As a reminder- this Friday, Oct, 3rd the Jr High will be going to JA Biztown. Please arrange to drop your child off at Ogden Front Runner Station located at 2350 Wall Ave Ogden, Utah 84401 at 7:15 am. The students will be transported by Front Runner. Guardians also need to pick up students at Ogden Front Runner at 2:52pm.
Please do not just assume your child has a ride! If you are unable to take or pickup, please visit the WeJoinIn link so they can get a ride from the school and/or brought back to the school from a few Certified Drivers. http://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/tgpjn Once the said ‘carload’ is full, that driver will no longer be available. Please give them plenty of notice so that all students can enjoy this experience.
Melinda Montgomery- (801) 695-6188 – [email@example.com] and Jeanne Smith – (801) 920-304 can also help you set up your child’s ride.
We have three more slots for parent volunteers for JA Biztown. Please email Ms. Emily if you are interested.
The event is this Friday. Volunteers need to report to the Discovery Gateway at 8:30 for a brief training. We should be done between 1 and 1:30 pm.
Please let Ms. Emily know of any students with alternate travel plans other than the Front Runner so an accurate head count can be established.
It will be AWESOME!!
Here is a link with details about how to volunteer for JA Biztown on October 3rd.
Here is who I have coming so far: Chandi Gill, John Gill, Paula Vaughn, Brandi Longfellow, Brandi’s friend, Kari Kimose, Connie Davis, Nate Tague, Preston Allen, Jeannie Smith & Melinda Montgomery.
We are gearing up for JA Biztown. We will have an experience working with stocks. So here are some links that will help you get started.
Permission slips were passed out to all Jr. High students for our upcoming Field Trip to JA Biztown on Oct. 3rd. Permission slips must be returned to Ms. Jaime no later than this Friday Sept. 19th. The students will learn business and economic concepts through simulation to help them understand the economic world.
Please arrange to drop your child off at Ogden Front Runner Station located at 2350 Wall Ave Ogden, Utah 84401 at 7:15 am on Friday, October 3, 2014. The students will be transported by Front Runner. Guardians also need to pick up students at Ogden Front Runner at 2:52pm.
Note: We realize that this is an inconvenient time being so close to elementary dismissal and apologize, but UTA would not let us get back earlier.
|Please do not just assume your child has/will get a ride.
Who to contact about carpools.. Melinda Montgomery- (801) 695-6188 – [firstname.lastname@example.org] Jeanne Smith – (801) 920-304
* They will have a WeJoinIn link to utilize certified drivers.
http://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/tgpjn Once the said ‘carload’ is full, that driver will no longer be available. Please give them plenty of notice so that all students can enjoy this experience.
JA Biztown Info JA Biztown Permission Slip JA Biztown – Consent Form JA Biztown – Liability Form
Today we looked at how far we have already come. We watched and listened to Laura Mvula’s song Green Garden. This song represents our purest intent when we visit our adopted farm and our willing to GO this year together. Enjoy the song.
The MMAJH Staff
Our first Cross Country Track meet will be Tuesday at Legacy Prep Academy (2214 S. 1250 W. Woods Cross, UT.) The meet will begin with the girls at 4:30 pm & then the boys will compete at 5:00. Come and support our amazing team!
Don’t miss our Back to School night on Thursday, September 4th from 6:30-7:30 pm! This is a parent’s only event (no children please).
Jr High parents will meet in the Yurtable.
If you can’t make it, please still fill out this questionnaire. Thank you!
Permission Slips for The Farm Field Trip are due by this Thursday, Sept. 4th. Each student received a form specific to the date they are scheduled to attend.
On September 11 and 12 – depending on which group your child will be assigned to attend, we will be participating in a field study to the Holmgren Historic Family Farm (460 N. 300 E. Tremonton, UT 84337). Please make the necessary arrangements to drop your child off at the farm at 9am on the morning your child is assigned, and pick up by 2:30 that afternoon.
Throughout our current Cycle we will have been building our community of learners through hands-on activities and team building work. This work occupies the normalization period and is an essential part of the Montessori secondary philosophy. In addition to building a strong community of self-directed learners, the Montessori secondary program acknowledges the adolescent need for meaningful labor and the outdoors. To accomplish these tasks, we will turn our focus to the Holmgren Historic Family Farm. By learning the history of who has resided on the land, investigating the migration patterns of birds, identifying indigenous plant life, we will reach a deeper understanding of our land and fulfill Maria Montessori’s vision of Erdkinder.
Below is a copy of the packing list. Please, if you have any questions or concerns feel free to address them with any of the staff.
- Cold sack lunch
- Fresh, healthy snack (if needed)
- Shoes appropriate for walking
- Jacket and rain gear (if forecasted)
- Hat- sunscreen
- Work gloves
- Water bottle
- Medication (labeled and given to staff member)
Our Erdkinder farm is a thirty to fourty minute drive. Please plan for ample time according to your own driving comfort and weather conditions.
We do have some wonderful parents who are Certified Drivers & have volunteered to help arrange some carpool. It is not through the school. Please give them plenty of notice so that all students can enjoy this experience. Melinda Montgomery- (801) 695-6188 – [email@example.com] Jeanne Smith – (801) 920-3045
If you are interested in becoming a Certified Driver please click here.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL JR HIGH STUDENT FEES MUST BE PAID TO MMA’S FRONT OFFICE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE. THANK YOU!!