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2018 Eligibility Information

Student participation in all special 8th grade activities requires meeting of the academic standards as well as positive citizenship and good behavior. Please read the following information carefully with your son/daughter. This information is also noted on page 8 of the online Agenda Book. In addition, the principal will review this information with all 8th graders.

 

 

Eighth grade students will be required to meet the following criteria to be eligible for the promotion ceremony and party:

 

1.     Earn a passing grade (semester grade) in at least nine of their twelve classes during 8th grade. At least 4 of those passing grades must be earned as final grades for the second semester

 

2.     Earn no more than one (1) U in citizenship as a final grade for the 2nd semester.

 

3.     Earn no administrative U’s; referrals to the office, suspensions, or truancies may result in an administrative U.

 

4.     Administrative transfers and any involvement relating to drugs, alcohol, graffiti, violent behavior, or weapons may exclude a student from the promotion ceremony and end of the year activities.

 

8th Grade Promotion

Promotion 2016

2018 PROMOTION CEREMONY INFORMATION

 

  • DATE: Thursday, June 7, 2018
  • TIME:  9:15 AM - Students need to report to the blacktop at 8:45 AM. Please do NOT arrive on campus prior to 8:30 so that we can get school started for our 6th and 7th graders! Parents and guests should find a seat in the amphitheater. We anticipate the ceremony will last approximately 90 minutes.
  • PLACE:   Sinaloa Middle School AmphitheaterThe amphitheater area does NOT provide shade. Unfortunately, the use of umbrellas is not permitted during the ceremony in order not to block the view of other guests. We will have some canopies set up in the back of the seating area. Water will be available for purchase.
  • SEATING:  There will be seating for 1200 guests which is ample for parents and relatives of our 8th graders!  However, we respectfully ask that you NOT bring small children to this ceremony.
  • PARKING: Parking will be available on the athletic field.  Please follow the directions of parking staff.  Vehicles with state issued handicapped parking passes should follow the directions of the parking staff for handicapped parking.
  • NOTE: Siblings who will be attending the promotion ceremony can only be checked out of school by their parents…NO EXCEPTIONS! School will be in session on Friday, June 8th from 8:15 until 12:35. It is a regular school day for all students in grades 6, 7th, and 8th.

 

 

Promotion Ceremony Dress Code

CEREMONY DRESS CODE

Our main objective with regard to dress for this occasion ceremony is to have a dignified ceremony and avoid any undue hardship on parents.  Please do not feel compelled to purchase special clothing for this occasion that could be too dressy for future practical use. Renting or purchasing formal attire is inappropriate.

GIRLS:

  1. A dress that could be worn to a nice restaurant, to a religious ceremony or to a special show would be most satisfactory. Simple street-length dresses or skirts may be worn.
  2. All dresses should be modest and appropriate for this special family occasion. This is a MIDDLE SCHOOL promotion ceremony, and we do not want to deny anyone from participation due to inappropriate clothing.
  3. Shoes should be flat or have low heels due to walking on the grass.

**Hair styles and colors must follow guidelines listed in the agenda book.  Please remember that this is a middle-school ceremony, so salon hair-styles or “up-do’s” are not necessary. Non-naturally-occurring hair color is very distracting and takes away from the dignity and importance of the ceremony!

BOYS:

  1. Dress shirts and nice pants are to be worn by all boys. Ties are optional.
  2. A sport coat, jacket, suit coat or sweater is recommended. However, parents should not feel obligated to purchase suits or coats for this occasion.
  3. Shoes should be appropriate for school.