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2019-2020 Comprehensive Needs Assessment Survey  

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Comprehensive Needs Assessment Survey

 


Greetings parents!

We are extremely excited to inform you that the teachers and students of Merritt Jr. High scored 407 on the 3rd benchmark assessment!

A 407 is a B and has been noted as the highest the school has ever scored on the benchmark assessments. In recognition of our students' success this year, we are having an Academic and Athletic banquet.  

Our MAAP assessments will be begin May 1st and end May 16. Please encourage our children to do their very best so that we all are successful. 

As always, thank you for choosing Robert L. Merritt Jr. High!

Christopher Turner, Principal 


 One School...One Team…One Goal! Student Achievement!

Parent Center Corner, Geraldine Ray

Come on out and visit our Parent Center at RLMJH. By visiting the center you will receive parenting literature and learning tools for you and your child. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of children and provide support to parents. I am still looking forward to seeing you at workshops.

Parents, if you have any particular areas you would like to have a workshop on please let me know. Remember, we have different ways you can be involved in your child education. Such as, Active Parents, Remind, PTO/PTA meetings, school events. In addition, you may volunteer.

You may reach me through e-mail at gray@sunflower.k12.ms.us. My hours are: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday’s from 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. I will adjust my schedule as needed.   “With us plus you, there’s nothing our students can’t do”! 

My hours are: Tuesday, Thursday, and alternate Friday’s from 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. I will adjust my schedule as needed. “With us plus you, there’s nothing our students can’t do”!  


Academic Coach’s Corner   

We are currently in review and reteach mode to ensure we meet our end of the year goal. We ask that students are at school each day, on time and eager to learn. We have our brain bowl on April 18, 2019, at Ruleville Middle School at 6 pm. This bowl will allow students to compete academically to demonstrate their knowledge in math and language arts. Please come out to help us cheer the students on. We will send more information out soon about purchasing brain bowl t-shirts and identifying the participants. Again, thank you for your continued support and we look forward to celebrating the success of Merritt Middle students, parents, faculty, and staff in the future.   

Thank you for all your support


Counselor’s Corner  

Testing Do’s and Don’ts 

Do’s 

  • Leave your phone at home or with a trusted adult.
  • Eat before the test is administered.
  • Be alert and pay attention during testing.
  • Raise your hand if you have a question, or need to use the restroom

Don’ts 

  • No Cell phones allowed in the testing site (Students, Administrators, or Proctors)
  • No food allowed in the testing site.
  • No sleeping in the testing site, especially during testing.
  • No talking or disrupting during testing

-- Latoshia Lewis, M. Ed.   

 

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Science

8th

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Math   (Session 1 & 2)

7th  

Tuesday,   May 7, 2019

ELA (Session 1 &2)

7th

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

ELA   (Session 1 & 2)

8th  

Thursday,   May 9, 2019

Biology

9th (Biology students   only)

Tuesday,   May 14, 2019

Math  

8th  

Wednesday,   May 15, 2019

Algebra I

9th (Algebra I   students only)

May   16-17, 2019

Make-up   Exams

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