Home of the Graduating Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022

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Mon., Oct. 5th – ‘Y’ Day

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Wed., Oct. 7th – Popeye’s School Night

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Oct. 15-16 — Fall Break – No School

Boys and Girls Club will be Closed

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The 110 staff members of Park Middle School are dedicated to providing the highest quality education and empowering all students to succeed in a culturally diverse community, nation, and world.

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STUDENT CELL PHONES should be turned off and kept in lockers during the school day.  Students may use the phone in the office, but please leave detailed messages so we can expedite communication.

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Park Parents/Guardians,

It is absolutely critical that students use crosswalks in all situations when crossing streets.  Cutting between cars (not using crosswalks) creates blind spots for the pedestrians and drivers.    We ask that students also walk bikes and boards/scooters when crossing at crosswalks.  Please continue to assist us in talking with your child about traffic safety.  For additional information regarding arrival and dismissal policies, please CLICK HERE!

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Please call the Park Middle School Attendance Office at 436-1212 – ext. 1, to report student absences each day the student is gone.

If you need to pick up a student for an appointment or early departure, please contact the Park Office as early in the day as possible. We can then provide the student with a pass ahead of time & they can be ready to leave when you arrive. With little notice, it can be difficult to quickly get a student to the Office, especially if they are in the middle of a test, in an alternate classroom, at lunch or outside for PE.

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 ACT when you know of any situation that threatens the safety of any student.

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Helpful reminders from the Park Health Office:

Seventh Grade students are required to have a Physical, Immunization update (including a Tdap), and dental exam prior to the start of school.  Thank you to the parents/guardians that have provided this information.  If you have not turned this information in to the Health Office, please do so as soon as possible.  If your student has seen the dentist in the past year, just notify the Health Office of the date of the dental exam.  Health Office staff will be contacting parent/guardian of students with missing information.  Immunization information must be current by October 19th, 2015, in order to avoid possible exclusion from school.

6th and 8th grade students that are not current with immunizations will be contacted by Health Office staff regarding this lack of compliance.  Information must be updated by October 19, 2015, in order to avoid possible exclusion from school.

Flu Season, Centers for Disease Control (CDC): The United States experiences epidemics of seasonal flu each year. Flu season occurs in the winter; flu outbreaks can happen as early as October and can last as late as May.  Consider a flu shot for your student.  Students with health conditions are especially in need of a flu shot.  In addition to getting a seasonal flu vaccine if not already gotten vaccinated, you take everyday preventive actions like staying away from sick people and washing hands to reduce the spread of germs. If you are sick with flu, stay home from work or school to prevent spreading flu to others.”

School Nurse Park Middle School 402-436-1212,  #4