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August 1, 2019

Dear Students and Parents,

It is a pleasure for me to welcome you back to school! We are planning for a great year at Ephraim Middle School. Here is a list of the items that are most important for your school registration process.

  1. Please complete your registration materials online before you come in to pay fees and pick up iPads. This needs to be completed before the dates listed below.

      -Go to the South Sanpete web site. Click on the link on the right sidebar that says: 
            Student Registration/PowerSchool.  
      -Log in and follow the link:
            To enroll/register your student, choose School Forms from this icon 
      -Then click on: 
            School Forms.  

(Please include two parent/guardian contact cell phone numbers and emergency contact info for individuals not living in the same household. If applicable, please include a cell phone number for your student.)

  1. * 8th Graders may pay fees, receive lockers, schedules and iPads
    Thursday, August 8, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

        * 6th Graders may pay fees, receive lockers, schedules, and iPads
        Monday, August 12, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
        **Student & Parent Orientation will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the
        Commons**

        * 7th Graders may pay fees, receive lockers, schedules, iPads and tour
        the school 
Tuesday, August 13, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
        

If you are unable to attend your designated registration day, please come Wednesday, August 14th from 8:00am - 3:00pm. (No schedules will be given out early).

All parents should complete registration papers online again this year, as stated above in #1. Please contact the school secretaries if you need any assistance with this (435) 283-4037.

  1. Classes begin on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 7:55 am. We will be on our early day schedule that first day—1:40 dismissal.

  2. ENROLLMENT FOR NEW STUDENTS- This can be done August 1st & 2nd from 9:00am - 2:00pm.

If your student is not planning on returning to Ephraim Middle School, please notify us as soon as possible so we can send their files sent to their new school.

Thanks for your attention to these items. We look forward to seeing EMS students soon!

John Gillett, Principal, Ephraim Middle School

"Prepare Today!"

 

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Dear Parents and Students,

            The administration, teachers, and staff hope you have had a great summer. As you begin your preparation for the upcoming school year we want to remind you of important district policies regarding the dress code. The main goal of the district dress code policy is to dress for success and keep a positive and safe school environment. The following is a reminder and abbreviated list of current district policies regarding dress code. For a complete list see the South Sanpete District web site, https://www.ssanpete.org/policies/j-students/618-jfca-dress-and-grooming-standards.htm

CLOTHING:

  1. All clothing must be modest and close to the knee.
  2. Shirts, blouses, tops, dresses, and other such clothing shall be modest (not see-through) and
    1. cover the midriff, back, sides, and undergarments at all times;
    2. (as a guideline) have necklines that are not lower than a straight line from the top of the underarm across to opposite underarm;
    3. have sleeves that cover the shoulders;
  3. No mutilated, cut off, frayed or deliberately altered clothing. (please no holes above the knee)
  4. Advertisements, pictures, references, writings, promotions of harmful or illegal substances (such as tobacco, drugs, alcohol, etc.).
  5. No obscene, lewd, sexual innuendos, racial, ethnic, indecent, vulgar, violent, or inappropriate sayings, writing, diagrams, or pictures are allowed on clothing or personal belongings.

HAIR:

  1. Hair color shall be within the spectrum of natural hair colors.

FOOTWEAR:

  1. Safe and appropriate footwear must be worn at all times to ensure personal safety and good hygiene.
  2. It is strongly recommended that flip-flops not be worn to school due to health and safety concerns.

We hope you enjoy the last few weeks of summer and are as excited as we are for the upcoming school year.

             Sincerley,

EMS Administration

 

EMS_Dress_Code_Letter.docx

District Dress Code

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