Parent & Student Weekly Email
Nitschmann Middle School Weekly Update
100 Years of Learning @ Home of the Nitschmann Nation
Sunday, January 16, 2022, to Sunday, January 23, 2022
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BASD Covid Mitigation Level (link to BASD) – Tier 3 (Universal masking for all students & staff, grades PreK-12)
ALL NEW COVID REPORTING MUST BE DONE THROUGH THE BASD WEBSITE at www.basdschools.org.
- No School Monday January 17 in honor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.
- ALL NEW COVID REPORTING MUST BE DONE THROUGH THE BASD WEBSITE at www.basdschools.org. Use the flag at the top of the site. Please do not call or email school to report COVID.
- Has your child received new vaccinations, including COVID or Booster? Email a copy of the immunization record/card to our school nurses (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) or send a copy with your child. Your child’s BASD Health Record will be updated.
- Reminder for all students – Hoods, headphones, and hats are not permitted to be worn in school.
- End of the 2nd Quarter/1st Semester – The end of the 2nd Q & 1st Semester occurs on Monday, January 24th. Please double check Schoology with your child to make sure all assignments are turned in & completed before this date.
- 2021-2022 NMS Yearbooks now on sale! Cost: $30.00–NOW through January 14th–DISCOUNT $36.00–January 15-28. Due Date: Orders must be submitted by Friday, January 28, 2022. Two Ways to Order:
1. Online: Go to: yearbookordercenter.com Enter NMS Code: 5049 OR 2. In-School Order Form: Fill out the bottom portion of this form, and place the money and order form in an envelope labeled with the student name and homeroom. Turn in all forms to your homeroom teacher by Friday, January 28, 2022. Make checks to Nitschmann Middle School.
***Links to Review ******************************************************************************
BASD Parent Portals Link (Schoology, Home Access Center, SchoolCafe, etc.)
***Weekly Schedule & Highlights @ BASD NMS Event Calendar*****************************************
See all long-term events on our BASD NMS Event Calendar on the BASD Website
|Monday||1/17||School Closed, MLK Holiday|
|Tuesday||1/18||6||8th grade band and orchestra audition prep group lessons|
|Wednesday||1/19||1||LHS New 9th Grade Orientation @ LHS 7pmLHS band and orchestra auditions during the day|
|Thursday||1/20||2||8th Graders LHS Course Selection Day 2 – Submit Requested Courses NMS Spelling Bee 6pm|
|Monday||1/24||4||Last Day of the 2nd Quarter/1st Semester|
|Tuesday||1/25||5||First Day of the 3rd Quarter/2nd SemesterNew Encore Rotation 4 Begins Today (R4)2nd New 6th Grader Family Welcome Night 7pm Auditorium|
***School-wide Announcements ************************************************************************
BASD eNews from Dr. Roy – This week’s BASD eNews contains:
Highlighted Events, BASD Staff, Students, and Graduates including
-January 17, 2022 – Bethlehem’s NAACP Rev. Martin Luthern King Jr. Day Parade
-BASD Student of the Week from Marvine Elementary School
-BASD Staff of the Week from Nitschmann Middle School
-Built by Bethlehem Graduate of Freedom High School – Class of 1996
I hope you enjoy! BASD eNews from Dr. Roy
Schoolwide Library Services (Werkheiser) firstname.lastname@example.org for help with books or services.
The library website is full of resources for students.
The Lion’s Den School Store (Roufakis & Evancho) – The school store is selling 100th Birthday shirts to celebrate Nitschmann’s birthday. They are $10. Be sure to get yours and your child’s to wear to all of this year’s special events. Help us celebrate 100 years of Lion’s pride!
***Student Services Updates ************************************************************************
Contact Members of the Student Services Team by email: Mrs. Woodson, Assistant Principal; Mrs. Scott, SSC Guidance Secretary; Mrs. Falcone, SSC Attendance Secretary
6th Grade: Mr. Kehler’s Counseling Google Site for Students Donate:Library Equity, A Quiet Place, Hanging around
7th Grade: Mrs. Hipp’s Counseling Google Site for Students
8th Grade: Ms. Stewart’s Counseling Google Site for Students
Tutoring Opportunity through Bethlehem Area Public Library
***Core & Encore Team Updates *********************************************************************
Team Lafayette (6th) (Twitter @NMSLafayette Team Leader Mrs. Hackman) See our welcome letter on the NMS Website! Congratulations to our Pride of the Lions winners for the month: Mia Deemer and Leah Langkamer. Great work this week submitting work, having charged laptops, and doing the right things in the caf! Continue to impress, Team Lafayette. Stay well, all students and families.
Team Lehigh (6th) (Twitter @NMSTeamLehigh/ Facebook @NitschmannTeamLehigh Team Leader Mrs. Oliver) See our welcome letter on the NMS Website! Congratulations to our December Pride of the Lions: Ava Tomac and Emerson Blasi – Thank you for your hard work!! The end of the 2nd marking period is 1 week away. Check your grade reports to be sure all your grades are in good standing. Look for missing assignments and/or assignments that can be remediated and get working on them. We have had many absences from school lately. If you are out, please check schoology to see what we are doing in class and if you feel up to it, get it done so that you do not come back to school behind. Also, as we move further into the school year, the use of calculators in math is becoming more crucial both in class and for homework. The TI-30x is probably the best buy as it is the cheapest of the calculators that are versatile enough to last throughout middle school. These can be purchased at Walmart, Target, Staples, etc. The school store does have a limited supply of them as well. If you need one, please get one soon, you will need it!!!!
Team Moravian (6th) – (Twitter @NMSTeam Moravian/Facebook@NMSTeamMoravian Team Leader Mrs. Roufakis) See our welcome letter on the NMS Website! Congratulations to Josh B. and Eliana E. for being our new Pride of the Lions! PLEASE make sure your child has a calculator for math. It will make their life much easier and it is a tool they will use through middle and high school. The TI-30X is the easiest one to use. As always, continue to check grades/assignments on Schoology. We are always available for extra help, if needed. Sniffle season has begun. If you would like to send tissue donations in, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, please make sure your child has a supply of pencils and other everyday items. Many students are coming unprepared without supplies.
Team Kutztown (7th)(Twitter @TeamKutztown) – Science (Mr. Pearson) – This week we will continue learning the parts of a compound light microscope and how to use it. Students will be completing a lab that looks at how the lenses of the microscope affect the image of the object being viewed. English (Mrs. Gómez) – Please continue to read everyday, Novel Overview Form #4 will be due on Wednesday, February 16, 2022. We will begin to read the nonfiction novel titled, We Beat the Streets. This novel will take a few weeks. Students will be analyzing the text and characters throughout the novel study. English (Mr. Falteich) – Students should have completed a list of amendments in the Bill of Rights. We will be focussing on amendments 6 and 7 as we prepare to read the play, Twelve Angry Men. Social Studies (Mr. Danyi) – This week we will be focusing on the culture of Europe. The students will continue to prepare for the Europe map test that will happen early in the 3rd quarter. Math (Mrs. Evancho) – Periods 2,3,6 and 9 will start Unit 4 Studying Equivalent Expressions.. Period 8 will continue to look at using properties with expressions.
Team Penn State (7th) (Twitter @NMSPennState/Facebook @NMSTeamPennState/ Instagram pennstatenms Team Leader Mrs. Getz) Mrs. Markovic (social studies) -This week we will be focusing on the culture of Europe. The students will continue to prepare for the Europe map test that will happen early in the 3rd quarter. Mr. Downey (ELA) – Students are investigating various elements related to the novel. Mrs. Getz (ELA) – This week, students will continue reading the novel We Beat the Street.Students will receive their next set of vocabulary words. On Friday, there is a test on Chapters 1-11 in our novel. Students should use their class notes to study. Lastly, the next book report is due 2/1.. Mrs Lafey (Math) – All students need to finish their Diagnostic Snapshot this week, as the window closes on Friday. Students in Periods 3,6 and 9 will be starting their new unit. We’ll be writing algebraic expressions and evaluating expressions using the order of Operations. Students in Periods 2 and 8 will be adding and subtracting algebraic expressions this week. Attention to detail is hugely important here, as it is very easy to make little sign errors if you aren’t writing down what you’re doing. Mr. Khalife (Science) – We will continue working on how to construct a hypothesis. Near the end of the week, we will start the procedure writing process.
Team DeSales (8th) (Team Leader Mrs. Pogue): Instagram @NMSTeamDSU8
Please remember that if you are at home and are able, check your courses on Schoology for what you’re missing. Math and ELA: bitmoji classrooms are posted with daily agendas and assignments. Science and Social Studies: assignments are posted! Of course, we are available if you need help!
History: Unit III begins on Monday, this unit covers the Pre-Revolution era of American history. The French and Indian war will begin the march toward American independence from the British crown. Mrs. Tannous and Mrs. Pogue’s ELA classes: Get ready for a “partner” test on Unit 2 texts and skills. Review the stories, informational texts, and poems we’ve read as well as key terms and skills like: figurative language, plot, central idea, theme, the SWIFT method, and character. Later in the week, we will venture into a project on Unit 2’s theme: What makes you, you? Science: We will continue our study of atoms; there will be a quiz midweek. Math: Algebra- working on linear equations. Math 8: introduction to Algebra.
Team Northampton (8th) (Twitter @TeamSpartanNMS Team Leader Mrs. Hood) See our welcome letter on the NMS Website! Students who are at home are responsible for turning in their work in a timely manner, to check Schoology on a daily basis and to communicate with their teachers so they continue to stay on pace with their work. In Mrs. Wallach’s ELA class, we are continuing to read our novel The Outsiders. Students finished reading chapter 8 and worked on quote analysis. The cell phone project is due this Tuesday when we return to school. Continue to check Schoology for grades and updates. In Mrs. Hinkel’s ELA class, we will finish our discussion of “The House on Mango Street” with a creative writing assignment. We will then begin our poetry section of our current StudySync Unit. Advanced Math students will continue to work on / discuss Two Way Frequency Tables. Math 8 -Students will quiz next week on Relations and Functions, and start our discussion on Two Way Frequency Tables. Algebra 1 – students will continue to work on / discuss Linear Transformations . In History, students will be focusing on the essential question: How much power should the government have? as we head into the forming of the new nation following the American Revolution. In Science, students will be starting Balanced vs Unbalanced Forces. We will be working on a stations lab and notes to round out the week. Quiz for the section is scheduled for 1/25.
Team Pitt: (Encore Health and PE, and All 30 day rotation classes) (Team Leader Mrs. Long) (Twitter @NMSTeamPitt) See our welcome letter on the NMS Website! As of Dec 1st, 2021, all students are required to wear sneakers that tie for PE class. (No uggs, crocs, slides, slip on vans). If a student wears crocs, they will sit out and receive no credit due to the safety concern of themselves and other students around them. Mrs. Longs classes will be in health Wed. 1/19- Wed. 1/26. Villani and Weinert will be in the gym.
Team Bloomsburg (Encore World Language and Library) (Twitter @NMSBloomsburg / Team Leader Dr. Sierra)- Remember to check Schoology for any missing assignments and to email your teacher w/ any questions. Students in Ms. Bartolocci’s class will be completing their WIDA tests in class.
Is your child interested in an after-school club or activity? Email the advisor for more information!
AM Basketball (Advisor Dr. Mayes) Morning Basketball will begin NEXT week. Students MUST report to the gym doors at 7:!5am. Late arrivals will not be allowed to enter.
6th Graders will be on Tuesdays 7:15am-7:45am, then report to breakfast.
7th & 8th Graders will be on Wednesday 7:15am-7:45am, then report to breakfast. This is for students who are
not playing on the NMS basketball team.
Anime Club (Advisors Ms. Fehr/Mrs. Wallach) Our next club meeting is Monday, February 7 in room 104 after school from 3:05-4:00. New members are always welcome!
Art Club (Advisor Mrs. Lund). Art Club will be held afterschool on Mondays from 3:05-4:05. There is no Art Club on January 17 , due to the MLK Holiday! Our next meeting will be Monday, January 24, 2022
Artsmart @ Banana Factory (Advisor Mrs. Lare) No program this semester.
Environmental Club (Advisor Ms. Stewart) Happy New Year! The Environmental Club will host its next meeting on Monday, January 10 in room 013 We hope to see you there!
French Club – (Advisor Mrs. Lare) In honor of Halloween, French Club learned about The Paris Catacombs and Cities of the Dead in New Orleans. Fun but not for the faint of heart! – French Club is filled.
German Club (Advisor Mrs. Sofka) German club will meet on Day 1 during Lion’s Pride. German club is full. German club will meet Wednesday, 1/19. We will be watching a film in German to test our listening and vocabulary skills.
Fitness Club ( Advisor Mrs. Oliver) None at this time.
FCS/DIY Club (Advisor Mrs. Hoffman) None at this time.
Glee Club (Advisor Mrs. de Vries) (@ldevriesmusic) | Twitter Now accepting new members! No audition needed. Contact Mrs. de Vries. Please scroll down to the very bottom of the newsletter for more information and current schedules. Click here to see our choral groups in action!
Intramurals (Advisor Mr. Ortwein) None at this time.
Lacrosse Intramurals: (Advisor Ms. Weinert ) Tee shirts are still available if you would like to purchase them. Please see Ms. Weinert if you would like one. Rec lacrosse teams in Bethlehem are accepting new players, feel free to reach out for more information.
Leadership Council (Advisor Mr. Kocon)
Lion Service Club (Advisor Mrs. McLaughlin) Lion Service Club will be after school the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month until 3:45.We are meeting this Wednesday, 1/12/22, until 3:45. We will be working on activities such as organizing our 2nd Annual Blood Drive, The Clothing Closet, etc.
Lion’s Pride (school newspaper) (Advisor Mrs. Werkheiser) Student journalists chose their topics for our second issue. They are developing questions and conducting interviews. Next step: Writing articles
Mathcounts (Advisor Mrs. Lafey)
We will be taking the School Competition the following two Thursdays, 1/20 and 1/27 during our regular time. This will determine which students will represent Nitschmann at the virtual Chapter Competition next month. If you are unable to attend on 1/20 or 1/27, please let Mrs. Lafey know ahead of time. This Thursday, we will be completing the Sprint Round, which involves 30 problems in 40 minutes and does not allow calculators. Next Thursday, 1/27, we will complete the Target Round. In the Target Round, students will be given 4 pairs of problems – each with a 6 minute time limit – and they are allowed calculators. The results of this School Competition will determine which students will represent Nitschmann at the virtual Chapter Competition next month. The online practice competitions are still available for students who have not completed them. These scores will serve as potential tie-breakers, if necessary.
National Junior Honor Society (Advisors Mrs. Wallach/Mrs. Druckenmiller) (Twitter-@Njhs_Nitschmann; Instagram- @Njhs_Nistchmann ) Our next meeting will be 1/26 after school in room 104. We welcome back Mrs. Druckenmiller! We will soon be starting the process of applications for any current 7th graders who meet the 3.75 GPA criteria.
Nitschmann Dramatics (Advisor Mrs. Hriniak) Check your email for schedule, details, and updates!
Nitschmann Singers (Advisor Mrs. de Vries) (@ldevriesmusic) | Twitter Please scroll down to the very bottom of the newsletter for more information and current schedules.
Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) (Advisor TBA) None at this time.
Photography Club (Advisor Ms. Krause) Happy New Year! No photography on January 3rd, we will have our meeting starting on January 10th instead after school until 4:05 pm.
Reading Olympics (Advisor – Mrs. Nonnemacher ) We had our first meeting for the new year this past Wednesday. Most of the students read over the holiday break. Some students did not. We are asking all students to have a minimum of 10 books read from the competition booklist by the end of February. We will continue meeting Wednesdays after school until 4:00 P.M. in the library through mid March. We will meet until 5:00 P.M. for three Wednesdays before the competition. The competition is April 7, 2022 at Easton High School.
Riding for Focus (Advisors Mr. Miller, Mr. Bellucci, and Mrs. Getz ) We are currently on break due to cold weather. We will resume in spring.
The Lion’s Den School Store (Advisors Ms. Roufakis & Mrs. Evancho) If you are interested in working at the school store, please fill in this application https://forms.gle/47drkQ2612wpD6CE8 We will be opening the store soon.
**Ski & Snowboard Club (Advisors Mr. Downey and Mrs. Druckenmiller) – We are not meeting on 1/17; see you on the following Monday, 1/24. Think snow! Please email with any questions.
Spanish Club (Advisor Dra. Sierra)- We will meet during Pd. 1 and on Wednesday afternoons.
Student Lighthouse ( Advisors Mr. Kocon / Mrs. McLaughlin / Mrs Markovitz)-.
Step Team (Advisor Dra. Sierra) – Steppers must have black boots. First show is set for Feb. 4. Each steppers will have 2 tickets for spectators to purchase. Practice ends at 4:30.
Strategy Club (Advisor Mr. Kehler) Strategy Club has started!! We meet Mondays after school in the Large Group room by the Cafeteria. Join us for Play and/or Discussions of Board Games both Classic and New; RPG, Card, and any other games. Teachers, you are welcome to join us to enjoy a level playing field interaction with your students.
Yearbook (Advisor Mrs. Markovic & Mrs. Gomez)- See information and order form at bottom of page (end of email)
***Lions/Lady Lions Athletics Updates (Twitter @NMS_Athletics)*****************************************
Cheerleading (Head Coach Mrs. Long email@example.com)
Cheerleading tryouts for 7th and 8th graders for the winter sports season will be held Monday-Wednesday next week Nov. 15-17th from 3:05-4:30. Any cheerleader who makes the team will need to obtain a physical or get a recertification form signed by December 1st.
Boys Football (Head Coach Mr. Shemanski firstname.lastname@example.org; Asst. Coach Mr. Villani, email@example.com)
Co-Ed Cross Country (Head Coach Miss Schwartz firstname.lastname@example.org)
Girls Volleyball (Head Coach Mrs. Hinkel email@example.com)
Girls Field Hockey (Mr. Burzynski firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dates below will be adjusted due to the changes on Monday 11/22 & 11/23. An updated list will be provided next Sunday or as soon as it is available.
Boys MS Basketball (Head Coach Mr. Wills)
Monday, December 20th – Home vs. Raub
Girls MS Basketball (Head Coach Mr. Ortwein email@example.com)
Monday, December 20th – Away @ Raub
Boys & Girls LHS HS Wrestling (Head Coach Mr. Hall)
Girls MS Softball (Head Coach Mr. Kocon firstname.lastname@example.org)
Co-Ed MS Soccer (Head Coach Mr. Rodenbach email@example.com )
***Nitschmann Middle School Performing Arts Department Updates**************************************
Nitschmann Middle School Instrumental Music Website (Click Here!)
Mr. Daniel Zettlemoyer, Instrumental Music
MONDAY, JANUARY 10
Early morning band 7:15am – (Students need their bell covers and masks)
Day 1 jazz band 8:30am – – (Students need their bell covers and masks)
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11
Early morning orchestra 7:15am
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12
Early morning jazz band rehearsal 7:15am (Students need their bell covers and masks)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13
Early morning band 7:15am – (Students need their bell covers and masks)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 14
NO REHEARSAL FOR ORCHESTRA
NO LESSONS – Check the lesson schedule below to see when your lesson is this week.
January 13: All-City permission slip due. (Select students only) PERMISSION SLIP LINK
January 19: LHS band and orchestra auditions
January 19: NIMAS general membership meeting 7:30pm
January 24 – 28: Band chair auditions
January 29: BASD middle school instrumental music ice skating event
This is a combined event for the instrumental music students of all four middle schools. Participants must have both forms completed and returned to Mr. Zettlemoyer by January 21 to participate. Skate rentals are available at the rink for $3 for those who need them. The forms can be downloaded here: http://www.nmsim.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/MS-Ice-Skating-forms.pdf
February 1 & 2: All-City Band rehearsal and concert for select students only
Wednesday, February 16: NIMAS general membership meeting 7:00pm
Wednesday, February 16: Winter color guard performance 8pm in the NItschmann gymnasium
LHS BAND AND ORCHESTRA AUDITIONS
I have received the audition information for the Liberty band and orchestra. The auditions are scheduled for January 19
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC LESSONS
LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE CLOSELY.
MAJOR CHANGES WERE MADE TO THE LESSONS SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK.
ALL students need to bring their Chromebook lessons this week.
Parents, we are in need of volunteers for upcoming events during October and the remainder of the year. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR BACKGROUND CHECKS on file in the Nitschmann office in order to volunteer.
Click on the following link to find information on what clearances you need and how to apply for them.
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING MINUTES – Next meeting WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2022
The general membership meeting minutes from DECEMBER 14 have been posted to your Cut Time profile under the FILES/DOCS tab, NIMAS General Membership Meeting Minutes, and then find the month you are looking for.
MARCHING BAND & COLOR GUARD GROUP PHOTOS
You can purchase the group marching band and color guard photos that were taken before the Bethlehem Halloween Parade from Christmas City Studios using the following link. Click Here to View/Order your Nitschmann Band Group Photos 21-22
Masks are required to enter any BASD building at this time. There is a growing number of music students arriving for rehearsal without a mask for school.
Band and jazz band students MUST have their blue performance mask for rehearsal. A replacement mask costs $12.
ALL wind players must have their instrument bell cover for rehearsal. Replacement costs for bell covers are listed below.
Replacement Bell Cover
- 3” (Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon) $11.25
- 5” (Trumpet, Alto Sax, Bass Clarinet) $11.75
- 6” (Tenor Sax) $14.25
- 8” (Trombone, Baritone Sax) $12.25
- 10” (Mellophone, Baritone, Euphonium, Bass Trombone) $16.25
Matey’s Pizza Sale – ORDER FORM
All orders must be prepaid!
We will be selling 12” pizzas and will be taking orders
From 1/10/2022 to 1/28/2022
Your Pizzas will be delivered on 2/5/2022
THICK CRUST TRIPLE CHEESE
SMOKED PROVOLONE & MOZZARELLA CHEESE
GLUTEN FREE TRIPLE CHEESE
Gertrude Hawk Candy Fundraiser – Click for details (OFFERED ALL YEAR)
Grocery store gift cards – GIANT, WEIS, SHOPRITE – Click for details (OFFERED ALL YEAR)
Gift cards are sold in $100 increments. $4 of every $100 purchased goes to your child’s fair share account. Contact Jennifer Roan at 610-509-9776 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wawa Shorti Hoagie Coupons – Click for details (OFFERED ALL YEAR)
$4 for each coupon
$1 of each coupon goes to your child’s fair share account.
Contact Jennifer Roan at 610-509-9776 or email@example.com
AMAZON SMILE PROGRAM
The Nitschmann Instrumental Music Association is now part of the Amazon Smile program.
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Directions on how to sign up can be found at http://www.nmsim.org/nimas/fundraising/
Nitschmann Choral Music Mrs. de Vries, Glee Club & Nitschmann Singers director (@ldevriesmusic) | Twitter
Do you or someone you know love to sing? Would you like to learn how to become a better singer to participate in things like Nitschmann dramatics? Would you like to make new friends? Then join the Nitschmann Glee Club! Click here to see our choral groups in action! Glee Club rehearses every Tues.,Wed. and Thurs .at 7:15 AM in room 141. Instrumental students are excused to attend their rehearsals. We also rehearse during Lion’s Pride time, every day 1. Nitschmann Singers is our smaller, auditioned ensemble that sings more challenging repertoire.They have their own rehearsals every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00-4:00 PM. All Nitschmann Singers are also Glee Club members. Nitschmann Singers attend Glee Club rehearsal every
It’s that time of year again!
Place your order for a 2021-2022 Nitschmann Middle School yearbook.
Cost: $30.00–NOW through January 14th–DISCOUNT
$36.00–January 15-28–Make checks to Nitschmann Middle
Due Date: Orders must be submitted by Friday, January 28, 2022.
Two Ways to Order:
Go to: yearbookordercenter.com
Enter NMS Code: 5049
2. In-School Order Form: Fill out the bottom portion of this form, and place the money and order form in an envelope labeled with the student name and homeroom. Turn in all forms to your homeroom teacher by Friday, January 28, 2022.
———In School Order Form———
Student Name: ____________________________________________
Homeroom teacher: ________________________________________
Homeroom number: __________________
# of yearbooks: _______________________
Total Amount Paid: ___________