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  • School Supply Lists for 2024-2025

    Please click here for the school supply lists for Grades 5 through 8 for the 2024-2025 school year.

    Please click here for the school supply list for Mrs. Curran & Mrs. Bennett's classes.

     


     

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  • Targeted Support and Improvement Plan

    The 2024-2025 Non-Title 1 School Targeted Support and Improvement Plan for Maple Point Middle School can be viewed and downloaded here.

     


     

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  • Yearbook Distribution Information

    On June 11th, students who ordered a yearbook will receive it after the Move-Up Day ceremony in the cafeteria.  Limited extra yearbook copies will be available to buy in the cafeteria during the distribution.  We accept CASH ONLY.  The cost will be $30.  We cannot reserve copies in advance.

    Grades 5, 6, and 7

    On June 11th, students who ordered a yearbook will receive them during homeroom.  A limited number of extra yearbook copies will be sold in the main office after 12:00.  We accept CASH ONLY.  The cost will be $30.  We cannot reserve copies in advance.

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  • Parent Resources 2024

    Please click here for Academic Resources/Supports.

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  • Pertinent End of Year Information

    To view the information from Mr. Sokol regarding the end of year events click HERE

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  • Athletic Information For Parents
     
    We are excited to have the FamilyID as our sports registration program.  Please click HERE for additional information on how to register your student athlete.  Thank you.
     
    All Student Athletes must have a PIAA Sports Physical dated after June 1st 2023 to play any sport in the 2023-2024 school year.
     
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  • Food4Troops

    Please help Mr. Weldie collect items for our deployed soldiers. 

    Last fall Mr. Weldie and his Maple Point students collected Halloween candy and shipped boxes to our soldiers station in S. Korea, and Africa.  This year they will be collecting the various items most requested by our soldiers.  Financial help is welcome, as the postage is usually greater than the cost of the items in the box.

    This is a true community effort for students, parents/guardians, and our soldiers.  Mr. Weldie will continue to send boxes as long as items keep coming in.

    Most Requested Items Here

    Troops

     

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  • Honor Roll - 4th Marking Period

    Please click HERE for the 4th marking period Honor Roll.

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  • Honor Roll - 3rd Marking Period

    Please click HERE for the 3rd marking period Honor Roll.

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  • Honor Roll - 2nd Marking Period

    Please click HERE for the 2nd marking period Honor Roll.

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  • Canvas Information & Instructions

    Canvas is our new online learning management system. Information and instructions for students and parents can be found here.

     

    Parent access information to Canvas can be found here.


     

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  • ATTENTION:  CELL PHONE POLICY

    Please click here for the cell phone policy effective February 6, 2020.


     

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  • Follow Mr. Sokol on Twitter

    Follow Mr. Sokol on Twitter for information, news, pictures and events at:

    Twitter Maple Point MS@MP_MrSokol


     

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  •  Supplemental Medical Insurance

     

    Click HERE for more information on Student Accident Insurance.

     

     


     

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  • From the SWPBIS Committee

    We are excited to announce that Maple Point Middle School has kicked off their SWPBIS program this school year.  SWPBIS stands for School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.  The philosophy behind this program includes reducing problem behavior, increasing student engagement, improving academic performance and improving family involvement within the school district.  We are looking for donations to reward positive behavior in students and staff.  The SWPBIS program can only achieve its goals with the generosity from members of our community.  Without these donations, creating the SWPBIS program would not be possible.

    Since the start of the SWPBIS program, we have relied on the generosity of individuals like you.  We ask you to consider a donation to our program.  Any contribution is welcome, as students are constantly being rewarded for their MP3 behavior.  (Examples of gift cards: Five Below, ITunes, Chick-Fil-A, Amazon, etc...)  Checks made out to Maple Point and cash are also welcome.  We hope that you will support our efforts.  Any donations can be brought to school with your child and delivered to the main office during the school day.

    Thank you in advance for your generosity.


     

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