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Academic Games are Back at Stout: Tuesday, Nov. 14th

We are starting Academic Games again! This is a Math-based game where we compete against all the middle schools. This is free to join and all grades can join. Ask your Math teachers as they may provide you extra credit for being on the team as well. Practices are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The season extends from Nov. 17, 2017 till Jan. 26, 2018. Activities and practices are from 3:00 – 4:50 pm and Activity Buses will take you home.

Please see Mr. Lambdin to pick up a form if you are interested in joining! You can also print the form from the following link: Sign-Up

We start on November 14th, 2017.

Battle Against Hunger: Nov. 13 – Nov. 17

We will be holding the canned food drive the week before Thanksgiving (Monday, November 13 – Friday, November 17) in coordination with Edsel Ford since they are competing with the other high schools in a Battle Against Hunger.
This year, Edsel Ford was invited to do Battle Against Hunger with DHS and Fordson. The district goal is to collect 100,000 cans of nonperishable food to donate to Gleaners. fWe need your help! Each of the 3 high schools and their feeders are competing to collect the most cans.
StoutSmith, and Salina will count towards Edsel Ford’s total, and so this Friday, Nov. 10th, a group of dedicated link crew students from Edsel Ford will come into Stout teachers’ classrooms between 8:00 am and 9:00 am and share a short 2-4 minute presentation to advertise this competition to our students.

Middle School Parent Teacher Conferences: Nov. 13, 14

Middle School Parent Teacher Conferences will be held at Stout Middle School Cafeteria on Monday, Nov. 13th and Tuesday, Nov. 14th between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm. Please mark that on your calendar. Find out your kids’ strengths, achievements, and/or struggles straight from their teachers. Your kids will pay more attention when you follow their progress closely and continuously.

Stout Makes News (Good News) in The Press & Guide

 

As you know, Stout Middle School was a part of a Beyond Differences national event that aims at “creating a world where every child is accepted, valued, and included by their peers – no matter what it is that makes them different. “Stout Middle Schoolers, led by Mrs. Marla Wiacek and Mrs. Jillian Cardoza, gave it all, along with half a million students across the nation, to make the  Know your Classmate event a big success.  Here is a link to the Press & Guide article that covered the event.

Press & Guide Article about Stout Middle School Event

 

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