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Western Reserve Local Schools 13850 W. Akron-Canfield Road Berlin Center, Ohio 44401 (330) 547-4100

Middle School 6-8

Mr. Sauner, Principal

13850 W. Akron-Canfield Road

Berlin Center, Ohio Mahoning County 444401 USA t: (330) 547-4100

MIDDLE SCHOOL MINUTES

Mr. Sauner, Middle School Principal

Hello Western Reserve Families

Welcome   to   the   2018-2019   school   year!!   We   are   excited   for   another   fun   and successful    school    year    for    our    students,    staff,    and    families!        As    the    newly appointed     Western     Reserve     Middle     School     principal     and     District     Athletic Administrator,   it   is   my   sincere   pleasure   and   honor   to   join   the   Western   Reserve Local    Schools    family.        I    wish    for    everyone    to    know    that    they    have    my    full commitment   to   working   with   our   dedicated   staff   to   provide   the   best   educational experience for our students and families.                   The   past   eleven   years   I   have   served   as   a   teacher   in   Girard   City   Schools   and   administrator   for   Austintown Local   Schools,   but   I   feel   one   of   the   most   important   jobs   I   could   fulfill   in   education   is   that   of   child   advocate.      For that reason, I will strive to get to know all of our children and do what is best for all of them.                  As   Middle   School   principal   and   District   Athletic   Administrator,   I   will   strive   to   establish   a   clear   line   of communication   internally   and   externally,   as   communication   is   a   vital   key   to   success   in   a   school   system.      Parent involvement   is   also   vital   to   a   child’s   success,   and   we   ask   that   all   parents   continue   to   play   an   active   role   in   their education.      For   that   reason,   I   want   parents   and   students   to   know   that   I   will   maintain   an   open-door   policy   where everyone   should   always   feel   welcome   to   come   to   me   with   anything   they   feel   needs      discussed.      Please   do   not hesitate to contact me with questions, concerns, or input at any time.                  Our   staff   recognizes   and   embraces   the   role   they   play   in   helping   children   reach   their   full   potential;   they   do not   take   the   responsibility   lightly.   They   believe   all   students   can   be   successful   and   this   belief   drives   the   work they   do   on   a   daily   basis.      We   are   eagerly   anticipating   a   rewarding   and   successful   2018   -   2019   school   year   for our   Blue   Devil   students   and   families.      Once   again,   I   am   so   excited   for   the   opportunity   to   work   with   the students,   staff,   and   families   of   Western   Reserve   and   look   forward   to   meeting   and   making   connections   with everyone.   GO BLUE DEVILS!!!!!

To assist in the purchasing of your child’s school

supplies, below is a list of requested items:

Middle School Supply List 2017-2018 High School 6 th Grade Supply List Standard 4 function Calculator with Square root Freshman Ti -inspire Notebook Paper Binder or Trapper Pencils Markers or Crayons Glue Scissors Highlighters Bar eraser Graph notebook (optional for math) 2 Boxes Tissues 1 Pack copy paper (for ACC Math and Reading) 7 th and 8 th Grade Supply List 1 ½ inch binder with dividers 2 folders Notebook Paper Pens (blue, black and RED) Pencils Highlighter Index cards Post it Notes 2 boxes of tissues Calculator TI 30x IIS Graph Paper notebook Dry Erase Markers NEON and Original Dry Erase erasers 7 th & 8 th Grade Language Arts ONLY 1 ½ “ -3 ring binder-PLEASE only use for this class Pack of subject dividers for 3 ring binder 2 pocket folder to keep in binder Blue /Black Pen or Pencil Red pen Highlighter Post –it-notes Notebook Paper Pencil case for 3 ring binder Tissues – homeroom teacher Index cards  Your child’s teacher may require additional items once school has started.  Please remember to check your child’s grades on Parent Assist regularly.

To reach a staff extension, call 330-547-4100.  The message will say, “If you

know your party’s extension, please dial it now.”  See "Contact Us" page for

details.

Elementary | Middle | High School
The middle school day begins at 7:45 a.m. and ends at 2:35 p.m.  The doors open at 7:30 a.m and breakfast will be available.  All middle school students should report to the cafetorium on the first day.  They will meet their first period teacher and then will receive all necessary information.
To assure compliance with Ohio law, any parent volunteering at Western Reserve Local Schools must complete a BCI and FBI check.  There is a fee for the service, approximately $56. Parents should contact the: Mahoning County Educational Service Center 100 DeBartolo Place Youngstown, OH  44512

Gym Class

As you start to look for shoes to begin the school, please consider the safety of your child and the others in the class. Shoes should be tied tight and stay on their foot. The laces should be pulled tight and tied on the top, not just put in the shoes. The shoes should bend easily. Physical education is not for a fashion statement, we need to be able to move freely. Some shoes are sold without laces, some laces are not pulled tight and I am told this is how they are to be worn, these are not safe for class. I would appreciate your co-operation with this in the upcoming school year. Thank you to the school families and the community for supporting our school.
© 2018 WR Online. All Rights Reserved

Middle School 6-8

Mr. Sauner, Principal

13850 W. Akron-Canfield Road

Berlin Center, Ohio Mahoning County 444401 USA t: (330) 547-4100

MIDDLE SCHOOL MINUTES

Mr. Sauner, Middle School Principal

Hello Western Reserve Families

Welcome   to   the   2018-2019   school   year!!   We   are   excited   for   another   fun   and successful    school    year    for    our    students,    staff,    and    families!        As    the    newly appointed    Western    Reserve    Middle    School    principal    and    District    Athletic Administrator,   it   is   my   sincere   pleasure   and   honor   to   join   the   Western   Reserve Local   Schools   family.      I   wish   for   everyone   to   know   that   they   have   my   full commitment     to     working     with     our     dedicated     staff     to     provide     the     best educational experience for our students and families.                   The   past   eleven   years   I   have   served   as   a   teacher   in   Girard   City   Schools   and administrator    for    Austintown    Local    Schools,    but    I    feel    one    of    the    most important   jobs   I   could   fulfill   in   education   is   that   of   child   advocate.      For   that reason,   I   will   strive   to   get   to   know   all   of   our   children   and   do   what   is   best   for   all of them.                  As   Middle   School   principal   and   District   Athletic   Administrator,   I   will   strive   to establish     a     clear     line     of     communication     internally     and     externally,     as communication   is   a   vital   key   to   success   in   a   school   system.      Parent   involvement is   also   vital   to   a   child’s   success,   and   we   ask   that   all   parents   continue   to   play   an active   role   in   their   education.      For   that   reason,   I   want   parents   and   students   to know   that   I   will   maintain   an   open-door   policy   where   everyone   should   always feel   welcome   to   come   to   me   with   anything   they   feel   needs      discussed.      Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions, concerns, or input at any time.                  Our   staff   recognizes   and   embraces   the   role   they   play   in   helping   children reach    their    full    potential;    they    do    not    take    the    responsibility    lightly.    They believe all students can be successful and this belief drives the work they do on a   daily   basis.      We   are   eagerly   anticipating   a   rewarding   and   successful   2018   - 2019   school   year   for   our   Blue   Devil   students   and   families.      Once   again,   I   am   so excited   for   the   opportunity   to   work   with   the   students,   staff,   and   families   of Western   Reserve   and   look   forward   to   meeting   and   making   connections   with everyone.   GO BLUE DEVILS!!!!!

To assist in the purchasing of

your child’s school supplies,

below is a list of requested

items:

Middle School Supply List 2017-2018 High School 6 th Grade Supply List Standard 4 function Calculator with Square root Freshman Ti -inspire Notebook Paper Binder or Trapper Pencils Markers or Crayons Glue Scissors Highlighters Bar eraser Graph notebook (optional for math) 2 Boxes Tissues 1 Pack copy paper (for ACC Math and Reading) 7 th and 8 th Grade Supply List 1 ½ inch binder with dividers 2 folders Notebook Paper Pens (blue, black and RED) Pencils Highlighter Index cards Post it Notes 2 boxes of tissues Calculator TI 30x IIS Graph Paper notebook Dry Erase Markers NEON and Original Dry Erase erasers 7 th & 8 th Grade Language Arts ONLY 1 ½ “ -3 ring binder-PLEASE only use for this class Pack of subject dividers for 3 ring binder 2 pocket folder to keep in binder Blue /Black Pen or Pencil Red pen Highlighter Post –it-notes Notebook Paper Pencil case for 3 ring binder Tissues – homeroom teacher Index cards  Your child’s teacher may require additional items once school has started.  Please remember to check your child’s grades on Parent Assist regularly.

To reach a staff extension, call 330-547-4100. 

The message will say, “If you know your

party’s extension, please dial it now.”  See

"Contact Us" page for details.

The middle school day begins at 7:45 a.m. and ends at 2:35 p.m.  The doors open at 7:30 a.m and breakfast will be available.  All middle school students should report to the cafetorium on the first day.  They will meet their first period teacher and then will receive all necessary information.
To assure compliance with Ohio law, any parent volunteering at Western Reserve Local Schools must complete a BCI and FBI check.  There is a fee for the service, approximately $56. Parents should contact the: Mahoning County Educational Service Center 100 DeBartolo Place Youngstown, OH  44512

Gym Class

As you start to look for shoes to begin the school, please consider the safety of your child and the others in the class. Shoes should be tied tight and stay on their foot. The laces should be pulled tight and tied on the top, not just put in the shoes. The shoes should bend easily. Physical education is not for a fashion statement, we need to be able to move freely. Some shoes are sold without laces, some laces are not pulled tight and I am told this is how they are to be worn, these are not safe for class. I would appreciate your co-operation with this in the upcoming school year. Thank you to the school families and the community for supporting our school.