Middle Academy Announcements

Middle Academy Announcements

Student Absences

If a student is absent due to a quarantine, they are marked present remotely. Initially on PowerSchool it will show unexcused but will be changed in the office within a week. Only the homeroom class will be adjusted. Please refrain from emailing Ms. Moore about the unexcused absence. If they are quarantined, it will be adjusted. Since students are marked present remotely, the following expectations are now in place effective 08/23/21.

Students in quarantine are expected to visit each classroom's Google Classroom for assignments for the day. Students are to complete the assignments posted by 11:59pm for full credit for the day. The only exception to this would be those who are physically ill to the point that they are unable to complete work. Parents must communicate with teachers if this is the case. 

We believe that by establishing this expectation students can stay on the course with their classrooms and not have so much makeup work to complete when they return to campus. 

You can check our lost and found website at ewalostandfound.weebly.com 

No students are to be dropped off or picked up at building 5. Any student reported will receive disciplinary action.

Students are NOT to leave for sports while in transition to the next class.  They may exit at the time of dismissal for that game day.

6th-8th graders interested in trying out for cheer, please come to Mrs. Blackwell's room for an interest meeting on Thursday, October 28th during lunch. We will discuss what will be happening at tryouts and what will be required when and if you make the team.

FBLA will meet in Warren's room this Thursday Oct 28 at lunch - please bring all lunch materials with you!  

Want some tips on how to do spirit week on a budget? Here is a video from your MASC members with some ideas. LINK Please watch this with your class! 

Today is PJ Day! 

I can’t wait to see all your most comfy Wear your most comfy pajamas today. Be sure to get your picture taken by the MASC members during homeroom or lunch. Teachers, don’t forget to count your participants. 

Tomorrow is Future Day 

Future day is a fun day to reflect where you will be in 10 or 20 years. This could be a career choice outfit or could reflect how futuristic life will be when we are all living in a space hotel on Mars.  Be creative and think outside the box. I challenge you to go beyond a T-shirt and jeans. 

Example: careers like a nurse (scrubs, stethoscope, and clipboard), stay at home mom (coffee cup, rollers in hair, baby, diaper bag), fisherman (waders, boots, hat) or outer space attire like aliens and UFO’s. 

Don’t forget the best dressed for the week will have a chance at King and Queen for their grade level. 

Also, the grade with the highest participation will win the spirit stick! 

Hispanic Heritage Month- Submitted by MASC

October is Hispanic Heritage month and we wanted to take a moment to share some famous and inspirational leaders from the Hispanic community. 

Critically acclaimed chef José Andrés came to the United States from Spain in 1991 and began a long career of award-winning culinary innovation. After the tragic 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Andrés formed the World Central Kitchen (WCK), an organization that provides hot meals to those affected by natural disasters. He’s led many chefs and volunteers to provide meals to millions of distraught residents who need them. Andrés has won the James Beard Award for both Outstanding Chef and Humanitarian of the Year and was nominated for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. 

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Middle Academy Sports Events

When there is a home game, students need to be picked up during carpool and brought back to school for the game.  Students may not linger after school.

**When athletes have away games please initial the roster located outside of the Middle School entrance.  Do NOT enter the Middle School office.**

*Please note that masks are currently to be worn to campus and used during indoor sports.

Please contact Coach Eason if you have any questions. (ceason@eastwakeacademy.org)

Attention all Winter Athletes, 6th-8th grade, who are interested in trying out for Middle School Cheer, Boys Basketball, and Girls Basketball. Please make sure you have a completed and up to date tryout packet ready by your tryout date below.  The completed packet can be emailed to Coach Eason (ceason@eastwakeacademy.org) or given to your coach on day one of tryouts.  This must be submitted to attend. Visit our athletic website (goewaeagles.org) and click the files/link tab to find the full tryout packet.

MS Winter Tryouts: 

November 1st

Cheer @ EWA High School, 3:45-5:45 pm 

Girls Basketball @ EWA Gym, 3:45-5:15 pm

Boys Basketball @ EWA Gym, 5:15-6:45 pm

November 2nd

Cheer @ EWA High School, 3:45-5:45 pm

Boys Basketball @ EWA Gym, 3:45-5:15 pm

Girls Basketball @ EWA Gym, 5:15-6:45 pm