MMS Stinger Night Featuring Carnival Night Wednesday, November 18 th from 5:00 7:45 pm at Matapeake Middle School

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1 MMS Stinger Night Featuring Carnival Night Wednesday, November 18 th from 5:00 7:45 pm at Matapeake Middle School 5:00 Doors Open to MMS Stinger Night featuring Carnival Night : Carnival Games Art Gallery Walkthrough Silent Auction Dunking Booth Cake Walk Rita s Popcorn Face Painting NJHS Raffle 6:15 Dinner will begin 2 slices of pizza, salad, and a drink Bake Sale 7:05 Performances from our Band and Select Singers 7:20 NJHS Basket Raffle, and Silent Auction Winners Announced 7:30 Pie Eating Contest Begins 7:40 Pie A Teacher 7:45 Stinger Night Comes to an End Stinger Night is a family fun night for MMS. This night highlights Reading/Language Arts, Math, Spanish, Art, Music, Enrichment, Social Studies, Science, Physical Education, Computer Applications, Dinner, and Family Fun! Pre-Paid Pizza Dinner $5.00 includes: 2 slices of pizza, salad, and a drink. ***At the door pizza dinner will be $7.00***

2 Matapeake Middle School s 7 th Annual Stinger Night Featuring Carnival Night Wednesday, November 18 th, :00-7:45 pm Check Out All The Fun At Stinger Night: Carnival Games Pie Eating Contest Art Gallery Walkthrough Pie a Teacher Band and Chorus Performances Face Painting $ Door Prizes Silent Auction $ Rita s $ Volunteer Training Dunking Booth $ Popcorn $ Bake Sale $ Pizza Dinner $ Cake Walk $ We hope you can join us for a family fun night at MMS! Pre-Paid Dinner $5.00 Pay At The Door $7.00 Dinner at 6:15 PM Pre-Paid Stinger Night Order Form Complete the order form and return to school with payment. Dinner Served at 6:15 pm includes: 2 slices of Pizza, salad, and a drink. Student Name Grade Number Attending Amount enclosed ($5 Per person Pre-Paid) Please make check payable to Matapeake Middle School PTSA

3 What is Stinger Night? Stinger Night is an opportunity for MMS and the community to join together for an evening of family fun that includes: challenging academic games from all content areas (including our enrichment classes) aligned to the Common Core, student art work on display, music performances from both our chorus and band, technology, foreign language, physical education, volunteer training, a silent auction, a dunking booth, face painting, a cake walk, door prizes, pie a teacher, pie eating contest, and food available. The evening begins at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 7:45 p.m. Dinner will begin serving at 6:15 p.m. Please come out and join MMS and the PTSA! Save The Date - MMS Stinger Night Featuring Carnival Night Wednesday, November 18 th from 5:00 7:45pm at MMS 5:00 Doors Open to MMS Stinger Night featuring Carnival Night : Carnival Games Art Gallery Walkthrough Performances from our Band and Chorus Silent Auction $ Cake Walk $ Rita s $ Pie Eating Contest Pie a Teacher Face Painting $ Popcorn $ Bake Sale $ Door Prizes Volunteer Training Dinner includes: 2 slices of pizza, salad, and a drink Pre-Paid $5.00 At the Door $7.00 6:15 Pizza Dinner will begin serving 7:05 Performances from our Band and Select Singers, NJHS Basket Raffle, Door Prizes, Silent Auction Winners Announced, Pie Eating Contest, and Pie A Teacher Events will take place 7:45 Stinger Night Comes to an End

4 Thursday, October 29 th, 2015 Dear Parents/Guardians, During Stinger Night featuring Carnival Night, each grade level team is going to create a themed gift basket(s). 6 th grade s theme is Sports. This can include items such as: fishing equipment, sporting equipment, hunting equipment, golfing, game tickets, clothing, gift certificates, mugs, bags, hats, etc. If you would like to send in an item to be included in the basket which represents your grade-level theme, please give it to your homeroom teacher. All baskets will be used for the Silent Auction during Stinger Night. Depending on the donations, we could have several themed baskets per grade level available for bids. Thank you in advanced for supporting this Family Fun Night featuring Carnival Night. If you have any questions, please Jen Dryer at

5 Thursday, October 29 th, 2015 Dear Parents/Guardians, During Stinger Night featuring Carnival Night, each grade level team is going to create a themed gift basket(s). 7 th grade s theme is Cooking. This can include items such as: cookbooks, restaurant gift certificates, grocery gift certificates, spices, aprons, utensils, cookware, etc. If you would like to send in an item to be included in the basket which represents your grade-level theme, please give it to your homeroom teacher. All baskets will be used for the Silent Auction during Stinger Night. Depending on the donations, we could have several themed baskets per grade level available for bids. Thank you in advanced for supporting this Family Fun Night featuring Carnival Night. If you have any questions, please Jen Dryer at

6 Thursday, October 29 th, 2015 Dear Parents/Guardians, During Stinger Night featuring Carnival Night, each grade level team is going to create a themed gift basket(s). 8 th grade s theme is Family Time. This can include items such as: movies, puzzles, board games, books, music, cards, movie theater tickets, etc. If you would like to send in an item to be included in the basket which represents your grade-level theme, please give it to your homeroom teacher. All baskets will be used for the Silent Auction during Stinger Night. Depending on the donations, we could have several themed baskets per grade level available for bids. Thank you in advanced for supporting this Family Fun Night featuring Carnival Night. If you have any questions, please Jen Dryer at

7 November 5, 2015 Dear Parents/Guardians: Fall parent/teacher conferences are scheduled for November 23 rd and November 24 th. Our conference times for this year will be 8:00am 6:00pm on Monday, November 23 rd and 8:00am 1:00pm on Tuesday, November 24 th. Parents are an integral part of the success of every student and are encouraged to come, especially if you have any concerns. This year, we ask that you identify a time that is convenient for you, the teachers you would like to see as well as any concerns you have. By identifying the concerns ahead of time, our teachers will be able to have a plan for success ready for your child at the time of the conference. If you would like to attend the conference to discuss the progress of your child, please fill out the back of this letter and have your child return it to their homeroom teacher and we will be happy to schedule an appointment for you. Once we have completed the conference schedule, someone from our school will contact you to confirm your appointment time. Thank you in advance for helping us support our students. Sincerely, Angela Holocker, Ed.D Principal The mission of Matapeake Middle School, a state of the art, creative and competitive school, is to provide rigorous and relevant instruction for sixth through eighth grade students so that students are educated to their highest potential. This will be accomplished by providing high quality, differentiated instruction that encourages student accountability and inspires life-long learning.

8 Student Name: Grade: Homeroom Teacher (1st period A Day): Please check all that apply. I would like to see the following set of teachers for a conference. Reading Language Arts Social Studies Science Math Unified Arts I would like to schedule my conference on the following day: Monday, November 23, 2015 Tuesday, November 24, 2015 I would prefer to have my conference during the following time slot: Morning (8:00am 10:00am) Mid day (10:00am 1:00pm) Afternoon ** (after 1:00pm 3:00pm) Evening ** (after 3:00pm 5:45pm) **These times are offered ONLY on Monday, November 23, Please check if you have more than one child at MMS that you are also attending a conference for. Child s Name: Grade: So that we can better prepare for your conference, please let us know what concerns you would like to be addressed during your conference: The mission of Matapeake Middle School, a state of the art, creative and competitive school, is to provide rigorous and relevant instruction for sixth through eighth grade students so that students are educated to their highest potential. This will be accomplished by providing high quality, differentiated instruction that encourages student accountability and inspires life-long learning.

9 CALLING ADULTS AND KIDS OF ALL AGES TO JOIN US AS MMS PTSA Host A Fundraiser at Matapeake Middle School on Saturday, November 14th... 1pm-3pm $25.00 Per Person (No Vouchers or Coupons). Sign up at then to the Cookies and Canvas Calendar and look for our event on November 14th. You will then be able to sign up! Doors open at 12:30pm. The artist will give you step by step instructions and all materials to create your own unique piece. We will have light refreshments for you to purchase. If you have any questions please contact Here is the fun piece that we will be painting! Hope to see you there!

10 LOGO Craft & Vendor Fair Matapeake Middle School December 5, :00am 3:00pm FOOD Lots of artisans & Lots of Vendors Proceeds go to the MMS Relay for Life Team If you would like to rent a table Dr. Holocker at

11 Craft & Vendor Fair - Application Matapeake Middle School December 5, 2015 Please circle: Artisan Vendor 8:00am 3:00pm Name: address: Phone number: What will you be selling? Please describe your product: How many tables would you like? Tables are $25 for one or $45 for 2 Set up will be at 7:00am and tear down will be at 3:00pm. By signing below you are agreeing to stay the entire length of the Fair. Send your application and money to: Dr. Angela Holocker, Matapeake Middle School, 671 Romancoke Road, Stevensville, MD $ is enclosed Signature:

12 Matapeake Middle School Upcoming Events MMS has the following upcoming events scheduled and is in need of volunteers to help with each event. If you are able to help, please visit the Volunteers page on our MMS website. Click on Volunteer Training Dates and Information and submit the linked form in the bottom right hand corner of the page to let us know you re interested in helping out! Name of Event Date Time Grade Level/Team/Committee Hosting Event Kids' Canvas Stinger Night Saturday, November 14th Wednesday, November 18th 1:00 pm 5:00pm PTSA 4:00 pm 9:00 pm PTSA *Polar Bear Plunge January 28 If we go! 9:00 1:00 Mrs. Armiger Valentine's Dance PBIS Sand Dollar Incentive Movie Friday, February 5th, 2016 Friday, February 12th, :30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. PTSA 11:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. PBIS Team/Mrs. Kovach Queen Anne's County History Day February 2016 morning Social Studies Department Bingo or Quarter Auction Friday, March 11th, :30 pm 9:30 pm PTSA Our next Volunteer Training will be held during Stinger Night! Wednesday, November 18, :30 6:00

13 DANCING FOR THE FUTURE Supporting Queen Anne s County Education Saturday, November 21, 2015, 7-11 pm Chesapeake Bay Beach Club PROFESSIONALS STARS ALEX WALLS KRISTEN TAYLOR SHARI SMIGO KEVIN REAGAN ERIN NOONEY JENNIFER GOODING DARRYL CALLOWAY ANNE MARIE DULD LUCIA CALLOWAY IRENE FELKER MIKE FELKER MIKE SHARP SARAH ROSENDALE GARY HOFFMAN ERIC KLOTZ CARRIE SIMMONS PAT PALMER ROBERT BUCKEY PATRICIA BOWYER BILLY FAUST JACK HIGGINBOTHAM FRANK PLUMMER JACKIE WILHELM MARY LOU SHARP VOTE ONLINE For Your Favorite Local Star Up Until November 20th! Donate or Sponsor Online At: Join the Mid-Shore Community Foundation for the 2nd Annual Dancing for the Future. Our goal is to raise much needed funds to support our students education in Queen Anne s County focusing on technology, cultural arts and athletics. SPONSORED BY REEK F RE ; ; A RM C ED ; 1775 ; MURDOCH FLORIST & GREENHOUSE S LLC

14 This is not a QACPS sponsored event. This is not a QACPS sponsored event. This is not a QACPS sponsored event. This is not a QACPS sponsored event.

15 NJHS Basket Raffle to benefit Matapeake Middle School s Relay for Life Team $1 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5 Choose the basket you want to win! November 18, Matapeake Middle s Stinger Night You can purchase tickets during Stinger Night, using the form below or during lunch all week! Drawings for each basket will be held at the end of Stinger Night. The National Junior Honor Society students, have worked hard creating themed baskets to help raise money for our Relay for Life team. We know that not everyone can attend Stinger Night on November 18, but you can still participate in the basket raffle and support our Relay for Life team. Send in your raffle money with the attached order form and a ticket will be included for you in the raffle. (Make checks payable to Matapeake Middle School.) Indicate which basket(s) you would like to win! Winners need not be present at time of drawing and will be contacted on Friday, November 20 to make arrangements to pick up the baskets. Thank you in advance, Matapeake s NJHS Name: Phone Number: Amount Enclosed ($1 per ticket or 6 tickets for $5) Indicate which basket(s) you would like to win! One per ticket. Return to MMS by Nov. 18. Sports Basket Maryland Basket Family Fun Basket Winter Basket

16 Girls Softball Clinic Ages 8-16 Department of Community Services, Recreation Department Head Coach Kenny Magersupp of the Wagner s/magersupp 18u travel softball and Queen Anne s Recreation will be having a softball clinic for two days. Coach Magersupp has been coaching A level travel ball for over 10 years. Coach Magersupp is also the assistant Head Coach for the Mount De Sales Academy in Baltimore where he specializes in hitting, defense and catching. The two day clinic will include: pitching, catching, throwing, base running and hitting/bunting, sliding and more. Sessions will be 4 hours for two days. Cost: $80.00 Participant s Name (First/Last): Age: DOB: Location: Matapeake Elementary School Dates: Saturday, November 21, 2015 Sunday, November 22, 2015 Times: Sat. 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sun. 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Program: Payee (adult/guardian/parent): Last Name: First Name: Address: Home Phone: City: State/ZIP: Cell Phone: Method of Payment (circle one): Cash Check/Money Order MasterCard/VISA Card # Exp: / Signature: Medical Information (allergies, disabilities, medication, etc) I recognize the risks of illness and injury in any exercise/physical fitness or education and am participating in the Recreation program upon the express agreement and understanding that I am hereby waiving and releasing Recreation, its officers, directors, employees and agents from any and all claims, costs, liabilities, expense or judgment, including attorney s fees and court costs (herein, collectively Claims ) arising out of my participating in the aforesaid course/activity or any illness, injury or death resulting there from and hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Recreation Division from and against all such Claims except Claims proximately caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Recreation Division. * Participants may at some time be photographed for publicity purposes. Parent/Guardian Signature (1) Parent/Guardian Signature (2) If a parent or guardian does not have sole legal custody of the child, both signatures are required. By submitting a single signature, the parent/guardian is indicating that he/she has sole legal custody of the participant. You can register online for this program at Or you can mail this form to: Department of Community Services, Recreation 104 Powell Street, Centreville, MD or fax form with credit card payment to (410)

17 Friday, December 11, :00pm to 10:00pm Admission $5.00 per child 2nd to 8th Grades Pizza, Fries, Nachos, Candy and Drinks for Sale! Sponsored by: Sudlersville Vol. Fire Company 203 N Church St. Sudlersville, MD If you have any questions you can contact Sudlersville Volunteer Fire Company (410) Or Butch & Beverly Dadds: Christina Russell: Future Dance Dates for 2015 and 2016 school year.. Friday, February 12, 2016 Friday, March 11, 2016 Friday, April 8, 2016 Friday, May 13, 2016 Friday, June 10, 2016 This is not a QACPS sponsored event.