Address: 900 E. Fourth St. Marshfield WI 54449
Important Dates & Upcoming Events
Class of 2026 Registration for 7th to 8th Grade Video
The MMS 8th grade Registration Video is now available here when you follow this link 8th grade registration. We hope you find this informative and beneficial.
Class of 2027 6th Grade Registration Informational Video
Hygiene for the Homeless
Students and staff at Marshfield Middle School collected over 600 personal hygiene items for the “Hygiene for the Homeless” drive. These items will be donated to agencies in Marshfield that will distribute to families in need.
Last Chance to Buy Your Yearbooks!
The Marshfield Middle School Spelling Bee has concluded, and the following students will be moving on to the Scripps/CESA 5 Regional Spelling Bee:
Neel Gonugunta, Jenna Bseiso, Kai Rens, Ronith Vedre
Thank You to Our Health Care Providers
Students and staff at Marshfield Middle School created over 600 thank you notes for our medical providers in the community. THANK YOU to all of our medical staff that continue to work tirelessly during these trying times.
We have so much to be thankful for! We are thankful for our students, staff and families at Marshfield Middle School. They collected 943 pounds, over 2000 items for our local food pantry. What an amazing gesture of kindness and support for our community!
Thank You Veterans
Over 600 thank you letters will be sent to the Tomah VA Medical Center thanks to the students and staff at Marshfield Middle School!
Last week students at MMS discussed ways to stop bullying and be an Upstander, not a Bystander. They then created signs to hang around the school to stop bullying and encourage kindness.
The student material fee has been reduced from $35.00 to $18.00 for this school year. New-to-the District student material fees have been reduced from $55.00 to $28.00 this school year. In order to pay these fees, please go to our District website under Skyward Family Access (Fee Management). You can also add to your lunch account while in Fee Management.
MARSHFIELD APPLIED PERSONALIZED LEARNING EXPERIENCE (MAPLE)
MAPLE is a new, learner-centered, parent choice program offered to 7th and 8th grade students. MAPLE courses follow the regular, advanced, and support levels like our traditional core courses (Math, English, Social Studies, Science). The instructional model is designed to meet each learner where they are and continue to help them progress. Four core teachers work together with the MAPLE students using an interdisciplinary model of instruction. For more detailed information about MAPLE, please see the brochure attached to this webpage.
PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. PBIS is a proactive approach to establishing the behavioral supports and social culture that is needed for all students in a school to achieve social, emotional and academic success.
Our core values are: Respect, Responsibility, Honesty.
- Teaching positive and acceptable behaviors
- Being proactive rather than reactive
- Using data to track behaviors and meet goals
- Creating consistent expectations and language throughout the school
- Reinforcing expectations through PBIS, students take ownership of making the Marshfield Middle School a wonderful place of learning
- Top Cat - Teacher nominated weekly, 1 student from each team that demonstrates the middle school core values
- Caught In the Act - Weekly recognition for those students “caught” performing a positive act during the school day
- Postcards – Special recognition by our staff of those students who went “above and beyond” in helping Marshfield Middle School become a great place to learn
- Quarterly Rewards –Each quarter those students who work towards following our PBIS core values are invited to participate in a special reward. Some examples include: guest speakers, color run, movie day, and the Homecoming Hustle
- Perfect Attendance - Yearly Recognition for those students who did not miss one entire day of school
Check-in, Check-out Program (CICO)
- CICO is a PBIS Tier 2 intervention program for students who may need more positive adult attention and structured feedback to be successful in school. It is very important that this is a positive experience for the student to help encourage them to make good choices.
- Goals of CICO – 1) Improve student engagement, 2) Reduce office referrals, 3) Improve academic success
- Student Cohorts – Each quarter a new cohort of students is selected to participate in CICO. Please note that students can opt-out of the program.
- Student Requirements –
- Pick up Tally Sheet every morning in the lobby.
- Have each teacher fill out and initial tally sheet (each hour every day)
- At the end of the day drop off tally sheet in the Main Office and pick up a piece of candy.
- Each student who turns in their sheet every day of the week will receive some special recognition from a school administrator or PBIS Team member.
- Staff Involvement –
- Greet the student warmly when they give you their CICO rating sheet.
- Sometime during the class period circle the rating scores, initial the sheet and give back to the student. Give a positive compliment or statement to the student when returning the slip.
- At the end of the day, each CICO student will turn in their slips to the office and receive a piece of candy as incentive to turn in their slips.
- Data Collection – Tally sheets for each student will be tracked on a digital log. At the end of the quarter we will compare student data (discipline referrals, grades, attendance) from quarters 1 & 2 with quarter 3 to see if there was improvement.
PBIS STUDENT VIDEOS:
Summer SchoolFOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 7-8, FALL 2020
Summer school classes begin June 15th and conclude July 24th, 2020. Period 1 runs from 7:30-9:45, Period 2 runs from 9:50-12:05 Classes meet for 2.25 hours. The student’s grade level in the fall of 2020 applies to summer school enrollment.
- Please take a moment to look at our Course Offerings below to see courses offered, as well as dates and times. We offer a 1 & 3 week course at the high school, a 1 week, 2 week & 6 week course offered at the middle school.
- Registration begins at 6:00 am on April 20 and ends on April 30 at 11:59 pm (Instruction video is shown below.)
Log into your Skyward Student Access account. All middle schoolers did this to register for their fall classes.
- On the left side under the Arena Scheduling tab click 2020-21.
- It displays all courses available. To see what’s available for a specific period, click the down arrow under Period and click Apply Filter. It will then only show you classes for that period. NOTE: If a class is full the *Indicator column will have a F in it and you won’t be able to add the class.
- When you are ready to choose your class(es) you can do it from here or change back to select search by period and change to period 1 and click search. You will now see all of the classes offered period 1.Click Add next to the course you want and under the fit column, it will now be listed as ENR. If you chose the wrong class, click remove in the options column and choose again. Now use the drop box and change to period 2 and click search and choose your second class if you want.
- Now click the blue Submit Classes tab. You can print the courses you requested. To finish summer school course enrollment you MUST click the Submit Schedule button. Once this is done you will no longer be able to change your courses requests unless you come to the office and see Mrs. Krogman or email email@example.com.
- You should now be able to see your summer school schedule on the schedule tab.
Class rosters will not be printed out. Students will register for a course and session with corresponding classroom. Upon successful completion of your registration, you will be officially enrolled in the course and session you requested along with the classroom number. To confirm successful registration, check the “Future Schedule” tab within your Student Access Account.
2020 Course Offerings <-- Click Here (Save in OneDrive)
SS Registration Instruction Video (Save in OneDrive)