MIDDLE SCHOOL 101- Tips for a positive transition to J. Michael Lunsford Middle School. What are middle schoolers most concerned with?. Friends --- Self-Image --- School--- Activities. We Are a Team!.
MIDDLE SCHOOL 101-Tips for a positive transition to J. Michael Lunsford Middle School
Friends --- Self-Image --- School--- Activities
We Are a Team!
In middle school, the students’ lockers and most core courses are in a “House”. The Dean, Counselor and Secretary work together to keep the House in order.
Deans:Help keep students safe and remind students to follow the rules. They will also work with teachers on instruction and curriculum.
Counselors:Help students in three main ways: individually, small groups, and classroom lessons. Classroom lessons include bully prevention, academic planning and career exploration.
Secretaries:Handle attendance, bus passes, early dismissals and general housekeeping duties.
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Switch Seats for One Block5
Wear Hat for a Day5
Outside Fun during Lunch on Monday 5
2 Packs of Fruit Snacks10
Sit in Teacher’s Chair for One Block15
50 Cent Gift Certificate for School Store15
A Pack of Gum25
Basketball/Kickball During Lunch with Friends25
Free Manhattan Personal Pizza Certificate35
Pizza Party During Lunch with 3 Friends60
6th Graders will:
-Visit a college campus! 6th grade students will visit George Mason University April 2014!
- “College Knowledge” - acquainting students with basic information and “lingo”
7th Graders will:
-Current college, military, and vocation students will visit 7th grade students to work on preparing and applying to post secondary avenues
- “Career Corner”- introduce students to basic career information and “lingo”
8th Graders will:
-Be exposed to real life careers throughout our community through “Day at Work”
-Participate in ‘My Imaginary Life’ exercise to get a glimpse into real-world situations
-Meet with high school counselors to make effective course selections for 9th grade
All students will: develop and maintain a 6 year plan of studies, complete interest/skills inventories using a variety of online tools, conduct college and career research relevant to their interests/skills.
**STEM Day WILL BE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2013, ALL OF OUR STUDENTS WILL LEARN ABOUT A VARIETY OF CAREERS IN THE STEM FIELDS**
It is never to early to start preparing for your future!
Lunsford students will focus on:
Parents can also help!
Last but not least, talk to your school counselor
The library offers:
Reading Incentive Activities
Brain Booster Puzzles and Games
Resources for Research
Over 30 research databases to help find information easily
An online subscription to The Washington Post
Mackin Via E-Books
Easy to use Pathfinders for guided research
Links to new books and authors
A new visual online catalog
10/17 @ 7pm: Neil Slevin