FMS WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENT
Monday 6/17 B
Tuesday 6/18 A
Wednesday 6/19 B
Thursday 6/20 A
Friday 6/21 1/2 DAY
|8th Grade Dirty Thirties
|8th Grade Promotion
||FMS Gym 6:00-8:00 pm
|Last Day of 18/19 school year
||1/2 day; dismissed at 11:00am
Eighth Grade Dirty 30's Breadline Information
The 8th grade team needs your support to provide dishes or assistant for the
Annual Dirty 30’s Student Breadline / Luncheon
The Dirty 30's Breadline will take place on
Tuesday, June 18th during the eighth grade lunch from 11:40-12:20.
We need donations of authentic, depression-era foods as well as parents to help serve.
The FMS cafeteria food service will provide lunch as usual, as well. We will be serving 120 students.
Please contact Ms. Murphy @ email@example.com if you have questions.
Thursday, June 20
Menu: Hamburgers, hot dogs, watermelon, carrot sticks
Popsicles for everyone in the school even if they have home lunch!
A student can purchase lunch for $2.90
Those student who would like a bagged lunch on the last day of school - Friday, June 21
should see the nutrition staff by Tuesday, June 18
Reminder to parents to pick up medications/supplies in nursing office.
Items left will be discarded.
LOST AND FOUND
All lost and found items are on tables in the entrance foyer.
Please have your student check for lost items.
All items left by end of day Wednesday, June 19 will be donated or discarded.
FMS Yearbooks - the publisher is sending extras! Didn't order but wish you had?
We will have extras available on a first come, first served basis.
The cost is $25. Yearbooks will be distributed on Thursday, June 20th.
The FMS Library is currently working on inventory and is in need of assistance.
Do you have some time that you could share?
No experience necessary. Even just 1 hour makes a difference.
Please contact Jill Hooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALL Library books should be returned to the Library ASAP!
FREEPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY- REMINDER
The FPL opens at 12pm on Friday, June 21
FMS students should have an alternative plan upon release of school at 11am
Travel Club - Quebec City
Attention future 8th graders!
If you are interested in traveling to Québec city next May
please see Madame Davis in room 218 to get more information.
You do not have to be a French student to participate.
Sign-ups are on a first-come, first-served basis.
The date for Québec are May 22, 23, and 24 of 2020. (Memorial Day weekend)
Freeport Pownal and Durham Education Foundation (FPaD)
The FPaD presented the FMS Spring 2019 grant recipients ~
$550.00 - FMS Wellness Flex Program - Darren Carter
$300.00 - Telling Room - 2 day field trip - Kim Cowperthwaite
$300.00 - Building Life Skills thru technology - Paige Fournier
$500.00 - End of Year STEM - Mary Federle
The FPaD thanks you for all the great work you are doing for the RSU5 students!!!
The FPaD5 appreciates your donations! They can be dropped off in the Main Office.
See attachment with Great Boxtop News!
Keep saving them over the summer!
See you in the Fall!
Soccer, Football, Cross Country, & Field Hockey
Make sure you stay active this summer!
A few comments from this past school year Club Advisors~
Math Club~ Mr. Garnett
The math team had an exciting year with several students receiving individual awards for outstanding performance at meets.
The 7th grade team also placed highly at 2 meets, earning two trophies.
Next year we hope to expand and add an 8th grade math team.
We are always looking for students who are eager to learn more about competitive mathematics.
Science Club~ Mrs. Brown
The After School Science Club at Freeport Middle School is a fun way to explore a hands-on science activity!
Once a month, visiting scientists from the Maine School Science Volunteers share what they know about such topics as
electricity, rockets, sand from around the world, and wind power.
Our last meeting of the school year, each student made a camera obscura to take home.
The technology of the camera has been used for centuries by artists and scientists to study the natural world.
Students are welcome to come to as many science club activities as they can --
All you need to bring is curiosity and a willing to try new things!
See you in the Fall!
We need new members -
Please consider volunteering on our committee.
It is a rewarding experience.
PTC COFFEE Ongoing Fundraiser
Crossroads Coffee Beans and the PTC have partnered to bring the best local coffee.
Coffee can be delivered free right to the school or shipped anywhere (additional charges may apply).
Information from Erin Dow, RSU5 Director of Nutrition
Free Summer Lunch for Kids
Freeport Community Services will be running the Summer Free Lunch for Kids program.
Summer vacation means many things to children in the Freeport area-
sunshine, freedom, outdoor play and family outings.
But for a growing number of kids the end of school also means an
end to the school lunch program,
which provides the one nutritious meal they can depend on each day.
Once again, Freeport Community Services (FCS) will be running the
Summer Free Lunch for Kids program.
Beginning on June 24th and running daily through August 23rd –
except the 4th of July -
FCS will be preparing and serving free, healthy lunches for children.
Meals distributed at the Freeport Community Center, and at
Mast Landing School will be provided to all eligible children free of charge.
(To be eligible to receive free meals at these sites,
children must meet the income guidelines for reduced-price meals in the
National School Lunch Program.)
Children who are part of households that receive
Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP, formally foods stamps)
benefits or benefits under the Food Distribution Program on
Indian Reservations (FCPIR), or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
(TANF) are automatically eligible to receive free meals.
Meals distributed at the Village View Apartments Community Room,
and at Wildwood Acres on Elm Street will be provided
to all children with no income or residency requirements!
Lunch at all sites is served at 11:30 am – 12pm Monday through Friday.
All children under the age of 19 are welcome.
For more information, call Sarah Lundin at 865-3985 x205.
Volunteers are needed Monday –
Friday to prepare, deliver, serve and monitor lunches at these sites.
If you are interested in helping, please contact Debbie Daggett,
Volunteer Coordinator at 865-3985 x206, or email email@example.com
NEWS FROM THE RSU5 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Still making summer plans? We're here to help!
We still have space available in many of our camps this summer, for kids ages 4-16.
Please visit our website to read about late additions to our schedule
including a football camp led by Jason Jackson,
Junior Chef Camp
Newly added dance camps for young children and teens
as well as all kinds of sports, adventure, art and science camps.
Some of the listings are detailed at http://www.rsu5cp.org/not-late-plan-summer/,
but you can check out our entire catalog by visiting the links on the right-hand side of the page.
We hope to see you this summer!
Chris Guerette, Recreation Coordinator, RSU5 Community Programs
firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 865-6171 (ext 25)
FREEPORT COMMUNITY BACKPACK PROGRAM
See attached flyer
2019-20 Backpack Program Letter (1).docx
NEWS FROM OTHER SCHOOLS
MPA Class B State Championship Baseball
MPA Class B Southern Regional
Freeport Boys Baseball Championships
are playing for the STATE Class B title!
Saturday - June 15th
Saint Joe's College, Standish
Game Time: 4:30PM
Opponent: Class B Northern Regional Champions Ellsworth High School
Freeport played Ellsworth during regular season on May 23rd with Ellsworth winning 7-1
All are welcome to a reception at the FHS cafeteria after the state game..... WIN or lose.
FREEPORT Gridiron FOOTBALL Tryouts~
Saturday, June 18th
See attached flyers/information
FAYFL NFL Flag Football 2019- 01.png
Grid Iron Football Camp (1).pdf
Please call the main office if you have any question, comments and/or suggestions