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Koogler Middle School

The Third Annual AHS and Koogler Talent Show will be Monday, April 9th at 6pm in the Multipurpose Room at the High School. Tickets will be $3 at the door. Come watch the amazing talent!!!.

 Please see attached flyer for information about Family Night on Tuesday, April 10th. We will have lots of free fun, activities, and prizes. 

 Koogler PTSO next meeting will be held Wednesday, April 11th, 6:30pm at Presidential Inn & Suites (Microtel).

 Registration for 6th grade has been postponed one week to April 11th. Registration for 7th graders has also been postponed one week to April 12th.

 6th grade students entering the 7th grade next year frequently need updated vaccines. If you are unsure if your student will be up to date, please check with the nurse’s office.

 Parents are reminded that principals are only available during regular office hours and by appointment. Principals are working hard to be in classrooms, help manage student behavior, and improve instruction. Principal offices hours are 8:30am-10:30am and 1:30pm-3:30pm. Please call the office if you need to set up an appointment.

 PARCC beings on April 17th. 6th graders will test April 17th-19th, 7th grade will test April 24th-26th, and 8th grade will test May 1st- 3rd.

 As we get ready to take PARCC, we want students and parents to be aware that anyone who does not pass Math or English with a ‘D’ or above this year and does not show proficiency on PARCC, may have a second Math or English class next year and lose out on electives. Do your best to show what you know so you can be rewarded.

 Students who show a rise in PARCC scores by one or more levels will be entered into a drawing for one of three $100 gift cards.

 Students and parents, remember that next year the New Mexico Activities Association says that there are no Fs allowed for athletic participation. Students must have and maintain a 2.0GPA to be a part of any athletics at Koogler.

 Summer School notices will be sent out at the end of April. Summer School is mandatory for any 8th grader who has failed more than 2 core classes at the end of each semester, or they are not allowed to move onto high school. Summer school is recommended for any 6th or 7th grader who has failed more than 2 core classes at the end of each semester. Summer school is free and lunch is provided, but there is no transportation. Summer School runs from 8am to 12pm, Monday-Thursday, and June 4th-June 28th. Summer School cannot be used to make up grade eligibility for athletics.

 As it warms up, dress code is becoming an issue again. Please see attached for our official dress code and make sure your student is appropriately dressed.

•Dress code is becoming a problem as the weather warms up. Parents, please make sure your students are dressed appropriately for school. Particular issues that have come up lately include sagging pants, holes too high in jeans, and tights/leggings without appropriate coverage.

Anyone who is no longer in track needs to turn in the uniforms by next Friday or they will CHARGED

 

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