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School Board honors Memorial Middle School All-Stars

Posted on: March 15, 2017

On Monday, the School Board honored Student All-Stars from Memorial Middle School for their motivation, perseverance, growth, and school and community service.

Memorial students are:

Colby Vigil

Colby has faced many challenges in middle school and has always attacked them with a positive can-do attitude.  Even though things are not always smooth, he continues to display courage and persevere through some difficult situations.  Way to stay strong Colby!

Aliyah Haji-Mohamed​

​Aliyah has been a tremendous role model for other students at Memorial in how to stand up for what is right.  She has faced some pretty serious social adversity and with dignity worked her way through it for the betterment of all students.  She embodies the meaning of perseverance.

It’s Track Time!

Posted on: March 10, 2017
  • Application forms are available in the school lobby and here!
  • 7th and 8th graders need a physical on file every 2 years
  • Applications due in office Thursday, March 23
  • Practice starts Monday, April 3

Thank you, Classified Employees!

Posted on: March 10, 2017

This is Classified School Employees Appreciation Week. Thank you to all of our dedicated support staff, who make learning possible for students.

Classified employees work with students, educators, parents, volunteers, business partners and community members.

Classified employees support the smooth operation of offices, the safety and maintenance of buildings and property, and the safe transportation, healthy nutrition and direct instruction of students.

Classified employees are educational assistants, office support specialists, bus drivers, custodians, maintenance workers, food servers, translators and more.

Thank you, classified employees, for your work on behalf of GAPS students!

Proposed bond would add instructional space for career skills

Posted on: March 8, 2017

There is a need for skilled workers in our local industries and around the country. Employers are seeking trained workers, and they are working with schools to help build skills that students can build on in college or take directly to the workforce.

If Ballot Measure 22-165 is approved by voters, renovations are planned for all middle schools to add instructional space for career technical, or vocational technical, education.

Both high schools would also get new CTE space. The first phase of the replacement at West Albany High School includes new classrooms, and South Albany High School would get new classrooms and a new multipurpose room/gym.

This video shows the type of programs the schools are considering for expansion.

Find more information about Ballot Measure 22-165.

Let the March Book Madness Begin!

Posted on: March 6, 2017

Memorial Middle School Library presents the 1st annual March Madness!

We have chosen 16 ‘Sweet’ books (by popularity) and you can vote each week in March to chose the Great 8, Final 4, Top 2 and the MMSL Best Book Champion.  Each week votes are counted and entered into a drawing for prizes, so don’t forget to put in your name. Staff is also encouraged to vote, but voting is limited to MMS students and staff only.

The Best Book at MMSL will be announced at the assembly on Friday, March 24th!

The Final Four are now up in the library display case! Vote this week for your favorite and you’ll be entered in Friday’s drawing!  Haven’t read one or both of them? Vote HERE for the one you would most like to read!

What will the favorite be?