Our schools and offices will be closed March 10th-14th in observance of Spring Break. Schools and offices will reopen on March 17th. Have a safe holiday.
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In order to meet the academic needs of Scottsdale Unified School District’s (SUSD) high achieving students, SUSD will expand its Middle School Honors Program by adding English Language Arts to the curriculum for its six middle schools and three K-8 schools for the 2014-15 school year.
“We believe that SUSD is ‘The Best Choice’ for students. By enhancing the Middle School Honors Program to include English Language Arts, in addition to Math, we offer the best choice for 6th-8th grade students who have demonstrated that they are ready to move toward a more rigorous curriculum,” said Dr. Andi Fourlis, assistant superintendent of Teaching & Learning. See Middle School Honors Program
Mountainside’s chapter of the National Junior Honor Society, which recognizes academic excellence, character, service, citizenship, and leadership is accepting applications from current 7th grade students who meet the following criteria:
New, industrial-grade skateboard racks have been installed inside the bike rack on the west side of campus for student use.
Students are encouraged to bring their own locks in addition to having the bike rack locked during school hours.
There is enough space to hold 24 skateboards. Students are not permitted to carry skateboards with them or leave them in classrooms.
Mountainside is not responsible for lost or stolen skateboards, and the racks are provided as a convenience to students.
Dear Mountainside Parent,
Officer Joshua Haines
School Resource Officer
Mountainside Middle School
Cheyenne Traditional School
Anasazi Elementary School
The SUSD early release scheduled for March 5 and 6 is for Elementary and Kindergarten through 8th Grade (K-8) schools. Middle schools, including Mountainside will NOT have early release.
A second Successmaker Lab has been added to the Thursday morning session. There is now a Thursday afternoon session available. The free session provides computer time for students to complete Successmaker lessons, and is facilitated by Mountainside Teacher Karen Batson. The morning session begins at 7 AM, and the afternoon session will be held after school until 4 PM. Both are held in Room 453. No registration is necessary, but morning students will need to check in at the Mountainside office. For more information, please call the Mountainside office at 480-484-5500.
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An open Successmaker Lab for all students is held each Thursday morning. There is no registration, but students must enter and sign in with the front office. This lab will provide students with access to Successmaker and time to complete Successmaker lessons. The lab will be supervised by Mountainside Teacher Ms. Batson.
All students needing help with homework are invited to attend Mountainside's Homework Club every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 7 AM. Homework Club is free. No registration is required, but students must enter and sign in with the front office. Students are asked to bring their homework and any additional materials needed to complete their work. Homework Club is held in Room 151 and facilitated by Mrs. Goodman-Herman.
For detailed information regarding procedures, policies and expectations at Mountainside, please refer to the 2013-14 Mountainside Parent-Student Handbook found here.
Mountainside is in need of a crossing guard for two hours a day to assist students crossing Via Linda during arrival and dismissal. If you, or someone you know, is interested, please contact the office at 480-484-5500.