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Mr. Revelas
Mr. Revelas goes to new heights to welcome students!

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Ms. Beimal and Mrs. Anderson
greet everyone with a smile!

Mrs. Schwartz
Mrs. Schwartz says,
"Happy 40th anniversary!"

 

 

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PCMS Boys & Girls Club
Boys & Girls Information Flyer
The club will provide a safe, positive and fun place for middle school studnts in the morning and after school hours. Staff will provide homework help, tutoring, fitness/sports, health and life skills and service learning. Hours: 7:00am - 9:00am and 4:00pm - 6:00pm

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2012 Charlotte County History Fair Awards
We would like to congratulate the following PCMS students
who were awarded ribbons for their History Fair Projects.

Group Performance – 3rd Place, for their project “The Reformation of the 1982 NFL Strike”  - Brittney McGivern, Kelsey Ferguson, Jackie Roche, Danielle Kuzell, and Caitlin Moss-Solomon

Individual Website – 2nd Place (and qualified to advance to the State History Fair), “Reaction to Segregation”, Derek Romano.

Group Website    –  Honorable Mention – “The Revolution of Lighting”, Alexis Benner, Sarah Lee
Honorable Mention – “Modern Dance” – Analise Dilorio, Nia Janson-Dugan, and Katie Jackson
3rd Place – “Philo Farnsworth”   -   Gabby Innello and Alexis Loukota

Individual Documentary  -  1st Place (Qualified for State History Fair)  - “Technology’s Impact on the U.S. Postal Service”   Jimmy Laurin

Group Documentary   -   2nd Place (Qualified for State History Fair)   -   “The Medellin Cartell – Failed Revolution”    Kelly Shearin, Cole Marsh, and Jacob Goldman

Individual Exhibit  -   2nd Place  - “Bay of Pigs”  Alfredo Ortega
1st Place (Qualified for State History Fair)   - “Westward Expansion”    Danielle Francis

Danielle
Congrats!
Derek
Congrats!
Congrats!

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Girls Track

Calling all Girls...Check it out!
For more information about the
"Girls on Track Program"

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NO INTRAMURALS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

FUN! PCM Intramural Program - Port Charlotte Middle will offer an intramural program for all interested 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. The program will run after school, Monday’s through Thursday’s from 4:00 P.M. until 5:00 P.M. To get involved print and complete the PCM Intramural Program parent permission form and return to the main office.

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Are you looking for a tutor? Visit CCPS 2011-2012 tutor list for details.

National Youth Leadership Council Invites Applications for Youth Leadership for Service-Learning Excellence Award. Click here for more information. Application Deadline: October 21, 2011

Respect Our School-ROS
The ROS program is designed to enhance campus safety while increasing the individual student’s civic engagement. The program typically consists of thirty (30) 8th grade students.

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PORT CHARLOTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADING CALENDAR
Progress Reports
Grading Periods
First progress report: 
Sept. 14 
End of grading period 1:
Oct. 7
Second progress report:
Nov. 11
End of first semester:
Dec. 16
Third progress report:
Feb. 3 
End of grading period 3:
March 8
Fourth progress report: 
April 20 
End of second semester:
May 23

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TARDY TO CLASS PROCEDURES - STEP PLAN
Students not in the classroom at the sound of the bell are considered tardy unless they have a pass documented in the planner from another teacher or the office. Unexcused tardy students will be sent directly to C-1 to see the administrator in charge for documentation or consequences. The following steps will be taken…
Step 1 – Warning
Step 2 – Teacher Parental Call
Step 3 – Guidance Call
Step 4 – Admin Lunch Consultation (w/call)
Step 5 through 10 – Admin Discipline
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