The fourth grade students will be going on a field trip to the Florida Museum of Natural History on Wedesday, December 3rd. Please let Mr. Carter Johnson know if you are able to drive. Please click here for a copy of the permission slip.
Spirit “Knight” at Piesano’s Monday, October 6th Support MMS and have a great meal! Dine at Piesano’s on Monday, October 6th, and a portion of the proceeds will go to MMS. More information will follow. PICTURE RETAKE DAY Friday, October 10th Picture retake day will be on Friday, 9-5. If you missed picture day, or… Read more »
Welcome! Hello parents! It’s been two weeks of school, and the students are getting into the swing of things. Patrols are learning their jobs, 4th graders are learning to adapt to upper elementary work, and teachers are getting back into the routine of early mornings and extra coffee. HOMEWORK and CLASSWORK We have a couple… Read more »
Dear Parents, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Carter Johnson and I am your child’s new social studies teacher. I graduated from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) with a B.A. in classical civilizations. This will be my first year teaching and I look forward to the challenges… Read more »
Expectations: • Bring in Folder (provided by MMS) to class each week. • Practice speeches, debate, drama performances before presenting them. • Be prepared. • Attendance is Imperative • Absences: If a student is out on the day something is due, the student is responsible for turning the assignment in on the day s/he returns… Read more »
Hello parents and students! I am Joanne McFarland. Most of you know me from last year, when I joined Millhopper in December. This year, Ms. Christina Miller has decided that I will also be teaching science for the upper elementary students, about which I am very excited! I am state certified in Florida to teach… Read more »
Dear parents of senior elementary students, I would like to welcome those whom are new and returning to our fourth and fifth grade class. I am excited about the new school year and can’t believe how quickly the summer flew by. For those of you whom are new to the class, the fourth and fifth… Read more »