Welcome to Mona Shores Middle School
The staff of Mona Shores Middle School looks forward to working with you and your child as you progress through these very important educational years
Late Start Dates For Oct. - Dec. 2018 & Jan. 2019
Oct. 24, THURSDAY 25, 31
Nov. 7, 14, 28
Dec. 12, 19
Jan. 16, 23
Our Scholastic Book Fair will be in the Middle School Library from October 22 - 29. Students will have an opportunity to shop with their Language Arts class as well as before and after school. Families are welcome to shop during Parent Teacher Conferences and during school hours. Click on the link for more info and for Online Shopping.
Still need to buy a 2018-2019 yearbook? You still can! Click the link above. You are also able to check and see if you already purchased one.
Moved? Please submit your address change
If you have moved, please email Charlotte Scott at email@example.com with your new address and attach new proof of residence such as a current utility or tax bill. Specifics can be found on the district Student Enrollment page under Enrollment Forms > Residency Verification Form. A photo or screenshot of a CURRENT utility bill with your name and address along with the updated driver's license is fine. If you have any questions about the required proof of residence, contact Charlotte at 231-332-8592.
MSMS Daily Announcements
WOW!! Yesterday we collected almost 500 cans bringing our overall total to 1161.
Battling for the top spots are Mrs. Brink and Mr. Buboltz with an average of 9.7 cans per student, Mr. Whalen averages 6 cans per student followed by Senora Schiller and Mrs. Shaffer with roughly 5 cans per student. With two days left to donate, it really is anyone's game. KEEP BRINGING IN THOSE CANS!
This weekend at the Frauenthal Center, Aladdin Jr is being presented by the Penguin Project and Muskegon Civic Theater. Penguin Project is teaching special education students how to act. Carly Califf, Alex Kimble, Dakota Vorenkamp and Stephanie Miller will be starring in the play. Go to fraunethal.org to learn more about tickets and showtimes.
Our "Forbidden Forest" Book Fair is happening next week in the LMC. Ask your Language Arts teacher what day you will be shopping. Students with money will also be able to shop before and after school. We are having some fun contests to raise money for "All for Books". For a $1 donation students will be entered into a drawing for an invitation to a chocolate frog and butterbeer party. For a 25 cent donation students can guess the number of golden snitches in a jar. There will also be prizes for students who get caught reading. See you at the Book Fair next week!
Are you getting your costume together for the all school roller skating party? Don't forget to dress up and meet your friends at Jumpin Jupiter on Monday, October 22nd from 6 - 8pm. Admission is $5 and skate rental is $2. Here are the categories for the costume contest: best couple, most creative, funniest, and judge's choice. Remember, all costumes must be school appropriate. Don't miss the fun at Jumpin' Jupiter on Monday.