Week of November 11th

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The ECMS Invest with Positivity campaign has officially launched with a goal of $35,000! Money continues to support PTA programs and events, Curriculum & Field Trip Grants, school clubs and enrichment. The goal also includes funding an outdoor classroom and a set of bleachers. Please help us meet our goal this year by contributing to the campaign. You can find information on the PTA/Foundation website and social media outlets. We have already raised over $10,000 but we need your help to reach our target.

At this time we will no longer issue bus passes to buses (2232 or 1468). These buses are filled to capacity and space is not available for additional riders.

Q2 4 ½ Weeks progress reports will be made available in ParentVue on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. An envelope with other pertinent information will be sent home with students. Please return the envelope with your signature indicating that you have viewed your child’s progress report online and all of the information in the envelope. If you have not obtained your ParentVue code to view your child’s grades, progress reports, and report cards check with Student Services to get signed up.
The ECMS Talent Show is Thursday November 21, 2019 at 6PM. Tickets are $1 and will be pre-sold. There will be no tickets sold at the door. Students must accompanied by a parent and are not allowed to stay after school. Students must go home afterschool and return to school with parents.
CCSD will be closed for Thanksgiving Break November 25th – 29th!
Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Parent Survey is now available! Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey. The data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating for East Cobb Middle School. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Parents who do not have access to the Internet, may contact the school to set up a time to utilize Parent Resources for internet use. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted on the school’s and the PTSA’s website as well as here. Georgia Parent Survey: https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents

Parents, you may still submit the Scoliosis Opt out letter if you do not want to have your student screened at school. Please read the letter and view the link found on the PTSA blog or ECMS website https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqiyqz7TXU&t=139s regarding the process for the Scoliosis screening. If you do not wish to have your child screen by school personnel, please sign and return the Opt out letter to your child’s homeroom teacher.

Parents please refrain from allowing students to bring valuable items and electronic devices to school. When they do, it is at their own risk. We will not expend resources to police lost or stolen items. Please reiterate this message at home. It is in the best interest to leave expensive and valuable items at home.
If a student is in possession of a cellphone/device upon entering a classroom… Cellphones/Devices must be docked in the pocket docking station upon entering class. (STUDENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO RETURN THE DEVICE TO THEIR LOCKER, IF THEY ARE IN POSSESSION OF IT UPON ENTERING CLASS, IT MUST BE DOCKED IN THE ASSIGNED DOCKING POCKET IN THE CLASSROOM). Cellphone/Devices should not be seen or heard in the classroom, cafe, hallway or at school unless it has been deemed appropriate for instructional use ONLY by the teacher, enacting BYOD; which will be communicated prior to or at the beginning of class. If a student’s phone is not docked in a pocket, which would indicate that the student is not in possession of a phone in the classroom. Students who violate the cell phone policy will receive consequences related to insubordination.


Week of November 4th

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No school Tuesday, November 5, 2019 – Teacher Work Day!

The ECMS Invest with Positivity campaign has officially launched with a goal of $35,000! Money continues to support PTA programs and events, Curriculum & Field Trip Grants, school clubs and enrichment. The goal also includes funding an outdoor classroom and a set of bleachers. Please help us meet our goal this year by contributing to the campaign. You can find information on the PTA/Foundation website and social media outlets. We have already raised over $10,000 but we need your help to reach our target.

It’s ECMS SPIRIT NIGHT AT ZAXBY’s LOWER ROSWELL! Come out for dinner, snacks and drinks! Every bite and every sip counts! Thanks for supporting ECMS anyway you can.

The Georgia Parent Survey is now available! Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey. The data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating for East Cobb Middle School. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Parents who do not have access to the Internet, may contact the school to set up a time to utilize Parent Resources for internet use. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted on the school’s and the PTSA’s website as well as here. Georgia Parent Survey: https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents.

Parents, you may still submit the Scoliosis Opt out letter if you do not want to have your student screened at school.  Please read the letter and view the link found on the PTSA blog or ECMS website https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqiyqz7TXU&t=139s  regarding the process for the Scoliosis screening.  If you do not wish to have your child screen by school personnel, please sign and return the Opt out letter to your child’s homeroom teacher.


Week of October 21st

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Q1 report cards have been made available online in ParentVue. Parents if you did not attend a FACE-to-FACE conference, your child was given a hard copy in an envelope. Please sign the envelope on the appropriate line indicating that you have viewed your child’s report card and the information inside of the envelope. If you have not obtained your ParentVue code to view your child’s grades, progress reports, and report cards check with Student Services to get signed up.

East Cobb Middle School has experienced population growth that exceeded our projected teacher allotment needs. To better meet the academic needs of our students we have hired 4 new teachers. We have hired an additional 7th and 8th grade Language Arts teacher, 8th grade Music teacher, an English Language Learner Teachers, a new PE/Health Teacher. This will allow us to alleviate some overcrowding and reduce the ratio of students to teacher for these core subjects and PE/Connections.
Beginning Quarter 2 (October 14, 2019), students were randomly assigned to these new classes.

Seventh grade students will be attending a field trip to the Alliance Theater on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 to see A Christmas Carol. Students must submit permission slips to their homeroom teacher no later than Friday, November 1, 2019. The cost is $20. There will be no refunds.

We are on a Mission: STEAM Possible here at ECMS! Please click the link below to submit the information needed to order t-shirts to represent and support our mission. The cost is $15 per t-shirt and are in ADULT sizes only. Please select the grade level or “Agency” you’d like to represent.
Agent: Explorer 6th grade, Innovator 7th grade, or Architect 8th grade. Cash or check made payable to East Cobb Middle School. Place money in a school payment envelope and place it in the safe on/ before Friday, October 25, 2019. Mark the Envelope STEAM T-Shirt.
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The ECMS Invest with Positivity campaign has officially launched with a goal of $35,000! Money continues to support PTA programs and events, Curriculum & Field Trip Grants, school clubs and enrichment. The goal also includes funding an outdoor classroom and a set of bleachers. Please help us meet our goal this year by contributing to the campaign. You can find information on the PTA/Foundation website and social media outlets. We have already raised over $10,000 but we need your help to reach our target.

RED RIBBON WEEK – October 21-25, 2019
Monday: Red Out ~ Wear red head to toe!
Tuesday: Sock It to Drugs ~ Wear crazy socks!
Wednesday: Drugs and I Don’t Mix! ~Wear crazy mismatched clothes from head to toe!
Thursday: Drug Free Team Day ~ Wear your favorite team gear!
Friday: Buddy Up Against Drugs ~ Dress like a friend/”twinning” day

The Georgia Parent Survey is now available! Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey. The data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating for East Cobb Middle School. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Parents who do not have access to the Internet, may contact the school to set up a time to utilize Parent Resources for internet use. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted on the school’s and the PTSA’s website as well as here. Georgia Parent Survey: https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents


Week of October 14th

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East Cobb Middle School has experienced population growth that exceeded our projected teacher allotment needs. To better meet the academic needs of our students we have hired 4 new teachers. We have hired an additional 7th and 8th grade Language Arts teacher, 8th grade Music teacher, an English Language Learner Teachers, a new PE/Health Teacher.  This will allow us to alleviate some overcrowding and reduce the ratio of students to teacher for these core subjects and PE/Connections.

Beginning Quarter 2 (October 14, 2019), students will be randomly assigned to these new classes. We will consider volunteers for the 7th/8th Language Arts, 8th Music and all Health classes.

ECMS Clash of Classes Spirit Nights is this week at Chick-Fil-A. Each class will have one designated day: 6th Grade on Monday, October 14, 2019, 7th Grade on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 and 8th Grade on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Families, friends and staff can go to Chick-Fil-A ANY time during those days and ask that their sale be designated for East Cobb Middle and the grade level. Chick-Fil-A will keep track of the totals and the winning grade level will win a prize, compliments of CFA! This is a fun, friendly competition between grades with the added benefit of raising money to give back to our Foundation for ECMS.

Early Release: Parents, middle school students will be dismissed at 1:30PM on Thursday, October 10, 2019. Please be sure to discuss any changes in transportation for that day. Car-riders must be picked up by 1:30PM.  Parents, if your child typically rides the bus you will need to provide a note if you are allowing him/her to walk during early release days.  Bikers and walkers must always use the crosswalk and sidewalks.  Also, parents if your child is a car-rider use the car-rider line for pick-up.  Parking and waiting in the surrounding neighborhoods is not permitted, violators risk being ticketed.

Q1 Report Cards will be available in ParentVue during Conference Week (October 14th – October 18th). School will be dismissed for Conference Week/Report Card Distribution/Early Release daily at 1:30PM. An envelope with other pertinent information will be available for discussion along with your child’s academic progress at the time of conferences. Parents you should have received requests from your child’s conferencing teacher (Homeroom Teacher or Case Manager) regarding the type of conference you wish to have and determine a date and time for the conference.

The ECMS Invest with Positivity campaign has officially launched with a goal of $35,000! Money continues to support PTA programs and events, Curriculum & Field Trip Grants, school clubs and enrichment. The goal also includes funding an outdoor classroom and a set of bleachers.  Please help us meet our goal this year by contributing to the campaign. You can find information on the PTA/Foundation website and social media outlets. We have already raised over $10,000 but we need your help to reach our target.

We are on a Mission: STEAM Possible here at ECMS! Please click the link below to submit the information needed to order t-shirts to represent and support our mission.  The cost is $15 per t-shirt and are in ADULT sizes only.   Please select the grade level or “Agency” you’d like to represent.

Agent: Explorer 6th grade, Innovator 7th grade, or Architect 8th grade. Cash or check made payable to East Cobb Middle School. Place money in a school payment envelope and place it in the safe on/ before Friday, October 25, 2019. Mark the Envelope STEAM T-Shirt.
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The Book Fair opened last week! Get yourself some fun reading material and accessories.  Make a teacher’s wish come true by picking up something for them on their Book Fair Wish List.  The Fair will be held in the Learning Commons until Thursday, October 17, 2019.  Times for each day are listed on our school’s and PTSA’s Website.

Seventh grade students will be attending a field trip to the Alliance Theater on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 to see A Christmas Carol. Students must submit permission slips to their homeroom teacher by Friday, November 1, 2019. Students must pay online or put money in a payment envelope in our school’s safe by Friday, November 1, 2019. The cost is $20. There will be no refunds.

The Georgia Parent Survey is now available! Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey. The data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating for East Cobb Middle School. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Parents who do not have access to the Internet, may contact the school to set up a time to utilize Parent Resources for internet use. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted on the school’s and the PTSA’s website as well as here. Georgia Parent Survey: https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents

Additionally, last month your child brought home a Scoliosis Opt out letter. You may still submit the Scoliosis Opt out letter if you do not wish to have your child screened at school.  Parents read the letter and view the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqiyqz7TXU&t=139s regarding the process for the Scoliosis screening. If you do not wish to have your child screened by school personnel, please sign and return the Opt out letter to your child’s homeroom teacher.


Week of October 7th

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Early Release: Parents, middle school students will be dismissed at 1:30PM on Thursday, October 10, 2019. Please be sure to discuss any changes in transportation for that day. Car-riders must be picked up by 1:30PM.

Q1 Report Cards will be available in ParentVue during Conference Week (October 14th – October 18th). School will be dismissed for Conference Week/Report Card Distribution/Early Release daily at 1:30PM. An envelope with other pertinent information will be available for discussion along with your child’s academic progress at the time of conferences. Parents you should have received requests from your child’s conferencing teacher (Homeroom Teacher or Case Manager) regarding the type of conference you wish to have and determine a date and time for the conference. Parents you may select to have a face-to-face, a phone conference or you may opt to have your child’s envelope with conference material sent home. Just let us know!
No matter the means of conference selected, you will end up in possession of your child’s progress envelope and information. Please sign the envelope. Your signature indicates that you have viewed your child’s report card online and the contents of the items enclosed in the envelope. If you have not obtained your ParentVue code to view your child’s grades, progress reports, and report cards check with Student Services to get signed up.

8th Grade students will take PSAT! PSAT test administration will be Friday, October 11, 2019. It is a one-day administration and there will be no make-ups. The notification of the test was sent home to parents on Friday, September 27, 2019.

Please join us for Literacy Night on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 6PM hosted by our Language Arts and Social Studies Departments. The whole family can enjoy games and activities related to Literacy (Reading, Writing and Speaking). The Book Fair begins the evening of October 9, 2019 as well. Come and get great deals on books and literacy items on opening night! The book fair will be held in the Learning Commons. We can’t wait to see everyone!
Seventh grade students will be attending a field trip to the Alliance Theater on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 to see A Christmas Carol. Students must submit permission slips to their homeroom teacher by Friday, November 1, 2019. Students must pay online or put money in a payment envelope in our school’s safe by Friday, November 1, 2019. The cost is $20. There will be no refunds.

The Georgia Parent Survey is now available! Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone, or tablet. All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey. The data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating for East Cobb Middle School. Survey responses are anonymous, self-reported, and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Parents who do not have access to the Internet, may contact the school to set up a time to utilize Parent Resources for internet use. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted on the school’s and the PTSA’s website as well as here. Georgia Parent Survey: https://gshs.gadoe.org/parents


Week of September 30th

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8th Grade students will take PSAT! PSAT test administration will be Friday, October 11, 2019. It is a one day administration and there will be no make-ups. The notification of the test was sent home to parents on Friday, September 27, 2019.

Q1 Report Cards will be available in ParentVue during Conference Week (October 14th – October 18th). School will be dismissed for Conference Week/Report Card Distribution/Early Release daily at 1:30PM. An envelope with other pertinent information will be available for discussion along with your child’s academic progress at the time of conferences. Parents you should have received requests from your child’s conferencing teacher (Homeroom Teacher or Case Manager) regarding the type of conference you wish to have and determine a date and time for the conference. Parents you may select to have a face-to-face, a phone conference or you may opt to have your child’s envelope with conference material sent home. Just let us know!
No matter the means of conference selected, you will end up in possession of your child’s progress envelope and information. Please sign the envelope. Your signature indicates that you have viewed your child’s report card online and the contents of the items enclosed in the envelope. If you have not obtained your ParentVue code to view your child’s grades, progress reports, and report cards check with Student Services to get signed up.
Please join us for Literacy Night on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 6PM hosted by our Language Arts and Social Studies Departments. The whole family can enjoy games and activities related to Literacy (Reading, Writing and Speaking).

The Book Fair begins the evening of October 9, 2019 as well. Come and get great deals on books and literacy items on opening night! The book fair will be held in the Learning Commons. We can’t wait to see everyone!

Seventh grade students will be attending a field trip to the Alliance Theater on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 to see A Christmas Carol. Students must submit permission slips to their homeroom teacher by Friday, November 1, 2019. Students must pay online or put money in a payment envelope in our school’s safe by Friday, November 1, 2019. The cost is $20. There will be no refunds.

Front Office Deliveries & Messages…

• Please refrain from bringing cupcakes and treats for your child’s birthday to school. Cupcakes and treats will NOT be permitted. We know that the birthdays are a special day, but the middle school learning environment is not conducive to class/cafeteria celebrations.
• Parents you are welcome to take advantage of shout-outs/special messages displayed on our digital marquee in the front of the school. See the PTSA’s website to sign-up for a special shout-out/message!
• Our front office at East Cobb Middle School is very busy all of the time. In the past we have been inundated with parents dropping off lunches, sportswear/equipment, keys, and money; along with phone calls instructing the front office staff to relay messages to students about transportation and other personal reminders. Parents please be sure your student brings lunch with them or that you provide money for them to buy lunch each day. We know that emergencies arise and we will be happy to assist in those instances. Please help us and remember that if you are going to bring forgotten items such as lunch or after school items for your child to pick-up from the front office, make sure that they are aware that you will bring it and they may come by during their lunchtime or at dismissal to retrieve items. We cannot subject our front office to serve as the liaison for personal deliveries and reminders. Also as a reminder, students will not be called to the front office for early dismissal until the parent arrives to check the student out. We are committed to not disrupting their instructional time until absolutely necessary.
• Early check-out time ends at 3:45PM. If a student must be checked out prior to 3:45PM. Announcements each day begin at 4:10PM in order to dismiss car riders right at 4:15PM. There is no after school care at Middle Schools.

Your child brought home a Scoliosis Opt-out letter. You should have found it in the progress envelope. Parents, please read the letter and view the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqiyqz7TXU&t=139s regarding the process for the Scoliosis screening. If you do not wish to have your child screen by school personnel, please sign and return the Opt-out letter.

The Sign-up Genius is now available for the ECMS Food Pantry. Check out the ECMS Facebook or Twitter pages to sign-up to help stock the pantry.

If a student is in possession of a cellphone/device upon entering a classroom… Cellphones/Devices must be docked in the pocket docking station upon entering class. (STUDENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO RETURN THE DEVICE TO THEIR LOCKER, IF THEY ARE IN POSSESSION OF IT UPON ENTERING CLASS, IT MUST BE DOCKED IN THE ASSIGNED DOCKING POCKET IN THE CLASSROOM). Cellphone/Devices should not be seen or heard in the classroom, cafe, hallway or at school unless it has been deemed appropriate for instructional use ONLY by the teacher, enacting BYOD; which will be communicated prior to or at the beginning of class. If a student’s phone is not docked in a pocket, which would indicate that the student is not in possession of a phone in the classroom. Students who violate the cell phone policy will receive consequences related to insubordination.

Parents please refrain from allowing students to bring valuable items and electronic devices to school. When they do, it is at their own risk. We will not expend resources to police lost or stolen items. Please reiterate this message at home. It is in the best interest to leave expensive and valuable items at home.



Week of September 16th

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Front Office Deliveries & Messages…

  • Please refrain from bringing cupcakes and treats for your child’s birthday to school.  Cupcakes and treats will NOT be permitted.  We know that the birthdays are a special day, but the middle school learning environment is not conducive to class/cafeteria celebrations.
  • Parents you are welcome to take advantage of shout-outs/special messages displayed on our digital marquee in the front of the school.  See the PTSA’s website to sign-up for a special shout-out/message!
  • Our front office at East Cobb Middle School is very busy all of the time.  In the past we have been inundated with parents dropping off lunches, sportswear/equipment, keys, and money; along with phone calls instructing the front office staff to relay messages to students about transportation and other personal reminders.   Parents please be sure your student brings lunch with them or that you provide money for them to buy lunch each day. We know that emergencies arise and we will be happy to assist in those instances. Please help us and remember that if you are going to bring forgotten items such as lunch or after school items for your child to pick-up from the front office, make sure that they are aware that you will bring it and they may come by during their lunchtime or at dismissal to retrieve items.   We cannot subject our front office to serve as the liaison for personal deliveries and reminders.  Also as a reminder, students will not be called to the front office for early dismissal until the parent arrives to check the student out.  We are committed to not disrupting their instructional time until absolutely necessary.
  • Early check-out time ends at 3:45PM. If a student must be checked out prior to 3:45PM.  Announcements each day begin at 4:10PM in order to dismiss car riders right at 4:15PM.  There is no after school care at Middle Schools.

Q1 4 ½ Weeks progress reports were made available in ParentVue on September 6, 2019. An envelope with other pertinent information will be sent home Monday, September 9, 2019 with students. Please return the envelope with your signature indicating that you have viewed your child’s progress report online and all of the information in the envelope. If you have not obtained your ParentVue code to view your child’s grades, progress reports, and report cards check with Student Services to get signed up. Additionally, your child brought home a Scoliosis Opt out letter last week. You should have found it in the progress envelope. Parents, please read the letter and view the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqiyqz7TXU&t=139s regarding the process for the Scoliosis screening. If you do not wish to have your child screen by school personnel, please sign and return the Opt out letter by September 20, 2019.

The Sign-up Genius is now available for the ECMS Food Pantry. Check out the ECMS Facebook or Twitter pages to sign-up to help stock the pantry. We are trying to solidify donations by September 20, 2019.

Next week is Fall Break for Cobb County School District and schools will be closed September 23rd – 27th.  School will resume on September 30th!

If a student is in possession of a cellphone/device upon entering a classroom… Cellphones/Devices must be docked in the pocket docking station upon entering class. (STUDENTS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO RETURN THE DEVICE TO THEIR LOCKER, IF THEY ARE IN POSSESSION OF IT UPON ENTERING CLASS, IT MUST BE DOCKED IN THE ASSIGNED DOCKING POCKET IN THE CLASSROOM).  Cellphone/Devices should not be seen or heard in the classroom, cafe, hallway or at school unless it has been deemed appropriate for instructional use ONLY by the teacher, enacting BYOD; which will be communicated prior to or at the beginning of class.  If a student’s phone is not docked in a pocket, which would indicate that the student is not in possession of a phone in the classroom.  Students who violate the cell phone policy will receive consequences related to insubordination.

Parents please refrain from allowing students to bring valuable items and electronic devices to school.  When they do, it is at their own risk.  We will not expend resources to police lost or stolen items.  Please reiterate this message at home.  It is in the best interest to leave expensive and valuable items at home.


Week of September 9th

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Q1 4 ½ Weeks progress reports were made available in ParentVue on September 6, 2019. An envelope with other pertinent information will be sent home Monday, September 9, 2019 with students. Please return the envelope with your signature indicating that you have viewed your child’s progress report online and all of the information in the envelope. If you have not obtained your ParentVue code to view your child’s grades, progress reports, and report cards check with Student Services to get signed up. Additionally, your child brought home a Scoliosis Opt out letter today Monday, September 9, 2019, you should find it in the progress envelope. Parents, please read the letter and view the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRqiyqz7TXU&t=139s regarding the process for the Scoliosis screening. If you do not wish to have your child screen by school personnel, please sign and return the Opt out letter by September 20, 2019.

Parents—Is your child in need of tutoring in any subject area? Would you like for your child to have a mentor to help in the transition from middle to high school? Then Wheeler JOYS (Joining Older and Younger Students) is for you! JOYS will begin providing services on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 in the Learning Commons at 4:30. Those interested, please contact Mrs. Garnigan, 8th Grade Counselor, for more information.

“East Cobb Cheetahs Track Club will have a parent meeting on September 16th, 6:30 PM at Wheeler High School on the track. If you are interested in joining please bring your kids dressed and ready in shorts and t-shirts to get a taste of what practice will be like. If you have never run before, but you’re interested in learning, this is the best time to get started. For more information visit. www.eastcobbcheetahs.org”

Message from the ECMS Wildcat Café: URGENT-Free & Reduced Lunch Application must be re-submitted annually.
• If you have not yet done so, you must reapply for benefits for this school year, please reapply now.
• If a new application is not processed prior to the expiration date, September 12, 2019 you will need to send money with your student to purchase a meal.
To fill out an online application, please go to the link: https://mealapps.cobbk12.org If you have already submitted an online application, you will be notified by letter if the application was approved or denied. To request a paper application or if you have any questions please contact Michelle Smith, cafeteria manager at East Cobb Middle School.

ECMS/Chick-fil-A Spirit Night, Tuesday, September 10, 2019 from 5:30-8:00 with a dunk tank sponsored by PTSA and Partner in Education, Chick-fil-A East Lake on Roswell Road. Come and eat dinner, bring money to dunk a teacher and join the fun! A part of the proceeds will be given to support our PTSA and ultimately ECMS!

The Sign-up Genius is now available for the ECMS Food Pantry. Check out the ECMS Facebook or Twitter pages to sign-up to help stock the pantry. We are trying to solidify donations by September 20, 2019.


Week of September 2nd

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2019 EOG/Milestones Score reports were distributed on Friday, August 30, 2019 for 6th grade students. Distribution has now taken place for all grades.

Message from the ECMS Wildcat Café: URGENT-Free & Reduced Lunch Application must be re-submitted annually.
• If you have not yet done so, you must reapply for benefits for this school year, please reapply now.
• If a new application is not processed prior to the expiration date, September 12, 2019 you will need to send money with your student to purchase a meal.
To fill out an online application, please go to the link: https://mealapps.cobbk12.org  If you have already submitted an online application, you will be notified by letter if the application was approved or denied.
To request a paper application or if you have any questions please contact Michelle Smith, cafeteria manager at East Cobb Middle School.

ECMS/Chick-fil-A Spirit Night, Tuesday, September 10, 2019 from 5:30-8:00 with a dunk tank sponsored by PTSA and Partner in Education, Chick-fil-A East Lake on Roswell Road. Come and eat dinner, bring money to dunk a teacher and join the fun! A part of the proceeds will be given to support our PTSA and ultimately ECMS!