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Girls interested in Middle School Soccer:
There will be a meeting this Thursday, August 28th, 10am @ Martin MS Cafeteria
Students are expected to have proof of physical in the last calendar year. Risk forms will be available.
PRESS RELEASE MARTIN MIDDLE SCHOOL July 21, 2014
Edward R. Martin Middle School’s Administrative Team of Mr. Frank DeVall and Mrs. Elaine Allen welcome all new and returning students and parents back from their summer vacation and share in their excitement to begin another school year here at Martin.
The entire staff is energized and is up to the quality of commitment that has been present throughout this school community. The Martin Middle School community has and will continue to prepare students to excel in secondary school and beyond. With the changes that every school year brings, we would like to stress to each individual in our school community that we want to improve and promote positive student engagement for the optimum experience of each student.
Please note that we have our “Hot Dog Roast” scheduled for Wednesday September, 3rd from 5:00 to 7:00pm. All new incoming students and their parents are welcome to stop by, meet staff members, and get a last glance at the building (including our Gymnasium makeover) before school begins the following day.
The school year officially begins on Thursday, September 4th with doors opening 7:45am. On that first day of school, all 6th grade students will report to the Cafeteria, 7th grade students to the Auditorium, and 8th grade students to the Gymnasium. All students should enter school from the Brown Street entrances where the buses drop students off.
The typical supply list for middle school students should include the following:
• Pencils with erasers
• Pens (black & blue)
• Pencil box/pouch
• Ruler/standard to 1/16th of an inch
• Colored pencils
• Glue sticks
• Notebooks (5 one subject notebooks)
• Sling pack
Through the support of the MMS P.T.O., each student will receive a Student Planner during their first week. The planner is to be used daily to record homework assignments, projects, upcoming assessments, etc. This planner can also increase communication between school and home, as parents and guardians can routinely check their child’s Student Planner on a nightly basis.
As we move forward towards the new school year, we will challenge students, parents, teachers, and administrators to work to their very best of their abilities, each and every day they enter Martin. We will continue to focus on building the educational foundation that each student needs in today’s world. On behalf of the Martin Staff, enjoy your final weeks of summer vacation and welcome to Martin Middle School’s promising 2014-2015 school year, we hope you have a great middle school experience!
Frank DeVall, Principal Elaine Allen, Assistant Principal
New Incoming Students and Parents:
Our “Hot Dog Roast” scheduled for Wednesday September, 3rd from 5:00 to 7:00pm. All new incoming students and their parents are welcome to stop by, meet staff members, and get a last glance at the building (including our Gymnasium makeover) before school begins the following day.
Attention 8th Grade Students:
- 8th grade students should have a 2 inch binder for English Class
Summer Reading 2014
The Summer Reading Program of the East Providence middle schools is suggested for all students in grades 6, 7 and 8.
The Librarians at your local public libraries will assist you in selecting age appropriate reading material.
Students are expected to submit completed book report forms to their English teacher by Friday, September 12th. This is an opportunity to earn extra credit for English classes.
Click below for a copy of the book report forms.
Fiction Book Report.pdf
Non-Fiction Book Report.pdf
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Martin Middle School Links
Frank DeVall, Principal
Elaine Allen, Assistant Principal
Filomena Cunha, Secretary
Debbie Andrade, Secretary
111 Brown Street
East Providence, RI 02914