This year, the football and competition cheerleading squads will combine and form one squad. If a student makes the squad, they will not be able to do any other FALL activity including Band, Dance Line, Cross Country, and Softball due to practice and competition conflicts. Please contact Coach Everett at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Just in case you missed the 2nd Annual Lean Mean Bulldog Cuisine, here are the recipes to the dishes that Chef Rosecleer Marie served!
In celebration of National Nutrition Month, MacIntyre Park Middle School in Thomasville, Georgia will be hosting the 2nd Annual Lean Mean Bulldog Cuisine on March 26, 2016. The purpose of this event is to educate students and families on the impact of healthy eating on students’ academic performance. Recent studies have demonstrated that nutrition affects students’ thinking skills, behavior, and health, all factors that impact academic performance.
By: Elle W.
The Christmas trees’ decorated, lights and stockings were hung along with beautifully wrapped presents with labels to loved ones. The kitchens’ aromas filled homes with warmth smelling goodness of cinnamon and sugar, nutmeg and vanilla. Generations of recipes being passed down from mother to daughter. Families traveling from near and far to gather together around the tables to enjoy full plates and endless conversations. These are the things that make the holidays so special. But now, the holidays are over and so are the kids two weeks’ vacation. Time to get the kids back into their regular schedule (insert sigh). So, how do you have a stress-free transition after a long break?
When going back to school after an extended break, it’s not unusual for parents and kids to feel stressed, anxious or even excited. Here are a few tips that can help:
1. Parent Engagement boosts student achievement.
2. Parent Engagement is actually a better predictor of academic success than standardized tests.
3. Parent Engagement is defined as “any variety of activities to allow parents to participate in the educational process at home or in the school.”
4. Parent Engagement declines as students age.
5. Teachers and Schools can overcome barriers to parent involvement by reaching out and building trusting information.
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