Officer Campfield & Officer Maze presented various law enforcement professions to Pinkston's Promise classes this week. Students were able to discuss different facets of the law enforcement world, explore how Rocky searches, and view the gear used for the SWAT team.
The PTO has been hard at work getting a surprise ready for Pinkston students. We can’t wait to share the surprises with students soon!!
Last Wacky Wednesday for 2021 at Pinkston! Can’t wait to see what next semester brings for us!
Yesterday was "Ugly Christmas Sweater" day for Wacky Wednesday at Pinkston. The kiddos in Ms. Perryman's class got their workouts in by participating in a few winter brain breaks.
We are in the Christmas season, the time to make our gift list. What better gift to give than a yearbook; the gift that lasts forever. https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1013786/PINKSTON-MIDDLE-SCHOOL/2022-Yearbook/2021072304171135794/CATALOG_SHOP
Pinkston Robotics rocked it at the Springdale competition on Saturday! They had a top robot score of 260 and came in 6th place out of 27 teams in the robot games. Mrs. Davis won the mentor award and the team won one of the top three awards: the Innovative Solution Award. This award is for their project idea to create a secure place for deliveries to prevent theft. They will be advancing to the State competition in January! Way to go, Pinkston Robotics!
Everyone is invited to the upcoming MHPS Band Concerts! HS Band Concert : 2:30 p.m. Sunday 12/12 at The Sheid MS & JH Bands Concert: Monday 12/13 at Dunbar Auditorium. 7th grade at 6:30 and 8th/9th at 7:30. Admission is free. We hope you can attend! Merry Christmas
Just a few reminders and announcements
Please join us in a late but great congratulations to our November Students of the Month!
Remember there is no on-site school Monday & Tuesday. Students should complete their digital learning lessons on Canvas. Enjoy your time & see you back Monday, November 29th!
On Thursday, 11/18, the "New Hope" student organization at ASUMH organized by instructor Shelia Priest, purchased 25 Thanksgiving turkeys and sides to complete the holiday meal. They shopped for and donated these Thanksgiving food baskets for Pinkston counselors to distribute to families who could benefit from receiving them. Pictured from L to R are Pinkston counselor, Teresa Eastin, ASUMH students, and ASUMH Instructor, Shelia Priest. We are thankful for this annual partnership with ASUMH students and faculty in order to bless some of our Pinkston families.
All Pinkston students are invited to sign up for the library’s first annual Cardboard Gingerbread House Competition! Sign up sheets can be found outside the library. There will be some great prizes awarded!!
Sixth & seventh grade quiz bowl sign ups started Monday! 🚨 Sign ups are posted outside the library & outside Mr. Morrison’s classroom.
Mrs. Lewis' social studies classes created and sent cards to veterans in honor of Veteran's Day. Today, they delivered posters and letters to our teachers who served.
American Graffiti Day was a fantastic event to conclude the reading of The Outsiders!
Sixth graders had a great time celebrating the Legends of Pinkston last week!
No school on Monday, November 1. See you Tuesday!
October 28, 2021 COVID-19 Report Hackler Intermediate School: 1 positive student. 1 probable close contact. Pinkston Middle School: 1 positive student. 2 family probable close contacts. Mountain Home Junior High School: 1 positive student.
Happy #NationalPrincipalsAppreciationMonth to the best in the business!