Welcome Back to School!!! 2011-2012. School-wide Title I School Pre-AP / Advanced Classes Enrichment / Remediation TEAM-Math AMSTI (Alabama Math Science Technology Initiative) 21 st Century Community Learning Center.
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Please visit our county web site at www.elmoreco.com.
Our school web site is http://www.mymillbrookmiddle.com/. Each teacher will have their own information link.
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Please follow these instructions very carefully. These procedures are maintained to ensure the safety of our children.
All bus and car procedures will be listed in our Millbrook Middle School handbook, which is distributed at the beginning of the school year.
Car riders should be dropped off between 7:15 AM and 7:30 AM in front of their building. Students that eat breakfast in the cafeteria should be dropped off in front of the cafeteria. Students will be escorted to class after breakfast. Students will not be allowed to go to homeroom before going to breakfast.
Car riders are released in the afternoon at 2:35 PM. Bus riders are loaded at 2:35 PM, therefore we can not accept phone calls to change transportation or check outs past 2:15 PM. All students should be picked up from the campus by 3:00 PM.
How can parents monitor their child’s academic performance?
Benchmark tests will be given in reading and math based on state standards (mid-quarter/quarterly).
Small group instruction
Classworks /Kids College / Lexia / Fast Math / Orchard
Alabama Reading Initiative Strategies
AMSTI / TEAM-Math
Collaborative planning among staff
Walk Through Observations
Comprehensive School Counseling Program
Schools are funded based on the number of students that attend the 20days after Labor Day. It is very important that the students attend school.
Alabama Law places the responsibility for regular attendance upon the parent/guardian. If a student is absent a written note or e-mail must be sent within three days after the student returns to school.
The complete attendance law including excused and unexcused absences is located in our Elmore County Code of Conduct. A copy of this book is distributed to every parent the first week of school.
The Elmore County Student Code of Conduct and MMS Student Handbook will strictly be enforced. Please read and familiarize yourself with this manual.
The Elmore County Code of Conduct groups students by grades K-4 and 5-12 for disciplinary consequences. At MMS, 5th graders will follow the disciplinary guidelines for grades 5-12.
Dress Code: Shirts tucked in with a belt / No hats / shorts – skorts must be 2 inches above the knee / Shoulders must be covered / Mid-riff covered
Students now have the option of eating breakfast each morning at MMS. Breakfast will be served from 7:15AM-7:30AM each morning.
Full Price Breakfast - $1.00
Reduced Price Breakfast - $0.30
Full Price Lunch - $2.00
Reduce Price Lunch - $0.40
Students that receive free lunch also receive free breakfast.
Students may bring lunch from home or purchase lunch in the cafeteria. It is against federal guidelines to bring carbonated drinks or fast food into a school cafeteria. Please only allow your child to bring food from home.
Lunch money may be paid daily, weekly, or monthly. However, we encourage all payments to be made on Mondays. We do accept checks for lunch. No charges will be allowed this year.
Students may bring snack from home or purchase snack &/or juice from the school. Please only send money for snack DAILY, and separate from lunch money.
If your child must follow a special diet for medical reasons, please contact the office.