- Middle School
- Middle School
- Counselor's Corner
- Guidance - Academic Advisor
- Independent Physical Education (IPE)
- Mathematics Course Placement
- PE Clothing Order Form
- Student Links
- Summer School Incoming 9th graders
- Middle School Supply List
- Wildcat Service Awards Program
Tips for Getting and Staying Organized
Home Work Space - Find a quiet location with good light and a place to store study materials. Keep materials in the same place so they are easy to find when needed. It’s often best to have a set study time each day so completing homework and projects becomes a regular part of your after school schedule. Take a break after an hour if needed, but keep it short.
Notebooks and Folders - Ideally, keep a separate notebook for each class with separate sections for class notes/study guides, returned tests/quizzes, homework assignments to complete, and homework assignments to turn in. Handouts should be placed in the appropriate section (i.e. class notes, homework, etc.). Have additional paper available for class assignments and note taking. If a notebook is used for more than one subject, separate subject dividers labeled with each subject should be used.
Backpack - Only carry necessary notebooks and books to and from school. If you have a class set of textbooks and don't need your textbooks at school, leave these at home for homework use. Keep small items such as pencils, erasers, calculators in a zippered pocket or plastic container for easy access. Keep all loose papers in their appropriate folders for each subject. Reorganize your backpack weekly to clear out unnecessary documents and place in their appropriate folders.