Our Mission StatementAt Henry Middle School We Think Critically, Respond Globally, Participate Locally, and Learn for Life
Welcome to Henry World Legacy Middle School
Our dedicated and experienced teaching staff at Henry World is by far one of the school’s greatest strengths. Our teachers make it a priority to build strong relationships with students to keep them motivated, which is especially critical at the middle school level. Our faculty is committed to developing the whole child by teaching both academics and character development hand in hand with the intention of preparing students for success not only in school, but also in life.
ATTENDANCE AND TARDIES
Report all absences on our 24-hr Attendance Line: (720) 423-9651
It is important to get your child to school on time! School starts at 8:00 am and ends at 3:00 pm every day. When your child is absent or late, please send a written note with your child to give to the attendance office. It is also just as important for your child to be present the entire day. If at all possible, please make appointments for your child outside of school hours to eliminate class disruption.
Our staff is making a concentrated effort to improve overall attendance. Teachers, Office Staff and Administrators will be working with students to encourage 100% attendance. Rewards will be given to those students who are present 95% or above. Please get your child to school! It really matters!
Thank you for understanding how important it is to be at school every day and on time!
|PARENTS, WEEKLY ELIGIBILITY IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR KEEPING OUR STUDENTS ON TRACK! PLEASE DO YOUR PART TO HELP OUT!!! THANK YOU!!!|
|Our Core Values;
Students First: We put our kids’ needs at the forefront of everything we do. Integrity: We tell the truth, and we keep our promises.Equity: We celebrate our diversity and will provide the necessary resources and supports to eliminate barriers to success and foster a more equitable future for all our kids.Collaboration: Together as a team, we think, we work, and we create in order to reach our goals.Accountability: We take responsibility for our individual and collective commitments; we grow from success; we learn from failure.Fun: We celebrate the joy in our work and foster in our students a joy and passion for learning to last their whole lives.
|CHALLENGE DAY FOR 8TH GRADE STUDENTS
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 20 and 21
This is an action-packed, interactive program held in the gym where students, teachers, administrators, parents and other adult volunteers participate together and connect on a very personal level in a safe environment. Challenge Days are powerful, high-energy programs in which youth and adult participants are guided through a series of experiential learning processes that build social emotional skills, true connection, and deeper relationships.
· Students and adults participate equally and connect on a very personal level.
· Through these personal connections, students are engaged and empowered, and are inspired to be successful.
· Students’ personal power and self-esteem are elevated.
· Dangerous peer pressure is transformed into positive peer support.
· Teasing, violence and forms of oppression are recognized and addressed.
Monday’s; Students can wear a white collared shirt with any color tie.
Thursday; College Day, student’s may wear appropriate college gear.
Oct 11 & 12; Report Card Pick up/Parent Conferences; 4:30 – 8:00
Tue: Oct 18; Skate City On-Track Trip.
Fri Oct 27&28; No school for students
Fri Nov 4; No School
REMINDER: You must have a current physical in order to try out for any team. Students who ride the bus – There have been some bus updates. Please see bus information that is posted in the 8th grade windows and the main office windows. Etc., Etc., Etc.