Belonging Retrival

Parents,

 

First and foremost, I want to thank you for supporting your student during these trying times.  During the Corona Pandemic, our students were able to continue learning from home because of your assistance. This included providing home internet, picking up computers and chargers, and being a resource when your student did not understand an assignment.  Our teachers worked diligently to provide material and support students to minimize learning gaps. We know learning is difficult for some students when the process is not in-person.  Though this is not an ideal way to end a school year...we made it.  

 

As we begin to prepare the building for summer maintenance and cleaning, we need to ensure your child’s belongings have been picked up. The points below outline the procedure that Maconaquah Middle School will use for students to retrieve their belongings.  The dates and times are in place to ensure social distancing and abide by Governor Holcomb’s orders.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mr. Jernagan at 765-689-9131 ext 4000.    

 

Maconaquah Middle School Student item pickup-MAY 26,27,28

  • May 26 Last name starting with letter A-J
  • May 27 Last name starting with letter K-S
  • May 28 Last Name starting with letter T-Z
  • Only students may enter the building
  • Social distancing guidelines need to be followed
  • Hours are 9 AM - 4PM
  • Everyone must enter the building through the MAIN ENTRANCE
  • Everyone will exit the building using the door to the West of the front office
  • The building will be capped at 10 students per grade level(additional students will form a line outside of the main office)
  • Students will be able to retrieve items from their hallway locker and PE locker
  • Items left in teacher classrooms will be bagged with the students name and should be picked up at the table before exiting the building
  • Medicine will be bagged with the students name and should be picked up at the table before exiting the building 
  • Band instruments should be picked up at the table before exiting the building
  • A limited number of teachers will be available to assist students with locker combinations and to help facilitate students

Attention 7th and 8th grade students 21st Century Scholar information

Attention Parents of 7th and 8th Grade Students
As we move through this difficult time, many of you may be experiencing a change in income due to the Coronavirus.  Please check the 21st Century Scholarship requirements at Scholars.IN.gov to see if your child is eligible.  
 

STEM Parent Feedback

Please provide us with feedback regarding your students experience with STEM at Maconaquah

STEM Feedback

 

Learning Initiative

During the last 3 years, Maconaquah Middle School went through an extensive process of changing our grading system to standards-based reporting format.  Last year this format was piloted in the core subjects. Teachers used scales and benchmarks assessments to better measure and track student learning in the classroom.  I am proud of the teacher's dedication to this process. During the 2019-2020 school year, all classes will be graded using a 0-4 based on the scales developed over the last few years.  To help you learn more about the standards-based reporting system we have created and posted 4 videos. Scales for each course will be posted at the same link. Copy and pasted the link below in your address bar to view these informational videos and scales.  You can also view the information in written form in the 2019-2020 student handbook.

Mr. Jernagan's SBR Letter 

SBR Resources