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Letter From Principal

Main Street Middle School Staff have worked together as a team to accomplish many endeavors; including our behavior program (PBIS), our full inclusion program (Learning Center), the expansion of our student support services (Academic Counselors), building interdisciplinary teams (IDT), and creating our Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). As we continue to progress in our understanding and implementation of common core state standards. We will focus on lead high-level, text-based discussions, focus on process, not just content http://papereditingexpert.com/, create assignments for real audiences and with real purpose, teach argument, not persuasion, and increase text complexity. Our teachers have done an outstanding job of supporting our students and ensuring their success as 21st century learners. As our students proved to us that they are, when they completed the new state test (SBAC). Our purpose is to eliminate the opportunity gap by preparing students to be college and career ready with proficient skills to navigate the digitally driven global economy. We will accomplish this goal by building and maintaining a cohesive and collaborative team, keep our focus on the best interest of students, and increase student achievement. We are also excited about the construction of the new middle school. The middle school will be built on the corner of Market and Main Street. It will have a two story building which will accommodate 1,500 students in grades 6-8 in 48 classrooms. There will be a gymnasium with boys/girls locker rooms, a weight room, 3 basketball courts, and seat 1,000 people. A multi- purpose room will seat 750 students; it will have a full service kitchen/snack window, and have a performance stage for music and drama classes. The administration building will be built with a reception area, media center, computer lab, and student services. The fields will be set with basketball courts, football/soccer/track, and baseball/softball fields. There will be two parking lots, one for staff and the other for visitor parking equipped with an auto loading section. It is proposed that the new school will open for the 2018-19 school year.

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