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Fashion Trends @ Mabry

At Mabry all students and staff members strive for the best. We work hard at what we do , and we do it in "style". School is an environment for learning, not a day at the beach! Here are a few rules and regulations to help you decide what to wear.

What NOT to wear!
* sheer or see-through garments
*profanity, or innappropritate markings or designs
*mini skirts or short shorts
*midriff shirts or tops that expose the stomach
*any clothing exposing cleavage
*halter or spaghetti strap tops
*loose fitting pants that ride low and show underwear
*chains, studded bracelets, or jewlery that is distracting or unsafe
*caps or hats
*flip flops are NOT to be worn
*sleeveless tops revealing too much of the shoulder
* pajama pants
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Here are some ideas on what you CAN wear

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What to wear for p.e. and connections

Boys
*basketball/athletic shorts
*t-shirt to change into
*tennis shoes or sneakers
*socks MUST be worn
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Girls
*cheerleading or athletic shorts
*t-shirt to change into
*tennis shoes or sneakers
*pajama pants are acceptable during winter time(for p.e.)
*socks MUST be worn

You may not wear....
*jean or jean shorts
*tank tops, spaghetti straps, or sleeveless undershirts
*shorts can't be too short
*big earings or flashy jewelry
*stomach can't show
*can't wear the same thing you wore to school to p.e.

Remember: Dress for success NOT to impress!

Have a great first year at MABRY!!

posted on: March 17, 2006

The First Day!

FIRST DAY BUTTERFLIES?
DON'T BE NERVOUS!
MABRY IS FUN!
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WHAT DO I WEAR??? GO TO "FASHION TRENDS @ MABRY" FOR ALL THE ANSWERS!
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THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IS FUN AND EASY! YOU FIND OUT WHO YOUR TEACHERS ARE AND HOW GREAT THEY ARE, TOO!
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DON'T WORRY, YOU WON'T GET LOST! MABRY ISN'T THAT BIG!
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MABRY IS COOL!

posted on: March 17, 2006

Block Parties/Dances- Pictures

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posted on: March 16, 2006

Clubs At Mabry.. Come join the fun!!

Mabry Clubs... Come join the fun!!!

Clubs at Mabry:
News Team: The WKNN newsteam is a group of students who produce and film the morning announcements every Friday morning. If you would like to join the WKNN Mabry Newsteam, talk to Mrs. Hendrix, our media specialist.
Click here for Mrs. Hendrix's blog.

Flyfishing Club: The Mabry Flyfishing club is a group that anyone can join to learn the essential techniques of flyfishing. Talk to 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Ridlehoover, to join.
Click here for Mrs. Ridlehoover's blog.

Art Club: The Mabry Art Club offers a great place for kids that love art to come and draw, sculpt, and paint, among others. Mrs. Evans is the director of the Art Club.
Click here for Mrs. Evan's blog.

Science and Environmental Club: The Environmental and Science Clubs are a "school" of students that help by managing Sweat Mountain Park. They also run Rivers Alive. Contact Mrs. Carroll if you would like to join.
Click here for Mrs. Carroll's blog.

Charger Club: The Mabry Charger Club is responsible for school spirit and special projects such as fund raisers.

Student Forum: Student Forum is a select group of kids who basically are the representatives for the student body. All members must hold an overall 3.0 grade point average to stay in the group. Mrs. Stephens runs the Mabry Student Forum.
Click here for Mrs. Stephen's blog.

Mabry Singers: The Mabry Singers are a school wide chorus that practices on advanced singing techniques. Talk to Mrs. Smith if you would like to join.
Click here for Mrs. Smith's blog.

Yearbook Staff: The Yearbook Staff help edit and produce the annual Mabry yearbook. All students in this club are in 7th and 8th grade. Mrs. McCall runs the staff.
Click here for Mrs. McCall's blog.

Math Counts: Math Counts is a hard extension of the regular math curriculum. These students play a variety of challenging games. See Mrs. Klucsarits if you would like to join.
Click here for Mrs. Klucsarits' blog.

Director's Chair: Director's chair is a club where students learn advanced film making and editing techniques. This group is led by Mr. Swanson, Mabry's Instructional Lead Teacher. http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=3021298

posted on: March 13, 2006

Dances/Block Parties

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Dances!
Dances are great opportunities to gather with your friends and even to meet new people.

Do I Have To Pay?
- Yes, only $3.00.

What Do I Wear ?
- Regular school clothes

What do I find there?
- DJ/ music
- Food
- Drink

When Do They Happen?
- 1 in the fall
- 1 in the spring

Block Parties!
Block parties are during school and are about an hour and a half long.

How Can I Go?
- Stay out of trouble.


Whom Do I Thank?
- You can thank the PTSA for all of this.


GO AND HAVE FUN!!!

posted on: March 13, 2006

Celebrations and Honor Roll


-Honor Roll
Parties every nine weeks for ALL honor roll students. Drinks and food are included. Honor roll students even receive a bumper sticker and certificate. To be on honor roll, a student must achieve more A's than B's. Yet, in order to receive the highest award known as the Principal's Honor Roll, all A's are required.

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-Block Parties
Block parties are off the hook! Every nine weeks, if you have not received a major punishment, you may participate in the squeduled block party.

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-School Dances
Every grade has its own time to bust a move at the Mabry dances. No one gets left out at these great nights. Fun music, food, and a DJ come every year to create some of the best
dances around. You definitely won't want to miss any of these!

We interviewed a student in 6th grade about the school dances she has attended, and here is what she had to say:
"School dances are really fun, like when they have all the food and all the music it makes it really cool. And plus, it's a great way to just get out of class and have a break every once in a while." - Alexis

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-Conclusion
At Mabry Middle, many rewards are given to reconize students' hard work.

posted on: March 13, 2006

Dances/Block Parties

Dances
-Dances are great for gathering with your friends and even for meeting new people.

Do I Have To Pay?
-Yes, only $3.00

What do I Wear to Dances?
- Regular school clothes

What Do You Have There?
-DJ/music
-food
-drinks

When Do You Have Them?
-1 in the fall
-1 in the spring

Block Parties
Block parties are during school and are about an hour and a half long.

How Can I Go?
- Stay out of trouble.

Who To Thank
-You can thank the PTSA for all of this.

GO AND HAVE FUN!!!!!

posted on: March 8, 2006

Mabry Lunch

MABRY LUNCH!

THE NEW CAFETERIA IS AWESOME!
LUNCH TIME FLIES BY!
TALKING WITH FRIENDS IS ALWAYS FUN!

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LUNCH EXTRAS!

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MABRY LUNCH TIME IS FUN! YOU CAN HANG OUT WITH FRIENDS. BE NICE, DON'T BULLY, AND ALWAYS EAT A HEALTHY MEAL!
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THERE IS A VENDING MACHINE NEAR THE GYM. IT IS OFF LIMITS DURING THE DAY, BUT YOU CAN BUY STUFF AFTER SCHOOL! THERE IS ALSO A COKE MACHINE AND THE SAME RULES APPLIE AS THE VENDING MACHINE!

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MABRY LUNCH IS FUN!!!

THE CAFETERIA LADIES ARE REALLY NICE!
THE TEACHERS SIT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE LUNCHROOM, SO STUDENTS GET SOME FREE TIME TO SIT WITH CLASSMATES.

posted on: March 8, 2006

Talent Show

Talent Show!!!!!!

-What is the talent show? The talent show is a fun way of being able to express yourself and show off your talents.
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All grades can enter! You can do it with a partner or a whole group.

More Talent Show Questions and Answers:

Q: What can I do in the Talent Show?
A: You can do whatever you want, it's all about sharing fun.

Q: When is the Talent Show?
A: The audition date for this year (2006) is on March 22(Wednesday), but the actual Talent Show is on April 11 (Tuesday) at 7:00 P.M

Q: How do I try out?
A:You can get the Talent Show permission forms from Mrs.Smith.

Q: Where is the Talent Show held?
A: It is held after school at the Mabry Middle School theater.

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Don't be shy! Just give it a try!

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Here are more questions and answers to the Talent Show:

Q: Who organizes it?
A: Choral Department

Q: Are there any judges?
A: Yes. There will be some teachers who are able to stay after school who will be judging with Mrs.Smith.

Q: How have the other Talent Shows been?
A: "They have all been a huge sucess," Mrs.Smith says.

Q: Is there any equipment that we need?
A: You can find that all on the permission form.

posted on: March 8, 2006

Performing Arts

Performing Arts provides many opportunities to learn about new cultures and lifestyles from interesting speakers. The speakers come once a year to teach Mabry Middle School students about how they live and also give inspiring messages.
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This is a picture of Joanna Maddox when she came to Mabry for a Performing Arts learning experience.

Usually the sixth graders go to the Atlanta Symphony.

Field Trips- In 6th and 7th grades, students attend one to two field trips a year. Orchestra goes to the Atlanta Symphony and Six Flags, while band goes to Lake Lanier.

Trips from past years Include:
- Jekyll Island
- Six flags
-Atlanta Symphony
- Orlando, Florida (Orchestra and Chorus)
- Savannah, GA

Performing Arts provides a fun and exciting way to learn about other cultures and life styles! Sixth graders are sure to have a blast!

posted on: March 8, 2006

Friendships At Mabry

"Side by side or miles apart, dear friends are always close to your heart."
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Socialization is a huge part of Mabry, but there are times to socialize and times to focus.

Times to socialize: locker breaks block parties lunch connections after school activities

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Times to focus: during class
study hall
ISS/Detention

Interview Q & A (6th graders):

Q: How often do you see your friends at school?
A: Almost every period.
Q: Were you afraid you weren't going to be able to see your friends during the day?
A: Yes, but after the first couple of days, I realized there was nothing to be worried about.
Q: Did you meet new friends when you came to Mabry?
A: Yes, I made tons of them.

Keeping friends at Mabry is easy. You just have to remember when to socialize and when to work. Mabry is a place to keep your old friends and find new ones.
So have fun and good luck!

posted on: March 8, 2006

Welcome to Open House

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Hello, and welcome to Mabry Middle School's Open House blog.

There are three main schools involved in the Open House:
1. Half of Rocky Mount Elementary
2. Davis Elementary
3. Garrison Mill Elementary

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This is a picture of your commons; this is where your lockers are.
http://mabryonline.org/staff/archives/support_staff/counselors/index.html
Have a good time at Mabry Middle School.

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posted on: March 6, 2006

Fieldtrips!

Fieldtrips at Mabry Middle School are enjoyable for kids of all ages! When children enter the exciting world of middle school, they go to all new and different places! Depending on what grade or clubs you're in, the fieldtrips may vary.

A few examples of these fieldtrips are...

1. Jeckyll Island
2. Christmas Carol
3. Orlando
4. Six Flags
5. Ski and Snowboarding
And many more new and adventurous journeys.

Here are just some of many of the pictures from Jeckyll Island.

More Jeckyll Pictures

~More information about the Chorus Orlando trip!~

* The chorus students usually go to Orlando during the spring. To go on this trip it usually costs about $450 a person. The students raise money to go on this trip by selling cheese cakes. They usually go on this trip for a little less than a week. Everyone has an amazing time going on this trip. They ride all the rides, perfrom at different places, and the children also go to a recording session! In the past years, the students have gone to MGM, Epcot, Disney World, and Universal Studios. Everyone in chorus is more than welcome to come along! *

~More information about the Jeckyll Island Fieldtrip~

* This trip costs about $180 per student depending on how many children choose to go. This trips is a great opportunity for educational purposes. The children are able to get hands on experience with different life science activities. When the kids go on The Jeckyll Trip, students will engage in different classes that will not be held in just a classroom. Instead, they will be held around the campus outside. Many parent volenteers also come along on this trip with some of the teachers. The bus ride up to Jeckyll is about 6 hours long including stopping for lunch and a rest stop. The students going on the trip will have regular school work that will interact with their activities on the island. The other students who choose not go, will have regular school work in the classroom. No student will be turned away because of financial situation. This trip is very memorable for everyone who goes! *

The fieldtrips in middle school will be adventures that you and your friends will always remember!!!

posted on: March 3, 2006

Jr. Trojan Sports

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Junior!

Jr. Trojan Sports are for any middle school student who wants to prepare him or herself for high school sports. Choose your sport below.

This link will bring you to Lassiter High School's main page. After you click on the sport you want, you may have to seach to find the Jr. Trojan Sports page.

We have a sport for you!

Lacrosse
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Football
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Basketball
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Volleyball
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Cheerleading
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Soccer
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Come join Jr. Trojan Sports!!!!

posted on: March 3, 2006

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