Maeser Updates: 28 December 2018

In this edition: MSI Announcements (General Information, Spelling Bee, Sewing Class Supplies, Ancient Foods & Textiles Class Supplies), Volunteer Help Needed (MSI Sewing Class, MSI Ancient Foods & Textiles Class), Concurrent Enrollment for 2nd Semester, Sports Announcements (HS Boys Soccer Conditioning, Activities/Sports Eligibility)

Upcoming Dates and Deadlines

Front Office Hours During Winterim/MSI
8:30am-2:30pm Monday-Friday

January 2-19: Winterim & Middle School Intensives
BELL SCHEDULE: Winterim and MSI classes are in session from 9:00am to 2:00pm every day (including Fridays). Lunch is from 11:15-11:45am daily.
DRESS: Regular Maeser uniforms are required during Winterim/MSI. Full Dress uniforms are not required except when specified by your student’s teacher(s).

Saturday, January 19
11:00am-2:00pm Winterfest! + Uniform Exchange

MSI (Middle School Intensives) Announcements

Middle School Intensives (MSI) begins on Wednesday, January 2nd for all students in grades 7 and 8. School begins at 9:00am and ends at 2:00pm EVERY day during MSI, including Fridays. Before the break, all middle school students received a packet containing more information about MSI and another packet containing permission slips for field trips. You should also have received an email containing this information and an electronic copy of the packet (with the subject line “Middle School Intensives Info + Packet: Group [your student’s MSI group #]”). If you can’t find the packet or the email, please email Mr. Norris at jared.norris@maeserprep.org. Permission slips were due before the start of Christmas Break, so if you haven’t turned those in, please send them with your student on the first day of MSI, January 2nd!

Middle School Spelling Bee

During Middle School Intensives (MSI) the 7th and 8th graders will be participating in class spelling bees with class winners competing in the school bee on January 17. Click here for details: 2019 Spelling Bee Announcement, and here for the spelling list that will be used for the competition: 2019 Spelling Bee Study Guide & Word List.

Student Supplies for MSI Sewing (8th grade)

All 8th grade students will participate in a sewing unit during MSI. You will need to bring the following items to your sewing class (check your Group schedule for the date of your class).

  • 2/3 yard of fleece fabric (60 inches wide) for making 2 hats
  • Three buttons: one 2-hole, one 4-hole, and a shank button
  • Two 8-inch squares of print cotton for a quilt square (you may bring extra fabric for more than one quilt square

If you cannot bring an item, please talk to Mrs. Goodrich BEFORE the first day of the sewing class.

Student Supplies for MSI Ancient Foods & Textiles (7th grade)

All 7th grade students will participate in an Ancient Foods & Textiles (AFT) unit during MSI. You will need to bring the following items to your AFT class (check your Group schedule for the date of your class).

  • a medium to large, old, preferably cotton T-shirt that can be repurposed as part of the textiles portion of our class (a small T-shirt probably won’t provide enough material)
  • a pair of scissors with your family name taped or written on them capable of cutting said shirt

If you cannot bring an item, please talk to Mrs. Sumsion BEFORE your AFT class.

Volunteer Help Needed!

MSI Sewing Class (8th grade)

We need parent volunteers for the Sewing class for 8th grade held during MSI. We also need additional sewing machines to borrow for the class. If you can do either or both, please email Mrs. Goodrich marlene.goodrich@maeserprep.org. Thanks!

MSI Ancient Foods & Textiles (7th grade)

We also need parent volunteers for the Ancient Foods & Textiles class for 7th grade held during MSI (Jan 14, 16, 18, and 19)! Please contact Mrs. Sumsion at trudy.sumsion@maeserprep.org before those dates so that she can orient you.

Concurrent Enrollment for 2nd Semester

Students planning on taking a Concurrent Enrollment class during 2nd semester need to begin the admission process ASAP! Visit UVU Concurrent Enrollment for details and to begin the admission process.

Students planning on taking Math 1030 or Math 1060 next semester need to make sure to register for these classes NOW.

Sports Announcements

HS Boys Soccer Conditioning

Optional preseason conditioning will begin January 2nd from 3-4pm at CrossFit Lehi (401 S. 850 E. Lehi, Utah). Conditioning will be every day during Winterim (Jan 2-18).

Activities/Sports Eligibility for Quarter 3 and beyond

Students must earn a 2.7 GPA with no Fs/NGs for the 2nd term in order to be eligible to participate in activities sports during the 3rd term. In addition to this standard, any high school students who have NGs/Fs from any previous high school courses will be required to make up the F/NG before they are eligible to participate in activities/sports. Contact the counselors to learn more about options for making up these courses.

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