7th and 8th graders interested in competitive volleyball . . .
We are holding tryouts on Wednesday, October 10th from 4-5 pm in the Thunderdome. A completed sports packet is due to the main office in order to try out. Also, you must have a valid sports physical before try outs. Grab a sports packet from Coach Walsh (Ms. Walsh). There will be a parent meeting on Thursday, October 11 from 7:15-8:00 am.
Practices will be on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 4-5pm in the Thunderdome. Games will be scheduled for weekdays (Mon – Fri). $25 sports fee is due the first day of practice (please pay the main office).
6th graders interested in recreational volleyball . . .
You must have a valid sports physical to play on the team. A completed sports packet (to Coach Hernandez) with the $25 sports fee (to the main office) must be turned in by Tuesday, October 16.
Practices will be on Tuesday and Thursday from 4-5 pm in the small gym. Games will be on Saturdays.
6th, 7th and 8th Graders – are you interested in Flag Football?
We’ll hold tryouts on Monday, October 8th at the Turf Football Field from 4:10-5:10pm. You must get a sports packet from Mr. Couchman and have it completely filled out for tryouts. A valid physical is also required for tryouts.
Practices will be Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4:10-5:10pm. $25 fee is due the first practice. Bring cleats, water bottle, t-shirt, shorts and a good attitude.
S.A.F.E. Project supports and drives action that prevents fatal overdoses and mitigates the impact of the opioid epidemic on our society – especially campuses and communities.
You are invited to join this important panel discussion around the opioid epidemic on Monday, Oct 29th, from 6:30-8:00pm, at McAuliffe International School. You can view the flyer here.
Further information about the epidemic from the SAFE Project website:
“In 2017, 11.4 million Americans aged 12 or older misused opioids. The vast majority misused prescription pain relievers.”
“Statistics show that young people between the ages of 18 and 25 are least likely to view drug usage as risky behavior. It demands rejuvenated drug education programs, beginning in elementary school.”
Watch the NOVA documentary, “Addiction” on PBS, Oct 17th @ 9pm.
Our September teacher appreciation breakfast will be on Thursday, September 27th. Families are asked to donate items (if possible) for teachers to enjoy during their professional development sessions, which take place prior to our late-start mornings. You can use this link to sign up for items. You may drop off non-perishable items the day before (9/26) and perishable items the morning of (9/27 by 7:30am). Thank you!
The MMMS boys soccer game ( vs. Roberts) on Tuesday, 9/25 has been cancelled. We’ll see everyone on Thursday at practice.
Academic Success Center and Work Zone launches this week!
Academic Success Center and Work Zone will be available for your student to support their learning. Please contact Andrea Sunday with any questions or concerns.
ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER
- We encourage students to take advantage of this positive, academic support; ASC allows students to get extra support, extra practice, and get caught up on missing/unsatisfactory work before a mandatory Work-zone is assigned (on Thursday).
- Tuesday and Wednesday every week from 4:10-5:00 pm in room 311
- Students MUST sign up by 3:00 pm on the Tuesday or the Wednesday that they plan to attend ASC; sign-up sheets are posted each morning outside room 311
- Work-zone is a MANDATORY assignment for students to complete missing or unsatisfactory work
- Work-zone is held Thursday after school from 4:10-5:00 pm in room 311
- On Thursdays after 1:00pm, Work-zone assignments are posted to Kickboard (for parent notice) and lists are posted in the hall at the top of each staircase (for student notice). It is the student’s responsibility to check the list to see if they have been assigned to Work-zone
Parents/Guardians will receive a phone call on Thursday before 2:00 PM if their student is on the Work-zone list. Please be sure your student is picked up promptly at 5:00 from school if they are attending either Academic Support Center or Work Zone.
Come on out and play tennis!
Practices will be held Monday and Wednesday (starting 9/24) from 4:05-5:05. Bring a tennis racket and a water bottle. No experience necessary. If you have any questions, contact Coach Couchman.
Please join us Tuesday (9/25) from 4:30-6:30 pm at Swigert International School (3480 Syracuse St) for the
NE Denver Innovation Zone and the MMMS PTSA Kickoff Picnic!
Four schools in Northeast Denver have come together to form Denver’s newest Innovation Zone. Our MMMS PTSA is new this year too – and we need members to help us kick-off our great project ideas! Please RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/NDIZKickoff.
Por favor vengan a un evento para celebrar el comienzo de la Northeast Denver Innovation Zone (La Zona de Innovación de Northeast Denver) el 25 de septiembre, 4:30 – 6:30pm en Swigert International School. Las cuatro escuelas en Northeast Denver, McAuliffe International, McAuliffe Manual, Northfield High School, and Swigert International School, se forman la Zona de Innovación más nueva con la misión de ofrecer una educación excelente a todos los niños en Northeast Denver. Vengan al evento para aprender más sobre La Zona, conectar con otros miembros de la comunidad y disfrutar de comida. Se puede confirmar asistencia aquí
Hosted by DPS Gifted & Talented . . . Priceless Parenting: Effective strategies for supporting your child’s school achievement.
Join us for dinner and conversation with other Black families and author, Dr. Joy Lawson Davis. Click for more information: English // Espanol
- 9/27 @ 5:30pm
- Dinner and childcare provided
- RSVP by calling 720-423-2056
Fall Enrichment has been scheduled and we’re looking forward to seeing our students engage in these great activities! Letters have gone home explaining the process and the description of each activity. You can click here to view this information on our website.