Simle Middle School Bulletin for Wednesday, October 27
Simle's Drama Department Presents: Aesop's (Oh So Slightly) Updated Fables & MORE Aesop's (Oh SoSlightly) Updated Fables by Kim Esop-Wylie on October 29-30,2021 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $6 and can be purchased online at www.onthestage.tickets/simle-middle-school or at the door
Simle Spirit Wear is Available to Order From October 20th through November 3rd, you can order from the online store and get tshirts, caps. hoodies, pants, and so much more! Go to https://simle-middle-school.myshopify.com/ to order.
Help the library purchase more books! Don’t forget to order from the Online Scholastic Book Fair. You can find the link to the site in your Homebase Google Classroom. The fair closes October 27th
Girls wrestling announcement: All girls who had signed up for the girls wrestling team should meet on October 27th at 3:30 p.m. in the cafeteria to receive a practice schedule and other information. Also, any girl who did not sign up but would like to now…it’s not too late! You can sign up at the meeting. Bring your t-shirt size because free girls wrestling t-shirts will be ordered for you!
6th grade cheer begins this Thursday after school from 5-6 pm
There will be a Science Olympiad meeting Monday after school in rm E251 til 430
Legacy High Fall Concert: On Monday, November 1st, the Legacy High School Band Department will present its annual fall concerts. This event will take place in the Legacy High School Auditorium. There will be two concerts featuring the four LHS concert ensembles and special guests the North Dakota State University Wind Symphony. The Freshmen Band, Prep Band and Concert Band will present their concert at 6:00 PM and the Wind Ensemble and NDSU Wind Symphony will perform at 8:00 PM.
No Deliveries for Students Accepted
Simle does not accept delivery of floral arrangements, balloons, gift bags, etc. for students. Floral shops have been notified of our policy and should not accept orders to be delivered for students.
We also ask that parents do not drop off outside food for their student. No restaurant or fast food deliveries for students will be accepted. Students have the choice of bringing a cold lunch from home or having the school’s lunch options.
Students that are out of the building during lunch times should eat before they return to school. Please do not bring outside food in to the school, it is not allowed in the lunchroom or classroom.
Moving? Changing your email or phone numbers?
If you change ANY phone numbers or emails please contact the office at 323-4600 oremailwith the updated information. Most of the information the school sends out is via email or phone.It is VERY important to keep your child’s contact information current.
If you change your ADDRESS, please contact Central Registration, 323-4110 or onlinehere.
7th/8th Grade Immunization Information
North Dakota requires all 7th & 8th graders to have received the meningococcal and Tdap vaccines prior to 7th grade, or if you're new to the district as an 8th grader. Vaccinations can be given any time after the student's 11th birthday.
Students who are not up to date or don’t have an exemption turned in by October 1 will be excluded from school and this will count as an unexcused absence. Contact your child’s health care provider or Burleigh County Health (355-1540) about the immunizations your child will need.
Updated immunizations or exemption forms can be dropped of at our front office, faxed to 701-323-4605, or emailed to our school nurse Kelsie Neibauer . If you've already submitted the required documents, another copy is not needed.
BPS Family Assistance Fund
The Bismarck Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) has established a BPS Family Assistance Fund. Those that wish to donate may do so through the foundation website or by mail. To donate online, go to https://www.bpsfoundation.com/donations/bps-faf/. To donate by mail, send checks to the BPS Foundation at 806 N. Washington St., Bismarck, ND 58501 and write “BPS-FAF” in the memo line. Families seeking assistance are encouraged to reach out to their counselor or social worker who will connect them to established community resources as well as submit requests for funding needs that cannot be met within existing resources. The BPSF thanks those who have already reached out to volunteer and/or provide monetary donations to help those within our community who are struggling.