Welcome to Pinewood Middle School
***Picture Retakes will be on October 19***
Friday, November 6,the 7th grade staff will be hosting the first all school activity to celebrate the end of the first marking period. This “Fall Festival of Fun” will be from 3:07 to 5:00 pm. Cost will be $3 and will have dancing to a DJ, open gym, computer lab, and a movie. Snacks will also be sold: Candy for 25-75 cents, pizza $1 a slice, and pop $.50. All students are eligible to attend if they have enough student behavior points. Have your parents pick up you up in the West Bus lot at 5:00pm. Those students who are not picked by 5:20pm will not be allowed to come to future activities.
We are partnering with Ele's place again this year. Ele’s Place, offers services to students grieving the death of a loved one. This program will be offered during the school day, once a week for 8 weeks. In small group sessions, students will have the opportunity to talk about their feelings and experiences through a variety of activities and learn positive coping skills. Groups will be led by Ele’s Place Staff and KSSN Pinewood staff, Mr. VanDenend. Please stop in the guidance office and talk to Ms. Blystra if you are interested.
Pinewood Middle School will provide a safe and supportive atmosphere that embraces diversity and inspires intellectual, social, and emotional growth.
Pinewood Middle School’s staff, in partnership with students, parents, and community, establishes standards for excellence and implements plans to meet these expectations.
Teachers utilize instructional best practices within the framework of established curriculum to promote intellectual growth and student achievement.
Staff and students cultivate social and emotional growth within the learning environment by recognizing and accepting individual differences, celebrating achievements, and working collaboratively toward common goals.
BeliefsAll students can learn.
A safe and supportive environment is most conducive to learning.
Diversity and inclusiveness enhance social and emotional growth.
Collaboration facilitates relationship building and engages students in the learning process.
A broad range of educational and extracurricular opportunities helps students identify their unique talents and gifts.
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