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3/27 announcements

Maquoketa Middle School     
Daily Announcements
March 27th
“B” Day 
STUDENTS:
The following students have earned a pizza party on Friday, March 28th for participating in Hoops For Heart.  Report to the FCS room during your scheduled lunch time.
6th Grade: Jade Armbruster, Taylor Fox, LayNie Hines, Lida Wood, Riley Caven, Kaleb Flenker, Caitlin Dotson, Isaac Hintgen, Nick VanHecke, Walker Barten
7th Grade: Quentyn Huebbe, Jayden Gregory, Jenna Merrick, Sharon Wood, Nate Hughes
8th Grade: Nate Steines, Hunter Crist, Luke Brame, Hannah Ambrosy, Trey Cornellious, Maddi Thompson, Luke Johnson
2014 Official Registration form for the Pitch Hit & Run are available in the office.  It will be on Friday, April 11th @ 5:30 PM at the YMCA.
The Jackson County Prevention Coalition is offering an art contest for all Jackson County Middle and High School students.  The theme is YOLO DTRT (You Only Live Once; Do the Right Thing). If interested please pick a flyer in the office.

8th -12th  grade students and their families are invited to the Jackson County Transition Event on Tuesday, April 8 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at Maquoketa High School. The focus will be to explore options after high school for individuals with IEP’s and 504 plans.

If you would like to order a Real Hunger Games t-shirt for $10 – see Mrs Orris during Zero Hour or after school in room 32. All checks need to made out too Power Graphics. The last day to order a shirt is March 28th.
Your $15 Hunger Games Donation for your District is DUE April 7th to your District Leader. Remember, the District who raises the most money for the food packaging event on the 11th will have a better shot at winning the Real Hunger Games during 6th Hour.
Building and Designing Simple Machines:   How do you build a simple machine out of LEGO® bricks? This mini-camp we will explore and test the function of different LEGO® technic components and discover how those components can work together to create all kinds of simple machines.  Campers will create a Spider that crawls on 8 legs and modify our Dragster for maximum speed. Campers will explore the creative process of model design and at the completion of the camp, each camper will have the opportunity to present his or her own design idea or design enhancements to family, neighbors and friends. Come build with us.

Date/Time:   June 30th- July 2nd, 2014 from 1 to 3 each day.    Cost: $60             Grades: 4 to 8
PARENTS:
On April 11th the students at Maquoketa Middle School will participating in The Real Hunger Games. Throughout the day, students will be completing a real life hunger lesson through the World Food Programme, watching the documentary “A Place At The Table”, working on an assembly line to package meals for those in need through the non-profit Kids vs. Hunger, listening to Para-Olympic Gold Medalist Andy Yohe speak and competing in the Real Hunger Games competition. This day will be streamed live via the internet for parents and community members to watch and see how the students of Maquoketa Middle School are working to become global citizens and make a difference in the world.
The livestream feed will be on www.maquoketa-cardinals.com starting at 8:15am until the end of the day.
All students have been asked to raise $15 to help fund the cost of the food packaging portion of this day. Students will have until April 7th to raise their $15 and turn it into their District Leaders.
Students, staff and community members also have the opportunity to purchase a Real Hunger Games t-shirt. The cost is $10 and all checks must be made out to Power Graphics. All shirts orders must be in BY March 28th.
We are looking for parent volunteers for this event, so if you are interested or you have any questions please email Mindy Orris at morris@maquoketa.k12.ia.us or Jane Schmidt at jschmidt@maquoketa.k12.is.us
THIS YEAR’S 6TH GRADERS DOCUMENTATION OF THE Tdap VACCINE ON THE CERTIFICATE OF IMMUNIZATION WILL NEED TO BE PROVIDED TO THE MIDDLE SCHOOL NURSE PRIOR TO THE BEGINNING OF SCHOOL NEXT YEAR OR ENROLLMENT CAN BE DENIED ACCORDING TO THE IOWA LAW.
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FORMS AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE:
Hunting and Conservation Camp for Boys
Outdoor Journey for girls
Pitch, Hit & Run Forms
Jackson County Prevention Coalition art contest.
UPCOMING EVENTS:
3/29       Solo Ensemble
4/4         ITEC Fair
4/9         End 5th 6-weeks
4/14       B & G Track @ Clinton – dismiss 2:40 – start 4:00
4/17-4/22  Spring Break
4/22       No School – Inservice
              B & G Track @ Northeast – bus 3:10 – start 4:00
4/28       Girls Track @ Monticello – dismiss 2:40 – start 4:00
4/29       Boys Track @ Camanche – dismiss 2:40 – start 4:00
              Girls Track Home – start 4:00