Johannesburg-Lewiston Middle School



Tuesday June 6th
PTO Meeting
at 6:00 p.m. - Johannesburg

Wednesday, June 7th
& Thursday, June 8th
4th & 5th Grade Lansing Field Trip

Thursday, June 8th .
Underclassmen Awards
at 1:45 p.m. in the H.S. Gym

Friday, June 9th
1st & 2nd Grade Field Trip Mackinaw

Sunday, June 11th
Athletic Golf Outing

at 10:00 a.m. Otsego Club

Monday, June 12th
M.S. Honor Roll Field Trip
at Otsego Park

Tuesday, June 13th
Middle School Awards
at 9:00 a.m.

& M.S. Lock-In at 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, June 14th
Last day of SCHOOL!
(Full Day)

Happy Summer!

June 15-17th
Basketball Camp grades 3rd-6th

June 19th-21st, 2017
Volleyball Skills Camp
Grades 5th-8th (2-4 p.m.)
Grades 9-12 (10 -1pm)
$20 due Monday, June 5th

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Updated 6/6/17

Johannesburg-Lewiston Little League

2017 Softball Schedule

2017 Baseball May Schedule

2017 Baseball June Schedule


Sports physicals will be available on 2 dates in the Lewiston OMH Clinic

Tuesday, June 13th from 4:00-7:00 PM
Tuesday, August 8th from 4:00-7:00 p.m.

Cost is $15.00.  Cash or check only. 

No appointment is needed
but a parent must be present.

Daily Schedule

(8:20 a.m. ~ 3:07 p.m.)
1st Hour ~ 8:20 - 9:11 a.m.
2nd Hour ~ 9:15 - 10:06 a.m.
3rd Hour ~ 10:10 - 11:01 a.m.
4th Hour ~ 11:05 - 11:55 a.m.
11:55 a.m. - 12:25 p.m.
5th Hour ~ 12:29 - 1:19 p.m.
6th Hour ~ 1:23 - 2:13 p.m.
7th Hour ~ 2:17 - 3:07 p.m.

Johannesburg Elementary
& Middle School P.T.O

It's a GREAT Day to be a Cardinal!


6th Grade
Owen Hummel
Mitchell Hall

   7th Grade
Paige Middleton
Kennedy Johnson

8th Grade

Amanda Korff
Phoebe Kayner

The Montmorency County Fair
is looking for Queen Contestants. 
If you are interested, flyers available in the
high school office.

Just a friendly reminder:
Dress code for the last quarter of school, shorts may be worn, but must have finished edges, be neat in appearance, and be no shorter than four inches from the knee. Students shall not wear tank tops, halter tops, garments with spaghetti straps, or strapless garments. Garments that are “see through”, low cut, or expose one’s midriff are not acceptable. Sleeveless garments must extend to the end of the shoulders and fit closely under the arms. The shoulder must be completely covered.  Also, even though flip flops are allowed, students go outside for recess every day and we have wood chips on the playground. We have come across students getting slivers and wood chips in their toes. We highly recommend tennis shoes for the playground.

*Reminder: There is absolutely no charging after Friday May 12, 2017. Everyone must have sufficient money in their hot lunch account, or have daily funds to pay for their lunch. An alternate lunch will be offered to children that do not have enough lunch money. 



The purpose of the program is to build self-esteem, responsibility, and team cooperation.
Our theme will be selected by the students in September. Advisory classes will create
a mascot, slogan, and a team T-shirt.

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Absentees/Tardiness Policy
Regular attendance at school is not only required by law but is essential to the learning process.
PARENT CONTACT WITH THE OFFICE IS REQUIRED when your child is absent. Please submit all doctor notes.
1. When a student has accumulated 4 absences in a marking period a letter will be sent from the office to
the parents informing them of their child's absence record.
2. If a student accumulates 7 absences in a marking period a complaint may be filed with the County
Prosecuting Attorney's Office or the County Truant Officer.

Middle School Expectations
Students are expected to follow five general rules in each of their middle school classes.They are:
1. Listen and be attentive when others are speaking.
2. Respect others and their property.
3. Be prompt and come to class prepared.
4. Speak respectively to put-downs.
5. No gum chewing.
The consequences for not meeting these expectations are:
1. A verbal warning from the teacher.
2. Removal from the group.
3. Student phone parent.
4. Student meets with Mr. Hausbeck.
Individual teachers may find it necessary to alter or add to the lists. If this is necessary students are informed of the changes.

Class Trips & After School Activities

Students will have a number of opportunities for educational trips and activities.
A reminder to students that these trips are privileges and that your behavior in the classroom
is used to determine if you have earned this privilege.

We supply students with a variety of supplies. However, we do ask that each student
come to school with the following items:

1. Four 3-ring binders (1.5 inch or 2 inch)
2. A pocket folder for each class, unless binder has pockets in it.
3. Pencils (#2), pens (black, blue & red)
4. Pencil/pen pouch or container
5. Paper
6. Colored Pencils
7. 3 Brown Grocery Bags for Book Covers
8. An assignment notebook/daily planner will be provided...if lost the student must
purchase a new planner from the office.

If a family is unable to provide the necessary items, students should speak privately

All electronic devices including cellular phones must be turned off, kept out of sight, and may not be used during school hours.

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The Johannesburg-Lewiston Middle School Mission Statement
The Johannesburg-Lewiston Middle School Staff provides a learning and social environment which bridges the gap between elementary and high school.
Our goals are to instill in our students responsibility and respect toward self, peers, and community. We will provide an educational environment which develops independent learners by teaching problem solving, cooperative learning, and organizational skills.

Mrs. Brown's

Friendly Reminder:
Please send a note to the office, in writing, if bus plans change, if you are picking up your child, or if your child is
attending Cardinal Club. All notes and/or calls MUST be in the office by noon.
date, add first and last name of student. Thank you!

The Lost and Found for K-8 grades is in the Multi-Purpose Room. Please check for lost items.

Johannesburg-Lewiston Middle School
10854 M-32
Johannesburg, MI 49751

Updated 6/6/17

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