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posted Sep 10, 2015, 1:50 PM by Kriss Davis   [ updated Jun 8, 2018, 12:10 PM by Sam Dean ]

MMS Daily Bulletin 6/1


June 1

FUN DAY! The last day of school is a fun day out on the MMS Field! In order to participate, students MUST clear all fines, return all books, and return all uniforms.



ATTENTION MIDDLETOWN RESIDENTS: Need help getting groceries? Realizing the devastating impact the recent destruction of Hardester’s Market will have on the Middletown Community, Lake Transit/Lake Links are developing a shuttle service to help transportation-challenged Middletown residents get to grocery stores and other essential shopping opportunities. It may take a few days to work out the details, but there may be some in need of immediate assistance to get essential groceries.

If you are a Middletown Resident and urgently need help getting to Hardester’s in Hidden Valley this week, please contact: Karl E Parker (707) 994-3384 ext. 7 or karl.parker@mediacombb.net

You can also let someone at the Senior Center know, as we are working with the staff there to help us assess needs quickly.

For ATTENDANCE, please call Teri at (707) 987-1441. Please add this number into your phone!

Attendance cannot be changed after 48 hours.  Parents must provide the note, the reason, and the excuse within 48 hours of the absence and we cannot go back in after that to change a student's attendance. The state has tightened everything up and we need to make sure our data is consistent.


STUDENT OF THE MONTH: Congratulations, Alex Imbrunetti!


Employee of the Month: Jake Dean!


The Middle School Garden is in need of used picnic benches. If you are able to donate one, please let Mrs. Cascio know. Thank you!! Sue.cascio@middletownusd.org


Mr. Coit is looking for book donations for his class library! To see what books his students recommend here is the link: http://www.amazon.com/registry/wishlist/2UQXXANK942AL


Reminder: Please do not touch the baby birds out in the quad! Their parents will still take care of them even if they fall from their nest.

The end of the year is approaching and it is time to start looking for any overdue library books, as well as finishing up checked out books and getting them turned in!! Here is a poem from your librarian:


Books can take you places

All around the world!

One day you’re a super spy

The next day you’re a squirrel!

Chatting with your peers

And recommending different author

Helps you meet new people,

And have great conversations with you father


Checking out a book is fun, easy, and free

Returning them is too, you see.

But this is where most student falter

And this is something we must alter!

So Look under your beds!

Check the cushions on your couch!

Make sure and turn in all your books,

Or your sweet librarian will turn into a grouch!



Pride Page Winners:

Congratulations: Easton Redford, Wyatt Smith, Vanessa Rodriguez, Katie Dow, Jori Woodruff, Daniel Blecman, Micah Dymer, Citlalli Ramirez, and Mr. Dean!





Last Week of School

Please remember to bring a bag to take your PE clothes home and other items from your locker! The office does not provide bags. Thank you!  CHECK THE LOST AND FOUND – IT WILL BE DONATED NEXT WEEK!





Monday 5/7

Mrs. Slaight is still accepting Sports Donations for track and softball! Thank you.



Friday 6/1

Fun Day: The last day of school is a fun day out on the MMS Field! In order to participate, students MUST clear all fines, return all books, and return all uniforms.


Sunday 6/3

Lake County Symphony Youth Orchestra Spring Concert @ 2PM: “Creatures & Beasts” Exciting program of orchestral selections also featuring LCSA string classes. Soper Reese Theatre - Admission $10 (Free with LCSA Season Tickets). Under 18 Free.


Monday 6/4- Thursday 6/7

Middletown High School Volleyball is hosting a camp for grades 2-8. MMS students will attend camp June 4-June 8 from 11:30-1:30PM. Registration forms are in the office and due by May 18th. Any questions, please email


Monday 6/11 – Friday 6/15

Mustangs Boys’ Basketball Camp: 2nd-6th grade 9am-12pm / 7th-9th grade 1pm-4pm. Games & Prizes! 2018 Camp T-shirt! $60 per child, multi-child discount - $50 each child. Forms are available in the MMS Office.


Monday 7/23 –Friday 7/27

British Soccer Summer Camp is back! Camp will be held at Middletown High School.

Learn important skills; Dribbling, passing, control and shooting. Camp is open to ages 3yrs-16yrs. For more information on cost, camp times and to register please visit challengersports.com. Registration for Clearlake Youth Soccer League is now open! CYSL is open to children ages 4yrs-13yrs.To sign-up please visit: http://clearlake.calnorthlive.com/home.php. Cost: $75 ($70 each additional sibling)

Jersey, shorts and socks included with registration. Registration ends June 30th & Season starts in August. We will be at Coyote Valley Elementary on this Saturday, May 12th, from 12pm-5pm if they would like to come and sign up in person. Cash or Check only accepted and they will need to bring a birth certificate. 

July 2018

Rodeo: Faith made it back to the short go in Breakaway roping, pole bending and team roping. After the short go she finished 9th in the state in breakaway and 8th in pole bending. She will be going on to compete in Silver State this July. Let’s cheer on our Lady Bronco!



COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY: The Cobb Area Council in conjunction with the South Lake Fire Safe council is working on neighborhood clean up to complete the steps to become a Firewise certified community. We will be having several clean up days this summer to help elderly and handicapped community members create defensible space around their homes.

This would be a three hour shift, with options to do up to 4 shifts on different days. The student would be required to wear appropriate clothing (long sleeves, work type shoes, hat, sunscreen, and glove) and to bring water and a snack.

This has also been approved by MHS for incoming 9th graders as well!





Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Be Smart, Be Safe, and Be Kind! We wish you all the best in your high school career! J