Midland Adventist Academy

"Teaching minds, touching hearts, training hands for Jesus.
What's New on our website?

   What's New in our photo gallery?

   March 22 - Kindergarten Roundup
   March 14 - Senior Squares (Seniors)
   March 3 - High School Spirit Week
   March 3 - Reader's Theater (1st & 2nd)
   March 2 - Biomes (3rd & 4th)
   February 16 - Kaleidoscope (3rd & 4th)
   February 15 - Principal's Pics

 

 

What's coming up

Church Ministry - Mar 28, Sat 10:00 AM - HS Band, Choir and Diversity @ KC Maranatha Spanish
Junk Scramble (Middle School) - Mar 28, Sat 8:00 PM - Stay tuned - more info to follow
HS SA Sadie Hawkins - Mar 29, Sun 4:00 PM - Girls ask the guys - your chance has arrived! We will...
Hot Lunch - Pasta Seniors - Mar 30, Mon - Pasta with marinara sauce, garlic bread, green beans,...
Hot Lunch - Haystacks - Mar 31, Tue - Haystacks (gluten-free), pudding, lemonade Meals are...
BBall and VBall at CVA (7-8) - Apr 1, Wed - a trip to CVA
Hot Lunch - Veggie-burgers - Apr 1, Wed - Veggie-burgers, chips, fruit, ice cream sandwiches,...
Hot Lunch - Spaghetti - Apr 2, Thu - Spaghetti, garlic bread, green beans, fruit, cookies,...
Hot Lunch - Quesadillas - Apr 3, Fri - Quesadillas (athletics) Meals are $3.75, or $37.50 for...
PowerUp Weekend - Apr 3, Fri - Calling high school students to KC Youth Power Up weekend...


Ambassadors for Adventist Christian Education

The operating board and administration of Midland Adventist Academy are committed to increasing enrollment in our school. We are asking you to pray for our school that we can find every student that needs to be here and to help spread the message that we still have space in our classrooms for the 2015-2016 school year, that we have assistance available to help meet financial challenges, and that we are building a solid educational foundation in our K-2 classrooms by providing one teacher per grade level.


YAMA Elementary Music Festival

​Twenty Midland students from grades 5-8 traveled to Lincoln, NE on March 19 for the annual YAMA Music Festival. Held at College View Academy, students from College View, George Stone, and Midland joined together in singing about the ways God speaks to us through His word and nature.

The students participated in rehearsals, sang at an assisted living center and finished up the evening with a concert in the CVA gym. More than 85 students took part, all singing their hearts out to the glory of God.


Midland Stampede 2015

​The latest edition of the Midland Stampede Golf Tournament, hosted by Falcon Ridge, looks like it's going to be a great success again this year. Dozens of golfers are expected to sign up for a fun day of golf, contests, breakfast/lunch and so much more - will you be one of them this year?

The event will include breakfast, a 4-person scramble, catered lunch, and awards receptions following the golf. A variety of prizes will be awarded for various contests on the course; if you'd like an idea of what the prizes were like last year you can take a look here on the Stampede website (it will soon be updated with the new prize list for 2015). If you'd like the chance to make some of the prizes your own while helping Midland at the same time, be sure and register for this May 15th event.


Vistor's Day (Grades 1-12)

Now that we've had Kindergarten Roundup, it's time to mark your calendar for Friday, April 24; that's Visitor's Day for students in grades 1-12. Call the school to make your reservation (913) 268-7400 ext. 1 and watch here for more information.

Midland is a great school, and we'd love to have you here to make it even better!


Fourth Quarter Has Begun

Welcome back to Midland to start the fourth and final quarter of the 2014/2015 school year. Depending on who you are, this year has either gone by rapidly, or barely at a crawl! But no matter which way it's been for you, a lot of learning, teaching, and training has gone on through the first seven months. To help you put the last two months of this year into perspective, here are a couple of random facts to consider:
 
  • Graduation is 9 weeks away
  • The seniors have 37 more chances for hot lunch
  • The 2015/2106 school year starts in 20 weeks
  • Our kindergarten class has 101 months until they start high school
  • When this year's senior class was born, there was no Google, iPhone, Facebook, or Twitter

Local Scholarship Opportunity (LAST WEEK)

The Shawnee Chamber of Commerce is taking applications for its annual Betty Charlton Scholarship award.

The $1,500 scholarship was founded in memory of Betty Charlton, who was a strong supporter of education, and provides education assistance to area students. To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must be a graduating high school senior who attends school in Shawnee, or a resident of Shawnee who will continue his or her education through a two- or four-year college or technical school.

Applications for the 2015 academic years need to be completed online and submitted by 5 p.m. on Mar. 27, 2015. For more information, check this article from the Shawnee Dispatch. If you wish to go directly to a list of available Greater Kansas City scholarships, click here.


Dishes and Desserts

The weekend is a time of relaxation and enjoyment – but often the preparations of the home cause unwanted stress. The junior class of 2016 seeks to alleviate some of that stress by preparing delicious meals and desserts for your weekend activities. Let us help you get ready for your weekend! We're excited to bring you delicious pastas, vegetarin meat dishes, muffins, cupcakes, and much more.

If you choose to order, you can expect a well-made meal or dessert to be waiting for you when you pick up your kids on Friday. To find out more, click here.


Fundraisers. LOTS of Fundraisers!

storytime logoNever let it be said that Midland didn't provide enough fundraisers so that at least one of them should attract your interest! Plastic bags, car washes, Chieftan apples, boxtops for Education, you name it. To make it easier on your eyes, here's a link to our fundraiser page.

Take a look, and give to our heart's content. (10/1)


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