The MONARCH Newsletter
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FAREWELL MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
It is that bittersweet time of year when we find ourselves saying goodbye to our colleagues, students, teachers and parents. For me, it will be my final good-bye as my term at Masuda Middle school has concluded. I look back with appreciation to the school community for their support and to express my gratitude over the past years for the honor and privilege to work at Masuda. The last 4 years have been an incredibly rewarding journey with numerous successes and challenges. Change can bring much uncertainty, but I know moving forward Masuda will remain focused on our shared mission, values and goals. Our spotlight on providing an environment that promotes academic excellence while challenging students to become life-long learners and providing for all students regardless of skills and abilities will not change. All of us in education strive to create an exciting learning environment for our students. We know that students learn best when they experience personal connections to their school and when they are excited and motivated about learning. On that note, it is with pleasure that I welcome Ms. Jay Adams as the new principal of Masuda Middle School. Ms. Adams brings a vast array of experience and knowledge to the role as well as a philosophy of education that is committed to student success. Finally, I want to extend a special thanks to all students, past and present, who make my job a true joy on a consistent basis. I look forward to my new assignment at Newland Elementary School, but there will always be a special place in my heart for Masuda Middle School and the community. I wish you all good health and success.
6th/7th Grade Boomers Field Trip
Our 6th and 7th graders have the opportunity to go to Boomers on the last day of school, June 19th. The permission slip and $15 is due by June 10th. A few pieces of information: -The $15 covers transportation and a wristband for unlimited use of a... Continue
Time is running out for this year! -Save your Pop-tabs for Ronald McDonald!
The Helping Hands Service Club is once again organizing a year-long campaign to save aluminum pop-tabs from aluminum cans. We donate the tabs at the end of the year to the Ronald McDonald House charities. They, in turn, recylce the tab... Continue
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17415 Los Jardines West
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
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