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Mustang News & Notices

Here you’ll find all the latest news from Midland Elementary School—everything from important notifications to fun articles and upcoming event details. We will update you with announcements and news stories here, so bookmark this page and check back often!

Midland Students Proudly Present Lion King Kids

Midland School The Lion King Kids. January 25-26, 2019A group of 50 students presented the musical Lion King Kids and delighted the entire Midland School community. Under the guidance of their director Kathy O’Neil and her assistants, Jennifer Jennings and Robert Marion, this hard-working group of students spent countless hours in rehearsals and practicing their lines, songs, and choreography. The students wore costumes, became the characters involved in the story, and brought this amazing story to life. Soloists and ensemble performers wowed audiences with an amazing performance that not only lit up the stage but also forged strong bonds within the Midland community. Students are already excited for next year’s show. Wonderful job, everyone!

Showing of Screenagers

Join us for a special showing of Screenagers. Our children are growing up in a digital age. Come learn what this really means. Join us at West Brook Middle School on Thursday, February 28, at 3:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. There is no cost for this event. For more information, check out this flyer or Screenagers movie site. All pre-k to grade twelve parents and guardians, as well as middle and high school students are invited to attend.

Tickets Lead to Kindness

Under the guidance of school counselor Andrea Stone, Midland students have embarked on a Kindness Challenge. Students participate in Kindness Bingo by tearing off tickets from posted signs and performing the act of kindness indicated on the ticket. The program has started a wave of kindness as students eagerly select tickets and aim to raise the spirits of classmates and teachers with their kindness. Let's keep the kindness spreading in our community!

What’s the Weather at Midland?

Students standing in front of a green screenLocal Meteorologist John Marshall from CBS 2 visited Midland School to promote science education and give an inside look into how the weather is studied and predicted. He treated students to an interactive demonstration of a weather station as they learned about what causes various weather conditions. A highlight of the assembly was when students got to report the weather to their classmates while testing out the green screen technology that they use during actual weather reports on television. Thank you, Mr. Marshall, for sharing with our students!