My School Name
1475 Plum Point Rd Huntingtown, MD 20639

 

Administrators

Ms. Kelley Adams - Principal
Ms. Kimberleigh Booros - Vice Principal

Ms.Dona Hook - Dean of Student

 

PARCC Testing Schedule

Math 7th Gr. – May 23rd – May 27th

 

Plum Point Middle School's 

Mini Relay for Life

June 3rd 1:00-3:00

Spirit Week

Monday- No School


Tuesday-   'Merica and Maryland Pride Day

                 (Show your USA or MD PRIDE)

Wednesday- Hat Day or Crazy Sock Day

Thursday-Throw Back Thursday

              Dress as a blast from the past

              (50's, 60's,70's, 80's etc)


Friday-  Color Day,

              Purple Passion, Class or Gator Pride Day

              (6th grade yellow, 7th green,8th black)

 

Students can purchase packages for all of the events, Spirit Week, Carnival Games and Concessions.

$20- Spirit Week, Unlimited Carnival Games, 20 tickets, 5 chances to win Grand Prize

$15- Spirit Week, 25 tickets, 3 chances to win a prize

$10- Spirit Week, 15 tickets, 2 chances to win a prize

$5- 10 tickets, 1 chance to win a prize or Spirit Week


 

 

Congratulations to Mr. Mufley for being selected the Calvert County Public Schools History Day Teacher of the Year!

Congratulations to all of those who participated at the State History Fair;

Tyler Cassidy and Edward Williams

will represent PPMS &

Calvert County Public Schools

at the National Competition in June!

 

Congratulations to the Lego Robotics team from PPMS who competed at the College of Southern Maryland.  They received the Champion's Award and the Robot Performance Award. This award is the most prestigious award that any team can win. It measures how the team members inspire and motivate others about the excitement of science and technology, solve problems, and demonstrate respect and gracious professionalism to everyone involved in the competition. This team achieves excellence and innovation in both the robot game and project.

Congratulations to Grayden Hays, Ethan Hilton, Quinton Hilton, Elise Wilcher, Max Krohnhert, Trenton Wilks, Ian Hays, Kimble Wilks, Patrick Weiskercher, Conlan Wilcher.  Click the picture below for a slideshow of the day!.

PPMS ROBOTICS

 

 

 

Check out our Media Center's Weebly page.

 

Upcoming Events


5/23     Band Concert @ HHS 7:00
            Sweet Frog Spirit Night
5/30     School Closed
5/31     Athletic Awards – 9-10:30 am- Gym

JUNE


6/2       2 Hr. Early Dismissal HS Graduations
6/3       2 Hr. Early Dismissal HS Graduations
6/6-10  Final Assessments
6/10     8th Gr. Recognition MHC- 9:30am
6/13     8th Gr Kings Dominion Trip

            Buses leave at 8:30 am
6/14     6th and 7th Grade Field Day
6/15     Last Day of School- 2 Hr. Early Dismissal

 

 

OPEN GYM

EVERY MONDAY IN MAY

3:30-4:45

Permission slips are available in the office.

$5.00 (Includes a bottle of water)

 


Click the image above for this week's

Bits n Bite's

 

 

Black History Month Competition

Congratulations to the following students for participating in the Maryland State Conference NAACP 2016 Black History Month Competition.

Olivia Annis Chloe McMurray

Angela Boley Caroline Morey

Jordan Ealley Hannah Thompson

Brianna Habbert Connor Thrasher

These students received merit certificates to honor their efforts and acknowledge their accomplishments in the competition.

Great job GATORS!

 

 

Congrats All State Chorus Finalists

After months of rehearsals, vigorous auditions, and competitive performing, the Maryland All-State Chorus finalists are in.

Congratulations to:

Sopranos

Logan Perry (second year)

Shannon Wiggins (second year)

Anna Kleist

Ashtyn Myers

Clare Prouty-Due,

 

Altos

Bailey Brittain

Quinton Bynum (second year)

Emily Ciardiello

Grayden Hays (second year)

Basses

Michael Pellock

Asadrian Hudson

Alternate

Julie Camden

Congratulations to the

2016 Tri-County Concert Band
Lexia Kortie, Trumpet
Ethan Hilton, Trumpet
Arik Olsen, Trumpet

2016 County Concert Band
Andrew Daniel Oboe
Dominic Soto Clarinet
Christopher Caldwell Clarinet
Emilee Jenkins Clarinet
Christian Shepardson Alto Sax
Anthony Eyler Tenor Sax
Lexia Kortie Trumpet
Ethan Hilton Trumpet
Patrick Weiskircher Trumpet
Tamea Cobb Trombone
Joshua Ronn Trombone
Jack Davidson Tuba
Grace Kuhn Tuba

 

 

 

 

Kristen Garrett, Linda Katz, and Kathryn Weiskircher took our

SGA and NJHS Groups to Serenity Farms this weekend to participate in the Day of Service.

The students harvested corn, potatoes and painted fences to support the community. The corn and potatoes will go to support the Food Banks in Southern Maryland. The work was hard, but our students really did a great job of “serving” our community!

 

 



From the Physical Education Department

We are having issues with our teachweb account at the moment. Parents can click the picture above for elecronic copies of the logs and reflections. As a reminder, the log and reflection is a quarterly assignment that will be updated to reflect each quarter.

The log expectations will remain the same but the reflection will have different questions for each quarter. The assignment is worth 10% of the student’s overall grade for each quarter (5% process for the log and 5% product for the reflection). The assignment and grading parameters are a countywide expectation in Physical Education.

 

Click on the Gator HQ tab on the top left side to navigate to key information throughout the year.

 

 

Bell Schedule.

Please click HERE to view.


 

 

Maryland State Report Card

Plum Point Middle School

Student Report cards were mailed on June 25, 2015.

 

Did you know?


  • The process of updating contact information for SchoolMessenger and Home Access Center (HAC) is changing? Instead of logging into both applications to make changes to email addresses and phone numbers, individuals will only have to manage their contact information in one system, HAC. Changes made in HAC will automatically update the contact information for SchoolMessenger for email, voice, and text notifications from the school and district. SchoolMessenger’s Contact Manager will no longer be used by guardians and students.

  • Beginning with the 2015-16 school year, CCPS will use a new system called InfoCenter for parents and students to select their messaging preferences for SchoolMessenger. InfoCenter will enable each guardian and student to maintain their own individual accounts.
    So what do parents and students need to do now?Each student and guardian needs to login to their HAC account and update their contact information. This will help ensure a seamless transition this summer to the new system.
  • Remember, each guardian and secondary student has his/her own account and each account should be updated. To update your contact information, please login to HAC, then click on Registration. Scroll down to Contacts and click Edit on the right. At the top, guardians may see information for their student. If your student has a valid email address or contact phone numbers, please enter them here. Underneath your student’s information, you will see your name listed under Guardian. It is critical that a valid email address and updated phone numbers are attached to your account in the Guardian section. The email address entered in HAC will serve as your username for InfoCenter.

  • The following contact information in HAC will be exported to SchoolMessenger’s InfoCenter:

    Email – defaults to receive email messages
    Home – defaults to receive phone calls only
    Cell – defaults to receive phone calls and text messages
    Cell2 – defaults to receive phone calls and text messages
    Work – will not receive any messages by default

  • Guardians/students will be able to change the default settings in InfoCenter. More information will follow.

  • As a reminder, HAC account credentials follow users throughout their child’s career with CCPS—you will use the same login and password information until your child graduates. New letters will not be provided each year. If you haven’t yet customized your HAC password, please do so by logging into your HAC account, hovering over your name in the top right corner, and selecting My Account. On this page, you can change your password and add/edit your challenge questions as needed.
    If you are unable to access your HAC account, please contact the main office of your child’s school.

 

 

PAST NEWS!

 

 

PPMS

STEM EXPO

Thank you to all who participated!

Click on the gator below to view a slideshow from the day.

 

 

Thank you to all our volunteers who have made this a very enjoyable year. 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to all of those who prmised to Spread the Word to End the Word!

 

 

 

PPMS is proud to announce FREE tutoring!


HHS National Honor Society and National Business Honor Society are working together to offer academic support for all PPMS students.

Sessions will be held on Monday and Wednesdays in the media at PPMS from 3:30-4:45. Tutoring will not occur on days when there is no school or on days when after school activities are cancelled.


Please contact Mrs. Hook for more information at 410-535-7410.

 



 

Student Service-Learning Program

 

(Please click the gator below for additional information)

What is it?

 

Calvert County Public Schools (CCPS) promotes high-quality service learning experiences for all students. Student Service-Learning is an approach to teaching that combines meaningful service to the community through curriculum-based learning. Students improve academic skills by applying what has been learned in school to the real world, and then reflect on their experience which reinforces the link between community outreach and learning.

Student Service-Learning is a Maryland State Department of Education graduation requirement. Students must complete a total of 75 hours of service to the community prior to graduation.

 

                   

As part of the Red Ribbon Week Activities, PPMS held a Button Design Contest with prizes going to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for the most creative, catchy design! Thank you to all who participated!

 

           FIRST PLACE          SECOND PLACE        THIRD PLACE

 

ALL ENTRIES!

 

 

Calvert County Public School Discrimination/Harrassment Information

 

Calvert County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, ancestry or national origin, familial status, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or genetic information or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

> Director of Student Services

> Acting Director of Human Resources 1305 Dares Beach Road 1305 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 Prince Frederick, MD 20678 410-535-1700

For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.

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Anti-sexual, Anti-racial and Anti-disability Harassment Statement Discrimination can manifest itself in behaviors such as bullying, harassment, or intimidation of individuals.

Calvert County Public Schools does not tolerate any form of harassment including, but not limited to, sexual, racial, or disability. Any individual (student, employee, or community member) who believes that he or she has been subjected to any form of harassment is encouraged to report the allegation of harassment. Students, parents and community members may report allegations of harassment to:

Ms. Kimberly Roof Director of Student Services Calvert County Public Schools 1305 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Employees may report allegations of harassment to: Dr. Vicky Karol Acting Director of Human Resources Calvert County Public Schools 1305 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 Calvert County Public Schools is committed to conducting a prompt investigation for any allegation of harassment. If harassment has occurred, the individual will be disciplined promptly. Disciplinary actions for students found to have engaged in any form of harassment may result in suspension or expulsion. Disciplinary actions for employees found to have engaged in any form of harassment may result in suspension or termination.

Calvert County Public Schools encourages all students, parents, employees, and community members to work together to prevent any form of harassment.

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