Welcome to the Adventurers Team!
The Adventurers are located in the sixth grade wing and are guided by the leadership of Mr. Chad Smith. Core team members include: Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Morret, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Stanton. Our students will also have learning experiences with other professional staff related to their individual schedules. The MMS staff and teachers are eager and excited to nurture, enrich and support our sixth graders each and every opportunity we have to work with them this year.
To reach any of our core team members please use the email addressed below:
Keepin' Up with the Adventurers
Please click link below to follow the Adventurers Team Twitter account:
In addition to the teams Twitter account, teachers listed below will be employing various methods as part of their instructional program/curriculum. Please consider following, connecting, or signing up to stay connected not only with teachers but with other MMS happenings.
- Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Language Arts, is using Remind
- Mr. Smith, Math, is also incorporating Remind
- Mrs. Smith, Science, is on Twitter: @MMSATeamScience
- Mr. Stanton, Social Studies, is also "tweeting": @MMS6ATeamS
- The Paw Print, School Newsletter, is available using Twitter: @MMSThePawPrint
- MMS Principals, Administrative Team, can be followed on Twitter: @MMS_principals
Friendly reminder for students, parents, guardians, and even students...
A great resource for students and parents to read and employ for sixth grade
Link to U.S. Department of Education Webpage
2004 U.S. Department of Education Publication Regarding Homework
Education World presents ideas that work when it comes to adequately preparing for quizzes and test in school
Discover strategies and tools for helping students and parents transition from elementary school to middle school
Greer Middle School's ideas to assure your child of a parent's loving support - the best motivation your child could ever receive
Research shows that students tend to earn higher grades, have better attendance and are more motivated when their families are highly involved
There isn't a set recipe for student success, but psychology research has pointed to a handful of factors that predict it
To make sure conferences are more successful for parents and teachers, here's a list of what parents should know
Writer Mary E. Graham's blog from September 2014 about sending your kids to (or back to) middle school
Author, New York Times writer, and public speaker on topics such as education and parenting
Website to learn more about parenting solutions that work
Adventurers Team Documents