Edward R. Martin Middle School

Great picture of the MMS Baseball Team and another nice picture below with our 8th grade players and Coach Emond. Thanks to Mrs. McKnight for sharing these!

What a great group of young men who represent the school with PRIDE!

Go Wildcats!!!!
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This Week at Martin Middle School
Monday, May 20th - Day 3
College Day
MMS Baseball at Hope Highlands Middle School @3:30
MTSS Student Support Team/Tier 3 @12:40pm

Tuesday, May 21st - Day 4
Grade 6 - Field Trip TEAM E
iReady (Reading) Grade 8
Robotics Club @2:30pm
MMS Softball at Kickamuit MS (Bristol) @3:30pm

Wednesday, May 22nd - Day 5
WILDCAT WEDNESDAY WEAR BLUE & WHITE
iReady (Math) Grade 8
Grade 6 - Field Trip TEAM E
Robotics Club @2:30pm
PTA Meeting at 6pm

Thursday, May 23rd - Day 6
Crochet Club @2:30pm
Robotics Club @2:30pm
Talent Show at 7pm

Friday, May 24th - Day 7
Middle2Little Mentoring at 935am
SMILES Dental Visit
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Congratulations to the Martin Boys Track Team for winning the State Championship today.
Both Girls and Boys teams represented the school and city with pride. Thank you to Coach Almeida and Coach Tarasevich and all of the athletes and families. It was impressive watching OUR KIDS compete today and never quit!

We are very proud of your accomplishments.

Go Wildcats!!!!
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Dear MMS Family,

What a week! 8th grade science, 6th and 7th grade iReady testing! We had sporting events, Awards Banquets, Field Trips, and so much more! It was another exciting week at MMS!

We have some more great times to look forward to and TOGETHER we can accomplish so much!

Let's stay focused on OUR KIDS and let's finish strong!

This week's Friday Focus shares some of the goals we have ourselves and OUR KIDS. Take a look at the secret message to get OUR KIDS goal setting.

Friday Focus

“The best thing about being a teacher is that it matters, the hardest part about being a teacher is that it matters every day.” – Todd Whitaker

Goals for TEACHERS and STUDENTS
We are always looking for inspiration especially during these busy days with the end of the year coming so quickly. It helps to do some goal setting for ourselves and OUR KIDS, so we continue to grow and finish strong. Last week, we asked our team identify goals they have for themselves and their students. Take a look at some responses below.

One goal I have for myself is to not rush through the end of the year content to try to fit everything in. My goal for my students is to put their best efforts into end of the year assessments and work!

A goal for my students is that they stay focused and on task. This time of year can sometimes become overwhelming if students are not kept on task and become to relaxed. For myself my goal is to provide my students with all the instruction they need to be successful next year.

My goal for my students is that they give it their all and reach the finish line with all their assignments and feel proud of what they have accomplished this year.My goal for myself is that I am able to be there for ALL my students and help them be successful in 6th grade!!!

One goal I have for my students is that they continue to work on how to schedule. Some students go to bed so late and are so tired at school. We have worked on building what schedules can look like so they can fit all the fun stuff but still allow their buddies to rest. A goal I have for myself is to read more. Now that the school year is winding down and shows are being to end, I'd like to find more time to read.

Secret Message: Teachers have your students write down their goals and share it with Mr. Black next week. Let them know we will share some in the Friday Focus. Winners (Students and Teachers!!!) will receive a gift card! Best of luck!

One goal that I have for myself between now and the end of the school year is to enjoy the last few weeks with my students. This is my favorite part of the year because it’s when I get to reflect on how much my students have grown throughout the year. I also enjoy reflecting with students on all of the successes we’ve had, detours we’ve taken, and memories we’ve created. Even though this marks the end of the year, it also marks the beginning of lasting relationships we can continue to have with students. A goal for my students is the same message. For them to reflect on how this year has gone for them and how they can build on successes they’ve had this year.

Have a great weekend and thanks for all you do!

LEARN and TEACH with PASSION!
Mr. Black
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OUR KIDS had an awesome time on the 8th Grade trip to Lake Compounce. Check out the awesome pictures. Our teachers said they represented Martin well and despite the weather and waiting in lines, they had a tremendous time. Thank you to all of our WILDCAT teachers and staff and families who made this possible for OUR KIDS.

There are so many great things happening at Martin Middle School!
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Congratulations to our WILDCAT PRIDE WINNERS. They represent the very best in all of us. GO WILDCATS!!! ...

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Beautiful day for baseball at Martin Middle School (well actually at Glenlyon Field). It’s great watching OUR KIDS compete! Go Wildcats!!! ...

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Congratulations to 8th graders Sophia and Jack for their honor at the RIMLE Scholar Award Dinner. They have performed at an extremely high level at Martin and received this special recognition tonight. They celebrated with their amazing families and dedicated teachers.

Congrats to Jack and Sophia and thanks for making us proud! There are so many great things happening at Martin Middle School.
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