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Character Trait for May is Ambition

All EMS students will be expected to model positive behavior and language.  We will teach students to demonstrate:

a.  Creating goals and action plans

b.  Graduating college and career ready

c.  Aspiring for leadership opportunities by being involved in school and the community

d.  Constant and earnest effort to accomplish academic or personal goals. 

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Congratulations James Hawkins

6th Grader, James Hawkins is one of four recipients of the $2500 Vincent Legacy Scholarship, administered by the Starlight Education Department.

8th Grade Celebration

EMS 8th Grade Celebration will be Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 1:30 in the gym.  Our promotion ceremony honors our 8th grade students who have successfully completed their middle school academic requirements.  We look forward to seeing you there supporting the class of 2022.  Make sure you park in the back of the building to enter through the gym.  8th graders who are at risk of failing 8th grade will not participate in the celebration but will have the opportunity to fulfill their requirements in summer school.  

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Today: 5/23/18
All Day: Last Day for Students

8th Grade Celebration Requirements

This letter is to inform you that the EMS 8th Grade Celebration will be held on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 1:30 in the gym.  This annual ceremony is to commemorate 8th graders who have successfully completed their middle school academic requirements.  If your child is eligible to participate there a few details we want to share with you prior to the celebration:

  • The celebration will begin at 1:30 in the gymnasium on May 22nd.  A reception in the gym will follow and you are welcome to take your son/daughter home with you after the ceremony.
  • Students will be expected to arrive to school by 7:50 fully dressed for the ceremony to avoid any delay in the start of the celebration.  We have a full morning scheduled to prepare for the celebration so it is important that they arrive on time to receive all the information they need.
  • If you need to bring a change of clothes to school, please have them here by 11:30 so your child can have time to change before we start our final preparations.
  • We are asking everyone to park on the east side (behind the school) and enter the building through the glass hallway.  
  • During the awards and certificates portion of the ceremony, it is very tempting to stand up and cheer for your child and celebrate their success.  We are asking that you keep this to a minimum in order to keep the ceremony moving and so the next student in line, along with their parents, can hear their name be called and enjoy their moment as well.  
  • Feel free to take pictures or videos, but also, please be aware of others around you as they take pictures and videos so they can document their child’s day as well.  Remember, this is a celebration of the student’s accomplishments and we want  the focus on them.

 

Participation in the celebration will depend upon your child passing 8th grade.  Students who are not passing all of their core classes by May 17 will NOT be allowed to participate in the celebration. You will be contacted by phone or mail of your child’s eligibility for participation.

 

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Eisenhower Middle School implements PBIS as our school-wide positive behavior support model.

We are striving towards becoming one of the best middle schools in Kansas City.  As we work towards that goal, we are introducing Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports that include proactive strategies for defining, teaching, and supporting appropriate student behaviors to create a positive school environment.  We invite you to follow the link below to learn more about PBIS and to help us create a wonderful place for our students!

 

https://www.pbis.org/school

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2901 N 72nd St, Kansas City, KS 66109
(913) 627-6450

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