Elmore Park Middle School

Elmore Park Middle School

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News & Announcements

EOY Virtual Aimsweb Testing Update

End of year state benchmarking takes place this week. Virtual students received their login information via email Monday morning. Students should complete both ELA and Math assessments by the end of the day Wednesday. Questions should be directed to eunderwood@bartlettschools.org.

2021-2022 Registration Update

All registration information for next school year can be found on our updated Registration page!

Families NEW to BCS should complete the EPMS Enrollment Data and Proof Form as soon as possible. Mrs. Jones will be in contact soon after your form has been completed.

Returning families should start collecting required proof of residency documentation and be on the lookout for a PowerSchool Registration (InfoSnap) email with their individual code by end of day next Monday, April 19th.

Please email Mrs. Jones at rjones@bartlettschools.org if you need assistance!

2021-2022 AE Applications due May 3rd

While all students will be enrolled in an Academic Exploration (AE) class, some of those classes have a selective process that combines student interest along with teacher recommendation.

Please review the applications for Eagle Buddies, Eagle News Network, and STEM.

The deadline for submissions is May 3, 2021

Welcome to the Park: Episode 4

Welcome to the Park Episode 4 is live! This week, join ENN crew member Mila Thibault as she introduces you to our specialist teachers.

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2020-2021 Zoom Meeting Login Information
Parent School Nutrition Information for Students
BCS Virtual Parent-Student Handbook
2020-2021 RTI² Parent Brochure
BCS Virtual Learning Guide
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Principal's Message

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Principal's Message
 
Elmore Park Middle School holds a special place in my heart! Most people don’t dream of repeating middle school or junior high and in that aspect I am definitely no different. However, almost 8 years ago I was blessed with the opportunity of my first principalship with ZERO years of professional middle school experience. These past few years have been wild to say the least, but most importantly they have enabled me to resolve the purpose of my leadership: supporting everyone I come across on their journey of life.
 
Schools are complex systems in which we receive a couple hundred new students every year and in a short time we see them leave us for the next segment of their education. Our greatest challenge remains deciphering the age of adolescence, so that we can continually work toward our students leaving us equipped for their future. Our process for cultivating this student agency begins in our mission statement:
 
Elmore Park Middle School seeks to engage each stakeholder in accepting 100% Responsibility while building lasting Relationships in order to produce extraordinary Results.
 
We call this our 3 R’s.
 
RELATIONSHIPS lay the foundation for all that we are attempting to build upon. Middle schoolers arrive and exist with such delicate identities which must first and foremost be safe within the school environment before we attempt to cultivate academic endeavors. Collectively, our staff strives to simultaneously maintain belief systems that each student can develop their own agency and also that we can be a vehicle for their growth.
 
RESPONSIBILITY is a concept we nurture throughout middle school. Ideally, students will begin to differentiate between their responsibility FOR themselves and their responsibility TO others. Middle school is time in which natural consequences speak louder than all the safe advice adults attempt to pass along. Our responsibility TO our students is to offer them truth and grace while time takes care of the rest.
 
RESULTS are a funny thing because we are not playing a win or lose game when it comes to school. We are on an infinite journey of self-discovery and learning. Along the way there will be small wins or recognitions, but the most important of the lasting outcomes will be reflections and memories that happen later in life. Sure, we have strived for academic success, but the most valuable results will be noticed when a student says they believe they can be successful!
 
Whatever your association with The Park Family may be, I wish you nothing but the best!
 
#EagleExcellence
Dr. Ethan Randall, Principal
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Upcoming Events

Orchestra Spring Concert
Date: 5/11/2021, 7 PM 8 PM
Location: Bartlett High School Auditorium
Boys Soccer Game
Date: 5/12/2021, 7 PM 8 PM
Location: Field 10
Eagle Ambassadors Meeting
Date: 5/13/2021, 8 AM 8:45 AM
Boys Soccer Game
Date: 5/15/2021, 2:45 PM 3:45 PM
Location: Field 4

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BCS Technology Teacher of the Year

Join us in congratulating Ms. Woody for being named Technology Teacher of the Year for all of Bartlett City Schools. She is very deserving and we appreciate her efforts to integrate technology into her instruction as well as maintain our website, app, and social media. We couldn’t do it all without her!

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RTI-2B School of Recognition

We are excited to announce that we achieved School of Recognition status for RTI2-B.  This is a program designed to support student Academics as well as Behavior. Elmore Park Middle has been recognized for improving the climate, culture, and proactive disciplinary practices which directly impacts student engagement and school connectedness. In short we have adjusted how we approach and resolve disciplinary issues, so that students develop better coping skills and better understand consequences and accountability.  This leads to a better school culture and increases student growth and achievement.

Congratulations, Ms. Hubbard!

This fall, Ms. Hubbard applied for and won a grant from Leaders Education Foundation to purchase new podcasting equipment for our library.

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