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Landmark Middle School Weekly Announcements, HOME OF THE KNIGHTS

 

Good Morning Knights today is...

 

There is less than 2 weeks of school left.  Can you believe it!  Make sure that you are on top of your academics so you can end the school year strong.  Your grades and behavior are what will allow for opportunities in the next school year! 

 

 

  • Attention 8th grade students if you already purchased your 8th grade activities package or a ticket to the dance please see Mr. Rubio, Miss Blask or Ms. Muhammad in the front office for a permission slip you will need a signed permission slip to enter the dance.

     Also, also we are still selling tickets to the dance so if you plan on buying a ticket tomorrow or Tuesday pick up  your permission slip today. 

     8th graders don't forget exit interviews are Tuesday that's the day after your Memorial Day holiday so don't forget exit interviews are Tuesday May 29th come dressed to impress we can't wait to see you at your best. 

    Last thing,  8th graders we are still selling Magic Mountain tickets and we will be until we fill up the last bus, get your ticket ASAP.

     

"Hear Ye Hear Ye Knights!  The 2017 - 2018 yearbooks are on their way.  They are available on line until Friday for only $30 and will be $35 when bought on site.  You must have an order code, which is available in the office!"

  • Attention all bike riders, Bicycle Rules will be strictly enforced, please ensure that you are following the rules of the road and wearing your helmets at all times.

    Rumor has it that The Attendance Donut Patrol will be out this week looking for a 1st period class the best attendance average for 2nd semester.

    I wonder who will win 3 dozen delicious, fresh donuts!  Thank you for being here on time, every day KNIGHTS!

 

 

Coming up this week at Landmark Middle School...

MONDAY:  NO SCHOOL Memorial Day

Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May.  It was formally known as Decoration Day.  Memorial Day started as an event to honor Union soldiers who had died during the American Civil War. It was inspired by the way people in the Southern states honored their dead. After World War I, it was extended to include all men and women who died in any war or military action.  Landmark would like to thank all those who serve our country each and every day.

TUESDAY: 8th grade Exit Interviews/8th grade Dinner/Dance 

WEDNESDAY:  COLLEGE SPIRIT SHIRT DAY! REGULAR DAY @ 2:55pm

THURSDAY:  Student of the Month Pizza with the Principal @ both lunches.  Students for March, April and May!  Congrats KNIGHTS!

FRIDAYLandmark SPIRIT Shirt Day! Wear your HONOR shirt !  TODAY IS A MINIUM DAY-Student dismissal @ 11:55pm

 

  College SPOTLIGHT:

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

HOME OF THE BEAVERS

Founded in 1868

Average entering GPA:  3.63

Oregon State University’s outstanding faculty and academic programs consistently attract more high achieving students than any other school in Oregon. Oregon State offers more than 200 undergraduate and 100 graduate degree programs through its 11 colleges.

A PAC-12 Conference School in Athletics

 On Tuesday May 1st, Landmark will be holding its 1st College Pledge DAY!  Come out and see your Counselors at lunch under the pavilion to pledge to pursuing education beyond High School!  Whether a college of choice, career of choice or major of choice, COMMIT to your FUTURE KNIGHTS!

  • Social Skill of the Month- MAY

    ACCEPTING CRITICISM or a CONSEQUENCE

 

Look at the person

  • Remember that eye contact shows respect and says you are paying attention.
  • Don’t “stare down” or glare at the person.
  • Maintain a pleasant facial expression: avoid frowning or making faces.

 

Say, “Okay.”

  • By saying, “Okay,” you communicate understanding. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you agree though.
  • Answer right away and speak clearly; avoid tone, whining, or pouting.
  • Using nonverbal cues that show understanding like a “thumbs up” or “okay” hand signal are okay.

 

Stay calm.

  • If you react negatively, you may make the situation worse.
  • Use self-control strategies (taking deep breaths, counting to 10, using positive self talk, reminding yourself of negative consequences if you argue, etc.) that will keep you from becoming overly emotional, angry, or frustrated.

 

If you disagree, ask later.

  • Plan how you will approach the person, including what you will say.
  • Accept his/her answer, even if it is still “No.”
  • Thank the person for listening.

 

 
Each Week at Landmark Middle School
Remember each day of the week we focus on a different School Wide Expectation “The Code of Honor”
Monday: Honesty
Tuesday: Organization
Wednesday: Nobility
Thursday: Outstanding
Friday: Respectful
 
 
LANDMARK MIDDLE SCHOOL ROCKS!