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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SCHOOL OFFICE HOURS: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Email your attendance to MaywoodAttendance@issaquah.wednet.edu
Monday, January 22nd through Monday, February 5th
Point Values 2018
Winner = Most points/student!!!
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!
Family Partnership Event
The ISD is hosting the event What Every Parent Wants to Know About the Issaquah School District on February 1st at 6:30 pm at Issaquah Valley. The event is designed to support our culturally and linguistically diverse families better understand the Issaquah School District. District parents and staff will present information about school programs, behavior expectations, grading, assessment, communicating with schools, and other topics regarding education in the Issaquah School District. Please share information about this event with your culturally and linguistically diverse families who may benefit from this presentation. Teachers are welcome to attend the event. Flyers regarding the event.
Student of the Month:
Each month Grade level and Elective teams will recognize 2 students that show one of the CHARGER characteristics we value. December’s characteristic was Academic. Thursday, January 4th, these students were given certificates of recognition and thanked for their exemplary Charger behavior!
Thank you Maywood PTSA for providing Krispy Kreme Donuts 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 almost 600 students receive their reward on Monday, December 18th. In order to have been eligible, students needed to return their completed Charger 100 form to their SDR teacher last week. 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 two more chances to participate this year.
The National Geography Bee will be taking place at Maywood on January 11 at 6-8pm. The contestants and alternates have been selected. Any contestant who would like to prepare for the schoolwide competition can find practice quizzes on the official National Geography Bee website.
Maywood Middle School Team Solves 25 Rubik’s Cubes in 3 minutes, Best in State
School’s solo competitor also solves single cube in record time
To read about Maywood Rubric Club, please click here.
Calling all Maywood artists who would like to brighten up our entryway and let all visitors to Maywood know what we think is most important as a Charger community! We are looking for proposals for a permanent art installation in the main entrance of the school on the theme of inclusion, community and kindness.
Working on this project will be an after school commitment Monday-Thursday for several weeks in February and March. Specific dates will depend on how our work comes along, but plan on February 12-15, February 26-March 1 and March 5-8. For more information, please read here.
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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