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Cheri Harwood

Janell-

Thank you so much for educating us so extensively in Type-1 Diabetes! As a faculty, we are much more confident in providing our students with the necessary care they require.

Thank you!

Michael Griffeth, PreUpper Instructor

  • Parents
Cheri Harwood

Meet Emily Koehl (sounds like Kale). She is our new Director of Marketing and Communications that joined us in August, just after the start of the school year with lots of marketing/communications experience under her belt. Her favorite thing about MSA is the feel of the Community. Currently she is reading a book titled, Educated: A Memior by Tara Westover. She enjoys Mexican food tremendously (with an exclamation point even) and likes to sample new restaurants. She has a dog whose name is Nick; he is a Pitbull that is a big baby. She enjoys gardening and exploring with her dog. You don't meet many, but Emily is truly a Georgia Peach, born and raised in Atlanta!

Welcome to Mill Springs and thank you for what you do.

  • Parents
Cheri Harwood

Mill Springs Academy has amended its Internet Safety and Acceptable Use Policy (this replaces the Technology Policies that we have had). This policy will go into effect immediately and will be the policy that MSA uses moving forward.

In the coming days, MSA teachers are reviewing the policy with our students in an age-appropriate manner. We are asking that parents and/or guardians also review the policy with their child, and both (parent/guardian and student) sign the form electronically. We will be holding a meeting on Tuesday, March 3, from 3:30 - 4:00pm in the Middle School Community Room for any parents that might have questions about the updated policy.

Please review and sign the online Internet Safety & Acceptable Use Policy Form by Friday, March 6, 2020.

  • Parents
Parent Volunteer Association

Featuring: Toy Story 4 and The Varsity

Saturday, March 7

6:15 pm-Doors Open

7:00pm - Movie Starts

The event, food, and water are free, but RSVP is required. Watch your email for an Evite to RSVP with the number attending. Parents must be present.

Open to all MSA parents, students, and staff. Bring a blanket and/or chairs for the lawn. In the event of rain, we will be in the gym. See you there!

  • Parents
  • PVA
Ginny Berkemeier, Communication Arts Instructor

The month of February has been a wet rainy month and when we finally had the “one day” of sun, Ginny’s Geometry students hand-crafted their personal inclinometer out of drinking straws, tape, and paper to practice real world application of elevation and depression measurements to figure out the real height of an object. Tenth graders, Elliott Dougherty, Aaron Breitkopf and Colby Johnson had to work together as a team to figure out the best way to measure the base and angle using measuring tape and their handmade inclinometer. Students had measure the distance and angle of elevation or depression since this was depended on the structure of the item that students choose to measure. The trio had to work on communicating with one another as well as to work as a team since there were many parts to the mini lab project that they had to figure out. It was a simple hands on mini math lab for students to put math theorems into real life experience. Elliott Dougherty’s measurements had the least standard error +/- 0.5% and she claims, “My pink inclinometer is the most accurate”. While an enthused Colby Johnson asked, “May I bring this home so that I can measure things around my neighborhood?”

  • CommArts
Michael Adams, PreUpper Instructor

Last week in PreAlgebra, students completed the Scale-Up project.  In this project, the students chose a character from their favorite TV show, comic or other story to “scale-up” and find the scale factor.  Once the character was selected, the student projected the image onto a poster and copied an enlarged version of the character.  From there, the students measured similar locations in each of the 2 different versions (the small and large version) of the character.  Then, the students calculated the scale factor.  Pictured is Devin Coetzee with his Cuphead character scale-up.  Scale factor of 2.25.  Math!

  • PreUpper
Sheila FitzGerald, Director of Enrollment
Mill Springs Welcomes You

 

Wednesday, March 11

9:00 - 11:00am

Many of you have attended an Open House on campus and you know it is a great opportunity for someone to get a good feel for what Mill Springs is all about. But if you haven't attended an Open House, it provides prospective families with an overview of the school, at least one parent and one student perspective, a tour of the school, an opportunity to speak with the principal, and a chance to meet our Head of School. If you know someone that might benefit from attending MSA, PLEASE invite them to an Open House or better yet bring them! Word of mouth is by far the biggest way families find their way to Mill Springs. We know that you sometimes have the chance to be "Mill Springs on the Street" and we truly thank you for sharing MSA!

www.millsprings.org/OpenHouse

  • Alumni
  • Parents
Michael Smith, Upper School Instructor

One of our projects in Upper School personal finance class is for students to educate their peers on different ways to save time and/ or money. They can come up with any creative way to explain how they are saving us time and money. Most students choose the show and tell method of presenting, but power point and other methods are also used.

In the past, students have made blankets and pillows, taught us how to extreme coupon, sew, perform general maintenance on your car, and how to fish. One of my favorites was how to make your own bath bombs for relaxing in the tub. You could also sell them to make some money!

This year Camille Michael made a jewelry organizer from supplies she was able to get at a craft store. It was brilliantly made with a picture frame, chicken wire, and hooks for hanging bracelets and necklaces. Camille explained to us how inexpensively she purchased her supplies and how she could resell the jewelry rack for four times (or more) the cost. It didn’t take very long for her to put it together either. This is a great way to make money on your spare time. It is also a great way to organize jewelry!

Students really enjoy this project and they surprise me every year with new and different ways to save time and money.

Cheri Harwood

Sign up now for Summer Sports Camps at Mill Springs Academy. We are offering co-ed basketball, co-ed soccer, and girls volleyball. For more details on Sport Camps check out the website or talk to one of the coaches. This is an excellent opportunity for students to get to know some of our coaches and get in the groove before school starts in August. It also will give you an opportunity to make new friends. These camps are open to anyone, so bring your friends! Camp is always more fun with friends.

Get more info and register TODAY!

  • CommArts
  • Parents
  • PreUpper
  • Upper
Jodi Easter-Smith, Lower School Instructor

Lower School has been celebrating Dr. Seuss week. Here is a little background information about him. Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) had a love for reading and humor. He wanted others to experience the same feeling. The director of Houghton Mifflin’s education division challenged Theodor to write short stories only using 348 words. His first book only had 225 words! Green Eggs and Ham became his best-selling title. For more information you can visit https://www.seussville.com/dr-seuss/.

On Friday, the Lower School had a Seuss Fab Friday. Students played Sneeches (a game of tag), Mr. Brown can Moo animal charades, and won prizes for Seuss Book trivia. We ended the day with One Fish, Two fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Goldfish snacks while we watched the classic Cat in the Hat  movie. Miller Nama is pictured.

  • Lower
Cheri Harwood

We are coming up on our Mid-Winter Break. Mill Springs Academy will be closed from Friday, March 13 through Tuesday, March 17. Classes will resume on Wednesday, March 18.

  • Parents
Katie Aiello, Middle School Science Instructor

In my Earth and General Science classes, we celebrated Valentine’s Day with a STEM activity called, “The Candy Heart Challenge”.  In each class, the students worked with one or two partners to build the tallest candy heart structure.  Each pair or group of students were given 52 candy hearts and 8 small squares. For the challenge, they were to use these materials to build the tallest structure measured with a centimeter ruler. Other requirements for the challenge were as follows: 

  • The students were only allowed to use the materials they were given. 
  • Their structure needed to be free-standing.
  • The structure needed to stand at least 10 seconds, and
  • The students had 20 minutes to build their structure. 

Some of the results of the challenge can be seen in the pictures.  Conner Strickland and Doug Peter are in the first picture.  Cooper Ross, Trey Stormont, and Massimo Trindade are in the second picture.

  • Middle
Patrick Rose - Fine Arts Technical Director

The Fine Artist of the Week is Joseph Stanley (U12). He has found his calling in stage management. He is interning as the production stage manager for our spring musical, "Star Wars: A Musical parody!" He is helpful in all of his note taking and timely correspondence. Without him we would be lost in space. He will be missed when he graduates in May. He is a benevolent ruler and although he may seem strict, Palpatine he ain't. He continues to be a great student and a great support to the department.

  • Upper
Cheri Harwood

On Tuesday, February 18th Margaret Brito (Outreach Director) had the privilege of meeting with Dr. Natalie Solomon, Director for Research and Development and Clinical Psychologist from the Bellavista School in Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr. Solomon was attending a conference here in Atlanta. Dr. Solomon reached out expressing an interest in visiting MSA as it is very similar to the Bellavista School.

Bellavista was founded 50 years ago with the purpose of developing curriculum for learners with barriers to learning that prohibit them from participating in the mainstream education system. Bellavista serves 240 students aged 5 to 14.  They intervene to remediate differences while maintaining excellence in education and providing a multi-cultural environment that prepares children for the long-term world of work and a meaningful place in society. Dr. Solomon said, ‘It is evident that Mill Springs Academy also believes in the whole child." She was quite impressed with all of the highly trained, deeply motivated staff members who clearly see and reach the potential of every child. Dr. Solomon welcomes Mill Springs Academy to visit Bellavista!

  • Parents
Cheri Harwood
Substitutes Wanted written on a chalk board

We are looking for individuals who might be interested in being a substitute teacher on occasion. Usually, we have a little bit of advance notice, but once in a while we don't. If you think you might be an ideal candidate for filling in on a teachers (or sometimes a staff member) vacation days or sick day, just contact Cynthia Deleveaux, Upper School's assistant principal. She will be glad to help you get the process started. If you have any questions, feel free to call her at 678-893-7812.

  • Parents
The PreUpper Staff

Dear Stokes Family:

Thank you so much for the Hot-N-Ready Krispy Kreme Doughnuts!!

Oh my gosh, they were amazing - they literally melted in your mouth and they were such a wonderful, unexpected (and needed) surprise. Isa was so excited to give them to us. Sometimes all you need to get you through the day is a box of glazed doughnuts - thank you for those and for raising a daughter who knows how important sugar is to the world of education.  :)

Thanks!

The PreUpper Staff

  • Parents
Cheri Harwood

Re-enrollment is upon us! Make sure you log into FACTS Family (formerly ParentsWeb) look over the announcement for the instructions and information. Re-enrollment contracts for the 2020-2021 school year are due today, February 21. If you have questions about your enrollment contact Sheila FitzGerald, Director of Enrollment. If you have questions about the payment plan or process contact Patsy Beckwith, Business Officer. It will take you about 15 minutes to process. Here are the steps to get started:

  • Log into FACTS Family (District Code is MS-GA)
  • Click on Family
  • Click on Enrollment/Reenrollment
  • Then "Start the Enrollment Packet"

If you utilize the transportation service, make sure you register for the bus as well.

We are already excited about the upcoming school year, so many new things ahead!

  • Parents
Kris Hawksworth, Middle School Instructor

In Middle School’s History and World Geography, we have been working on our Black History Month poster projects. We wanted to celebrate the achievements by African Americans from the past and present. Each child created a poster to represent an African American of their choice and present the projects in class. Below are just a few of my students with their posters. Picture 1: Sammy Lesser, Max Young, Michael Liu, Caleb Donaldson, and Romeo Wagner. Picture 2: Drew Thacher, Gavin Applbaum, Garrett Tate, and Mason Picone. Thumbnail: Griffin Snell

  • Middle
Lesly Huffman, PVA Co-President

On February 1, the PVA hosted a social for all MSA Parents at Vino 100. The event was a fun way for parents to get to know each other while raising funds for PVA mini grants. Attendees raised more than $2,300 toward school needs. Past mini grants have funded musical instruments, Google classroom training, furniture and audio books for the library, etc. Thank you to the parents who attended this event. 

  • Parents
Kevin Findell, Middle School Instructor

The grade 6 English Language Arts classes have been working on their favorite part of ELA studies; they have been doing a grammar lesson. Okay, so it is not everyone’s idea of excitement, but it certainly is necessary and challenging. The lessons have focused on personal pronouns (subject and object) understanding to start with. We have also learned about possessive, reflexive and intensive pronouns. Our lessons consisted of teacher lead instruction with student comprehension check, student independent study through activity work, and technology based instruction through review on Study Island and Kahoot. The students in 6th grade now have a clearer understanding of pronouns and their usage. Great job grade ELA classes on this grammar unit. Pictured are 1st period ELA students Trey Stormont and Owen Brown.

  • Middle
Kaylee Simmons, Lower School Instructor

On Tuesday, Lower School went on a field trip to the Tellus Museum in Cartersville, GA. First, we went to explore the Millar Science in Motion Gallery where we saw how transportation and vehicles evolved throughout time, as well as some cool exhibits on space exploration. Students had a blast experimenting with sound, electricity, light, and magnetism in the hands-on science Discovery Garden. We also took a tour of our solar system in the planetarium and learned about interesting planets and constellations. Students visited the Fossil Gallery where they saw dinosaurs, huge marine reptiles, and giant Ice Age mammals. After they got to dig for their own fossils and pan for gems. They were even allowed to take home one fossil each and as many gems as they could find! We loved our visit to the Tellus Museum!  Pictured are Jackson Kramer (L4) mining for gems and Wyatt Cadora (L4) and Ady Rajarajen (L4) in front of the giant turtle.

  • Lower
Brad Smallwood, Upper School Instructor

During the Gilded Age of the late 1800’s in America, powerful robber barons dominated society and kept wages low. Working conditions were poor as well and workers suffered in dangerous mines and factories. Slowly, the labor movement grew out of the need to protect the common interest of workers. For those who worked in industries, organized labor unions fought for better wages, reasonable hours and safer working conditions. However, they met great resistance from industries, the government, and local police.

Students will group up and will receive a reading on one of the most famous early labor union strikes and conflicts. After completing the reading, work together to figure out the following:

  • The name of the strike or event
  • The name of the union leading the strike and the company involved
  • The date and location where it happened
  • What was the reason for the strike? What did the workers wish to receive?
  • What happened? Was there violence? Did the government intervene?
  • What was the result? Was the strike successful?

Groups will create a picket sign based on this information and present it to class!  Presentations will take place in class on Monday and Tuesday of next week! Pictured is a completed project from last year as an example, and then you can see Emily Suarez (hiding), Alex Rich, and Ashley Dugger (in front).

  • Upper
Samantha King, PreUpper Instructor

In 7th Grade Language Arts we are turning our attention to the one and only William Shakespeare! Students are learning about iambic pentameter (super fun) and the importance of punctuation and grammar in a Shakespearean Soliloquy. What makes studying Shakespeare so important for all ages is how diverse and dynamic his writing is, Shakespeare’s plays can be set in traditional 16th Century England or even in a galaxy far, far away. The students are loving reading scenes from, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, because it is vital to remember that Shakespeare’s plays are meant to be not just read, but performed. Pictured are Zoe Caines, Holly Stormont (standing), and Sydney Johnson as they read lines of Shakespeare to Shakespeare.

  • PreUpper
Brenda Smith, Visual Arts Instructor

This week Fine Arts would like to shine a spotlight on senior, Ethan Turnquist.

This hard-working young artist is spending as much time as he can in the art room these days preparing for his big step next year to SCAD Atlanta, where he plans to study sequential art. During his last semester at Mill Springs, he is taking two studio art classes and a graphic media design class. We love having him in the art room and have been so impressed with his growing skills, positive attitude and willingness to try new things. In this photo, he is working on a pastel self-portrait. It is a work in progress that is coming to life more each class. Be sure to come and check out the final piece at this year’s Studio Art Gallery and Reception on March 20th!  Keep up the great work Ethan! We are proud of you!

  • Fine Arts
  • Upper
Cheri Harwood

Do you, or someone you know, need Summer School? Do you want to take a hard class all by itself? Summer School is a great place to do that. If you know of a rising 9 - 12 grader (inside or outside of MSA) that needs summer school, you can find summer school information on our website to share with them. We offer most core classes and sometimes certain electives. If you have any questions about the summer school program you should contact Taniah Jones, Summer School Director.

  • Parents
  • Upper
Cheri Harwood
MSA Class of 2020

Congratulations to the following students on their college acceptances:

  • Catie Claire Coyle - Beacon College
  • Camille Michael - Birmingham-Southern College
  • Megan Suarez - Georgia State University's Perimeter College

We are very excited for you and what your future holds.

  • Alumni
  • CommArts
  • Parents
  • Upper
The Fine Arts Department

 

Jill Coco Paul & Suzanne Murphree
Felicia English Nancy Thacher
Kristy English Sherry Weaver

We just want to send out a special thank you to all of our wonderful JTF chaperones. You went above and beyond! You spent a 15-hour day with our JTF kids on the Saturday and 12-hours more on Sunday. The support you provided was awesome! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Kate McElliott, Jamie Fambrough, and Patrick Rose - Fine Arts

  • Fine Arts
Cheri Harwood

Meet Jennifer Slaker our school's administrative assistant. She is a part of the operations department and comes to us as a seasoned administrative professional. Joining us in September, she said she likes "the caring teachers and staff, and the happiness I see in the students!" That is a selling point because she is also a mom of an Upper School student. Her favorite quote is: "If you can dream it, you can do it."

Outside of school she enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is currently reading a book titled, "Genius Foods" by Max Lugavere and she enjoys eating Mexican food (wonder if there is a connection). She and her husband Cary have three kids - Charlie, Audrey, and Abby Grace. Here is a little interesting fact about Jenn - she had the opportunity to work on a political campaign for an attorney who was running for tax commissioner.

Welcome and thank you for what you do every day Jenn.

Cheri Harwood

Mill Springs Academy will be CLOSED on

Monday, February 17, 2020

in honor of President's Day.

Enjoy your long weekend.

 

  • Parents
Bryan Sellers, PreUpper Instructor

This week we began our study about viruses. Obviously, the subject of viruses have been in the news of late. Also, PreUpper has seen its share of illness in the month of February. So, it's a good time to better understand what viruses are. Students were able to learn about the physical makeup of a virus, how viruses spread from one person to another, and some of the sicknesses caused by viruses - from simple ones like the common cold to life-threatening ones like Ebola.

I find that students are really interested to learn about viruses.  They ask a lot of questions and are very curious about how something so small can have such a great impact on their lives.  Pictured are Holly Stormont, Zoe Caines, and PreUpper dog Max as they research viruses.

  • PreUpper
Sheila FitzGerald, Director of Enrollment

By now you should have received an email about re-enrollment. Make sure you look it over for the instructions and information. Re-enrollment contracts for the 2020-2021 school year are due on February 21. If you have questions about enrollment contact Sheila FitzGerald, Director of Enrollment. If you have questions about the payment plan or process contact Patsy Beckwith, Business Officer. It will take you about 15 minutes to process. Here are the steps to get there:

  • Log into FACTS Family (District Code is MS-GA)
  • Click on Family
  • Click on Enrollment/Reenrollment
  • Then "Start the Enrollment Packet"

If you utilize the transportation service, make sure you register for the bus as well.

We are already excited about the upcoming school year (OK well mostly for summer...but, yes, the upcoming school year).

  • Parents
Parent Volunteer Association

Deadline - February 28

The Box Tops for Education program is changing! The company is transitioning from clipping Box Tops to scanning receipts in the Box Tops App. If you see the New Logo on participating itemsdownload the App, establish a login and password, select Mill Springs as your school, and scan your receipt within 14 days of purchase. You will still see the Old Logo (a clip-able Box Top) on some items. Clip the entire Box Top coupon off participating products as usual. Place in a zipped plastic bag with your student's name & grade to be eligible for award drawings. Drop the bag in the collection containers in each school or at the office by Feb. 28.

  • Parents
  • PVA
Parent Volunteer Association

DEADLINE - February 28

Turn your Coca-Cola product purchases into donations to Mill Springs. Sign up at coke.com/give/schools. Select "Mill Springs Academy" and scan or enter product codes from participating Coca-Cola products. If you prefer, drop caps and codes in the collection containers in each school or office to have codes entered for you, by 2/28.

  • Parents
  • PVA
Elke Silva, Upper School History Instructor

In Elke’s world history class this semester, we enjoyed travelling through ancient Rome learning about the various emperors, and all of their impressive, impactful architecture and technology like the aqueducts, and the Colosseum. Students created impressive artifacts as part of the culminating project, as seen here. Jack Craven (top picture) created a replica of the Colosseum from foam, while Jonathan Davis (bottom) made an informative and visually appealing timeline to highlight the major achievements of some of Rome’s most memorable emperors, including Caligula who wanted to appoint his horse to the Roman senate. A number of students chose to complete their architectural replicas using the game Minecraft, utilizing great skills for detailed, historically accurate renderings.

As we transitioned to studying about the three major ancient trade routes as well as the economic growth and impact of trade throughout Persia, students discussed the various languages and religions that were introduced to the western world through cultural diffusion. Using Quizlet, Kahoot, and Quizizz, students use technology to review information in a fun, competitive way.

  • Upper
Cheri Harwood
Welcome to our Student Led Conferences

Spring Conferences for PU/CA/U begin next week. If you haven't already heard about it from your principal, you will shortly. Make sure to schedule your time because this is the perfect opportunity to find out what is going on in all of your student's classes. Notice that there are TWO conference days and your conference will fall on one of them. Here is the schedule:

  • February 21 - PreUpper/ CommArts/ Upper - No School
  • February 28 - PreUpper/ CommArts/ Upper - No School

Keep in mind that on the days your school is holding conferences your school is NOT in session. Students are expected to come with you to the conference AND be in uniform.

  • CommArts
  • PreUpper
  • Upper
Ann Hartin, RN - School Nurse

Flu cases are on the increase again and we need your help in keeping our students and staff as healthy as possible.  Please read the Flu Guide for Parents put out by the CDC.  It has a lot of helpful information.  We have had a few cases of confirmed flu and we would love to keep it “a few cases”. Thank you from all of us at MSA!

John Hanrahan, Wrestling Coach

Congrats to our two GISA State Medalists. After two hard fought days of competition Nick Clifton and Daniel Tarrant (pictured) finished last night on the medal podium. 

Daniel is now a two-time State place winner and has shown great leadership to his teammates This season. Nick reached the podium in just his first year of wrestling and will now be forever enshrined as such on our Wall of MSA State Wresting Medalist.   

  • Athletics
  • Upper
Kate McElliott, Music/Drama Instructor

Puppeteering, costume design, physical comedy skills, play writing, special effects makeup, meeting with fine arts departments from colleges around the country, and more!  These are just some of the opportunities that Mill Springs’ International Thespian Troupe Number 8170 had last week as they attended the Georgia ThesCon Festival in Columbus, Georgia February 6-8. Students Henry Wallace, Liam Couch, Lilliana Coco, Cameron Carr, and Connor Doyle attended this annual festival with MSA theater teachers. They had the opportunity to watch some of the top plays and musicals presented by high schools throughout the state, participate in a very wide variety of workshops led by theater professionals from around the country, and Lilliana Coco performed a solo song for individual adjudication (earning great scores, including an “excellent” in acting). While in Columbus, students were able to learn while also hanging out with over 5,000 other Georgia Thespians!

  • CommArts
  • Fine Arts
  • Upper
Kris Hawksworth, Middle School Instructor

In Middle School’s History and World Geography, we have been working on our Black History Month poster projects. We wanted to celebrate the achievements by African Americans from the past and present. Each child created a poster to represent an African American of their choice and present the projects in class. Below are just a few of my students with their posters. Picture 1: Sammy Lesser, Max Young, Michael Liu, Caleb Donaldson, and Romeo Wagner. Picture 2: Drew Thacher, Gavin Applbaum, Garrett Tate, and Mason Picone. Thumbnail: Griffin Snell

  • Middle
Carissa Nelson, Lower School Instructor

Ms. Carissa’s science classes have been learning all about space. Our first, second, and third graders have explored the movement of the Earth and moon. First and second graders especially enjoyed making the moon phases out of Oreos! We’ve discovered why we have day/night and seasons, and we built a “solar system” to scale in order to understand the distance between the inner and outer planets. The third grade class has also learned about the different planets and objects in the solar system. The kids have loved learning all about space, and they are very excited about next week, when we will be visiting Tellus museum and seeing the planetarium there!

Pictured: Koren Wolkow demonstrating how the earth rotates, and revolves around the sun.

  • Lower
Cheri Harwood

Did you know that there are lots of fun things going on here during the summer? All of those things are open to everyone, not just MSA students. Summer is always more fun with your friends, so bring them along!

 

You could sign up for a sport activity at our Summer Athletic Camps, our website has the schedule and registration information.

 

If you or someone you know needs to earn some high school credits, there is always Summer School. Take a look at our Summer School offerings and share them with someone. We are offering most core classes and even certain electives. These credits are always accepted at the local public schools, so anyone can attend these.

 

There will also be a Drama Camp this summer featuring Frozen, Jr. More information will be available about that opportunity soon.

 

We hope you will consider spending some of your summer with us!

Summer Athletic Camps - James Sampson

Summer School - Taniah Jones

Drama Camp - Kate McElliott

  • Parents
Parent Volunteer Association

Featuring: Toy Story 4 and The Varsity

Saturday, March 7

6:15 pm-Doors Open

7:00pm - Movie Starts

The event, food, and water are free, but RSVP is required. Watch your email for an Evite to RSVP with the number attending. Parents must be present.

Open to all MSA parents, students, and staff. Bring a blanket and/or chairs for the lawn. In the event of rain, we will be in the gym. See you there!

  • Parents
  • PVA