From the Midd-West School District website this week:

Student Obligations Due — Students and parents are reminded that the obligation criteria will be in place for students to be eligible to attend and/or participate in the Talent Show on March 6. Students who owe materials or money will not be permitted to attend or participate. Examples of obligations may include but are not limited to: lunch money, lost or damaged books or technology equipment, athletic uniforms, class dues, fundraising money, etc. In regard to large obligations, consideration is given to students whose parents have made arrangements for a payment plan and are making consistent payments.

Seniors also must meet all obligations as a requirement to walk at Commencement, along with a completed graduation project and successful completion of all academic requirements.

The PTO will host a book drive at Middleburg Elementary, through March 6. A drop off bin will be in the lobby at Middleburg Elementary School along with community drop-off locations which include Middleburg Library, Beavertown Library, Kreamer Freeze, Family Traditions Restaurant, and County Line Restaurant. Please donate children or pre-teen books that are new or gently used

Spring Sport Parent Meeting — Any students who are interested in participating in a spring sport — if you did not receive the physical packet or recertification form or you lost yours and haven’t handed it in yet, please see Mrs. Solomon in Room 309 for a packet. All spring sports for students in grades 9-12 will start on March 2. There will be a team meeting for all 9-12th grade athletes and parents on Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

The scheduling process for the 2015-16 school year will begin in early March. A Career Pathways framework is being designed and implemented in order to guide students in their selection of elective course offerings. A brief overview of the Career Pathways will be provided to students prior to the course selection process. Students are encouraged to share this document with parents and questions can be directed to the relevant classroom teacher/department and/or to guidance.

Feb. 23

Music Booster meeting, 7 p.m. at Midd-West High School

Feb. 24

Interim report distribution

Academic Booster Club meeting, 7 p.m. at Midd-West High School

Feb. 26

Camp Cadet representative will make a lunchtime visit, 11:06 a.m. to 12:06 p.m. at the high school. Camp cadet is a one week program for kids 12-15 years old. The focus is on discipline, self-esteem, teamwork and structure. There are many programs throughout the week. Go to the website which details what camp cadet is about,

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