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Kennywood School Picnic Tickets are sold online this year. Please

log on to www.kennywood.com/midland to buy them. You may buy tickets online

through Tuesday, May 29, 2018 to receive the school discount of $26.00 per ticket. Please note

you will need to print your ticket after you buy it online. Bus passes for the trip are free and can

be picked up in the school office Friday, May 25, 2018 until 3:00 pm and Tuesday, May 29, 2018 until 4:30 pm.

Only students in grades 7 & 8 can ride the bus without an adult chaperone. The bus will leave the

Midland Elementary-Middle School at 10:00 am and will depart Kennywood at 8:00 pm. High school students

will not be permitted to miss school to ride the bus.

2017-2018 Calendar Changes

Also, Wednesday, May 30, 2018 is the Kennywood Picnic and will be an early dismissal day for students.

Kennywood Picnic Day is Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - the bus departs Midland at 10 am and departs the park to

return to Midland at 8:00 pm. You must have a ticket to ride the bus to Kennywood and a ticket to return on the

bus. Kennywood tickets are $26.00 and can be purchased online now at www.kennywood.com/midland or in the

office of the Midland Elementary-Middle School on Friday, May 25, & Tuesday, May 29 from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm.

All sales are final and cash only. Bus passes are free of charge and all students must have an adult chaperone

(18 or older) accompany them on the bus unless they are in 7th or 8th grade. No exceptions.

Congratulations to Mrs. Joy Tanner, Middle School English & Language Arts

Teacher at the Midland Elementary-Middle School, on her recognition at the

2018 Golden Apple Gala hosted by The Prevention Network & CLASS Academy.

Mrs. Tanner was recognized for her excellence in education, commitment to her

students, and her leadership qualities.






    Ms. RaeAnn Kennedy was awarded the Beaver County Educational Trust StoryWalk Grant in the amount of $500.  The grant will be used in March to purchase books for students to receive at the StoryWalk event.


    Ms. Toni Marie Lawson was awarded the Beaver County Educational Trust STEAM Walk grant in the amount of $1,000.  The grant was used to purchase parts and supplies for the Squiggle Bots the students learned to build at the STEAM Walk which was held on February 28.


    Ms. Erika Kopsack was awarded a classroom project grant in the amount of $3,000 through Eco Lab.  The grant will be used to provide supplies and items to assist with implementing The Daily 5 in her classroom.


    Ms. Marissa Smith received 3 iPads with cases through the Donors Choose Program.  She will be introducing the iPads to her students using her classroom curriculum.


    The Pennsylvania Department of Education awarded the Midland Borough School District a Safe Schools Initiative Grant in the amount of $19,625.  The grants are awarded to schools in order to prevent and reduce violent incidents through programs and security equipment.








    MAY/JUNE 2018


    May 22 7th/8th Grade Kalahari Fieldtrip

    May 22 Elementary Grades AR Fieldtrip

    May 23 7th/8th Grade Kalahari Fieldtrip

    May 24 7th/8th Grade Kalahari Fieldtrip

    May 24 4th Grade Fieldtrip

    May 28 No School - Memorial Day Holiday

    May 29 2nd/3rd Grade Fieldtrip

    May 30 Early Dismissal for Students - Kennywood Picnic Day

    May 31 Elementary School Student Fun Day

    June 1 Middle School Student Fun Day

    June 1 K4 Graduation Ceremony

    June 4 Awards Ceremony

    June 6 Early Dismissal 8th Grade Graduation - Ceremony 1:30 pm Black Box Theatre Lincoln Park Center

    June 7 Early Dismissal Last Day of School





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