Dear Parents, Teachers, and Students,
We had another terrific week at North Shore Middle School! In addition to some wonderful learning activities, students engaged in a host of other important social action activities as well.
Throughout the week students wore red ribbons and heard positive anti-drug messages in support of National Red Ribbon Week! During Red Ribbon Week we all wore red ribbons to remind ourselves of our commitment to making North Shore Middle School a DRUG FREE community!
On Tuesday, several hundred students wore orange and blue to support the New York Mets. Hopefully some of that spirit will spill over to Citi Field tonight as the Mets try to dig themselves out of that 0-2 hole!
As we head into the month of November, students and parents will be hearing a lot about E3 Day! For those of you new to the middle school, we stop all regular instruction on E3 day to focus on giving back to our community both locally and throughout the world.
On E3 Day students get to choose from a variety of charitable multi grade activities and they will spend the day working, learning, or supporting others in unique and powerful ways.
We do this because we want to remind our students that at North Shore Middle School, when we say EVERYONE MATTERS, we mean more than just ourselves!
Have a great weekend everyone!