on December 8th for our annual tournament. Information will be coming out soon, so save the date! Hype video below!

Intramural Floor Hockey Returns

Floor Hockey Season is Here! Students who signed up, please see the rosters and schedule below so your team is ready to go!

Boys Basketball season is here! Come out and cheer on your Eagles all season long!

Washington DC Trip Opportunity

If any student and/or parent is interested in going to Washington DC in June, please see Mrs. Conger in R3 or email for registration information or questions! Also, if you have any friends that are interested, even if they are not NJHS or student Council, have them message Mrs. Conger or see her in R3 for more information. We have about 20 openings left!

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