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PSAT 8/9 – Accessing Student Scores – For 8th Grade Students

The results of your student’s PSAT 8 have been released to their online College Board account. 8th grade students received their PSAT test booklet from their MP2 teacher the week of June 10th. Paper score reports will be mailed to schools over the summer months.

The attached document outlines how to create a College Board account for your student. It is important to remember, when creating this account, that the email address as well as the username and password with be the SAME account that is used for all PSAT and SAT score reporting throughout high school. It is recommended that students use their District 7 email address and choose a username and password that is easy to remember, as they will need to access this account again in 9th grade.

You will need the O.W. Best AI code to access your student’s scores. Our AI code is 231219

Click here for a step by step guide to access student PSAT scores

 


 
Summer School Program
Dates: June 24 - August 1st (Monday - Thursday), Closed July 4th
Classes: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Subjects Revisited: ELA & Math  
Breakfast available at 7:30am and Lunch at 12:00pm for students

Letters recommending students for summer school will be sent out the last week of school in June.

Contact Information:
Prior to June 24th: Best Middle School 313-203-3200
After program begins:  Mr. Turgeon 734-203-0059



Upcoming half days
Wednesday, May 1st school will be dismissed at 11:07

 

Cedar Point Information

Attention 8th grade parents
The balance of the Cedar Point trip of $40 is due by March 15th. There will be a parent meeting on May 21st at 6:00 pm in the O.W. Best gym.  Flyers are attached.
If your student has not signed up to go, there are still limited tickets available. Please see Mrs. Doney in the office. 

Students can send an email to report threatening behavior confidentially to saysomething@dhsd7.net


Fall  Counseling Newsletter

Talk Early & Talk Often Workshop

 a nationally recognized parent education program aimed at helping parents of middle and high school youth talk with their child about abstinence and sexuality. The two-hour workshop can be offered to parents in the school, community, healthcare or church setting. The workshop is free but registration is required.  For more information please visit http://www.parentactionforhealthykids.org/workshops/ 


Student Drop Off

Please use the right lane to quickly drop off your child.  Please do not park and wait for the bell to ring to let your child out of the car.  The left lane is the pass through lane.  Do not use this lane to drop off your child.  This will keep traffic flowing and will be safer for your child.

Reporting Absences
Please call 313-203-0341 if you child will need to miss school.
Counselor Appointments 

Ms. Herd and Mrs. Stubbs are available to meet with you regarding any academic, social, or emotional concerns with your child.  It is recommended that you call or email your child's counselor to set up an appointment to see them. Often the counselors have their day scheduled or have other situations that arise during the day and are not available to give you their full attention when you stop in without an appointment.  The counselors want to be sure to devote time to you and your child, so having an appointment scheduled ahead of time will allow them to free up time for you as well as gather any information from teachers to help during your appointment.  Please contact Ms. Herd at (313) 203-3198 or herdkerr@dhsd7.net if you child's last name begins with the letters A-J or contact Mrs. Stubbs at (313) 203-3199  or stubbsan@dhsd7.net  if you child's last name begins with the letters K-Z .  The counselors look forward to working with you and your child throughout the school year.  


O.W.Best Parent Connect Accounts   

If you need assistance with your Parent Connect Account, please Contact the office at 313.203.3200



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