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  • CONGRATS TO BOYS AND GIRLS  BASKETBALL TEAMS

    Congratulations to our Redhawk Boys AND Girls Basketball team in their wins against Sun Valley!  Also sending a shout out to our Lady Redhawk Cheerleaders for keeping everyone pumped up!  #GoRedhawks

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  • MESSAGE FROM MR. FERGUSON

    Hello Parents, 
    Due to a conflict with a HSA@MMS basketball game we will be rescheduling the Parent Council meeting to January 11th from 6:00-7:00 PM in the HSA@MMS Media Center.

    I hope to see you there.

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  • COZY UP WITH A GOOD BOOK

    Good Book

    Winter break is around the corner and is a great time to catch up on some leisurely reading. Cozy up with a good book from your school media center, or locate a great book on

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  • CURRENT ATTENDANCE STANDINGS

    8th Grade Scholars still holding down the lead.

    8th Grade: 95.6%
    6th Grade: 93.4%
    Staff: 93%
    7th: 92%

    #AttendanceMatters

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  • HSA@MMS IS PROUD OF OUR SCHOLARS

    HSA@MMS students should be commended for their continued efforts to learn their B4's in English and in Spanish: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Prepared, and Be Safe. We should always practice our B4's.

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  • Congratulations to Sidney Mouzon

    One of our very own seventh grade scholars, Sidney Mouzon, has won the district and the county award for the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars annual Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. This is quite an achievement for Sidney. She worked diligently on this essay for several weeks and was overcome with excitement when she found out that she won. The next step for Sidney will be the state competition. See information below for details on the VFW Patriot’s Pen contest. Patriot's Pen Each year more than 132,000 students in grades 6-8 enter the VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest. The national first-place winner wins $5,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. The first-place winner from each state competes for national awards totaling $54,500, with each first-place state winner receiving a minimum of $500 at the national level. The essay contest encourages young minds to examine America’s history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, by drafting a 300- to 400-word essay, expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the VFW Commander-in-Chief. The 2017-18 theme was: America's Gift to My Generation HSA@MMS students and staff are very proud of Sidney. Great Job!

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  • Sixth Grade Book Cafes

    The sixth grade book cafes were a complete success with our ELA classes. Each classroom served as a cozy reading cafe with soft music and animated fireplaces on the teacher smartboards. Students sampled delectable titles and completed tasting notes on their book cafe menus so they could select a “just right” book to check out. Students were allowed to munch on goldfish crackers and cookies while they explored the books. Some students were so excited about the books, they forgot to eat their snacks! Snacks, juice boxes, and table cloths were provided by Heart for Monroe. Some students found more than one just right book and cannot wait to get started reading them. We plan to make these book cafes an annual event at HSA@MMS. #HappyReading

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  • Congrats to our New HSA@MMS Beta Club Members

    You’ve missed a night to remember! On Monday, December 4, 2017 at 6:00PM the National Beta Club welcomed 14 new members of our 8th graders at the Health Sciences Academy at Monroe Middle School. These students have qualified by having a 92% average in their grades before entering 8th grade, as well as maintaining this average grades throughout 8th grade. All students took a pledge to uphold their integrity, character and academics to the highest standard. Before their parents, friends and school staff, students dressed in their best, and announced their faithfulness to all the ideals and objectives of the National Beta Club. CONGRATULATIONS to the following students, Rashel Acosta, Seth Averill, Balazs Basternak, Celeste Capote-Angelina, Jismely Castaneda, Ivan Ceballos, Jalah Crowder, Liana Fawcett, Martha Lopez-Perez, Jessica Oloarte Daniel, Gabriela Quintana, Makiah Shipman, Jalen Smith, Angel Valenzuela-Ponce! We are so very proud of you

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