Maquoketa Middle School     

Daily Announcements
March 4th
“B” Day 
River of Words: The Hurstville interpretive Center and Maquoketa Art Experience are providing a free after school program for students who will have fund learning more about nature and learning about poetry and art techniques.  The program will be held on Tuesday, March 10th,17th, 24th and 31st. Materials and snacks will be provided.  Please sign up by March 5 at Middle School main office or the Hurstville Interpretive Center.
The annual baseball hitting and pitching clinic dates have been set and registration forms are available in the office.  This is open to all boys in grades 3-8. If you have questions, please contact Ray Cavanagh or Mr. Lakin at the Middle School.
ITEC (Iowa Technology Education Connection) offers tech fairs to students K-12. It’s an opportunity to showcase technology-based projects created as part of their instructional curriculum or on their own. There are several project categories to choose from:  3-D Rendering/Animation, Graphics/Publishing, Innovative Technology Use, Mobile Apps, Music & Sound Design, Programming, Video Presentation, and Web Presence. Several students have participated in this event and LOVED the experience. Austin Sanders’ project was featured at the ITEC conference for Iowa teachers and Technology professionals. The Eastern Fair in on Tuesday, May 5th in Cedar Rapids. If you are interested in this event, please see your Technology (Computer) or TaG teachers.
Parents Wanting to Help
Often times during the middle school years parents are waning to get involved in assist the school but really do not know when, where or how.  We are currently seeking volunteers to assist the school on March 4th and March 5th for the Charretts that will be held for the planning for the future of Maquoketa Middle School.  We will have many community members attending this event and we would like assistance in the following areas:  donation of bars/cookies, donation of water, donation of fresh fruit plates, or the donations for ingredients for a light meal for the architectural firm that will be assisting us in this event.  We are also seek individuals that can assist us in welcoming community members into the building and assisting in the food an beverage aspects of the day.  The bonus is that you can see the many different elements that go into to the planning phase of the project.
Please contact the school if you would be willing to donate some food or water for these events OR if you would like to donate your time.  We appreciate any assistance that we will receive from the parents.
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Soccer Camp
3/4       Early Dismissal – 12:30
            P/T Conferences – 1-6
3/5       Early Dismissal – 12:30

            P/T Conferences – 1-8
3/6       No School
3/10     Hearing Tests AM
3/11     Band Large Group @ DeWitt
3/12     Pioneering your Future – 6th – 8th @ UW Platteville – all day
3/17     Spring Pictures
3/25     Hearing Retakes AM
3/28     Band Solo Ensemble