- SCHOOL FORMS:
MMS Spiritwear Order Form - New for 2015-16
Permission Form for Prescribed and/or Non-Prescribed Medication
MHSAA Physical and Consent Form
8th Grade Dance Letter & Permission Slip
Through shared accountability, the Millennium Middle School community is committed to preparing all students with the academic foundation and habits of mind necessary to be constructive, contributing members of society.
Millennium Middle School
61526 West Nine Mile Road
South Lyon, MI 48178
Principal - Kelly Gallagher
Assistant Principal - Darrell Plummer
Main Office - 248-573-8200
Fax - 248-437-4066
6th Grade Wing - 248-573-8190
6th Grade Fax - 248-437-4086
Attendance Line - 248-573-8195
LETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL
March 30, 2016
Dear Parents and Community Members:
We are pleased to present you with the Annual Education Report (AER) which provides key information on the 2014-15 educational progress for Millennium Middle School. The AER addresses the complex reporting information required by federal and state laws. The school’s report contains information about student assessment, accountability, and teacher quality. If you have any questions about the AER, please contact me for assistance.
The AER is available for you to review electronically by clicking on the Annual Report link on the MMS webpage or you may review a copy in the main office at your child’s school.
As we have also described in our School Improvement Report, the key challenge for Millennium Middle School is narrowing achievement gaps with our special education subgroup. Key initiatives that are being undertaken to accelerate student achievement and narrow gaps are the implementation of the workshop model in language arts and mathematics to allow for more targeted and differentiated instructional support as well as the use of Visible Thinking Routines with students to help them strengthen and articulate their cognitive processing.
Aggregate student achievement results on the MSTEP (Michigan Student Test of Educational Process) can be accessed via the website link referenced above or in the hardcopy of the report available in the Millennium Middle School main office.
State law requires that we also report additional information.
All students within the South Lyon Community Schools are assigned to schools based upon residency within the geographic boundaries determined by the district. At the middle school level, students whose academic programming needs qualify them for special education services provided by our district’s Cognitively Impaired program attend Centennial Middle School regardless of geographic residency; students whose academic needs qualify them for the academically talented program attend Millennium Middle School regardless of geographic residency. There is no intra-district School of Choice for middle school students. Centennial Middle School and Millennium Middle School also have some inter-district Schools of Choice (under section 105 and 105C) for students who live outside of South Lyon and want to receive an exceptional education in the South Lyon Community Schools.
School Improvement Plan Status
The AdvancEd/NCA accreditation process is firmly embedded in the Millennium Middle School (MMS) continuous School Improvement Process. This process provides a solid framework for increasing student achievement at MMS. During the 2014-2015 school year, we hosted our External Review and were recommended for accreditation on May 6, 2015. Steps are being taken by the MMS staff to address required actions.
Our next External Review is anticipated in 2019-2020. The MMS staff will continue to monitor progress on our school improvement goals by gathering and analyzing student achievement data. As appropriate, we will add or modify instructional strategies. In addition, we will be engaged in professional development activities to prepare for the expectations of the state standards as well as to continue developing our Culture of Thinking at Millennium Middle School.
The Michigan K-12 Academic Standards serve as the basis for South Lyon Community Schools' curriculum. To guide continuous improvement, the district’s curriculum coordinators in collaboration with teachers serving on the Subject Area Committees engage in an on-going process to ensure alignment with the Michigan Standards in ELA, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. For a copy of our curriculum or for more information, you may contact the Millennium Middle School office or our district department of Curriculum, Instruction, Technology, and Assessment (CITA).
Parent-Teacher Conference Attendance
Centennial continues to have a high level of parent involvement. There was a high attendance rate in 2013-14 as 447 parents (52%) attended Curriculum Night while 480 parents (56%) attended Parent Teacher Conferences. Our attendance rates in 2014-15 were 387 (45%) for Curriculum Night and 497 (59%) for Parent Teacher Conferences.
At Millennium Middle School we are very proud of the hard work and achievement of our students, the dedication of our outstanding staff, and the continuing support of our parents and community.
Kelly Gallagher, Principal
Announcements for Thursday, May 5th
Get CRAZY for a cure! Crazy Hair Day is TOMORROW! Come to school with your craziest hairstyle (hair dye is allowed as long as it is done before school) and donate to the Matthew Bittker Neuroblastoma Foundation in your 1st hour classes! There will be a prize for the best hairdo in each lunch period. Good Luck and Get Crazy for a Cure!
Tickets for the spring performance of “Alice in Zombieland” are currently on sale in both offices and by Mrs. Windsor. Performances are TOMORROW at 6pm and Saturday at 11am. $8 adult and $6 students.
Attention 8th grade girls: If you are interested in SLHS Cheer or Pom Pon, stop by the 7/8th grade office for a flyer with tryout information.
If you are interested in: Color guard, girls volleyball or basketball summer camps or boy summer basketball camp, stop by one of the offices for a flyer with information.
TODAY is the event you’ve been waiting for: the MMS versus CMS teacher kickball game after school at 3pm. The cost is only a $1 donation and the concession stand will also be open. Head out to the track right after school.
TOMORROW there will be a fundraiser at Pinz from 6-9. For $10 you will get 2 games and shoe rental. The proceeds will go to the MMS Washington DC trip. There will also be Pizza and pop available for $1 each
Do you like to build with Legos? Have you ever created anything from duct tape? How about electronics? If these activities sound fun to you, check out the MAYkerspace Creative Day, Monday, May 23rd after school. For more information, or to sign up, see Mrs. Pantaleo in the Media Center.
There is another PTO movie night on Saturday night at the Lyon Theatre at 7:30pm. Bring your friends to see “Captain America: Civil War” and support our school.