We look forward to continuing remote learning and/or welcoming our students back into the building on Monday! Regardless of the location of their learning experience, young adolescents find comfort and do best with ritual and routine.
We ask that you establish your own structure and routine when it comes to in-school, at-home, and fully remote learning. This is beneficial for students so they have a routine in place, and is helpful for staff to have a sense of which students will be in the building and at home. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to be flexible! We understand there will be unexpected circumstances pop up. We will do our best to work around those situations.
We appreciate your continued partnership with our school!
Spirit Week Next Week!
4/19 Monday - Crazy Hair Day
4/20 Tuesday - Merrimack Spirit Day
4/21 Wednesday - Career Day
4/22 Thursday - Decade Day
4/19 - Beginning next week, students are expected to attend classes 5 days per week.
4/23 - Please be sure to have your students attend (In-School or Zoom) Friday 4/23, 7:30-11:45!
As per the announcement from Dr. McLaughlin, the mask policy remains in effect for the Merrimack School District.
Bus Routes click HERE for updated schedules beginning on 4/19!
Please click on this LINK for a letter from Assistant Superintendent John Fabrizio related to the New Hamshire Statewide Assessment System.
71 - May 10-12
72 - May 17-19
73 - May 24-26
81 - May 10-13
82 - May 17-20
83 - May 24-27
Duck Stamp Sweep!
Merrimack Middle School beat out the competition in the NH Group III Division of the National Junior Duck Stamp Competition. This is the first year where a student from Merrimack Middle School has placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd for New Hampshire in the Annual Competition.
Here are the entries:
1st Place: Amelia Gregory
2nd Place: Vivian Halvorson
3rd Place: Emily Muskiewicz
Odds is Coming to MMS!
Monday, May 3rd, Merrimack Middle School staff and students will enjoy a virtual presentation by author, musician, and educator Odds Bodkins! Odds will be livestreaming his telling of the story “Young Hercules: The Legendary Bully.” Students who are in the building on 5/3 will watch this Zoom presentation in their classrooms. Those who are remote on 5/3 will access the Zoom link on their teachers’ Canvas pages. This presentation will align with many aspects of the middle school curriculum including: Social Studies, English Language Arts, Music, and our social-emotional learning. We are so excited for our students to share in this experience, and we are grateful to the Merrimack Middle School PTG for helping to make it possible!
MMS Concert Band
The MMS concert band recorded a concert to be submitted to the NHMEA Large Group Festival and will also be broadcasted on Merrimack TV, Youtube, Apple TV and other outlets - to be premiered later next week! Details coming soon!