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  • FUSD DIGITAL LEARNING HUB

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  • March 29, 2020 Important Information

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  • COVID-19 INFORMATION

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  • United States Census 2020

    You Count. We Count. On behalf of Mount Elden Middle School, we want to remind everyone about the importance of taking the 2020 Census. This is the first time the census can be taken online and it is easier than ever.

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  • 1:1 Technology Initiative

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  • Anonymous Alert System Now Available

    Flagstaff USD is introducing a new communications tool called Anonymous Alerts® to allow students or parents to easily report urgent information to school officials anonymously across all of our school campuses when students return to school following the Thanksgiving Break. The system encourages students, parents and community to confidentially report bullying, cyber-bullying, and other sensitive topics to our administration.

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  • MEMS Letter Grade Notification

    The Arizona State Board of Education recently released the final letter grades for schools across the state based on AzMERIT test results from the 2018-2019 school year. Based on those rankings, Mount Elden Middle School earned a letter grade of “D.” This notification of the status for this school is being shared with you in order to provide information on next steps and what the school has done and will continue doing to improve student achievement.

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  • AFTERSCHOOL ACTIVITIES

    Afterschool activities occur from 2:30- 4:00 PM. Staff is on duty for Activity Buses which depart from MEMS between 4:30 and 4:45 pm. Please check the FUSD website transportation page for exact bus stops and times.

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  • Technology Spotlight

    Team FUSD appreciates team members who look for new and innovative ways to educate students through continuous professional development in the areas of technology. Mount Elden Middle School Teacher Jennifer Stearns is being highlighted for her use of technology in her classroom and focus on digital literacy.

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  • MEMS Award Ceremony

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