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News : Trenton Middle School Registration Set For August 12th
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/7 9:51:10 (270 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Middle School registration schedule shows 5th graders next Tuesday morning, August 12th, from 8 until 11 o'clock.
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Sixth graders are to pickup their schedule in the office the evening of Thursday, August 14th from 5:30 until 5:45, then report to the Trenton Middle School gymnasium at 5:45 for a mock schedule.

7th grade registration is the evening of August 18th at 5:30. 8th grade registration is the evening of August 19th at 5:30. Both are to begin with a general registration in the Trenton Middle School gymnasium. Each group then will be split for 2 smaller sessions. Session “A” will be regular registration in the Commons and office areas. Students will receive schedules and locker assignments. Trenton Middle School officials say students may take supplies to put in their lockers. Session “B” will be the orientation and i-pad distribution. Students with a parent there will get to take their i-pad home that night.

Students will not receive their I-pads without a parent attendance, and participation at 1 of the sessions.

Optional insurance will be available for $25. School officials say be prepared to complete paperwork and pay for insurance that night. There's no coverage without
payment.

School officials say the evening of August 20th at 5:30 is the alternative night for those unable to attend the earlier sessions.

Students will not be able to register early.

Questions can be directed to Trenton Middle School.

Classes begin August 20th at Trenton.

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