Movement: Field is open!
The results are in for the Book Review Challenge! Ms. Brown’s group, representing Bulgaria, took the gold, followed by Ms. Woodbury and Ms. Broda’s teams. Nine Bevins earned extra points for Ms. LeFebvre’s class for their high quality book reviews.
The current standings in the Reading Olympics have Mr. Heffernan’s team in first place. Many teams are close behind, so it will all come down to the door decorating. Door decorations will be judged on March 24th and 25th so there is still plenty of time to create an amazing door that represent your country.
Game Club will be meeting Wednesday after school this week in Mr. Risbara's room until 3:45.
Homework Club is offered on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday each week from 3-4. This is a great place to head after school to get some work done in a quiet place with a helpful adult.
Due to family conferences, there will be NO Outdoor Club meeting this week.
The school store will be open twice on Monday and Wednesdays. We will be open again by the office with our cart of goodies at dismissal, stop by on your way out today!
Saturday we will be at Loyal Companion from 10-1 again and hope to see you there with your pets for bow ties and bandanas!
Please remember NO SNOWBALLS on school grounds.
Mahoney’s lost and found is located right outside the main office right next to the water fountain. There are a bunch of items both on top of and inside the red Mahoney box, if you’re missing something, check it out!
Students, charge your iPads each evening so they are ready for the day.
Students, have you checked your email lately? Please make sure you know how to access your school email, that you do check it daily--you never know what you might find!
Today is a self-drafting band day–email Mrs. Barry! Tomorrow is 8th Grade Band.
Band members are expected to bring instruments and music to class today.
Jazz Band will rehearse this week on Tuesday and Thursday for all members. We start at 7:45. New members are always welcome!
Color Guard–what’s color guard?! If you’ve ever been to a parade, you know what color guard is–those people in the front of the band performing choreographed moves and flag work that coordinates with the music! And Mahoney is working to bring it back! If this sounds interesting to you, see Mrs. Barry in Room 203 today! This group is open to any 6th, 7th or 8th grader.
Spring sport signups are still outside the main office. Practices begin April 11th, weather dependent.
Free Clinic: We are hoping to have some new players join the SP Middle School lacrosse team this spring. The SPHS Boys Lacrosse coaching staff is offering a free clinic from 6-7pm on Monday, March 21 at the Redbank Community Center. The clinic is open to new and returning players. No equipment is needed. Sign up for the clinic here: https://southportlandme.myrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=30993
Quote: When something is too hard, there is always another way!