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  • shutterstock_1359051047.jpg (7087×4252) Transition Update from Dr. Wright, Principal


    Greetings Alcorn Knights Community:


    We are happy to announce that we will be transitioning to Phase II of virtual learning. Thursday, October 15th and Friday, October 16th were asynchronous learning (students will have self-paced activities to complete). Please continue to visit Alcorn Middle School’s website, Twitter, Facebook, and/or Instagram for updates. The October Newsletter shares more details.

    District updates will be posted at


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     October Edition



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    Every October, schools and organizations across the country join STOMP Out Bullying™ in observing National Bullying Prevention Month. The goal: encourage schools, communities and organizations to work together to stop bullying and cyberbullying and put an end to hatred and racism by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of all forms of bullying on all children of all ages.


    Wear Orange on Wednesday, October 21st to stand against bullying.


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    Pink Out Day - October 23, 2020


    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease, and the "pink ribbon" has become an international symbol of Breast Cancer Awareness. Wear pink on October 23rd to increase awareness about breast cancer.


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    This Alcorn Middle School Parent Counseling Department Needs Assessment will be used to determine the topics discussed during classroom guidance with your child. Thank you for your help and participation!


    The survey link is:


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    Media Center

    What's happening in the Media Center?


    Take a look:

     Library Cart ReConnectED!


    Richland Library is working with your school district to provide library cards to ALL students.


    Elementary Students

     Register for a card online at


    Middle and High Students

     Your Student ID number is now a library card. Your PIN is the last four digits of your ID number.


    Top 10 Ways to Get ConnectED:

    • Get homework help from an online tutor right when you need it using

    • Stream or download six free songs every week on Freegal.

    • Find your next favorite read using our personalized book recommendation service.

    • Download eBooks on Overdrive or Cloud Library.

    • Enjoy animated picture books and read-along chapter books on TumbleBooks.

    • Access TV shows, movies and comics on Hoopla.

    • Learn something new on Lynda or Niche Academy.

    • Do your research with our many research databases for students.

    • Brush up on your test taking skills with practice SAT and ACT tests on Learning Express.

    • Have a question but don’t know where to start?


    Use our Ask a Librarian service. Find out more at


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  • Positive Join Educational Talent Search (ETS)


    Beginning in the seventh grade, Educational Talent Search college advisors work with students and their parents to encourage them to consider college, to ensure that they are enrolled in college preparatory courses and to assist them with admissions and financial aid applications.


    Take advantage of our services • College tours • Etiquette education • Leadership training • Goal setting and study skills • Financial aid workshops • College search guidance • SAT/ACT fee waivers • College application fee waivers • Summer enrichment programs.


    For questions regarding ETS, please contact:

    Mrs. Paulia D. Williams, College Advisor


    ETS Application




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