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  • Next week, February 6th to 10th, is Mercer Spirit Week.

    • Monday is Pajama Day 
    • Tuesday is Crazy Hair Day
    • Wednesday is Hat Day
    • Thursday is Throwback Thursday
    • Friday is Mercer Spirit Color Day:
    • 6th grade will wear Blue
    • 7th grade will wear White
    • 8th grade will wear Black

    With the exception of wearing an appropriate hat on Wednesday, you will be expected to be following the Mercer dress code every day. If you have questions please ask your grade level administrator.

     

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  • High School Enrollment Info & Tours for 8th Graders

    Please click "Read More" for information about how to enroll in high schools and about open houses and tours for current 8th graders.
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  • Student Led Conferences, February 13-17

    The end of first semester is January 31st. Students will be sharing their first semester progress with parents/guardians during our Student Led Conference window, February 13-17.  Please check out our informational flyer for more information. Students will be sharing information with families toward the end of 1st semester.

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  • Dec. 2016 Newsletter

    Dear Mercer Families,

    We hope you are doing well as we near the holiday season. We often refer to the A, B, C success indicators in school. Attendance, Behavior, and Coursework or grades are indicators we measure that often reflect the success of our students.

    In November, we passed the 1st quarter of our school year. Almost all of our students were able to celebrate their hard work at our Fall ABC & Tardy Dance & Activity.

    Continue reading the Dec. 2016 newsletter.
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  • Independent Reading at Mercer

    Mercer teachers are working hard to accomplish four main goals for Independent Reading which will result in our students becoming stronger readers!

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    We Want to Partner with You to Support Your Child in Reading!

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  • Nov. 2016 Newsletter

    Dear Mercer Families, The end of our first quarter is Thursday, November 10th. In celebration of all the hard work of our students we will be celebrating, here at Mercer the last part of our school day, with our ABC & Tardy Dance and Activity. In order to participate student grades must be in good standing (A, B, or C) and have no more than 3 tardies between October 24 and November 10. The grade level with the best results will be dismissed first.

    Click here to continue reading the November newsletter.


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  • Introducing Library Link

    Dear Mercer Students and Families,

    We have very exciting news to share! We are launching a great new partnership with Seattle Public Libraries to give every Mercer student access to many great resources.

    Although public library cards are available for all students in Seattle Public schools, many do not take advantage of this resource for a variety of reasons that include ease of access and the potential for fines on lost or overdue materials. The Seattle Public Library and Seattle Public Schools are working together to overcome these barriers so students and teachers can access online websites and databases to support student learning. This fall Asa Mercer International, Aki Kurose, and Denny International middle schools will participate in a pilot program to provide this access.

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  • Traffic Information

    We understand the challenges that exist when picking up and dropping off students to school. Nonetheless, it is really important to follow all laws and procedures when picking up and dropping off students at Mercer. Alternative locations to consider include Jefferson Park, Snoqualmie Ave. or west of Mercer along 14th Ave. There are safe walking trails and crosswalks students have access to and this may prevent the long wait you might be experiencing in our parking lot or along Columbian Way. Thank you for your cooperation.
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  • October 2016 Newsletter

    Dear Mercer Families,

    Thank you for helping to make our start of the school year smooth. One important part of the development of children during the middle school years is building strong and productive academic habits. You can get an early jump start by developing and supporting routines that are predictable and habit forming. For example, at this point, our students are familiar with our routines like getting to class on-time, knowing our structures of learning and what to expect when class begins, and how to use their composition books and planners, etc.

    Click here for the complete October newsletter.
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  • Math Parent Toolkit Night

    It's here! The first toolkit of the year. This is a chance for families to learn about Math and helpful ways to support your students in math this year.

    Thursday, October 13, 2016
    6:00-7:00pm
    Mercer Library

    Snacks! Math tips!

    For questions contact Mr. Hicks or Ms. Davis at (206) 252-8000.
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