Respect, Readiness, Responsibility & Relationship
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Philosophy: Since 1958, Susan B. Anthony Middle School has been providing challenging and rewarding experiences for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Our goal is that through academic excellence, along with respect, readiness, and responsibility, students will reach their highest potential.

Mission: Anthony Middle School develops interactive, compassionate, and principled learners who strive for excellence, embrace differences and act responsibly within our communities and the world.

Vision: Ready for high school. Ready for college. Ready for life. 

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Wanted: MathCorps Tutor!

 

Anthony is looking to hire someone to fill our Math Corps tutoring position. We want our students to work with great tutors and we need your help getting the word out!  Can you think of anyone that might make a great tutor?  Many tutors have recently graduated from college or high school, and some are looking to explore a career in education or reenter the workforce, while some are looking to give back to their community in retirement.  If you can think of anyone that might be great, please let them know about our openings or share their name and contact information with Ms. Frye and she'll get in touch.  Email: heather.frye@mpls.k12.mn.us

Did you know that in addition to getting to work with us and our students, tutors also receive a biweekly living stipend, extensive training, an education award to use for college or paying off student loans (if they're 55+ they can transfer the award to a child, a grandchild, or a foster child), forbearance on eligible student loans, and potentially even student debt interest repayment?  Full-time tutors even qualify for health coverage and potentially child care assistance!  They can learn more at minnesotareadingcorps.org or minnesotamathcorps.org.

**NEW** Start Time Changes for the 16-17 School Year

 

*** New for the 2016-17 School Year ***

The student day next year will be 8:45-3:50pm. The building will be open at 8:30am. There will be no staff supervision before 8:30am so please drop your child off between 8:30am and 8:40am. Students are to be in school by 8:40am to allow enough time for them to go to their lockers to put their belongings away and to get their materials and be ready for class. Our first class will start at 8:45am (Advisory). Breakfast will be from 8:30-8:45. Students will be dismissed at 3:50pm. We understand this change in time may be difficult for some families. If you need support, please contact the school or school social worker.

DRESS CODE

 The general standards of appearance for all students are that they be clean, neat, and properly dressed.......

Attendance
 
If your student misses school for any reason, please call 668-3271 to report the absence....
Illness and Sending Your Child to School
One of the goals of health services is to assure a healthy environment. Many students and families are frequently concerned about when students should stay home or attend schoolClick here for more information.
Bus Pass Information
 If your student wants to ride home on a bus different than their assigned bus, or if they normally walk and wish to ride the bus home with a student....