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Weekly Principal Calls to Families and Staff

As the Principal of Standley, I believe that communication between the school and families and staff is of utmost importance.  Thus, I strive to send a phone call to our Standley families as necessary, usually at 6:00 p.m.  I hope you appreciate the phone calls and the information they provide.

6/7/18 2 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with a special message.  Tomorrow we will hosting two special events at Standley.  First, we are having our annual Western BBQ during both lunches tomorrow.  The BBQ will include a hamburger, veggie burger or hotdog with all the fixings, watermelon and milk.  All 8th grade students, in honor of promotion, will receive a ticket to attend the BBQ for free.  All 6th and 7th grade students may purchase a ticket before school at the lunch arbor for $2.75 cash or with their lunch account ID.  This will be the only food available for sale so pack a lunch if you are not interested.  All 8th grade students that qualified will be participating in the Day of the 8th Grader.  They will be enjoying activities on the field and hanging out with friends.  It may be warm and sunny tomorrow so a hat and sunblock would be a good idea.  Water and sunblock will be available all day. 

Thanks for listening and have a great evening.

6/2/18 6 p.m.

Good Evening Standley Parents,

This is Ms. Meredith with an announcement.  Please join us on Tuesday, June 5 from 6:00pm-7:15pm in Standley’s library to hear a presentation on Preventing the Summer Slide.  Students can lose up to two months of learning during the summer months.  Discover fun and educational family activities to enjoy during the summer.

You can RSVP at the following address: RSVP@TINYURL.COM/SDUSDFACERSVP.

6/1/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling with your weekly update.  Thank you to our wonderful PTSA and community for the amazing staff appreciation celebration provided last week.  The entire staff felt loved and we are so grateful to be a part of the UC Cluster.  The end of the year is approaching quickly.  Next week we will host our annual Awards Ceremonies for all grade levels and you should have received a phone call if your child qualified.  If you are unsure you may contact the counseling office to verify and visit our website for dates and times.  If your student purchased a yearbook and turned in all textbooks they will be distributed next week.  Day of the 8th Grader is on Friday and a Western BBQ will be provided for all 8th grade students.  All other students may purchase a ticket for the BBQ on Friday morning for $2.75 or use their Lunch PIN #.  Finally, we are looking for parent volunteers to help with promotion this year.  There are jobs big and small and we really need parents of future 8th graders to learn the ropes so your child’s promotion is just as amazing.  You can easily find a volunteer link on the left side of our Standley website.  We truly hope to see you there.

5/30/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with a special message.  The Principal of UC High sent this message to its families prior to the weekend.

School Notice of Concern (05-25-2018)

Just a heads up to our UCHS families: today, one of our families received a phone call (scam) saying that their student had been kidnapped from UCHS.  The student, however, was safe and sound in their second period class. The phone call was disturbing and alarming.  The caller said that they had the student’s and parent’s cell phone numbers and knew where they lived.  The caller was yelling, using profanities, and sharing personal information about the student. Needless to say, this phone call was unsettling to the family and we agreed that other UCHS families should be made aware of this scam.  At this point, we know of no other scam instances involving our families.  Should a family receive a similar phone message, we encourage you to contact the San Diego Police Department and let us know as well.

One of our own Standley families was impacted by this event and afterward was given these suggestions to keep students more safe:

1. Students cell phone voicemail greeting should ONLY be the generic greeting and not the child's voice.

**The scammers have some technology that records the outgoing greeting and then it can recreate almost any word that sounds like the child.

2. Any student with a Facebook page or any other social media presence should have the privacy set so that only “friends” or their “followers” to have access to the content.

** The scammers gain a lot of personal details from Facebook that they then use to make it appear as if they really know all about the student.

3. Parents and their kids should have some sort of secret safe word that they can use to verify identity.

** A parent could ask their child to tell them “the word” if they get one of these scam phone calls. The kid would say the secret word that would not make sense in any other context.

Regards,

Mr. Pearson

Principal

Standley Middle School

5/25/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  Due to the Memorial Day weekend there is no school on Monday.  Let us embrace this weekend's unofficial start of summer, while simultaneously remembering the brave men and women who defended our great nation. Next Friday we will begin textbook returns starting with 8th grade, then 7th grade on the 4th, and 6th grade on the 5th.  Start gathering them up and making sure all marks are removed to avoid any fines. 

We are looking for parent volunteers to help with promotion this year.  There are jobs big and small and we would love for parents of future 8th graders to learn the ropes so your child’s promotion is just as amazing.  You can find a volunteer link on the left side of our Standley website under PTSA. 

Thanks for listening and have a great evening!

5/18/18 6 p.m.

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling with your weekly update.  We are almost done with testing!  Thank you for helping your students to be here and do their best this month. Next week, students will be finishing up in Math and completing make-ups as needed.  Don’t forget, school is closed Monday, May 28th in observance of Memorial Day.  In addition, we would like to remind you that June is a busy month as we end the year.  Awards assemblies are scheduled as follows; 6th graders on the 4th,  7th graders on the 5th, and 8th graders on the 7th with the last day of school on June 13th.  A complete calendar can be found on our website. 

Thanks for listening and have a great evening.

5/16/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

Thank you for your partnerships with our school.  Last week we asked you complete a Parent survey to allow us to understand and identify strengths and areas of growth concerning our family and community engagement.  This is a short survey that is completely anonymous and will help us make decisions for our school and your students.  Please click on the link provided in the attached email or contact the counseling office to request a paper version.  The deadline is this Friday.  Thank you for your help and have a great evening!

You can access the survey at https://surveys.wested.org/csps/KA622AF

5/11/18 6 p.m.

Good evening Standley parents,

This is Ms. Meredith one of the school counselors at Standley Middle School.  The San Diego Unified School District’s F.A.C.E. department is offering a parent class on Internet Safety. Please join us on Tuesday, May 15 for this important topic on Internet Safety.  The class will take place at 6:00pm in the Standley Middle school library.

Once again, please join us for the Internet Safety class next week Tuesday, May 15 in the Standley Middle School library at 6:00pm.

5/9/18 6 p.m.

The San Diego Unified School District is in the second year of conducting the California Healthy School Parent Survey This will be a yearly District-wide initiative that will allow us to understand and identify strengths and areas of growth concerning our family and community engagement.

 You can access the survey at https://surveys.wested.org/csps/KA622AF

If you do not have access to the internet, we have hard copies available in the Counseling Center.  For your convenience, this year's parent survey will be available in the following languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Somalian. 

The deadline to complete your parent survey and return it to the school is on May 18th, 2018.  The survey is completely anonymous.

If you have any questions, please contact me by email bwilson@sandi.net.  You may also contact the Counseling and Guidance Department at (619) 725-7330.

We thank you in advance for your support!

Sincerely yours,

Brenda Wilson

5/4/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling with your weekly update.  Every student in attendance today should have received a progress report in last period.  Please be sure to review the progress report with your child and celebrate their accomplishments and encourage improvements.  Remember, we have tutoring and Homework Club on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week.  If your child needs support this is a great opportunity to get help from multiple teachers, peers, and high school student tutors.  The last day for tutoring will be May 24th and the last day of school for students is June 13th.

Please remember, we will continue with SBAC testing in Science next week. 

4/27/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  Today is the end of the grading period and these grades will be used to determine awards and eligibility for 8th grade promotion activities.  That does not mean grades are finished.  Grades will continue to accumulate to the end of the school year on June 13th so keep working and make the most of these final weeks.  SBAC testing is upon us and all grades will be testing during the month of May.  The English test will be through English classes the first week, science during science the second week, and math through math classes the third.  Make-ups will be happening during the fourth week.  Please, make arrangements for appointments or early release times so they do not interfere with your child’s testing.  Please make every effort to have your student in class, on time, well rested, and well fed so they feel confident to do their best!

4/20/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  All students in attendance today should have received an informational flyer for Prime Time Summer Programs.  Standley, along with other schools will be hosting and you can visit the website provided to apply.  We would like to remind you that the end of the next grading period is officially April 27th.  Because the final grades are determined after awards and promotion, the grades from April 27th will determine eligibility for both.  Encourage your student to stay on course or make corrections prior to the April 27th date.  Monday, all 7th grade students will be attending a performance at Standley called “Someone Like Me” presented by Kaiser Permanente.  The play addresses the relevant middle school topics of bullying, sexual health, and depression.  A letter went home today with a link to the performance and if you do NOT want your child to participate after review just sign and return to the counseling office Monday morning.  Finally, don’t forget to purchase flowers for an 8th grader and the promotion ceremony.  They make the ceremony a beautiful event and then you get to take them home after.  The order form is attached to this message or you can pay in the finance office.  Each plant is only $10. 

Flower Flyer for 8th Grade Promotion 2018.pdf

4/14/18 6 p.m.

Good evening Parents,

Standley Students took or will be taking the Thrively Personality Test. This tool gives students lots of information regarding careers of interest, requirements, salary and college information. 
 
A Thrively Representative will be at our
Career Fair to show you how to explore possible Career options.  It’s
never too early to start planning for the future. 
 
Please remember our Career Fair/ Open House
is coming to Standley on Wednesday, April 18th from 4:30 PM to 7 PM.
 Remember our District’s Thrively Representative will be here to guide you
through all the interesting information available for you.

4/13/18 6 p.m.

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  You have heard from us many times this week about all the upcoming events like Career Fair, Open House, Book Fair, and Coffee with the Cops.  In addition to these, next Monday is the UC Cluster Meeting held at the Standley Middle School library from 4:30 – 6.  Please join us to hear the latest happenings in the UC Cluster and be part of the decisions made for our students.   Did you know that 8th graders can take the PSAT?  The Family and Community Engagement Department is offering a free PSAT/SAT/ACT workshop for parents on Tuesday from 6-7 p.m. at Standley Middle School.  We hope you can join us for one or all of these opportunities.

4/12/18 6 p.m.

The Family and Community Engagement Team in partnership with the San Diego Unified Police Services Department are bringing “Coffee with the Cops” to our neighborhood cluster.  Please join them at Curie Elementary School located at 4080 Governor Dr. San Diego, CA 92122on Thursday, April 19, 2018 from 9:00AM-9:45AM.  Come learn how the SDUSD police officers keep our school climates safe and worthy of our students.  Childcare, translation, and light refreshments will be provided.  Please RSVP at tinyurl.com/SDUSDFACERSVP  For more information, please contact Katherine Aud @ (619) 725-7329.  Please join us!

CWC-Curie.pdf

CWC-Curie Spanish.pdf 

4/11/18 6 p.m.

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling to remind you of our Career Fair and Open House next Wednesday, April 18th.  Our third annual Career Fair runs from 4:30 to 6:00 along with the Spring Open House from 5:30 – 6:30.  We are hosting 30+ representatives available to speak to our students about many career pathways including entertainment and community businesses.  There will be prizes to win, wheels to spin, things to build, and more.  Classrooms will be open giving you a chance to see what students have been working on this year.  The Scholastic Book Fair is also happening next week during the school day and will be open during the Career Fair.  This is run completely by parent volunteers and we are looking for a few to help out any day next week.  It is super easy, just visit the PTSA Volunteer link on our Standley website at https://www.sandiegounified.org/schools/standleyWe look forward to seeing you there!

4/6/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  We want to remind you that the end of the next grading period is April 27th and these are the grades used to determine awards and promotion eligibility.  Please encourage your child to make sure their grades are right where they want them to be.  We would like to invite you to attend "College: Making It Happen" at Standley Middle School on Wednesday April 11th at 5:30 p.m. in our auditorium.  It is intended primarily for 6th through 9th grade students and their families, and provides practical and easy-to-understand information on how to prepare academically and financially for college. It is never too early to plan for college!

Cal-Soap is sponsoring this event so please come with questions about scholarships and how to apply for financial aid. They will also go over A-G requirements in high school. We hope to see you there!

4/3/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with a special invitation for you.  The end of the year is fast approaching and before you know it 8th grade promotion will be here.  Standley hosts one of the best promotion ceremonies in the district and that is due to the efforts of our volunteers each and every year.  There are many opportunities to help both big and small no matter what grade your child is in.  We love volunteers of current 6th and 7th grade students who can learn the ropes for future ceremonies.  We will have an informational meeting this Friday at 8:05 a.m. in the main office to find out more.  If you can’t make it but would like to help just email me and I will get you connected. 

3/23/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling to remind you that Spring Break is here!  There will be no school next week and we look forward to seeing all students back on campus Monday, April 2nd for regularly scheduled classes.  We hope that all students use the time to rest, relax, enjoy, or get caught up.  Please challenge your child to disconnect from electronics and social media over the break to interact personally with friends or family and get active.    Every student in attendance today should have received a progress report in last period.  Please be sure to review the progress report with your child and celebrate their accomplishments and encourage improvements. Finally, see the attached flyer to support Standley Middle School PTSA while going to see Ready Player One in theaters.  It is just that easy.

3/19/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  Today was the end of the 3rd grading period and students will be receiving progress reports next Friday.  Of course, you can always log on to PowerSchool to check your child’s grades and see what has been turned in for every class.  If you need assistance logging on just contact our office and we can support you.  Monday, March 19th is the next UC Cluster Meeting to be held at 4:30 in the UC High media center.  Join us to hear the latest for our cluster and get involved if you wish.  Finally, don’t let Spring Break sneak up on you.  There will be no school March 26th -30th so make sure you have arrangements if necessary.

3/14/18 12:30 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with an important message.  Today, some of our students participated in a peaceful student led protest on campus in response to the recent shooting in Florida.  These students walked out of 3rd period and met on the front lawn to hear student speeches and show support for victims of the Florida shooting.  When the bell rang for 4th period students peacefully went to the next class, as agreed, to continue learning.  For attendance purposes, all students that were not in class during 3rd period were marked absent today but there will not be any consequence connected to the absence.  You may receive an automated call notifying you of the absence.  At Standley Middle School, we understand that our students may be feeling lots of anxiety, fear and even anger about gun violence.  We respect the right of our students to advocate for causes that are important to them and support their efforts to do so in an authorized and orderly manner while at school.  We thank our students for the way they conducted themselves today while allowing their civic voices to be heard.  Thank you for your continued support of Standley Middle School. 

3/14/18 8:30 a.m.

This is a reminder of a special presentation immediately following the PTSA meeting this evening.  The PTSA meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the media center followed by a presentation from the representatives from the Here Now Project.  This focuses on preventing suicide by educating youth and their families on the risk factors of suicide and reduce the stigma around seeking help for themselves or others. In addition, the HERE Now program is working to support the school culture and environment to be preventive and proactive in educating all members of the school community (teachers, students, parents) regarding suicide prevention as well as identifying and working with individual and groups of students who may be struggling emotionally and/or engaging in self-destructive or otherwise risky behaviors.  The Here Now Project will be presenting to our students in April using the Signs of Suicide Prevention Program and this is your opportunity to see it first.

3/10/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling to remind you that Spring is on the way.  Even though we really don’t notice the season change in beautiful San Diego you will notice the time change.  Daylight Savings begins Sunday at 2AM so make sure to set your clocks forward one hour before you go to bed Saturday.  We look forward to seeing your students on time and well rested Monday morning. 

3/9/18 6 p.m.

You may have heard that students across the nation are planning a peaceful protest on March 14th in response to gun violence in our nation.  I am aware that some Standley students are planning a peaceful event on that day to become part of this student movement to express political views.  While schools may not violate students’ free speech rights they can require them to obey reasonable, non-content based regulations.  They have the right to protest but the school can require them to observe reasonable time, place, and manner.  At Standley, our top priority is to support the academic and social emotional needs of our students, while maintaining a safe and orderly learning environment for all.  We respect  and support the right of our students to advocate for causes that are important to them and welcomed the opportunity to work with students to discuss appropriate and creative ways to do so while at school.  I encourage you to talk to your children about how they may be feeling about gun violence and the importance of expressing themselves in appropriate ways at school.  It is important to know that students do not need to participate and disorderly conduct that disrupts school operations is not acceptable and will be handled compassionately, but firmly, in accordance with school rules, district policy, and Ed code.  Thank you for your continued support of Standley Middle School.  Enjoy your evening.

3/2/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  All students in attendance today should have received a letter from the SDUSD Police Department about the ASK Campaign (Asking Saves Kids) concerning firearm safety in the home.  You can get more information at www.askingsaveskids.org.  In light of the senseless tragedy in Florida we are aware that students are considering how they might participate in the events advertised nationally through social media and news sources.  The San Diego Unified School District and Standley Middle School supports students’ rights to peaceful assembly and free expression. Our top priority is to support the safety, security and social emotional needs of all students and staff.  We are meeting with student leaders to discuss how voices can be heard in a peaceful manner and planning accordingly.  Standley has also promoted the Students Speaking Out program through San Diego County Crime Stoppers to empower young people to use their voices to make their schools and communities safer.  Students can use the P3 anonymous tip app or call 888-580-8477 to report crime, drugs, or violence in their community.  Finally, join the Standley PTSA for a dinner fundraiser at Piology on Balboa Avenue from 4-10 next Wednesday.

2/23/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  Thank you to all our families who showed up to the semester 1 Awards Ceremonies in support of the academic and social excellence our students have demonstrated.  It is such a pleasure to recognize their hard work and dedication.  You should be receiving an email from our Superintendent Cindy Marten regarding current events and how SDUSD has been dealing with the issues.  If, for some reason, you do not get it today look for it on our website early next week.  Finally, I wanted to make you aware that the end of the next grading period is on March 16th and not March 9th as some of our calendars may indicate.

2/15/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  Due to the President’s Holiday there is no school tomorrow, Friday, or Monday of next week.  We will resume a regular schedule on Tuesday the 20th.  ASB is hosting our 3rd annual Candyland Dance on Friday, February 24th from 4-6 p.m. and tickets are on sale in the financial office now.  On a serious note, our hearts go out to families everywhere who suffer from senseless acts of violence.  Student safety is our priority in everything that we do and Standley is prepared for multiple emergencies with a comprehensive emergency plan.  We review and revise continuously to meet the dangers of the world we live in.   It takes a community to keep our students safe and we truly appreciate the phone calls and emails when dangerous or suspicious behavior is happening in our neighborhood. 

2/9/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson with your weekly update.  Due to the President’s Holiday there is no school next  Friday the 16th, or the following Monday, February 19th.  We will resume a regular schedule on Tuesday the 20th.  ASB is hosting our 3rd  annual Candyland Dance on Friday, February 23rd from 4-6 p.m. at Standley Middle School.  Tickets are on sale in the financial office for $4 through February 15th then prices go up.  All contests and games are included.  We would like to thank the Standley PTSA and community volunteers for supporting our staff today with an amazing Valentine's Breakfast.  Your efforts help make Standley the great school it is.  If you would like to get involved join us for the very informational UC Cluster Meeting held at Doyle Elementary at 4:30 this Monday.  Get the latest information and help make decisions that impact our cluster of schools.

2/8/18 6 p.m.

This is Ms. Meredith the counselor at Standley Middle School here to tell you about a free class that Family And Community Engagement and the Parent University are offering at Standley. 

The class is titled Passport To Success.  Learn the importance of teaching your child organizational and study skills, tips on how to take notes and how to prepare for exams.  This class will help you prepare your student to be more successful in school and college.

Childcare, refreshments and translation services are offered.  Please RSVP @ TINYURL.COM/SDUSDFACERSVP.

For any questions please contact Lori LaPointe at llapointe@sandi.net.

Passport to Success SP.pdf    Passport to Success ENG.pdf 

2/2/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is principal Bill Pearson calling to let you know that all students in attendance today should have received their semester one report card during last period.  The district will also be mailing out report cards for semester one very soon.  Please review these grades with your student and congratulate or encourage accordingly.  This week began our new semester and all grading has started over.  It is important that students get off to a great start so they do not have to play catch-up as we approach summer break.  If you do not receive a report card contact our office and we will make sure you do.

Be sure to mark your calendars for awards starting with 6th graders on the 13th, 7th graders on the 20th, and 8th graders on the 22nd all starting at 3:05 in the auditorium.  You will receive a message or invitation letting you know if your child will receive an award.  All students on the honor roll will receive an award.  We look  forward seeing you and honoring your children’s efforts!

Finally, we will be hosting a “Coffee with the Principal” on Tuesday, February 6th  at 8:15 a.m. to discuss how the budget will affect Standley Middle School next year.  We look forward to seeing you there.

1/26/18 6 p.m.

This is principal Bill Pearson calling to let you know that today was the official end of semester one.  Students will receive report cards next Friday in school and they will be mailed home.  Monday is the first day of semester two and all students will receive a new schedule during period 1 even if their classes have not changed.  Please be advised that there will be NO tutoring, late buses, or Math Academy for the next two weeks.  These will resume on February 15th following our regular schedule.  

Thank you to the 40 plus United States Marines that took over Standley today for the 8th annual Marine’s Fitness Challenge.  We appreciate their efforts, dedication, and time given to our Standley students and look forward to next year.  Finally, don’t forget to support the Standley PTSA at Rubios on Thursday.  More information can be found through the PTSA link on our website.

1/25/18 6 p.m.

Good Evening Standley Parents,

This is Ms. Meredith one of the counselors at Standley Middle School. The district’s Family and Community Engagement team is having the Parent University come to UCHS and do a presentation of the A-G requirements.  Come and learn more about the a-g/College Entrance Requirements.  Know the sequence of high school courses that students must complete to be eligible for admission to the University of California (UC) and California State Universities.

The class will take place on January 29 at UC High School from 6:00pm-7:15pm.  Child care, refreshments and translation are provided.  This class is free to parents. 

If you are not able to make this class on the 29th there will be another class on January 30 at other school sites located around the district.  For that list please go on the Standley website.

Thank you and have a good evening.

1/19/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is principal Bill Pearson calling with your weekly update.  The Annual Standley Spelling Bee will be held next Wednesday and will be televised in the main office lounge starting at 8:15 a.m.  Parents are welcome to join us in the lounge to watch the action.  Thank you in advance to the 40 plus United States Marines that will take over Standley next Friday for the 8th annual Marine’s Fitness Challenge.  We appreciate their efforts, dedication, and time given to our Standley students and look forward to their visit.  On a serious note we have had a report of an unknown adult male in a light blue car asking one of our female student her age as she was walking to school this morning.  Fortunately, nothing more transpired and authorities have been notified.  Our school is in an amazing neighborhood but bad things can happen anywhere.  Please, take a moment to remind your children how to be safe on the way to and from school.  Let them know to notify a trusted adult or staff member immediately and do not engage in conversations with strangers.  Your child’s health and well-being is paramount to us and we will continue to be vigilant in our efforts to provide a safe school environment.

1/12/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling to remind you that Monday, January 15 is Martin Luther King Day and school will not be in session.  We will resume with a  regular schedule on Tuesday.  In light of this particular holiday it is always good to reflect on our own attitudes and behavior towards others.  Our current round of Seahawk Sessions is about respecting yourself and those around you so we encourage everyone to identify the positives in your life and celebrate them.  Thank you to all Standley families for making this a great school and community to be in.

1/5/18 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson wishing you and your family a very happy New Year!  The end of the first semester is fast approaching on January 26th.  Do you and your student know their current grades?  Be proactive and have a plan by being informed.  Log on to Powerschool to find the latest information and if you do not find it, email your child’s teacher.  If you need help with a Powerschool Log-in contact Nairovy DeSantiago in the main office for support.  In addition, UC Educates Homework Academy is operating in the media center every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00-4:00 for all your students homework needs.  Check it out, we are sure you will find it valuable.

Thanks for listening and have a great evening!

12/15/17 6 p.m.

Hello Standley Families,

This is Principal Bill Pearson calling to let you know Winter break has arrived.  I would like to thank the students, staff, parents and community members who contribute so much in helping to create an atmosphere of excellence at Standley Middle School. 

Beginning Monday, Dec. 18th, schools will be closed for winter break and will resume on Wednesday, January 3rd.  It is my hope that you enjoy the time with your family and friends in laughter, love, and good health.   Many of us are fortunate in so many ways so be a great example to the rest of the world as you bring in the new year with hope and compassion in all that you do.  Don’t forget to take time to relax and come back in January ready to do great things.  I wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and a wonderful  New Y