Each month, our students of the month are chosen based on the theme for that month. We strive for our CHARGERS to be:
C CourteousH HelpfulA AcademicR RespectfulG GenerousE EnthusiasticR ResilientS Studious
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On Saturday, one 6th grade team and one 8th grade team from Maywood's Math Team competed in the Math Is Cool State competition in Moses Lake. Congratulations to 8th grader Pravir Chugh, who earned first place, out of all Geometry competitors. And, congratulation to our 8th Grade team - Pravir Chugh, Michael Lilley, Ryan Reamy, and Jacob Rubenstein - who earned the First Place team award for their division, the first time for any Maywood Middle School team.
Thank you Maywood PTSA for providing cupcakes and supporting our Charger 100 program!
Our Charger 100 program is one of the ways we recognize and reinforce student efforts on their academics, being a contributing member of our community, and demonstrating positive behaviors. We were excited to see about 550 students receive their reward on Friday, April 6th. In order to have been eligible, students needed to return their completed Charger 100 form to their SDR teacher by Thursday, March 29th. Our hope is that this provides a great opportunity to celebrate your student’s success with him/her and plan for future improvements. Since we celebrate Charger 100 every trimester, there will be one more chance to participate this year.
Each month Grade level and Elective teams recognize 2 students that show one of the CHARGER characteristics we value. March’s characteristic was Enthusiastic. Just before Spring Break, these students were given certificates of recognition and thanked for their exemplary Charger behavior.
March 19 and 30, Maywood's Speaking for Success club welcomed professional debate coach, Jim Hanson, from Climb the Mountain Speech & Debate.
Congratulations again to Maywood's Math Team for another successful competition at the Washington State Math Championship in Blaine, WA. A special shout out goes to Pravir Chugh, 8th grade, who came in second overall in the individual competition. Way to go Chargers!
February 16, 2018
Dear Issaquah School District families, staff, and community,
As Public School Educators we are deeply saddened by any acts of violence perpetrated on school campuses. The teachers and staff who have been victims of this violence feel very much like our colleagues; the students feel very much like our students. Our hearts go out to them.
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Dr. Justin Patchin will be at Skyline HS on March 25th at 7:00 pm for a community presentation on Teen Technology Use and Misuse.This presentation will cover a broad overview of cyberbullying, including issues parents, educators, and teens need to know about how youth use and misuse technology to cause harm to their peers. The presentation will define and provide examples of cyberbullying and discuss the role of parents in preventing and responding to inappropriate online behaviors. It will also describe many of the online environments popular among adolescents today and strategies to use to make sure they are used safely and responsibly. Please see this flyer for more information.
CONGRATULATIONS TO MAYWOOD'S DISTRICT REFLECTIONS FINALISTS!
Tuesday night the District Reflections reception was held at Issaquah High School. Artwork from all 24 schools was displayed and the district finalists were announced. Congratulations to Nidhi Achanta and Jarom Ricks who are among the 54 district finalists whose artwork will advance from the district level to State! Thank you to all our Maywood Reflections artists who submitted artwork to this program this year. We have amazing artists here at Maywood!
Letter from Ms. McKee to Families via enews Disability Awareness
On 10/20/17 we welcomed Mr. Steve Ferreira, Maywood alumnus and founder of the organization Beyond Disabilities, to lead small presentations to groups of 8th grade students. He shared his stories, experiences and thoughts on living with a disability. He encouraged students to challenge their preconceived notions and stigmas that exist around people living with disabilities. Please read on for the ENews message from Principal McKee that was sent to families regarding these presentations.
On 10/3/17 we welcomed Dr. Caprice Hollins from Cultures Connecting to lead grade-level assemblies focused on encouraging our students to stand up against put downs due to differences. Please read on for the ENews message from Principal McKee that was sent to families regarding these assemblies.
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