Weldon E. Howitt Middle School
Parents: please take some time to review the district Attendance Policy, Code of Conduct, and Emergency Planning Guide as well as other notices in this folder:
- (June 21, 2023)
TODAY IS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2023, AND IT IS A “B” DAY
Boys’ Swimming is home against Great Neck North @ 5:00 pm
Students who lost or broke their ID badge and/or lanyard should request a replacement by completing the "ID/Lanyard Replacement Form" in ClassLink. The first replacement is free and will be delivered to the homeroom teacher's mailbox 2-3 days after the form is submitted. In the meantime, students should ask for a green name sticker from their homeroom teacher or the front desk every day until they receive their new ID.
6th and 7th grade students not attending Morning Rec should go to either the East Cafeteria to eat breakfast or the auditorium to wait for the 7:55 am bell. 8th grade students should go to the West Cafeteria to eat or wait until homeroom begins.
Yearbooks may be pre-ordered for $60 by using the following link: https://yearbookforever.com/
Student Council’s Toy Drive for local ae888 families will continue until next Wednesday, December 13. All toys need to be new, unwrapped, and appropriate for any age group and may brought to the drop box outside the Main Office. Faculty and staff members may choose to donate gift cards instead and may bring them to Mrs. Mulligan, Mrs. Merlo or Ms. Whorlow. Please be generous and give others a reason to smile this holiday season.
The Paw Print wants to hear about how students and faculty have been showing “Howitt's Done!” If you have a friend, a teacher, or a faculty member that you want to give a shout out to for going above and beyond, click the link on Schoology to share. All shout outs will be featured in the first edition of the newspaper, which will be out soon. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdCuktm1IvEbxZCPmjWgltkqxGQDffJmgHDDIVuVN0mgHNfIw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Mrs. Tucker's Girls chorus should be in the auditorium by the end of homeroom.
Mrs. Tucker’s Chorus students are reminded to check their schedule for the time of today’s full Chorus rehearsal.
I “AM” Ready Club w/Mrs. Neary & Mrs. Cammarata will meet Monday morning in room 708.
Scenery Club for this year's production of School Of Rock is looking for artists willing to get messy and paint the sets for the play. Interest meeting for all grades will be Wednesday, Dec 13, after school in room 219 until 3:30. Stop by the meeting to pick up a permission slip and to see what they are doing and making. Any questions, email or see Ms. Byers in room 219.
The following will be held after school TODAY:
Chess & Checkers Club w/Mr. Kirby in room 316
The Creative Writing Story Club w/Ms. Muscatello & Dylan Delatorre in the Library
ENL Extra Help w/Ms. Rapinat in room 320
The Future Corp Club w/Mrs. Cammarata in room 510
Work Out with Baffo Club in the East Gym Fitness Room
Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation Slide Presentation
ID BADGES & LANYARDS
Lost or broken IDs or lanyards can be replaced by submitting the form that can be found on the student's chromebook under FD BOOKMARKS. Students will be asked to bring their payment to the Library before the replacement card is completed. (Lanyard Only: $3.00, ID card Only: $3.00, Both: $6.00)
LOST & FOUND
Water bottles, books, clothing, sweatshirts, shoes/sneakers are placed in the back of both cafeterias. Eye glasses, jewelry, pocketbooks, cell phones are in the Main Office.
PROGRAMS & CLUBS
- AFTER SCHOOL EXTRA HELP:
- MORNING REC PROGRAM: Students who arrive early at Howitt may go to the East or West Gyms from 7:20 am to 7:50 am.
- SPIRIT CLUB: With Ms. Pliszak, Ms. Higgins & Ms. Robertson in room 217. The club will be working on promoting PINK OUT DAY in October and creating Daler spirit throughout the school year.
- STUDENT COUNCIL: Students can fundraise, help families in the ae888 community, collect donations for people in need, and to other fun things.
Yearbooks may be pre-ordered for $60 by using the following link:
STUDENTS OF THE QUARTER
The Student of the Quarter award is given to students chosen by their teachers.
Students selected demonstrate excellence in leadership, participation, attendance, work ethic, and citizenship.