San Luis Middle School

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MathCounts 2019

News and Announcements

AzMERIT Reading and Math Part 1

⚠️Recordatorio⚠️
Nuestros estudiantes tomarán la parte 1 de los exámenes estatales de Lectura y Matemáticas el día de mañana, martes 16 de abril. Les pedimos, de la manera más atenta, que no falten y que sean puntuales, por favor. 🤓

¡Gracias! 🏫🦂

⚠️Reminder⚠️
Our students will be taking the AzMERIT Reading and Math Part 1 tomorrow, Tuesday, April 16th. We kindly request for all students to be present and on time, please. 🤓

Thank you! 🏫🦂
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Pizza with the Principal-March

San Luis Middle School would like to recognize and congratulate all ‘Pizza with the Principal’ nominees. All students were selected by their teachers as they have demonstrated outstanding character values of “Being Responsible,” “Being Respectful,” and “Being Safe."
Keep up the great work, Scorpions; we are extremely proud of you!
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MathCounts State Competition Series

El día de hoy, nuestro estudiante del 8°, Nicholas Gonazalez, compitió a nivel estatal en Phoenix, Arizona. Nicholas desempeñó un trabajo digno de admiración demostrando su gran talento y destreza en el área de matemáticas. En SLMS estamos sumamente orgullosos de él, del apoyo de su familia y de su entrenador, Mr. Castro.

Nicholas, sabemos que esta competencia será el principio de muchas más.

¡Eres un ejemplo a seguir; te admiramos muchísimo! 💪🏼🏅
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Spring Break/Vacaciones de Primavera

Estimados padres de familia/tutores,

Tendremos vacaciones de primavera del 1 al 5 de abril. Las clases se reanudarán el próximo lunes, 8 de abril. De igual manera, queremos recordarles que el día que regresemos a clases (lunes) será día regular. Es decir, saldremos a las 3:05 PM.
Finalmente, todos los estudiantes tomarán los exámenes de Escritura AzMERIT esa misma semana que regresemos.

¡Disfruten de la convivencia familiar; nos vemos muy pronto! 🍎🏖
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AIMS (Science) 3/26-3/27

Estimados padres de familia/tutores,

Queremos recordarles que mañana, martes 26 de marzo, daremos inicio a los exámenes del estado AIMS (Ciencia). Por favor, le pedimos, de la manera más atenta, que este martes y miércoles su hijo/a asista a la escuela y llegue temprano. También, es esencial que él/ella duerma bien y desayune saludablemente.

Nuestros maestros y estudiantes han trabajado arduamente por largos meses, y estamos seguros que ese arduo trabajo pronto dará frutos. Tenemos plena confianza en el potencial académico de su hijo/a.

¡Gracias por su apoyo! 📝
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Ambassador of Excellence/Embajador de Excelencia Academica

Congratulations to Mia Navarro Lombera for being selected as this month's Ambassador of Excellence by Mrs. Castillo. 🎉

We are very proud of you, Mia! 🍎✏📚😀

Felicitaciones a Mia Navarro Lombera por haber sido seleccionada como Embajadora de Excelencia Academica del mes de marzo por Mrs. Castillo. 🎉

¡Estamos muy orgullosos de ti, Mia! 🍎✏📚
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SLMS Science and Enginneering Academy

San Luis Middle School wants to thank Mrs. Espinoza and Mr. Castro for guiding and preparing our Science/Engineering Academy students to present their phenomenal projects at the Cesar Chavez Life & Legacy Event on Saturday, March 2nd.

Scorpions, we are extremely proud of you! We truly appreciate your hard work and commitment to the academy!

"Students must have initiative; they should not be mere imitators. They must learn to think and act for themselves - and be free." César E. Chávez

¡Sí, se puede! 💪🏼🍎🇺🇸🇲🇽

Nuestra escuela desea agradecer a Mrs. Espinoza y a Mr. Castro por guiar y preparar a nuestros estudiantes de la Academia de Ciencias e Ingeniería para presentar sus destacados proyectos en el Evento de Vida y Legado de César Chávez este pasado sábado, 2 de marzo.
Escorpiones, estamos sumamente orgullosos de ustedes! ¡Apreciamos su arduo trabajo y compromiso con la academia!

¡Sí, se puede! 💪🏼🍎🇺🇸🇲🇽
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PLEASE BE AWARE, PARENTS-"Momo" Challenge

Parents, for awareness and informational purpose:
Momo Challenge Warning from SmartSocial.com: Similar to the Blue Whale Challenge, the Momo Challenge is a dangerous viral social media trend with teens and tweens. The challenge encourages students to contact an unknown person called “Momo” via WhatsApp and Facebook.
Throughout the challenge, children are sent violent and graphic images and texts. The stranger then asks for photos and videos of themselves completing certain tasks. If a child wants to stop the challenge “Momo” threatens to leak their personal information. At first, the tasks are small.
What can parents do?
- Consider talking about the challenge with your child and ask if they have heard about it
- Discuss the dangers of the challenge and remind them that the creator of “Momo” is not a fictional character but rather a real person with negative intentions
- Teach your children to never communicate with strangers on social media and to never share personal information online
- Remind your children that they can always talk to you about anything that makes them feel uncomfortable on social media
- Understand the social media sites your children use regularly such as WhatsApp, Messenger, Snapchat and Instagram
- Require your child share passwords to their devices as well as any online accounts
Click here to learn more: https://smartsocial.com
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ivkbRC7OlfM
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PLEASE BE AWARE, PARENTS-"Blue Whale" Challenge

Parents, for awareness and informational purpose:
Momo Challenge Warning from SmartSocial.com: Similar to the Blue Whale Challenge, the Momo Challenge is a dangerous viral social media trend with teens and tweens. The challenge encourages students to contact an unknown person called “Momo” via WhatsApp and Facebook.
Throughout the challenge, children are sent violent and graphic images and texts. The stranger then asks for photos and videos of themselves completing certain tasks. If a child wants to stop the challenge “Momo” threatens to leak their personal information. At first, the tasks are small.
What can parents do?
- Consider talking about the challenge with your child and ask if they have heard about it
- Discuss the dangers of the challenge and remind them that the creator of “Momo” is not a fictional character but rather a real person with negative intentions
- Teach your children to never communicate with strangers on social media and to never share personal information online
- Remind your children that they can always talk to you about anything that makes them feel uncomfortable on social media
- Understand the social media sites your children use regularly such as WhatsApp, Messenger, Snapchat and Instagram
- Require your child share passwords to their devices as well as any online accounts
Click here to learn more: https://smartsocial.com
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ivkbRC7OlfM
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