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  • Draper students compete in schoolwide Geography Bee | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    place After his victory Thomas took an online qualifying test provided by the National Geographic Society His scores will determine whether he will be invited to participate in the New York state regional level bee Winners at the state level will proceed to the national bee in Washington D C where the victor will walk away with a 50 000 prize to support his or her college education It was impressive to see the work ethic and study skills of the students who were able to correctly answer these rigorous questions about geography from all around the world said Bill VanWie coordinator of the bee Congratulations to the following additional participants from Draper s bee Michael Pierce eighth grade Madeline Hart seventh grade Steven Dias seventh grade Dylan Jenks seventh grade Julia Lee sixth grade Hunter Phillips sixth grade and Joseph Raucci sixth grade About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide

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  • Draper Middle School to host award-winning author on Feb. 12 | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    works of Mr Mikaelsen whose novel Touching Spirit Bear winner of the 2002 American Library Association Best Fiction for Young Adults is part of the curriculum for all seventh grade students Many other Draper students purchased his books in advance of the visit to familiarize themselves with his novels Throughout the day Mr Mikaelsen will be involved in an array of events including presentations for students and staff members lunch with student contest winners interviews with school newspaper journalists conversations with high school and middle school English learners and ESL teachers a writing workshop and book signings We are so excited about this visit and our students are too Principal Debra Male said About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals Pool Schedules Teams Board of Education Meeting Minutes Meeting Schedules Agendas Members Community Alumni Continuing Education Pool

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  • Gov. Cuomo outlines school aid proposal and education agenda for 2016-17 | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    last week Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan told colleagues that the Senate will not approve a state budget that does not fully eliminate the GEA budget mechanism introduced for the 2009 10 school year The decree from the former Senate Education Committee chairman is tone setting for a 2016 legislative session during which education again will be one of the most prominent issues on the docket We will not have a budget if the GEA is not eliminated Flanagan said in his opening remarks on the Senate floor The NYS Board of Regents echoed that sentiment last December calling for an additional 434 million to end the GEA in one year The Regents recommended an overall 2 4 billion total school aid increase for 2016 17 alone The 2 4 billion included a 1 3 billion increase in Foundation Aid next year and the 434 million to end the GEA in one year a priority for other statewide education groups as well The Executive Budget Proposal formally opens the budget negotiations between the governor and the New York State Legislature In the coming months the Assembly and the Senate will also release budget proposals Legislators have until April 1 to adopt an on time state budget Education agenda expands in proposal In addition to the school aid proposals above the governor s executive budget also included several other items related to education Community schools The proposal provides 100 million to implement community school initiatives such as health services and summer learning opportunities in districts with schools identified by the state as failing or persistently failing as well as in some targeted high need districts Universal Prekindergarten The proposal continues the state s universal prekindergarten initiative by including 22 million for expanded access for 3 year olds As of this school year 460 of the state s 674 school districts offer prekindergarten slots to 120 582 children Charter schools The proposal includes an additional 27 million in support for charter schools STAR The proposal would cap annual STAR growth at zero percent Enhanced STAR income verification would become mandatory eliminating the need for seniors to re apply for their benefit annually according to the New York State Division of Budget For new homeowners the property tax exemption benefit of the School Tax Relief STAR program would change to a refundable personal income tax credit Parental Choice in Education Act The proposal creates a 150 million program to provide tax credits for the following donations to scholarships for low and middle income students to attend non public schools or public schools outside of their home districts donations to public school educational improvement programs such as prekindergarten and afterschool activities eligible tuition expenses and teacher expenses up to 200 for the purchase of classroom supplies and materials Non public school support The proposal includes a 174 million or 4 percent increase in state aid for non public schools Early College High School The proposal includes a 4 million investment to expand early college

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/gov-cuomo-outlines-school-aid-proposal-and-education-agenda-for-2016-17/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Middle School Morning Announcements | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    winter coats hats mittens and gloves Tuesday 12 8 we will be volunteering again at the City Mission sorting center from 2 15 4 Permission slips in guidance office and are due back by 12 6 transportation is provided Come help make a difference in people s lives BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAY 12 4 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade Clubs Sports About Us Academics Athletics Board of Education Community Student Services Featured Budget Finance Breakfast Lunch Menus Calendar Contact News Staff Resources About Us Budget Finance Calendar Contact Directions Employment Forms News Notifications Policies Publications Registration Staff Resources Academics APPR Common Core Learning Standards Continuing Education Enrichment Extracurricular Offerings Grant Programs High School Course of Study Guide Report Cards Special Education Teacher Staff Pages Testing Athletics Hall of Fame FAQs Physicals Pool Schedules Teams Board of Education Meeting Minutes Meeting Schedules Agendas Members Community Alumni Continuing Education Pool School Booster Groups Mohonasen Foundation for Excellence Student Services Draper Middle School Guidance Food Services Health Services High School Counseling Career Center Safety Security Social Work Transportation This page is maintained by The Mohonasen Communications Office according to Mohonasen Central School District Web publishing regulations This

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  • Daily Schedule | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    8 9 are 80 minute instructional periods Periods 3 4 alternate an advisory period AC days with a class BD days with lunch scheduled for period 5 For Grade 7 Periods 1 2 3 4 and 8 9 are 80 minute instructional periods Periods 5 and 7 alternate an advisory period BD days with a class AC days with lunch scheduled for period 6 For Grade 8 Periods 1 2 3 4 and 6 7 8 are 80 minute instructional periods Periods 5 and 9 alternate an advisory period AC days with a class BD days with lunch scheduled for period 6 7 Advisory period takes place during periods 3 4 AC days for grade six and periods 5 7 BD days for grade seven and periods 5 and 9 AC days for grade eight Advisory is a time for students to get extra help from teachers start homework assignments make up past due work and or do some free reading This is also the time when our band choir orchestra and AIS Labs are offered Period 10 is held after the regular school day Tuesday through Friday from 2 10 2 50 p m Busing is provided at 3 p m and 4 p m on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday only This is a designated time for Additional academic help when needed with teachers Scheduled meetings of school clubs and other extracurricular activities Homework particularly for student athletes Detention if assigned and Parent teacher conferences Be on time to class There are only four minutes between the end of one class and the start of another In many cases you will not have time to stop at your locker so plan accordingly If you get detained by a teacher ask for a pass Otherwise if you re not in

    Original URL path: http://www.mohonasen.org/draper-middle-school/daily-schedule/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Middle School Honor Roll | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    Nathan Gatchell Lily Getty Justin Hamblet Alyssa Harris Tianna Hodge Cyle M Hopkins Kayla Huba Julianna Janke Luke Jensen Sam Jordan Timothy Lauzon Peter LedDuke Dennis J Lester Jenna Lott Breanna Lynn Lupe Christian Matthew Mach Emily Machia Sarah Elizabeth Mannato Eric Marsh Joseph Dylan Clifton Mastromarchi Joshua Mazzo Mackenzie Mc Murray Craig McCrum Michaela Memoli David Meyers Ruth Millett Thomas Navarro Vega Bryan Newman Ryan O Clair Isabella Pena Sosa Maria Pena Grisbel Perretta Ashley Phillips Emma Phillips Spencer Pierce Michael Potts Emily Raucci Olivia Reihs Kyle Relyea Victoria Roman Gavin Ross Joshua Raymond Rybitski Sara Sacchetti Sophia Shelmerdine Devin Skoda Alexandra Sloan Madeleine Maeve Snyder Hannah Stewart Jenna Tariq Saad Walter Eric Woodard Charles Zhao Xin Yi 1st Quarter Honor Roll Grade 6 Adriance Alyssa Barnes Tyler Brown Sophia Calandra Gabriel Cimino Mackenzie Collins Gregory Colon Kylie Mae Condon Lora Cook Zander Cooper Justin Dominick Cruz Kayla Elishia Curcio Evan Mark Scott D Avignon Sidney Jean D Elisiis Mattia DiSorbo Mackenzie Colleen Dodge Borst Lexi Mercedes Dones Gabriel Dykeman Paul Lawrence Yoo Edwards Brandon Toretto Eggleston Nathaniel Ewiss Nora Mohamed Ferreira Shea Fiozzo Gregory Friello Michael Gadoury Arriannah Nevaeh Lynda Gannon Lucas Gershon Isaiah Lee Gonzalez Vayda Kristine Grimmer Morgan Horn Ezra Jackson Elijah Dwayne Jensen Jack Jones Daniel Kadar Emily Kelly Michael Key Jada LaRoe Liam Lee Julia Letson Jodie Marx Alyssa Marie Mazariego Angel Gabriel McMurphy Elizabeth McNeill Alonzo Napoli Anthony Nelson Benjamin Olsmit Harold David Paige Justice Park Justin Pavone Alexa Marie Perez Tucker Zionna Pierce Thomas Pitt Mackenzie Plumadore Amanda Provost Kaelynn Redmond Phoebe Reifenberger Sara Starr Rodriguez Leo George Routt William Allan Ryan Zhakary Arthur Schweizer Dominic Shiwsankar Naresh Smith Ashley Smith Chyla Ann Snyder Alyssa Matia Snyder Michael Starr Gavyn Supaul Bonnieta Swan Mattison Toukatly Sara Ann Ullman Katherine Valcourt Shawn Paul Verra Jacob Volk Julianna Nikole Wright Kameron Thomas Yetto Matthew Youker Justin Michael Grade 7 Barbalace Gina Marie Barker Athina Melissa Beblowski Amanda Marie Bisner Boulay Shea M Bova Arnold Boyle Caoilfhionn Z Briscoe Javontte Cartier Dakota Rayne Cartier Piper Ann Cemerys Klementyna Cordy Mya Jalina Daunais Allison Dearbeck Alyssa Deguire Hailey Deguire Jacob Delorenzo Elizabeth DeMassio Diana Dennis Paul Denofio Rayna Dias Steven DiSanto Antonio Don Vito Emmalynn Duell Emma Esposito Joshua Finn Caitlin Gannon Alexander Gervais Kayleigh Gonzalez Angeleah Llanil Hackett Theodore Hart Madeline Hiscock Lauren Hotaling Allison Isles Sean Jenks Dylan Keough Cometti David Landells Treyvon Thomas Laudano Chloe Cynthia Louise Lemus Asencio Neftali Antonio Little Nina Renee Lopez Deanna Lowe Braeden Lyman Noel Madden Alexa Maitino Julie Margison Kyle Monroe Gabriella Elisabeth Mary Montgomery Raiven Mootoo Jeson Mostoller Nathan Mucci Anthony Nicholson Abigail O Flaherty Rylee Grace Pappas Anastacia Precious Pelts Emily Pfister Anthony Poodiack Hannah Rafferty Declan Reinke Tyler Relyea Noelle Renkawitz Taylor Rizzo Giovanna Salmon Jack Servidone Curtis Isabella Maria Shaul Cristina Simmons Mackenzie Singh Hobbs Karishma Smith Gwyneth Spaulding Rylee Elizabeth Spinelli Raychel Maryann Tebano Domenic Tompkins Samantha Tooley Jayden Vanderwarker Isabella L Villalovos Izaak Anthony Willis Jesus Rahi Raeem Grade 8 Anderson

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  • Principal’s Corner | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    356 8350 Posted Oct 6 2014 The month of October is a time for academics to kick into high gear The review from the first few weeks is over students are well into the new year s curricula Please note that your student works hard at school and the day begins early Students need a good night s sleep and breakfast to fuel them for the hours until lunch time If your student isn t an early riser and needs to eat breakfast at school our cafeteria is open until 9 00 am We encourage students to eat breakfast before homeroom We have various ways of providing extra academic support for students Advisory every other day Period 10s after school on Tuesdays Fridays with their teachers Transportation is provided Tuesday Thursday Morning support beginning the week of October 20 Mondays and Thursdays Students obtain a pass from their guidance counselor to get off their bus as soon as it arrives on campus at 7 10 Teachers are available in the library until 7 40 am at which time students are sent to their first block class Students are also able to access the computers at this time Wednesday and Thursday extended work sessions until 4 00 pm Teachers are available for academic support and transportation is provided upon dismissal Again you may reach out to your student s guidance counselor with questions Note 5 week progress reports are available on Parent Portal October 10 If you do not have access to Parent Portal or do not have a computer please call Mrs Smith in the guidance office at 356 8371 and she will put your name on a mailing list Other events in October Week of October 6 10 Spirit Week at Draper to coincide with Mohonasen Homecoming Each day of the week there will be a theme to dress to Example Twin Day Dress like a friend On Thursday October 9th We have an assembly Ken Johnson former Cinncinati Bengals NFL player addressing the students about his life journey and academic excellence Pep Rally in the gym 2 15 2 50 All fall teams will be announced Teen Town 3 15 5 30 pm Please note the early time Students will be able to purchase a pizza dinner and then attend the modified football game if they so choose Football Game 6 00 7 30 pm Mohonasen Football field under the lights We encourage your student to attend all of these festivities on Thursday October 9th As always if you have questions please call Draper Middle School at 356 8350 Posted Sept 16 2014 Welcome back to school parents On Wednesday and Thursday September 17 18 Draper Middle School faculty welcomes you back to school at our annual Open Houses On Wednesday the 6th grade teachers will discuss course syllabus student expectations homework and projects field trips etc beginning at 7 pm in the Draper cafeteria Parents will also have the opportunity to meet their child s teachers and

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  • Success Indicators | Mohonasen Central School District, Rotterdam, NY
    He she must work to demonstrate at least a basic understanding of the material presented in the course Do all classes have Success Indicators At Draper Middle School core area math ELA science social studies and foreign language and special area music art home careers etc have Success Indicators Students have ample opportunity to make up assignments during Advisory and afterschool What if a student receives an INCOMPLETE on his or her report card A student who receives an incomplete on his or her report card will be placed on Academic Probation Students on Academic Probation are required to stay after school for a two hour work session 2 15 4 15 p m once per week until the assignments are satisfactorily completed If work is not made up in a timely manner 5 weeks into the next marking period the previous grade or zero is factored into the student s quarterly average How does a student get taken off Academic Probation A student comes off Academic Probation by successfully completing all missing assignments What if a student fails a course If a student ultimately fails a core area class math ELA science social studies foreign language he or she will be required to retake the course during the six week summer school session For students who fail non core area classes students will have to make up the missing incomplete Success Indicators for those courses What if the Success Indicators are too hard for the student All of the Success Indicators are designed to prepare students to meet the 6th 8th grade standards set forth by New York State We are mandated by New York State to assist every student to meet these standards If the Success Indicators are too hard we provide assistance in the form of After

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