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6th and 7th Grade Supply List  2019-2020

2019-2020 School Calendar

Bell Schedule 

 6th Grade    7th Grade
 1st Hour - Exploratory  7:52 - 8:37    1st Hour   7:52 - 8:52
 2nd Hour  8:41 - 9:41
   2nd Hour - Exploratory  8:56 - 9:41
 3rd Hour - Advisory  9:45 - 10:25    3rd Hour - Advisory  9:45 - 10:25
 Lunch  10:27 - 11:07    4th Hour 10:29 - 11:29 
 4th Hour  11:11 - 12:11    Lunch  11:31 - 12:11
 5th Hour  12:14 - 1:14    5th Hour - Exploratory  12:15 - 1:00
 6th Hour - Exploratory  1:18 - 2:03    6th Hour 1:04 - 2:04 
 7th Hour  2:07 - 3:07    7th Hour 2:07 - 3:07 

ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL 

Students should not arrive on campus prior to 7:30 am unless they have made special arrangements with a teacher, i.e.; extra help, music practice, study-time, academic drop-in, or early arrival due to special circumstances.  If you have made special arrangements to be in the building, enter through the main entrance door.  Students with band instruments will enter through the band room in the mornings.

Students who eat breakfast in the cafeteria may enter the cafeteria at 7:30 am. After completing breakfast, students should report to their grade-level area in the gym by exiting the cafeteria through the back door. Students may enter the building at 7:30 am from the gym. Students will have five minutes to place/retrieve items from their locker and report to class. At the end of the day, students are required to leave campus unless they are involved in an after-school sponsored activity. Students wait outside the school building for transportation home. Parents will need to arrange to have their children picked up by 3:07 pm. 

DRESS FOR SUCCESS

FMS is a place that promotes dressing for success. It is important for our students to understand the importance between dressing for school and dressing for out of school activities.  Thank you for supporting a healthy and safe learning environment for all of our children. Administration will be the final judge of dress code violations. If there are concerns, the student's parent/legal guardian will be contacted at that time.


Successful school-environment clothing will cover stomachs and chests from front and side views. Clothes, tops and bottoms, will cover underwear and places where underwear would be visible to others. Bottoms will be at least fingertip length. Thin-strapped tops are also not school appropriate.


Student safety is a priority. Students will wear proper shoes for school activities. Students will be asked to remove jewelry and body or face piercings that are deemed unsafe for school activities. Some styles of clothing may be inappropriate due to the safety risk or distraction they pose to the individual or others.


Personal expression is important, but it also comes with the responsibility to foster a safe and professional learning community. Clothing that identifies or refers to tobacco or alcohol, illegal substances, gang affiliations, obscenities, sexual themes, weapons, derogatory images, or violence are not appropriate for school/school activities.  We do not wear hats, caps, visors, hoods, or sunglasses inside the school building except for school approved events.


Our goal is to help students learn to dress for success.

 

Please remember the importance of practicing math skills and reading over the summer!  A great timetable to base practice off of is "30 times 5".

  • 30 - Minutes of Reading (minimum)
  • Times - Practice Multiplication Facts
  • 5 - Days per week

After you practice, try to complete the Mixed Multiplication Sheet in under 4 minutes getting all answers correct.

Mixed Multiplication Practice

In Order Multiplication Practice