February 14, 2006
Internet Safety: What You Don't Know Can Hurt Your Child
1 in 5 children receive unwanted sexual solicitations online.
Computers and the internet have revolutionized the way we live, work and communicate. But, progress like this is almost always accompanied by new dangers and responsibilities.
MCMS Parent Corps is in the process of planning an evening of sharing information and resources to help parents navigate the world of computers and the internet and keep their children safe.
Date and time to be announced.
Posted by Jammie Knight at 7:47 PM
February 6, 2006
Signs of Drug Use
School Activity/School Performance
Drug Specific Signs
To view signs/symptoms of drug use in the above categories, click below.
Posted by Jammie Knight at 7:32 AM
February 2, 2006
Posted by Jammie Knight at 7:12 AM
February 1, 2006
Click below to see street/slang terms used in the drug world.
Posted by Jammie Knight at 4:19 PM
DID YOU KNOW?
Moms, dads and grandparents are the most trusted sources of information for 9- to 13- year olds.
The vast majority of adults in America are concerned about underage alcohol use. They support measures to help reduce underage alcohol use, such as stricter controls on alcohol sales, advertising, and promotion.
Posted by Jammie Knight at 11:16 AM
FREE BOOK AVAILABLE TO NEW MEMBERS
Teens Under The Influence:
The Truth About Kids, Alcohol, and Other Drugs--
How to Recognize the Problem and What to Do About It
This 414 page book is an awesome resource for parents and available at no cost thru
Mt. Carmel Middle School Parent Corps.
One copy per family, please.
Posted by Jammie Knight at 11:12 AM
Friday, February 24, 2006
During Advisory Period, students will hear motivational speaker Justin Terry discuss peer pressure and good decision making.
The presentation will begin at approximately 2:37 p.m. in the gymnasium of MCMS.
Parents are welcome.
Posted by Jammie Knight at 10:57 AM
320 Students Pledge to be Drug-Free
During the lunch hours of Monday, October 24, MCMS Parent Corps was on hand giving students the chance to sign a pledge to be drug-free. More than 90% of the student body rose to the occasion!
Upon signing the pledge, students were given a debossed wristband bearing the message "Make A Difference".
Posted by Jammie Knight at 10:46 AM
Mt. Carmel Middle School
Posted by Jammie Knight at 10:40 AM