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  • In this Issue

    May/June 2015

    Message Board 2 Calendar 4 Letter from Principal 4 Citizens of the Month 7 Student Council 9 Solo Ensemble 10 Schedule Pick Up 12 Third Quarter Honor Roll 15

    Horace Mann Eagle Express

    Horace Mann Middle School 3101 N. 13th Street Wausau WI 54403

    horacemann.wausauschools.org

    Main Telephone: 715-261-0725 Attendance: 715-261-0735 Guidance: 715-261-0740

    Fax: 715-261-2035

    Office Hours 7:30 am—4:00 pm

    Principal

    Dr. Julie Sprague

    Associate Principals Dr. Rob Phelps

    Josh Ernst

    Wausau School District wausauschools.org

    All 7th grade students had the wonderful opportunity to hear WWII

    veterans speak here at Horace Mann about their experiences in the

    war. We were honored to have this once in a life time presentation

    by local veterans, Walter John Chilsen, Jarl Roine, Clarence

    Marschall, Bill Hall, Norm McMhon and speaker Paula Barnes.

    Bill Hall

    Walter John Chilsen

    Clarence Marschall

    Norm McMhon

    Jarl Roine

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  • The Wausau School District does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability. Federal law prohibits discrimination in education and employment on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion, or disability. Anyone who believes that the Wausau School District has inadequately applied the principles and/or regulations of Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504 or the Americans with Disabilities Act, may file a complaint with the WSD Equity Director at the Longfellow Administration Center, 415 Seymour Street, Wausau, Wisconsin 54402-0359, or by telephone at 715-261-0500.

    IMPORTANT!

    School begins at

    7:40 am.

    Students are

    allowed in the building

    at 7:30 am and should

    be in homeroom ready to

    listen to announcements

    at 7:40 am.

    If your child will be out of school for the day or

    late, please call our attendance line at

    715.261.0735. You can leave a message 24-

    hours a day. Thank you!

    NO SCHOOL DAYS

    May 25 - Memorial Day

    Parents: An Important Reminder

    About Messages for Students

    Our goal is to preserve the learning

    environment here at Horace Mann.

    We are asking that you try to remind

    your child of any appointments or how

    they are getting home after school

    before they come to school. If it is an

    emergency, please call the Main

    Office, and we will get the message to

    your student. Otherwise, if the

    message can wait, we ask that it wait;

    including forgotten items. We want to

    limit the number of interruptions in the

    classroom so we can focus on

    learning. Thank you!

    To ensure that we have

    accurate contact

    information on file for

    every student, please

    contact Shannon

    Keough in the

    Counseling office at

    715-261-0740 with any

    contact information

    changes.

    Are you interested in ordering Horace Mann gear?

    horacmann.wausauschools.org For Parents - Order Horace

    Mann gear. Horace Mann gets a

    percentage of all sales.

    Don’t forget to save your box tops!

    They can be turned into

    the main office any time.

    The money earned

    goes right back to the students!

    Thank you for your

    help!

    Building Security All exterior doors in the building will be locked between the time times of 7:50 am and 2:50 pm Monday through Friday. A security camera has been installed in the front atrium of the building. Visitors to the building are able to communicate with office staff via the camera and intercom. Office staff will have the ability to remotely unlock the front door, temporarily, for visitors. Once inside the building, visitors will be asked to report to the main office to sign in.

    Message Board

    Horace Mann Office Summer Hours

    Starting June 18-August 12 the office hours are:

    M-Th 7:30-12 & 1-3:00 PM Closed Fridays

    Starting Aug 13-Aug. 30 the office hours are: M-F 7:30-3:30

  • Student Learning, Whatever it Takes!

    Message Board

    2015-16 School Year Meal Prices

    Breakfast Lunch Elementary: $1.35 Elementary: $2.15 Middle/High : $1.55 Middle/High: $2.50 Staff/Visitors: $1.95 Staff/Visitors: $2.70 Milk purchased by the carton: $.45

    Moving over the Summer?

    If you know that your child(ren) will not be returning to Horace

    Mann because you are moving, please contact Student

    Services at 715-261-0740. Thank you!

    2015-2016 Schedule Pick Up We have scheduled the days for students to come and pick up their 2015-2016 schedules, pay their fees and have their yearbook and ID picture taken. Make plans now to come in dur- ing any of the following times and dates:

    Wednesday, July 29, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

    Monday, August 3, 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Attention Parents/Guardians of Students who have Medication at

    Horace Mann

    At the end of the school year, all medications, prescription or over-the- counter, must be picked up by a parent or guardian. Medication cannot be sent home with students. Please pick up all medication by 3:00 pm on Monday, June 8. If your child takes medication and will be attending summer school, please contact the Health Office and we can help make those arrangements. Unless you have made special arrangements, medication not picked up will be disposed of. Thank you! Horace Mann Health Office 715-261-0749

    From the Horace Mann IMC It is hard to believe that the end of the school year is fast approaching! Important information about the end of the year and the IMC:

    1. All student materials are due on Tuesday, May 26th.

    2. Any students with overdue or lost items will be billed for them. Please help your child(ren) find their lost items and return them so they will not have to be paid for.

    3. Any damaged items that are paid for will be sent home with your child.

    4. Any lost book that has to be paid for and is found at a later date can be returned to the IMC for a refund (if it is in good repair). Students may check out IMC materials, overnight, as needed after May 246h until June 9th. Thank you in advance for all your cooperation and support in helping us receive all IMC materials by May 26th!

  • May 7 Eagle Strings Project, 7:00 pm

    May 8 5th Grade Parent Breakfast

    May 14 6th Grade Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, & Chamber Orchestra Concert, 7:00 pm

    May 20 Jazz Band & Chamber Orchestra Tour

    May 21 College Spirit Day

    May 25 NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day

    May 26 8th Grade Awards Ceremony, 7:00 pm

    May 26, 27 & 28 7th Grade to School Forest

    May 28 7th & 8th Grade Choir Concert, 7:00 pm

    May 29 8th Grade Farewell Dance, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    June 4 6th Grade Island Day

    June 5 CD to School Forest

    June 5 6th Grade to Rothschild Pool

    June 8 Team 6-2 to School Forest

    June 8 7th Grade to Lodge at Cedar Creek Water Park

    June 9 Team 6-1 to School Forest

    June 9 8th Grade to Mt. Olympus

    June 9 Student’s Last Day, 4th Quarter Ends

    Calendar of Events

    Dear Horace Mann Middle School families,

    As another school year comes to a close, I am reminded just how much we have accomplished as a

    school community: Our eighth graders are one step closer to embarking on their high school careers; our

    seventh graders are ready to assume the responsibilities that come with being upperclassmen at Horace

    Mann, and our sixth graders are now seasoned middle school students. We could not have achieved any

    of this without the support of our families, parents, and guardians.

    When our doors open again in September, we will operate within a 10-period day, and students’

    schedules will individually reflect their needs and interests. What an exciting time to be a Horace Mann

    Eagle!

    On behalf of all of us here at Horace Mann, thank you for all you do to advance our mission,

    Student Learning - Whatever It Takes!

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Julie Sprague

    Letter from the Principal

  • Horace Mann News

    Student Learning, Whatever it Takes!

  • Horace Mann News

    Oskar Zuckner, an 8th grader at

    HMMS, participated in the National

    Geographic State Level

    Geography Bee on March

    27 in Madison at the

    American Family

    Headquarters Com-

    plex. He competed against

    120 of the best young

    geography minds in the

    state of Wisconsin. Oskar

    brought home an