We would like to welcome all new and returning students and families to the 2014-2015 school year! The entire staff at Scarlett is very excited about the upcoming year and the opportunity to serve you and your child. If you are a new member of the Scarlett Nation, welcome to the family.
The first day of school for students is Tuesday, September 2, 2014. It is a full day of school. As students enter the building on Tuesday they will proceed to the cafeteria to collect a new schedule and find a seat in the auditorium for an assembly. We spend our first week of school building relationships, helping students get acclimated to the building and school expectations.
Reminders and important dates:
All students will receive a copy of a new schedule. Remember that during registration it was posted that schedules were subject to change. As we finalized staffing and enrollment some student schedules did change.
All locker problems should be resolved. Report any locker issues to the office.
STUDENT DROP OFF & PICK UP: All Parents are expected to drop children off in the drop off area on the west side of the school. Please do not drop students of in the parking lot.
FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS: Thursday Sept. 4, 2014, from 6:30pm-9:00pm in cafeteria
The first PARENT-TEACHER-STUDENT-ORGANIZATION (PTSO) MEETING: will be Monday, Sept. 8, 2014 from 6:00pm-8:00pm in media center
OPEN HOUSE: Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014 from 6:30pm-8:30pm in auditorium/cafeteria/classrooms
In addition, if you did not attend registration please bring all completed and signed forms to school on Tuesday. Students with missing or incomplete paperwork will not be assigned a locker until all forms are received.
Co-Curricular: Season 1 Sports/Clubs Information: Will be available in a separate school messenger email.
Our hope for the Scarlett school community is that we Lead, Care and Inspire one another to be Passionate Citizens, Proud to be a Scarlett Roadrunner and Productive students in school.
2014/15 Registration forms can be found in the navigation link on the left.
School Picture Day is Friday, September 5th!
Information on the Mitchell-Scarlett-Huron International Baccalaueate Program can be found by clicking the image below:
A Day in the Life at Scarlett Middle School
"Safe & Sound" performed by the Scarlett Middle School Orchestra under the direction of Timario Wilkins
Scarlett Emphases "Passion, Pride & Productivity"
Academics: Every student interacts with a rigorous, manageable academic course load where he/she is expected to achieve and maintain success.
Expectations: Every student is expected to demonstrate "Passion, Pride and Productivity" in all aspects of his/her schooling experience, which comes by respecting one's self, one's school, and one's community.
Leadership: Every student is encouraged to take an active role in school activities such as Athletics, Clubs, Student Council, Health Team, Music and the arts.
Teaching Staff: Every staff member commits to professional development and growth in the core academic, elective areas, and technology, which remain focal points of the Scarlett vision.
Achievement: Every student is an individual, whose progress is monitored individually and collectively as based on gender, ethnicity and special needs.