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Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girl who is interested in playing soccer next fall, please attend the Girls Soccer Meeting on Wednesday, April 14 from 10:30-10:45am in Mrs. O'Malley's Zoom room: https://cciu.zoom.us/my/omalleymath

Put that "Get More Math" into practice in a friendly Patton "Math Night" competition. You will visit math game rooms like Jeopardy, Math Bingo, 24 and Kahoot. Various prizes will be raffled. If over 40 people register, Mathnasium will raffle off a premium electronic device (like an iPad, Beats by Dr. Dre or Apple Watch)!  Registration is free!

Many people with Autism have difficulty processing everyday sensory information. Some may be hyper-sensitive and over-react and some may be hypo-sensitive and under-reactive to the sensory input such as sounds, lights, and colors. This video explains what that may be like for a person with Autism.

NACD Poster Contest The NACD poster contest, open to students in grades K-12, offers young people an opportunity to express their views on natural resource issues through the medium of art. Students’ submissions are judged in five age categories according to the conservation message, visual effectiveness, originality, and universal appeal. Pennsylvania conservation districts wishing to participate in the NACD Poster Contest should submit their entries to PACD. The entry deadline is June 30. Posters must be submitted to PACD via email to dyoung@pacd.org. Conservation districts will need to take a photo of the posters individually and save each JPEG as the student’s name. Also, the student’s Poster Contest Entry Form and the Local to State Contest Form will need to be emailed with the JPEG photos. Mailed, hardcopy posters will not be accepted.

Over the spring break, FTC Robotics team Silver Wolves attended two robotics competitions virtually. The first, the qualifiers, was on the March 27t and they won the Robot Performance Award and the Champions Award. In the PA-East regional championships on April 3 they won the Core Values and Robot Performance Award! Congratulations!

Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girl who is interested in playing soccer next fall, please attend the Girls Soccer Meeting on Wednesday, April 14 from 10:30-10:45am in Mrs. O'Malley's Zoom room: https://cciu.zoom.us/my/omalleymath

Many people with Autism have difficulty processing everyday sensory information. Some may be hyper-sensitive and over-react and some may be hypo-sensitive and under-reactive to the sensory input such as sounds, lights, and colors. This video explains what that may be like for a person with Autism.

Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girl who is interested in playing soccer next fall, please attend the Girls Soccer Meeting on Wednesday, April 14 from 10:30-10:45am in Mrs. O'Malley's Zoom room: https://cciu.zoom.us/my/omalleymath

Many people with Autism have difficulty processing everyday sensory information. Some may be hyper-sensitive and over-react and some may be hypo-sensitive and under-reactive to the sensory input such as sounds, lights, and colors. This video explains what that may be like for a person with Autism.

Emma González

  • A Cuban-American gun control activist who survived the Parkland school shooting in 2018.
  • Co-founded March for our Lives, a student-led protest against gun violence.
  • Emma has turned their focus towards encouraging young people to register to vote & make their voices heard.

Please join us on Friday April 9th at 7:00 pm for Patton Middle School's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat! The musical will take place over a Zoom Webinar at https://cciu.zoom.us/j/95148462644

Over the spring break, CTC Robotics team Silver Wolves attended two robotics competitions virtually. The first, the qualifiers, was on the March 27t and they won the Robot Performance Award and the Champions Award. In the PA-East regional championships on April 3 they won the Core Values and Robot Performance Award! Congratulations

Make Mrs. Rafferty Happy Wednesday was a huge success.  We had a wonderful turnout for our first book talk on Dry, by Neal Schusterman.  The meeting went so well that we were only able to discuss part 1 of the book. Next week we will be discussing parts 2 and 3 of the book. There's plenty of time to catch up if you would like to join us next Wednesday. We look forward to having even more students join us on Wednesday, April 14th to discuss Schusterman's thriller. 

Please join us on Friday April 9th at 7:00 pm for Patton Middle School's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat! The musical will take place over a Zoom Webinar at https://cciu.zoom.us/j/95148462644

The Charles F. Patton Middle School Yearbook is a one of a kind publication. It’s a limited edition collection of stories and events from the school year, and time is running out to reserve a copy. The 2021 yearbook is $40.  The deadline to order is May 1st. Very few, if any, copies will be available so act now and reserve your book today! If you have not ordered, you can do so easily by going to sscyearbooks.com and following the instructions.The yearbook staff has been working hard putting together a great book - so don’t delay, purchase your yearbook today!

Up next in the Patton Hawks Spring Trio of Events is the Patton Math Night! Friday, April 23rd from 7 - 8:15 PM. Put that "Get More Math" into practice in friendly Patton "Math Night" competition. Register using this link, there is no entry fee! You will visit math game rooms like Jeopardy, Math Bingo, 24 and Kahoot. Various prizes will be raffled. If over 40 people register, Mathnasium will raffle off a premium electronic device (like an iPad, Beats by Dr. Dre or Apple Watch)!  Registration is free!

HawkTV Live!

HawkTV is a daily, live morning newscast, which is broadcast throughout the school as well as online. This entirely student-produced program is comprised of students working both on camera as presenters as well as behind the scenes in the production crew. Students and teachers are also involved in the broadcast through special announcements as well as student-created videos.