The 2019-20 application for the Superintendent and Executive Directors’ Student Advisory Council is available now. This is an opportunity for any middle school student. Please submit your application at this address:
Please check out our new page under the “Student Resources” menu to access all of our summer learning information.
Copies of packets and school summer learning information will be posted here. This includes information on summer learning for incoming Fordson students.
Also, our media center will be open from 9am-noon, Monday through Thursday until July 3rd. Students will be welcome to check out books, use our technology to work on the online portion of their summer learning, or receive help with their summer packets.
If any students have concerns, please make sure you visit the school before the administrative staff leaves for break (July 3rd).
The Mobile Food Pantry for June is this Wednesday at 9am at Lowrey School .
Distribution begins at 9. It is first come, first served, and we are only able to donate up to 100 families every month. It is recommended they drive to the donation location early to wait, and we will load their cars with 30lbs of food. If they are unable to drive, we suggest they bring a wagon/cart to take their donations home.
The food mobiles are ran by CIS staff and volunteers. Food is provided by Gleaners. Please see First Food Mobile flyer.
A mobile food pantry will not be held in July. The CIS staff hopes to resume the mobile food pantry in August the first week back in school.
The McUnis End of Year Carnival will be held on Wednesday, June 12th from 4-7pm. Activities will take place around the playground/field and the gym, face painting in the art room, and refreshments being sold in the cafe.
There will be two types of wristbands for purchase.
Red wristbands are $5. This will include face paint, small bounce house with slide,Twister bounce house, and the Obstacle Course bounce house.
Blue wristbands are $10. This will include $2 worth of tickets for food and the dunk tank. Along with face paint, small bounce house with slide,Twister bounce house, and the Obstacle Course bounce house, these wristbands include access to Knockerball,Whack-a-mole Bounce House, Escape Room Inflatable, and the Wrecking Ball inflatable.
Wristbands will be sold during school and at the event. Tickets for food and dunk tank will be available for purchase at the event.
The McUnis Talent Show will take place from 3:15-5:15 today. Tickets are $3. Wristbands were sold during the school day and will be sold at the door.
Promotion ceremonies for Kindergarteners, 5th graders, and 8th graders are just around the corner. Save the dates:
All ceremonies will take place in the McCollough-Unis Gym.
Please see this link to view the file for the summer reading for incoming 9th graders, as assigned by Fordson High School:
According to Johns Hopkins University, the effects of summer learning loss can result in nearly a three-month loss in grade-level equivalency in math and a two-month loss in grade-level equivalency in reading. In order to close the summer learning loss gap in reading and math, middle school students will be expected to complete Summer Learning before they return in the fall. Teachers will grade the completed summer work when school opens in August.
The following is a link to Unis’ contact regarding the ELA expectations, the book list for the summer, and the book talk rubric.
The overview of Unis Summer Learning is embedded below