Visitors

  • All parents and visitors are asked to report directly to the office upon entering the building to obtain a visitor/volunteer pass. Visitors will be required to provide government-issued identification. The administration reserves the right to deny visitors.

Volunteers

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    Volunteer Opportunities

    At Middle School East we are always seeking learning opportunities for students and appreciate volunteers who are willing to share their time, knowledge, and talents with staff and students in our school. Each year, we utilize our volunteers to help with vision and hearing screenings, to supervise activity nights, to speak to students about relevant topics in areas of their expertise, to assist with skill development in responsive hour classes, or to fill needs as they arise throughout the school year. If you are interested in volunteering at Middle School East, please email Teri Odland or call 763-497-2655 ext. 3001. To volunteer, you will need to complete a background check.

     

    Background Checks for School Classroom Volunteers & Chaperones

    Volunteer background checks are part of our efforts to keep our schools safe for students, staff, and visitors. Please see below to learn how to complete your secure background check. There is a $15.00 fee to have a background check processed through the school district. This is a one-time fee that lasts throughout your child's education. 

    School classroom volunteers and chaperones must have a one-time background check completed by ISD 885. Please click on the link below to start the process! The one-time fee to process a background check is $15.00 and all major credit cards are accepted. 

    Click here to apply

    Thank you so much for choosing to share your time and talents with STMA!

      

    Parent Resource Guides

    Click here to review materials from the Search Institute presentation -- Family First: Creating Connections That Help Young People Thrive. This FYCC-sponsored event was held on October 9, 2017 at Middle School West.

    Help Reduce Truancy

    Please click here to review a letter regarding parent support in reducing truancy from Wright County Attorney, Thomas N. Kelly.