Midland Adventist Academy

"Teaching minds, touching hearts, training hands for Jesus.
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   What's New in our photo gallery?

   May 5 - High School Music Concert (9-12)
   May 3 - Elementary Music Concert (K-8)
   April 23 - Gymnastics Home Show
   April 23 - Diversity to Kingsville, MO
   April 12 - JumpStart Storytime - Baseball
   March 27 - Kindergarten Roundup
   February 27 - Teddy Bear Clinic

 


And We're Done!

Graduation week (and weekend) at Midland Adventist Academy is now over, and we've finished up yet another school year. Thanks for helping us celebrate the achievements of our wonderful and talented students! We had 11 kindergarten graduates, 12 from eighth grade, and eight members of the HS senior class. Much laughter, much cheering, and yes, the occasional tear. Congratulations to you all!

And just so you know, we're already looking forward to NEXT year, Midland Adventist Academy is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year. Please call Mrs. Fairchild (913) 268-7400 ext. 1, if you know of someone who would like information or who would like to visit the school. Remember that you receive a $50 discount when the General Fee is paid by July 15.


SA Elections

SA Elections for the 2016-2017 school year were held on May 6, and for only the second time in SA history, there is a returning president. (Katie Tucker was the first). Class elections (other than the Freshman class of 2020) will be completed during the Broken Arrow retreat in August, 2016. Here is a list of the elected officers for the coming year; be sure and serve your classmates well!

 

 Office  Student Association
 President  Owen Uhrmacher
 Vice President  Colin Craig  (Social VP)
 Secretary  Chandis Raygor
 Treasurer   Chandis Raygor
 Pastor / Religious VP  Estibaliz Vazquez
 SA Senators  Brycen Nelson (12), Andrew Helmer (9)
 Communications  Kyle Kropf
 Music Coordinator  Carrie Helmer

Summer Enrichment - JCCC

JCCCJCCC has spent the last two years revamping their summer enrichment camps to focus on middle and high school students exclusively.

The goal has been to expand career and technical education exploration opportunities, and whenever possible, allow the students to access academic resources of the college. This includes a healthcare operating room simulator, brand new culinary kitchens, the Carlsen Center performing arts space, computer/CAD labs, campus farm, music studio, etc.

This summer, courses will be offered during June, July, and August for both half and full days with more than 100 camp options. Subjects will include archeology - art - biotechnology - business skills - computer programming - culinary arts - debate - engineering - horticulture - music - STEM - and much more.

The college is also excited about the many offerings they have put together just for middle school students. Enrollment has already begun and classes are filling up! For more information, here's a link to their catalog of youth classes.


Summer Reading Program

AccreditationMidland would like to pass along friendly greetings from the Shawnee branch of the Johnson County Library! As the school year winds to a close, JCL is gearing up their annual summer reading program. The theme this year is On Your Mark, Get Set, READ! and it will run May 22 through August 6.

As in years past, there will be an online Summer Reading Club as well as a paper log. Kids can also enjoy fun activities like Read to a Dog, craft sessions, and several hands-on educational programs all summer long. Additionally, the Kansas City Zoomobile will be paying a visit as a well as Music with Mar. And for those of you who may be, um, older than our students, JCL also has an adult Summer Reading Club – be sure and check it out. You might even challenge your student to see who can read the most pages!

The library will be delivering Summer Reading Club posters and bookmarks to Midland in the near future - make sure and pick up some information. Remember - reading a good book is like having a good friend that's always there.


Show Your Love for Midland

No phones Midland productsAre you proud that your children attend Midland? Want to show your pride and help advertise for our school at the same time? Then do we have a deal for you...

We now have Midland mouse pads and license plate holders in stock that retail for the low, low, price of only $5.00 each. See Mrs. Fairchild in the office before they're all snapped up!

Keep watching our website, we'll soon have a page of additional Midland-themed items that you'll be able to purchase if you just gotta have one. And you know you'll want to!


Kansas History

April 1935: A massive front darkened the entire Midwest in clouds of dust on Black Sunday. The Dust Bowl devastated farmers across the plains and they finally changed their farming practices.
 



 

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