Friday, June 5 8th Grade Residency Verification

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Friday, June 5 8th Grade Residency Verification
7701 Seven Mile Lane, Baltimore, MD 21208
410-887-1207 http://pikesvillems.bcps.org
Diane Richmond, Principal, [email protected]
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April Franklin, Assistant Principal, grade 6, [email protected]
Anne Hammel, Assistant Principal, grade 7, [email protected]
Kevin Feeney, Assistant Principal, grade 8, [email protected]
DATES TO REMEMBER
Friday, June 5
8th Grade Residency Verification Due
Wednesday, June 10
Field Trip to See Wicked on Broadway, NY.
Thursday, June 11
7th Grade Field Trip to Washington, D.C.
Tuesday, June 16
8th Grade Farewell Ceremony at 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday, June 17 Early Dismissal for Students Begins at 11:30 a.m.
Thursday, June 18
Last Day of School: Students Dismissed at 11:30 a.m.
Friday, August 21
Sixth Grade Orientation: 9:00 a.m.—11:30 a.m.
Monday, August 24
First Day of School for the 2015—2016 School Year
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS
Thank you for a highly successful school year! Your support and enthusiasm
is tremendous and make Pikesville Middle School a great place to learn. Our
school office remains open throughout the summer with the following hours:
Main office: 8:30 a.m.—3:30 p.m. (410) 887—1207
Guidance office: 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. (410) 887—6725
ATTENTION: 8TH GRADE PARENTS
8th grade students must re-verify their residency to continue enrollment for high school. Please be
advised that failure to provide residency verification will result in the withdrawal of your child.
All parents should take care of residency verification by June 6th to ensure a smooth transition
to high school. Thank you!
A total of five (5) documents are needed to verify residency:
Parent/guardian’s Photo identification - required
One (1) of the following documents providing proof of domicile:
Deed or lease
Title
Mortgage coupon book
Real estate tax bill or receipt
Three (3) pieces of mail (from businesses) or documentation dated within sixty days of the date
submitted
The following options are available for your convenience:
Documents may be brought to the guidance office at Pikesville Middle any day from 8:00 a.m. –
3:30 p.m.
Copies of documents may also be mailed to the following address if it is more convenient:
Pikesville Middle School
7701 Seven Mile Lane
Baltimore, MD 21208
Attention: Guidance Department
Copies of documents may be faxed to (410) 887 – 1259
Documents may be scanned and emailed to [email protected]
Please contact the guidance secretary, Sharon Motley, if you have any questions: (410) 887 – 6725.
A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU
The musical production crew delivered another spectacular Broadway production when the students performed Hairspray Junior.
While the audience watched this play about the changing attitudes
toward integration in 1960’s Baltimore, few people were aware
that another moving event was happening on stage: the inclusion
of special needs students in the performance. Mr. Permenter, a
director who believes in positioning students to reach seemingly
unattainable goals, never questioned whether these students would
be able to sing the parts or stand in the correct positions, and the
whole cast embraced his attitude. For this, the students, their families, and their teachers thank him and everyone else who helped to
make these students’ debut performances a success!
8TH GRADE FAREWELL
The Eighth Grade Farewell Celebration Ceremony will
be held at Pikesville Middle School on June 16 for
eighth grade students and their families. This outdoor
ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Doran ([email protected] ) or
Mrs. Cain ([email protected]).
If you would like to volunteer for 8th grade events, contact Mrs. Flaks ([email protected]).
FOURTH QUARTER REPORT CARDS AND SCHOOL OBLIGATIONS
Fourth quarter report cards will be mailed to students’ homes at the conclusion of the
school year. It is important for students to return all school materials and clear any financial obligations prior to the end of the school year. Any student with an account balance
will need to clear the balance prior to receiving his/her final report card.
BACK TO SCHOOL MAILING
The first week of August, all families will receive a mailing with information for
the 2015—2016 school year. Students’ homeroom numbers and bus stop numbers will be printed on the mailing label. Students will r epor t to the homer oom
number printed on the mailing label the first day of school, Monday, August 24th.
Students will receive their schedules during homeroom class on the first day of
school. Updated bus stop lists and information about Back to School Nights will
also be included in the summer mailing. Please notify the guidance office if your
address has changed.
SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS
2015 Summer Reading: Enjoy reading? Want the opportunity to earn prizes? Any student
that reads at least two books over the summer and submits the Summer Reading Reflection
Slips to his/her Language Arts teacher at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year will
be entered in the Summer Reading drawing. 10 students will be selected from each grade
level. Please see the attached 2015 Pikesville Recommended Summer Reading List for book suggestions. Language Arts teachers will send home reflection slips, and they will also be available on our
school website: http://pikesvillems.bcps.org/.
SUMMER BUILDING USE AT PIKESVILLE MIDDLE
Pikesville Middle School will be a busy place this summer as we are a BCPS summer school site. In addition to summer school, we ar e pr oviding summer office
space for the following schools that are undergoing renovations: Pikesville High
School, Wellwood International School, and Sudbrook Magnet Middle School
We are happy to host our visitors and community this summer. Welcome to Pikesville!
Self-Discovery
Fantasy
Anything But Typical
El Deafo ◊
The Penderwicks*
Al Capone Does My Shirts*
Out of My Mind
The Skin I’m In
The Dumbest Idea Ever! ◊
Wonder
The Great Wall of Lucy Wu
Counting by 7s
Bigger Than a Breadbox
Stargirl
Smile ◊
Sisters ◊
One Crazy Summer*
Baskin
Bell
Birdsall
Choldenko
Draper
Flake
Gownley
Polaccio
Sheng
Sloan
Snyder
Spinelli
Telgemeier
Telgemeier
Williams
The Iron Trial
The Sisters Grimm*
The School for Good and Evil*
Gregor the Overlander*
The City of Ember*
The Graveyard Book
A Tale Dark and Grimm*
Princess Academy*
Monster on the Hill ◊
The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom*
Dragon Slippers*
The Unwanteds*
Sky Raiders (Five Kingoms)*
The Magic Thief*
Percy Jackson*/Olympus*/Kane*
Bone: Out from Boneville* ◊
Black & Clare
Buckely
Chainani
Collins
Duprau
Gaiman
Gidwitz
Hale
Harrell
Healy
George
McMann
Mull
Prineas
Riordan
Smith
Humor
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda
The Terrible Two
NERDS
Joey Pigza*
The Genius Files
The Homework Machine
Mr. and Mrs. Bunny—Detectives
Extraordinnaire*
Ungifted
Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental Zombie
Middle School*, I Funny*, Public School
Superhero*
The True Meaning of Smekday*
Astronaut Academy* ◊
Angleberger
Barnett
Buckley
Gantos
Gutman
Gutman
Horvath
Korman
Lubar
Patterson
Sports
Any book by
Strike Three You’re Dead
Say it Ain’t So
Roller Girl ◊
Tim Green
Dan Gutman
Mike Lupica
Cal Ripken, Jr.
Berk
Berk
Jamieson
Rex
Roman
Students may also choose any Newbery, Coretta Scott King or Black-Eyed Susan Nominee
or any grade level appropriate novel of more than 100 pages.
*Denotes a series; students may choose any title in the series
◊ Graphic novel format
Adventure/Mystery
Brixton Brothers*
Doll Bones*
The Gollywhopper Games
Under the Egg
My Side of the Mountain*
Theodore Boone, Kid Lawyer*
Alex Rider*
Shipwreck*
Dive*
I, Q.*
Peak
Storm Runners*
any Enola Holmes mystery*
Sammy Keyes*
Barnett
Black
Feldman
Fitzgerald
George
Grisham
Horowitz
Korman
Korman
Smith
Smith
Smith
Springer
Van Draanen
Historical
The War That Saved My Life
Bud, Not Buddy
Turtle in Paradise
Titanic*
The Lions of Little Rock
A Single Shard
The Witch of Blackbird Pond
Bradley
Curtis
Holm
Korman
Levine
Park
Speare
Students may also choose any Newbery, Coretta Scott King or Black-Eyed Susan Nominee
or any grade level appropriate novel of more than 100 pages.
*Denotes a series; students may choose any title in the series
◊ Graphic novel format
Self-Discovery
Fantasy
Anything But Typical
El Deafo ◊
The Penderwicks*
Al Capone Does My Shirts*
Out of My Mind
The Skin I’m In
The Dumbest Idea Ever! ◊
See You at Harry’s
We Are All Made of Molecules
Wonder
The Great Wall of Lucy Wu
Counting by 7s
Bigger Than a Breadbox
Stargirl
Smile ◊
Sisters ◊
One Crazy Summer*
Baskin
Bell
Birdsall
Choldenko
Draper
Flake
Gownley
Knowles
Nielsen
Polaccio
Sheng
Sloan
Snyder
Spinelli
Telgemeier
Telgemeier
Williams
The Sisters Grimm*
The School for Good and Evil
The Roar*
Gregor the Overlander*
The City of Ember*
The Graveyard Book
A Tale Dark and Grimm*
Princess Academy*
Monster on the Hill ◊
The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom*
Dragon Slippers*
The Unwanteds*
Sky Raiders (Five Kingdoms)*
The Magic Thief*
Percy Jackson*/Olympus*/Kane*
Bone: Out from Boneville* ◊
Buckely
Chainani
Clayton
Collins
Duprau
Gaiman
Gidwitz
Hale
Harrell
Healy
George
McMann
Mull
Prineas
Riordan
Smith
Sports
Humor
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda*
The Terrible Two
NERDS
Joey Pigza*
The Genius Files
The Homework Machine
Mr. and Mrs. Bunny—Detectives
Extraordinnaire*
Ungifted
Nathan Abercrombie, Accidental
Zombie*
Middle School*, I Funny*, Public School
Superhero*
The True Meaning of Smekday*
Astronaut Academy* ◊
Angleberger
Barnett
Buckley
Gantos
Gutman
Gutman
Horvath
Any book by
Strike Three You’re Dead
Say it Ain’t So
Roller Girl ◊
Tim Green
Dan Gutman
Mike Lupica
Cal Ripken, Jr.
Berk
Berk
Jamieson
Korman
Lubar
Patterson
Rex
Roman
Students may also choose any Newbery, Coretta Scott King or Black-Eyed Susan Nominee
or any grade level appropriate novel of more than 100 pages.
*Denotes a series; students may choose any title in the series
◊ Graphic novel format
Adventure/Mystery
Brixton Brothers*
Doll Bones*
The Iron Trial
Gallagher Girls series*
Under the Egg
My Side of the Mountain*
Theodore Boone, Kid Lawyer*
Skink: No Surrender
Young James Bond*
Alex Rider*
Shipwreck*
Dive*
I, Q.*
Peak
Storm Runners*
The Mysterious Benedict Society*
Sammy Keyes*
Wildwood*
Barnett
Black
Black & Clare
Carter
Fitzgerald
George
Grisham
Hiassen
Higson
Horowitz
Korman
Korman
Smith
Smith
Smith
Stewart
Van Draanen
Melloy
Historical
Jefferson's Sons: A Founding
Father’s Secret Children
The War That Saved My Life
Bud, Not Buddy
The Midwife’s Apprentice
Stella by Starlight
Turtle in Paradise
Titanic*
The Lions of Little Rock
A Single Shard
The Witch of Blackbird Pond
Bradley
Bradley
Curtis
Cushman
Draper
Holm
Korman
Levine
Park
Speare
Students may also choose any Newbery, Coretta Scott King or Black-Eyed Susan Nominee
or any grade level appropriate novel of more than 100 pages.
*Denotes a series; students may choose any title in the series
◊ Graphic novel format
Self-Discovery
Sports
Wintergirls/Speak/Impossible Knife
Al Capone Does My Shirts*
Saint Anything (or any book by)
Out of My Mind
The Skin I’m In
Paper Towns (or any book by)
Monster/Lockdown
Eleanor and Park
Are You Experienced*
Drums, Girls and Dangerous Pie*
When You Reach Me
Drama ◊
American Born Chinese ◊
One Crazy Summer*
If You Come Softly
Fantasy
Anderson
Choldenko
Dessen
Draper
Flake
Green
Myers
Rowell
Sonnenblick
Sonnenblick
Stead
Telgemeier
Yang
Williams
Woodson
Any book by
The Crossover
Pop
Boy 21
The Final Four
Tim Green
Carl Deuker
John Feinstein
Mike Lupica
Alexander
Korman
Quick
Volponi
Adventure/Mystery/Thriller
Also Known As*
The Compound*
All Fall Down
I Know What You Did Last Summer
The Enemy*
Young James Bond*
Alex Rider*
We Were Liars
Legend*
Delirium*
Life As We Knew It*
Benway
Bodeen
Carter
Duncan
Higson
Higson
Horowitz
Lockheart
Lu
Oliver
Pfeffer
Riggs
Ship Breaker*
Bacigalupi
Ender’s Game*
Card
The Girl of Fire and Thorns*
Carson
The School for Good and Evil*
Chainani
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar
Matched*
Condie
Children*
The City of Ember*
Duprau
Full Tilt
Shusterman
Princess of the Midnight Ball*
George
Unwind*
Shusterman
Seraphina*
Hartman
Lockdown: Escape from Furnace*
Smith
The Limit
Landon
Peak
Smith
Legend*
Lu
I, Q.*
Smith
The Unwanteds*
McMann
The Shadow Hero ◊
Yang
Sky Raiders (Five Kingoms)*
Mull
X: A Novel (Malcolm X)
Shabazz
Birthmarked*
O’Brien
Code Name Verity*
Wein
Gunnerkrigg Court* ◊
Siddell
Boxers/Saints ◊
Yang
Percy Jackson*/Olympus*/Kane*
Riordan
The Book Thief
Zusak
Daughter of Smoke and Bone*
Taylor
Uglies*
Westerfeld
Students may also choose any Newbery, Coretta Scott King or Black-Eyed Susan Nominee
or any grade level appropriate novel of more than 100 pages.
*Denotes a series; students may choose any title in the series
◊ Graphic novel format
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