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    SPRING BREAK 3/20-3/24


    Registration is open on for:

    • March 2017 sports: track and soccer
    Registration Deadlines:
    • track and soccer: Thursday, March 30, 2017 @ 4pm
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    Please come to the PTO Meeting Thursday March 30, 2017 at 6pm in the Heath Library. 
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  •  Click here to register your child for Heath sports!

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Counseling News

Wow! We've made it 3/4 through the school year. Many students feel good about their success at Heath so far this year, yet others may have fallen short of the academic success both you and your student had hoped for. Either way, this is a great time to review the first semester with your son/daughter and develop a plan for success for second semester. Many middle schoolers struggle with completing assignments and turning them in. With a simple plan to get off on the right foot for second semester, your student can have a great second semester.  Following are some tips for academic success.

Check grades regularly. Parents and students can check grades online. Parents can call the school at 348-3418 to get your own username and password. Better yet, have your student show you how to check grades using the student’s username and password. Teachers often do grading over the weekend, so a great time to check grades and missing assignments is the beginning of each week.
Ask to see weekly Progress Reports. Every Wednesday, Heath sends home a weekly Student Progress Report. This is another good time to sit with your son/daughter and review their grades and look online to see if they have missing assignments. If they have missing assignments, help your child come up with a plan to complete those. 
Homework is assigned: Create a specific homework time at home. Help your student come up with a homework routine that fits your family. Some students like to dig in and get it done. Others may need to build in breaks to avoid homework burnout.
Think it through. Before your student begins their homework, have him/her make a to-do list. Have your student then number the tasks from toughest to easiest and start with the hard stuff. Save the easiest for last. This will help students finish on a high note.
Plan for projects. Teach your student to tackle a large project by breaking it down into individual steps. Spreading out the steps over time will help get it done on time and it won't seem so overwhelming.
Think about time. Many middle schoolers have time during class, before, and after school to complete their work. Encourage your child to complete their assignments at school. 
Turn it in. For some reason, many middle schoolers who complete all or some of their work forget to turn it in. That's a lot of wasted time and energy and leads to frustration. Help your student come up with an organizational plan for turning in assignments.

If you have questions regarding your student's success, feel free to call the Counseling Office. Mrs. Sheen who works with all 6th graders and half of the 7th graders can be reached at 348-3423. Mr. Dobson who works with all 8th graders and half of the 7th graders can be reached at 348-3420

Let's have a great 4th quarter!


Soccer: Monday-Friday 4:30-6pm on Heath Soccer Field. Official practice begins Monday March 27 
Track: Tuesday-Friday 4:30-5:30pm on Heath Football Field & Track. Official practice begins Tuesday March 28 

SPORTS PICTURE DAY for Soccer and Track


Thursday April 27, 2017 @ 4:30 on the Heath Football Field

Heath Middle School has Panther PRIDE!

Positive – Encouraging self and others
Respect – Treating others, property, and self with value and worth
Integrity – Doing the right thing 100% of the time
Determination – Never giving up; Never saying “I can’t”
Excellence – Your personal desire to strive for your very best

Headlines & Features

  • Student Spotlight: Lanie Freeland

    Lanie is an amazing young lady! She is an outstanding student, athlete, and role model! She is very goal-oriented and always has a positive attitude. She knows what she wants in life and she will make sure she gets herself there. ~ Dr. Blakley Wallace

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  • Heath Podcast

    Check out the Heath Podcast hosted by students in Mrs. Arvola's core-x students.

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  • Bully Busters

    6th graders created a new program called Bully Busters to help spread kindness not hate.

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  • Young Chautauqua 2014: Lanie Freeland as LOUISA HAWKINS CANBY

    Lanie Freeland will be a seventh grade Heath Panther this year. She loves to read, run cross country and track for Heath, and plays goalie and midfield for the Bootleggers Traveling Soccer Team. She has been a member of Student Council, Choir, and Art Club and has begun to learn saxophone.

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  • Nondiscrimination Statement

    Greeley-Evans School District 6 and the Board of Education commits itself to a policy of nondiscrimination and shall not discriminate in its educational, employment or hiring practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. Concern or complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees and members of the public. The following person(s) have been identified as a compliance officer for District 6:

    Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
    1025 9th Avenue Greeley, CO 80631
    Phone: (970) 348-6000

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