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Student working on art.
Front Of East McDowell Middle School
Students in Mrs. Brown's classroom.
Student eating ice cream.
Student playing guitar
Mrs. Alacron with students.
Students arriving at school
Students working in class.
Student showing off his favorite book
Girls basketball team
Students being greeted as they enter school.
Student looking into a microscope.
Student, teacher and SRO standing in the lobby.
Mr Finley eating lunch with students
Students playing in band class
Students working together to complete an assignment.
SRO Padgett with a student in the cafeteria.
Students playing a word game.
Mrs. Pershing teacher of the year
Guitar class
Volleyball team at a game.
Students being honored by MPD
Boys basketball game
6th-grade students in the cafeteria.
Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Croymans and Mr. Wheeler
6th-grade students working together on a project.
Mrs. H and a student.
Picture of the updated lobby.
Students working in class.
Boys basketball team
Students and teacher making a human current
Mr. Finley helping a student with her lock.
Students in the band room with Mr. Wilson.

Principal's Message

Principal Croymans and Family
 Everyone who teaches is “called” to education in some way and at some time. We all get that “calling”. Some get it early in life and others, like myself, get it when we least expect. As a young child, I was taught the importance of education. My mother loved to learn and passed her love of learning on to me. As I grew older, I realized that my passion for learning went deeper -- I also had a passion to work with children!
 
My personal belief is that all students are capable of being learners and learning information. Learning is a skill that we all possess. However, my belief is that learning may look different for every individual and it is our responsibility to identify and address the cognitive learning style of each student. A successful educator will prepare lessons that are beneficial to every student. Educators plant seeds of “cool” knowledge into their students’ lives each and every day. Some seeds need extra watering and need special attention. A successful educator can and will identify those needs and create fun and innovative ways to provide support and information to those students.
 
Principal Jennifer Croymans

News & Announcements

What's going on at EMMS- Week of October 22nd - October 26th

Monday: Pajamas!
6th Grade NC Check-In ELA during Core 1 & WIN

Tuesday: Dress Like a Superhero!
7th Grade NC Check-In ELA during Core 1 & WIN
Home Soccer vs. East Burke
Volleyball @ East Burke

Wednesday: Tacky Tourist: Hawaiian Shirt, Long Shorts, Socks, and Sandals!
8th Grade NC Check-In ELA during Core 1 & WIN
Home Football vs. Walter Johnson

Thursday: Dress in Your Favorite Decade 20's, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, etc
2:45-Pep Rally
Home Volleyball vs. WMMS
Away Soccer @ WMMS

Friday: No School
Teacher Workday

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Events

Events Photo
7th-Grade ELA NC Check-In #1 during Core 1 & WIN Time
Date: 10/23/2018
EMMS Soccer Home vs East Burke
Date: 10/23/2018
EMMS Volleyball away at East Burke
Date: 10/23/2018
8th Social Studies PLC-Examining Data
Date: 10/23/2018, 10 AM 10:47 AM
6th Grade Social Studies PLC
Date: 10/23/2018, 11:10 AM 11:51 AM

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