Sykesville Middle School

2014-2015 School Supply List

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   Sykesville Middle School 

 7301 Springfield Avenue, Sykesville, MD  21784

(410) 751-3545

Fax:  (410) 751-3573

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December 2014/January 2015 Newsletter (click here)

 

Dates to Remember

 
 
2/5/15 8th Grade Scheduling Conference Night at CHS from 4 - 7 PM (last names A-K)
2/11/15 8th Grade Scheduling Conference Night at CHS from 4 - 7 PM (last names L-Z)
2/2 - 2/6/15 Team 3 - Math Period 2,3,4 (Mrs. Brown) at ODS
2/9 - 2/13/15 Team 2 - Math Period 2,3,4 (Mrs. Edwards) at ODS
2/17 - 2/20/15 Team 1 at ODS
2/23 - 2/27/15 Team 2 - Math Period 1 (Mrs. Edwards) and Team 3 - Math Period 1 (Mrs. Brown) at ODS
   

 
Way to go Scorpions! 

   

On Friday, January 23, 2015, the FBI presented Sykesville Middle School with the above certificate for its outstanding achievement in the FBI’s Safe Online Surfing (SOS) program.   Sykesville received the top score for November 2014 compared to other schools in the nation.
 
Sykesville Middle School counselor Sherry Brown and her McDaniel College intern, Kate Castle, taught a cyber-safety lesson to 7th grade students featuring the program from the FBI website. The Safe Online Surfing (SOS) program is designed to help schools teach cyber safety. The free program, developed with help from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, is grade-specific and offers six “islands” with different games geared towards various aspects of cyber security.
 
Topics are age-appropriate, meet state and federal internet safety mandates, and include topics such as cyberbullying, netiquette, social media and gaming. Students also view short videos developed around cyber security themes and discuss what they have learned and how they can apply these lessons to their experiences online. There is an exam for each grade level and top-scoring schools are recognized by the FBI through inclusion on the site’s leaderboard.

 

 

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Did you know that Sykesville Middle has a food pantry?

The Sykesville Middle Food Pantry is open to the community two Wednesday afternoons each month from 3:15 to 4:15 pm during the school year.  Coming up in December it is open on the 17th and in January on the 14th and 28th.  Please contact the office for the complete calendar.  If you know of an individual or family in need of this vital resource, please spread the word.
  
Our food pantry also accepts donations from the community throughout the school year.  With the holidays upon us, supplied are running low.  Donations are much appreciated, and they can be dropped off in the main office during regular school hours. 
 
 
 
  
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 On Friday, January 23, 2015, the FBI presented Sykesville Middle School with the above certificate for its outstanding achievement in the FBI’s Safe Online Surfing (SOS) program.   Sykesville received the top score for November 2014 compared to other schools in the nation.

Sykesville Middle School counselor Sherry Brown and her McDaniel College intern, Kate Castle, taught a cyber-safety lesson to 7th grade students featuring the program from the FBI website. The Safe Online Surfing (SOS) program is designed to help schools teach cyber safety. The free program, developed with help from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, is grade-specific and offers six “islands” with different games geared towards various aspects of cyber security.
 
Topics are age-appropriate, meet state and federal internet safety mandates, and include topics such as cyberbullying, netiquette, social media and gaming. Students also view short videos developed around cyber security themes and discuss what they have learned and how they can apply these lessons to their experiences online. There is an exam for each grade level and top-scoring schools are recognized by the FBI through inclusion on the site’s leaderboard.