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26 DAYS

OF INSTRUCTION LEFT

IN THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR

IT'S ALL ABOUT COMMITMENT 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR  FUNDRAISER WINNERS MELISSA LUGENBELL AND MYASHIA SMITH!

        

THANKS TO MRS. KETCHAM FOR ORGANIZING

THE FUNDRAISER AND PROVIDING THE PRIZES!

 

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Dress Down for Relay Days!!!

 

April 28th, 29th, 30th, May 1st, and 2nd

 

Each day cost $1.00. Students that participate every day will have their name placed in a drawing for prizes including a $25.00 Walmart gift card.

 

Monday: Superheroes for a cause (Wear any superhero shirt. Team Cody tribute)

 

Tuesday: Team up on cancer (Team Jersey)

 

Wednesday: Put a Cap On Cancer (Caps/Hats)

 

Thursday: Pink it Out Day (As much pink as you can wear)

 

Friday: Dress it down to stop cancer (Jeans and any relay or cancer support shirt)

 

 

 

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STUDENT SHOWCASE

FRIDAY, APRIL 18TH AT 1:45 P.M.

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It's that time of year again...Testing is in the air!  Elizabethtown Middle School is in need of proctors for the End of Grade Tests that will be administered June 2 -10, 2014.  Proctors are required for each test session and will assist the Test Administrators (teachers). Proctors must be at least 18 years old. Please contact Geraldine Bradshaw gbradshaw@bladen.k12.nc.us or call the school at 862-4071.  Thank you in advance for your support and help. 

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CHEERS AND JEERS

Have a positive word to share about ETMS?  Have a concern you need to share?  Send your comments to jhwarren@bladen.k12.nc.us or share on our FB group 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/524294374313282/

CHEER:
4/17/14  So proud of all of the students that participated in the ETMS Talent Show tonight for the parent showcase! Also, the 5th grade chorus, 6th grade band, and 7th/8th grade band did a fabulous job! The art display was awesome as well! Thanks to the staff who helped or attended and a huge shout out to the 100+ parents, friends, and students that came to support our FABULOUS school! I am so proud to be a COUGAR!! Don't forget the student showcase tomorrow at 1:30! Parents, family, and friends are encouraged to attend!!  Patsy Moffat
4/11/14  So proud of our Battle of the Books Team.  They looked and acted so professional at the Regional Competition on Thursday.  They came in 9th out of 26 teams...way to go!  Mrs. Warren
  
3/30/14  Public Announcement!!! I am so proud to teach and coach at ETMS. There were over 20 administrators, teachers, students, and volunteers out at the school today to help work on the ball fields. Being strapped for cash and having the biggest campus in the county with no equipment makes things very difficult for us. However, it is wonderful to have people that would rather put forth effort and help than sit back and complain about things. 
There is no staff in the county with more PRIDE than the ETMS cougars!
Coach Lancaster
3/21/14  From UNCP -- A.I.G./8th grade Campus Visit

"Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to work with you. Please let your students and chaperones know that they are to be commended for their

discipline and respective manners while visiting our campus. Pleasure to have you on our campus!"

3/19/14   "Parents are a big key to our student's success.  It is wonderful to know that Madison's Dad (sixth grade) goes the extra mile to help her with homework any way necessary.  I recently learned that he works out of town and still provides his daughter with quality assistance through the use of "face time" on their IPads.  Talk about dedication!!  Way to Go Dad!!!"

Mrs. Johnson

JEER:

3/10/14 -- Just wanted to send an email to express my concern about the recent contest deadline being extended. Just curious how the students who participated and worked hard to get projects done feel about being shown that hard work and accomplishing a task within the deadline are rewarded by others who didn't do the same are given more time. This to me just shows that it's o.k. to be tardy on assignments that are put in front of them. I personally don't think this is a way to reward them for a job well done and done on time.

     RESPONSE:  Thanks for sharing your concern.  The deadline was extended because of some miscommunication, so we wanted to make sure that all of the students had a chance to participate.  We understand your point.

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