Address: 900 E. Fourth St.
Marshfield, WI 54449
Upcoming Events & Important Dates
- May 24: Spring Choir Concert at 7:30pm - MHS Auditorium
- May 30: NO SCHOOL, Memorial Day
- June 3: Last Day of School (Full day of school for students)
MMS Summer School Offerings 2022
MMS Summer School 2022 runs June 13 – August 19. Some of the courses offered run only a portion of Summer School. Please review the MMS Summer School 2022 Offerings catalog HERE for the course dates and times. Summer School schedules can be accessed through Skyward Family Access and/or Skyward Student Access under the Schedule tab on the left side. If any changes need to be made to the Summer School schedule, please call (715) 387-1249 ext. 3601.
Meet the Marshfield Middle School Staff
MMS Updates and General Information
Dear MMS Families,
Below are a couple of important reminders for the 2021/2022 school year.
1.) Morning drop-off procedures: If your student is not a bus rider, please try to drop your student off at MMS around 7:30am or slightly later each day at the Door 2 Palmetto Street main entrance. We will have students wait outside until 7:37am each day, at which time the doors will open, and students will enter the building and go to their lockers. First hour starts at 7:45am. On inclement weather days, students will be allowed to enter the cafeteria and stay there until 7:37am each day. School breakfast eaters will be allowed in the building each day starting at 7:20am and should report to the cafeteria.
2.) Please be sure to check Skyward Family Access to ensure your family contact information is correct. You can also check Fee Management in Skyward to ensure all fees are paid.
3.) School Supplies: Teachers will communicate to students school supply needs for their specific classes. Students should bring assignment notebooks, iPads, writing utensils, and a printed schedule to each class.
4.) Skyward Gradebook: Our MMS teaching staff will make every effort possible to have Skyward Family Access Gradebook updated each Tuesday by 12:00pm. Please understand this will not always be possible depending on when certain assessments are assigned and collected; however, this is our building-wide goal. The purpose of this building-wide goal is to keep parents, guardians, and students abreast of academic progress in a timely manner.
5.) Dress Code: Please review our MMS Dress Code on page 16 in the assignment notebook. Also, hats and hoods will not be allowed during the school day for this school year.
As always, please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Marshfield Middle School Principal
After-School Tutoring & More
Please click on the link below to learn more about the After-School Tutoring & More program.
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:
7th Grade Health CPR Unit 2021-2022
Bully Awareness and Kindness 2021-2022
In October 2021, Marshfield Middle School students created Bully Awareness and Kindness signs.
These signs and lots more like them are currently hanging around MMS as a reminder of this important issue.