News - Faculty and Staff Corner
Friday, August 28
Counselor's Corner: Back-to-School Readiness
Mrs. Streett, SCMOQ's School Counselor, shares a great resource about preparing your child for the start of the school year.
Wednesday, February 7
Announcing Spirit Days!
We are so fortunate and grateful to have wonderful new items available in the Mustang Market. We are thrilled to see the excitement the new spiritwear is generating with our student body. For those that haven’t had a chance to check out the new items, we encourage you to visit the Mustang Market on Friday afternoons! Read more about uniforms, spiritwear, and our first Spiritwear Day!
Wednesday, December 13
Dean's Corner: December 13 2017
Over the last few weeks and months, there have been many events in the news that draw attention to issues of social justice. Events such as Peace One Day (September 21) and World Kindness Day (November 13) are evidence that many people across the world see the need for change. Through our Social Justice program, we are able to begin to help middle school students learn to make sense of these social justice issues that seem to be occurring more and more frequently. Click here to learn more about the social justice program and one particular opportunity.
Wednesday, November 1
Dean's Corner: November 1 2017
As we move towards full implementation of the G-suite in classrooms, all teachers in the building have created a Google Classroom that students may access. Google Classroom may look different for each class. Click here to learn more.
Wednesday, October 11
Dean's Corner: October 11 2017
The integration of technology, the ability to choose alternative seating, and the development of the makerspace are all ways in which we as educators are working towards a common goal. We are creating leaders that will be the problem solvers of the future. These leaders will create the "fearless ideas" of the future.
Wednesday, September 20
Dean's Corner: September 20 2017
What if we could design a school for students? What would it look like, how would our instructional methods change and how can we make that dream a reality?