Margaret Bell Miller Middle School

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  • SUmmer School 2022 with airplanes, lightbulb, books, and sun images

    MBM Summer Learning Retention Program

    Guidelines for retentions and Summer School:

    A letter from the principal will be sent home to any student who has failed two or more Core Classes because they could possibly be retained.

    1. Students who have failed four Core Classes will be retained.
    2. Students who have failed three Core Classes must pass two of those courses over the summer to advance to the next grade level.
    3. Students who have failed two Core Classes must pass one of those classes over the summer to advance to the next grade level.

    The summer school program will be a full virtual class and students will need to sign up on our eLearningacademy. Directions: Go to our website then under departments you will need to scroll down to eLearningacademy and choose it. Then on your left you will see the eLearningacademy application and that will bring up a google form for you to fill out. Please make sure you submit it.


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  • Yearbooks on sale for MBM today!

    Click here to order yours today!

    Orders are due online or in the guidance office by Friday, May 27, 2002.

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  • 21st CCLC PA Logo  

    All upcoming 6, 7, and 8th graders are invited to join us for the 21st CCLC Summer Program, Monday-Thursday for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics activites, and activities through the EQT Rec Center, Penn State Extention/4H, Touchstone Center for Crafts, Waynesburg University, Greene County Drug and Alcohol Prevention, and more.

    For more information, click here

    To sign up for the 21st CCLC Summer Program, please complete and submit the form located here to MBM Guidance or WCES front office.



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  • Do you need access to WiFi for virtual learning?

    • Comcast offers Internet Essentials for families that qualify to the income guidelines.  Click here for more information.
    • The Bowlby Library has mobile hot spots that are available for check out.  They have unlimited data and are free. You simply have to have a library card or sign up for one to check one out.  There are no income guidelines.  It is loaned to you for 2 weeks.  At the end of the 2 weeks, you can call to renew it for another 2 weeks.  At the end of 4 weeks, you have to physically bring it back to the library and show them the hot spot.  If it is not "reserved" for another person you can then check it out again and follow the same procedure.  For more information, call the Bowlby Library at 724-627-9776.
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  • Clipart picture of a pen laying over a piece of paper.  MBM ESSA Federal Report

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