5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
2:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Community Day, on Sat., Feb. 20, 10 am-3 pm @ PHS, is offering many new carnival games made by high school students, fabulous prizes, business vendors, face painting by the Asa Clark Art Club, inflatables, cake walk, free arts & crafts by Champions, delicious food vendors, terrific silent auctions and raffles, book fair, and so much more! Free childcare provided by Champions with donation to the Pewaukee Food Pantry
3, 2, 1, BLAST OFF - BAND CONCERTThe 7th and 8th grade bands of Asa Clark Middle School will be taking a journey to infinity and beyond on ’s a concert that is sure to be out of this world! Both ensembles have worked incredibly hard to showcase this wonderful display of music. Songs from 7th grade will include Project Mercury, Clouds, and Sky while the 8th grade will perform an intricate piece entitled "To Challenge The Sky and Heavens Above" and more. The bands will combine to perform a concert full of rich stories and exciting rhythms featuring music from Star Wars. Be sure to join us for a magical night with infinite possibilities.
SPRING INTO SONGS OF WORLD MUSIC - CHOIR CONCERT
The Concert Choir of Asa Clark Middle School will be performing a concert (free to the public) on March 17, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the PHS Auditorium. Choir students will be singing songs of Irish celebration, American folk stories, African culture and more. In addition to Concert Choir students performing, students who are participating in the WSMA Solo and Ensemble Festival will also perform this evening. This is sure to be an event you do not want to miss!
Congratulations to Jival and Allison who are Asa Clark’s 1st and 2nd place winners of the 2016 National Geographic Geography Bee. The competition was tough, and it took six rounds before we had our winners. Jival will now move on to take an online assessment to see if he qualifies for the Wisconsin State Geography Bee in Madison this spring. Great job Jival and Allison!
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Asa Clark Middle School recognizes students who are exemplifying Core Competencies (critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and innovation, collaboration, citizenship, communication, information technology, and college/career readiness). On December 23, 2015, the following students were recognized during morning announcements, a photo of them is currently displayed in the schools' recognition display case, and they received a Pirate Pride Certificate:
|Alison Jo Brehm||Megan Brown||Nathan Carerros|
|Joshua Cottrill||Maya Flynn||Ian Franda|
|Sydney Gergen||Tea Goodmanson||Manal Hasan|
|Daisy Hong||Emily Kading||Matthew Knitter|
|Saanvi Kshetramade||Braeden Lange||Sara Laszkiewicz|
|Corinne Loth||Janvi Malik||Jesse McNulty|
|Allison Moysis||Joshua Petersen||Mya Pham|
|Djordje Plavsic||Rebekah Schmitz||Skyler Stormoen|
|Emily Thomas||Luke Truog||Isabelle Yuskis|
Parent/teacher conferences at Asa Clark Middle School were held on October 22, 2015, and will also be held on March 10, 2016 from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Student progress reports for Term 4 will be handed out at the March 10th conferences. Please remember that student grades can always be accessed through Skyward Family Access.
Asa Clark Middle School's conference format is designed for 5 minute conferences with teachers of your choice. If you need a longer conference than 5 minutes, feel free to contact any of your middle school child's teachers to schedule a different conference time. During conferences, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math, Fitness, Chinese and French teachers will be located in the Asa Clark gym; all other teachers will be conferencing in their classroom.
Questions and concerns related to parent/teacher conferences can be directed to Mrs. Carrigan, Principal Secretary (262-695-5034 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
We invite you to join the Fusion Page for School Counselor Mrs. Plach. Once a member, you will be able to receive updates to community information and announcements that are posted on this site, as well as access links to information on our bullying prevention program, resources for parenting teens, and more.
If you do not have a School Fusion account, you can find directions to register for an account here.
Please call the Attendance Office (262-695-5024) each morning (prior to 7:30 a.m.) your child will be absent from school or tardy to school. If your child has an appointment during the school day, send a note with your child stating the time they need to leave and the reason. Your child should bring this note to the Attendance Office prior to 1st hour the day of their appointment to get an off-campus permit.