In This Edition
Senior Prom Details, Romeo & Juliet: Love Is A Battlefield, Spring Choir Concert on May 10, Spring Orchestra Concert on May 12, Volunteer Opportunities (Donations for Activity Bags, Maeser Counseling Department, Don’t Forget to Report Your Hours), Sports Announcements (Sports Academic Eligibility), Counseling Announcements (Miss Krystal’s Counseling Corner Podcast, Ms. Sorenson’s Middle School Podcast), Help Us Stay In Touch + Opt In For School Text Messages
Front Office Hours This Week
Upcoming Dates and Deadlines
RISE Testing: 7th & 8th Grades (in class)
Saturday, May 1
Senior Prom at Maeser
Monday, May 3
AP Exams Begin
Monday, May 10
7pm Spring Choir Concert at Maeser
Wednesday, May 12
7pm Spring Orchestra Concert
Thursday, May 20
Friday, May 21-Wednesday, May 26
Thursday, May 27
Senior Prom Details
The Student Council has put together a special Senior Prom for the Class of 2021. Tickets are on sale through Thursday, April 29th. You cannot purchase tickets at the door.
Romeo & Juliet: Love Is A Battlefield
Our LIVE all-school musical performs Friday (2:00 & 6:45), Saturday (2:00 & 6:45), and Monday (6:45)! Join us in a celebration of community, classic literature, and the 1980s. 90-minute performances are outdoors, ala Shakespeare-in-the-park, so bring cushions & blankets. Masks required in the audience, and seating is limited. All ticket sales are ONLINE: Tickets for Romeo & Juliet: Love Is A Battlefield
Spring Choir Concert: May 10 at 7:00pm
We’re having our first and only choir concert of the year at the school. The program will last about an hour. Of course our program features great music by the choirs, but it’ll also feature a few small groups and soloists! Come listen to some Disney, Musical Theater, Pentatonix and more! See you there!
Spring Orchestra Concert: May 12 at 7:00pm
It’s time for the Orchestra Spring Concert here in the school gym! The program will feature all three of our school orchestras, as well as some of the performances from this year’s solo and ensemble competition. You won’t want to miss your only chance to hear the orchestras live in concert this school year!
Maeser Counseling Donations
Maeser Counseling needs some donations for student programs. Please check out the sign-up sheet and donate if you can: Counseling Department Donations
Don’t Forget to Report Your Hours!
Report your volunteer hours once you’ve dropped off your donation: Report Parent Service Hours. Each $5 spent for donations counts as one hour of volunteer service!
Sports Academic Eligibility
Students (7th-12th) must earn a 2.7 GPA with no Fs/NGs. In addition, high school students cannot have any Fs/NGs/Incompletes from previous high school terms. If the F/NG/Incomplete is made up by the beginning of the sports season they will be able to participate.
Miss Krystal’s Counseling Corner Podcast
THIS WEEK! The science behind better mental health and honesty, plus 7 tips to stop lying and the “A Voice For Animals” Contest. Catch it all in episode #43: Honestly Better Mental Health
Students can listen and email Mrs. Anderson a main point from the podcast to be entered into a weekly drawing. Drawings will take place on Mondays or Tuesdays.
BONUS EPISODE! Beginning this year we have added two mental health workers to our counseling team. These counselors are free resource to Maeser students. This episode introduces the counselors, defines mental health and mental illness, covers what they can help with and the process to having your student get connected. Check it out in this special episode that introduces our Mental Health Support Program and the new counselors: Maeser Mental Health Support Services
If you have further questions, please contact your student’s counselor:
Ms. Sorenson’s Middle School Podcast
THIS WEEK! Random questions and answers for an interesting discussion: Random Questions and Answers
Also, take on the challenge by Ms. Sorenson as we all get to know each other and get candy in the process!
Help Us Stay In Touch!
Not getting our emails, phone or text messages? Here’s how to make sure you’re getting all of our important announcements and information:
Opt In For School Text Messages
Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts, student fees, and more. We will only use text messaging for urgent and important information.
You can participate in this service by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to our school’s short code number, 67587. You can also opt out of text messages at any time by simply replying to one of our messages with “Stop”.
Thank you for helping us keep in contact with your family!
Update Your Contact Information
If any of your contact information has changed – email address, mailing address, phone number – please let us know so we can stay in touch with your family.