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1 Wednesday Communication October 25, 2017 Important Dates: 10/25 EMS Sportswear Sale Orders DUE Online ONLY 10/26 EHS Blood Drive, 3:30 7:30 PM 10/26 Edgar Allen Poe Tea, 3:00 4:30 PM, EHS Media Center 10/27 Activity Night 6:30 8:30 PM 10/27 Washington, DC Payment $250 Upcoming Dates: 11/1 Picture Retakes 11/7 Professional Development - School Closed 11/7 Parent/Teacher Conferences, 3:00 7:00 PM 11/9 Veteran s Day Ceremony, 9:30 AM, MS Lobby 11/10 Holiday School Closed 11/16 Drawing for Turkey Raffle 11/18 PTO Sponsored Dodgeball Tournament, Noon 4:00 PM 11/21 Report Cards 11/22-11/24 Thanksgiving Break School Closed 11/29 Mandatory Parent/Player Meeting, 6:30 PM, MS Gym Just a few reminders: Health Office News: We have had a couple students in the Middle School who have developed a rash. We have one case of Hand, Foot & Mouth Illness confirmed by a doctor. According to the State of NH Dept. of Health and Human Services this Illness/Disease is a virus which is transmitted similarly to the common cold plus can be spread if hands not washed well after using the bathroom. The illness usually goes away without any serious complications. As long as the student does not have a fever and feels well enough they may attend school. See below for the full document and more information. Epping Middle School 33 Prescott Road Epping, NH Principal Coby Troidl Assistant Principal Susan Gualtieri Athletic Director Larry Averill ~ ~ ~ Main Office Phone Main Office Fax Website Epping Athletics: Sign-ups are underway for Winter Sports and students may be registered following this link - The parent should check MS Athletic web page for tryout dates and times. Please make sure that your child is academically EMS Mission Statement The Epping Middle School community educates and empowers students within a safe environment to become respectful, involved, and knowledgeable 21 st century learners and citizens.

2 passing at least five courses, and has an updated physical on record in the Health Office. Parent and children who have not attended a required parent-player meeting for sports must be present on November 29 at 6:30pm in the MS Gym for their sons or daughters to play. Please contact Mr. Averill with any questions. PTO Membership Drive Please see attached form to join the EMS PTO. Veteran s Day Ceremony Please join us in honoring local Veterans on Thursday, 11/9 at 9:30 AM in the MS Lobby. Light refreshments will be served, please use the link below for snack donations. Thank you! PTO Sponsored Dodgeball Tournament On Saturday, 11/18 from Noon to 4:00 PM the PTO will be hosting a Dodgeball Tournament. Get together friends to make a team of 6 and register to play for $20 or just come and cheer and watch! Admission is $1 for students and $2 for adults with the concession stand open with food and drinks to purchase. Please see attached for more information and permission forms. If you would like to volunteer at the tournament, please use the sign-up link below! We need your help! Turkey Raffle Seventh and Eighth graders going to Washington DC will be selling raffle tickets with a chance to win a turkey dinner with all the fixins! The raffle will help to offset the cost of each student s spring trip to Washington, DC. Because all food items in the turkey dinner baskets have been donated by faculty and staff, students are able to apply their individual sales of raffle tickets to directly offset the cost of their trip. Please show your support for the 8 th grade class and buy some tickets! Tickets are $1 each or $5 for 6. Raffle drawing will be on Thursday, 11/16. Washington DC Payments The following payments are due to Ms. Sturzo in by check in black or blue pen payable to Epping Middle School. 10/27 $250 12/8 $250 1/19 $200 Permission forms along with a $100 non-refundable deposit is due ASAP or add it to the October payment. Thank you. EMS Mission Statement The Epping Middle School community educates and empowers students within a safe environment to become respectful, involved, and knowledgeable 21 st century learners and citizens.

3 Team Leaders Each grade has a team leader that is the contact to answer questions or have information that is related to each grade. The best way to contact teachers is via . 8 th Grade Ms. Weisberg, 7 th Grade Ms. Page, 6 th Grade Ms. Beidleman, Activity Night - Activity Night - On Friday, 10/27th, 6:30 8:30 PM. Admission is $5 per student and a concession stand will be open with pizza, snacks, and drinks available for purchase. Please remember dress code and school policy applies during dances. Students will be dismissed by the Middle School doors promptly at 8:30 pm. Please park in the Middle School parking lot and walk up to the sidewalk to dismiss your child. Weekend Food Program - Epping Middle School is proud to once again offer a weekend food program to families in need this school year. In collaboration with 68 hours of hunger, the food program provides students with food for the 68 hour time frame between Friday s lunch at school and breakfast Monday morning at school. If you are interested in accessing this great program please contact Mr. DeGruttola in Guidance at x283 or A Ghoulish Good Time The Epping Middle/High School Library Media Center is holding its annual Edgar Allan Poe Tea. Thursday October 26th from 3 4:30 pm Please join us for refreshments and trivia fun. EMS Mission Statement The Epping Middle School community educates and empowers students within a safe environment to become respectful, involved, and knowledgeable 21 st century learners and citizens.

4 There is limited space so please call for a reservation. Thelma Thompson There is no cost. Come hear the Raven and enjoy some ghoulishly good treats. Community News and Upcoming Events: The Epping High School Athletic Boosters will be hosting the 2017 EHS Holiday Fair on Saturday, November 11 from 9AM-3PM at the Epping Middle High School Gym on 21 Academy St, Epping. This event will focus on showcasing arts, foods and crafts from local artist, crafters and bakers. The cost to shop at the fair is free for all ages. The Boosters are now taking applications from artisans and those interested in participating in the craft fair. Information and fees can be found by contacting Beth Deschene at or EMS Mission Statement The Epping Middle School community educates and empowers students within a safe environment to become respectful, involved, and knowledgeable 21 st century learners and citizens.

5 Capture Your Memories in this Year's Epping Middle School Yearbook! IF PURCHASED BY NOVEMBER 30 Add Photos & Memories to Your 2 Free Custom Pages Add photos from your computer, Facebook & Flickr. Add memories & photos from throughout the year. Share them with your classmates to include in their personal pages. Send and receive Bling and signatures. A great way to share expressions of friendship! To Purchase & Customize Your Yearbook*: *Must be a parent or student 13 years or older. 1 2 Go to Enter our school s passcode: Regular Price: $20.00 Patent Pending 2017 TreeRing Corporation

6 TreeRing QuickStart Guide: How to Create Your Personal Pages for Epping Middle School Step 1: Sign in to Your TreeRing Account at Need to create an account? Our passcode: Sign In Please enter your account information to securely sign into TreeRing User Name No Account? Get One! Step 2: Add Memories 1. Buy Yearbook 2. Add Memories 3. Sign & Bling 4. Add Photos 5. Edit Book Add a Memory for Katniss My favorite book I read this year is Step 3: Send a Signature to a Friend 1. Buy Yearbook 2. Add Memories 3. Sign & Bling 4. Add Photos 5. Edit Book Sign Gale s Yearbook Password Remember Me Forgot your password? Add Memory Add a Photo Cancel Sign In Skip Question Katniss Cancel Sign Yearbook Step 4: Send Bling to a Friend Step 5: Add a Photo Step 6: Contribute Photos to the Yearbook by Adding Them to Shared Folders 1. Buy Yearbook 2. Add Memories 3. Sign & Bling 4. Add Photos 5. Edit Book 1. Buy Yearbook 2. Add Memories 3. Sign & Bling 4. Add Photos 5. Edit Book 1. Buy Yearbook 2. Add Memories 3. Sign & Bling 4. Add Photos 5. Edit Book Send this to Peeta? Cl sr m c dids Katniss Everdeen My Computer Facebook Flickr Shared Folder Cancel Send Step 7: Drag & Drop Your Photos, Memories, Signatures and Bling into Your Yearbook Step 8: Add More Pages! Step 9: Set to Print Ready and Share Your Pages 1. Buy Yearbook 2. Add Memories 3. Sign & Bling 4. Add Photos 5. Edit Book YES Patent Pending 2016 TreeRing Corporation

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8 Epping Middle School Parent Teacher Organization Membership Form W elcome to the school year. Our PTO builds relationships with various community groups and business. We foster strong relationships between families and the school. We aim to promote and provide opportunities to demonstrate civic and social responsibility. We support and assist in preparing our kids to be responsible citizens by modeling what it means to give back to your community. We encourage all parents and staff at Epping Middle School to join the PTO. Membership dues are only $2 per person and are used to support our school. You are not obligated to attend meetings when you join. For questions about the Epping PTO or to volunteer, please contact Colleen Sousa at THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Please return your form to your child s homeroom teacher by December 1, 2017 Cut here ----> I wish to join the Epping Middle School PTO and have enclosed $2 per person (cash or check made payable to Epping PTO). I am unable to join at this time, but here is my contact information so that I may receive PTO news via . Please Print Name(s): Telephone:

9 Please print your family last on this piece of popcorn. We will be displaying it on a PTO bulletin board. Thank you so much!

10 If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball! Get 5 friends and form a team of 6! $20 entry fee Prizes for best team name, costume and sign! Win the tourney & get a prize! Don t have a team? Pay $5 and we ll get you on a team! EMS PTO PRESENTS: DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT Saturday, November 18 th from noon to 4 pm EMS PTO is hosting their first big event! Come play dodgeball in the high school gym! Teams of 6, $20 to register. Must register by November 15. No team? $5 will get you on a team. Permission slip and money must be handed into EMS office All players must be 6 th grade or older. Questions? Text Heather Clark at Concession stand will be open! Don t want to play? Come and watch! TOURNAMENT BASICS: Gates open at 11:30. Parade of teams starts at noon. Competition starts immediately following. Admission fees: EES or younger: free EMS/EHS students: $1 Adults: $2

11 EMS PTO Dodgeball tournament permission slip and waiver form I, have read and understand the rules and regulations of the 2017 Dodgeball tournament and understand that any violations of the rules provided will result in disqualification of my entire dodgeball team. As a participant of team, I will report to the EHS gym at 11 am with all my team members to go over the rules on the day of the tournament, Saturday November 18 th. I give my child,, permission to participate in the EMS PTO dodgeball tournament on Saturday November 18 at noon in the EHS gym. I understand that they have been provided with all the rules and regulations of the dodgeball tournament, and I acknowledge that any violations of these rules will result in disqualifications. (participant s signature) (date) (parent s signature) (date)

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14 Free Vision Screenings! Sponsored by NH Healthy Families 7-NH Epping AM 2017.indd 1 10/3/17 12:31 PM WHEN Thursday, October 26, :00 11:30 a.m. WHERE Epping Regional Health Center 212 Calef Hwy. Epping, NH The Envolve Vision Van provides free vision services. If a vision problem is detected during screening, the eye doctor on the vision van will perform a free screening. If glasses are needed, patients can choose their frames on site and will receive their glasses free of charge in the mail in about a month. Parental/guardian consent will be needed for anyone under 18 years of age. Find out how to check the balance of your CentAccount or My Health Pays rewards card while you wait for your eye exam! WHO All community residents. First come, first served! NHHealthyFamilies.com 2017 NH Healthy Families. All rights reserved. NH Healthy Families is underwritten by Granite State Health Plan, Inc.

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