to Students of the Month
Congratulations to Makenzie Anders, Austin Bauer, Emily Honsinger, Hayley Rosen, Cole Schmidt and Riley Willsey who were recognized as Students of the Month on
May 8. The awards, which are read over the morning announcements, are part of the Middle School’s Character Education program to recognize students in front of their peers. “Respect was our theme for April and these students certainly understand the importance of respecting themselves and others,” said Assistant Principal Chris Rockwell. “I
would like to congratulate them for being such great role
models for all our students.”
Tamarac Middle School has announced the 3rd quarter honor roll.
Click here to see a list of students... Congratulations to all our students!
Principal Rich Pogue would like to share a letter with Middle School parents about a “Salt and Ice Challenge” that a few students were overheard discussing. This is a relatively new phenomenon that has been growing on YouTube where individuals pour salt on part of their body and then add ice. This dare can cause serious burns. While we have no confirmation that our middle school students have tried this, Mr. Pogue would like to let parents know as a precaution.
Click here to read the letter...
Tamarac Middle School and the National Junior Honor Society
are planning the annual Dinner Dance Cruise, scheduled for
Thursday, June 20.
Click here to read a parent letter with additional information...
Tamarac Elementary students enjoyed a
sneak preview of this year’s Middle School musical when
their older classmates performed “Little Mermaid Jr.” for
them on March 21. The community also enjoyed the students'
Friday and Saturday night performances. Congratulations to everyone involved for all your hard work!
Click here for a photo slideshow... Posted
Expert Shares Lessons of Responsibility with Students
Tamarac Middle School students learned about the character education theme of responsibility in February with the help of Dean Davis from the World Ecology Center. Mr. Davis showed students exotic pets such as an iguana and tarantula as he discussed how much responsibility it takes to adequately care for them and other animals.
For example, Mr. Davis told students how some pets can live for
50 years or more so he urged caution about owning one unless
students are committed to caring for the pet for much of their
As part of the district’s continued efforts to address
bullying and harassment, the district has created a webpage that
provides parents with characteristics of bullying, ways to stop
it and contact information to report concerns.
Click here to
see the webpage… Posted 10/18/12.
Visit the Secondary Office/Info webpage for
information about arrival and dismissal procedures, reporting a
child's expected absence, dress code, and more.