Daily Announcements


     Greece Athena Middle School 

    School Mission:  The mission of the Athena Middle School community is to assure that all students experience success as they develop appropriate social skills and strive toward academic excellence. Core Values:  Be Respectful.  Be Responsible.  Be Productive.

    Monday, June 5 (Day A)

    Tuesday, June 6 (Day B)

    Wednesday, June 7 (Day C)

    Thursday, June 8 (Day D)

    Friday, June 9 (Day E) 


    Upcoming Dates: 

    • June 5 Science 8 Written Exam

    • June 5 Awards Night 6:30-7:30 PM

    • June 7 Music Dept Competition at Seabreeze (Band, Chorus & Orchestra Grades 6-8)

    • June 12 Earth Science Lab Practical Exam

    • June 14 Living Environment Exam

    • June 15 Algebra Exam

    • June 16 Earth Science Exam

    • June 19 No School (Juneteenth Recess)

    • June 20 LOTE Exam Grade 8 (ASL, Italian, Spanish)

    • June 20 Seabreeze Grade 6

    • June 20 8th Grade Celebration 2:00-2:50 PM (students only, weather permitting)

    • June 21 8th Grade Trip (Day Trip)

    • June 21 Seabreeze Grade 7

    • June 21 Last of School k-8 (Half Day-Dismissal at 11:05 AM)


    Community Schools: Save the Date for our GCSD Community Schools Back to School Bash. 


    KidsCare: Have you started thinking about your before and after school child care needs for next school year? Registration for KidsCare, the district operated child care program for grades PreK-5, is open through My School Bucks. We are also excited to announce that the KidsCare program will be expanding to both Paddy Hill and the Early Learning Center for the new year. KidsCare offers high quality before and after school experiences designed to enrich your child’s day through activities targeting social and emotional development, creative expression, physical movement, natural world connections, and the exploration of culturally relevant topics of interest and community engagement. Learn more about the program by viewing the KidsCare 2023-2024 Flyer / UPK Wrap Flyer and register through MSB Activities. You do not want to miss the chance to reserve your spot!


    Football Workouts: All 6-8 graders, we are having Football signups Thursday, June 8th from 2:50-3:30 PM. Everyone will meet in the stadium at the bleachers. Late bus will be available for you.

    Girls Soccer Meeting: Girls in grades 6, 7, and 8 are invited for a meeting after school on June 5th in the ATMS cafe.  Coach Bergan has information and updates for you!

    Boys Soccer: Any 6th, 7th, or 8th grade boy interested in playing soccer in the fall should attend a soccer meeting on Monday June 5th from 2:50-4:00 in the turf field stadium.  The first portion will be a 15 minute informational meeting.  The second portion will be an optional time to play soccer on the turf.  Bring your cleats if you intend to stay for the second portion.  Please make arrangements for your ride home.  If you cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Moore in room 339.  Again, any middle school boys interested in playing soccer should go to the turf field stadium immediately after school Monday, June 5th.  

    Boys Basketball Open Gym: Boys only, proper attire must be worn (no crocks, jeans, etc.)

    • June 7 Grade 8 

    • June 9 Grades 6 and 7 

    • June 12 Grades 6, 7, 8

    6th Grade Makers Club: This club will enjoy using various fun materials to create unique crafts throughout the rest of the school year! Thursdays, after school, in room 315 from 2:50 - 3:35.  Sign up ahead of time  Here. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Swanson..

    Summer Business Camp:  Click here for more information.  For current 8th grade students.

    Summer Camp at WEMOCO Campus: This flyer gives the details of 1-week summer camps at WEMOCO for students in grades 6-8. Medical Career Camp:  Grades 6-9 click here.

    Leader in Me: (June 7): Habit 7 - Sharpen the Saw challenges a person to seek continuous improvement and renewal. Overcoming burnout can be achieved by taking time for oneself through physical, social/emotional, mental, and spiritual renewal. 

    • Grade 6: What are examples of taking care of our brain? How does a strong mind help determine our future? Is too much reading or studying a bad thing?

    • Grade 7: What did you learn today that you didn’t know before? What activities sharpen your mental saw?

    • Grade 8: What are the dangers of obsessing over comparing ourselves to others? How can the media affect how we feel about our body image? How does focusing on things other than our physical self help?


    PTSA Membership 22-23:  Click here for details."...engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children. Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/GreeceAthenaPTSA  Consider renewing your PTSA membership and shop our online store https://greeceathena.memberhub.store/



    Making Open Communication a Priority:This linked Who to Call with Questions, Concerns and Compliments reference guide is a step-by-step guide families can use to ensure questions are answered quickly and effectively. Please refer to it whenever you need to speak to someone about your child’s progress. We are asking that you log into your child’s Infinite Campus account and review the phone numbers and email addresses listed. Follow these instructions to access your account and make the necessary changes as soon as possible. If you do not have access to Infinite Campus or forgot your password, someone in the main office at your child’s school can help you get set up. Students are encouraged to have a direct, in-person conversation with their teacher as a first step if a question or concern arises. Grades are a form of communication and should not be a surprise. Students should regularly access the Infinite Campus Student Portal and reach out to their teachers in a proactive manner if they have any questions or concerns regarding their grades.


    Parent Portal: Parent Portal Application (if you do not have an account already) click here for PDF doc.  View your child’s schedule, grades, attendance, and more.  Please go to this site for support. 


    Food Pantry: Please consider reminding your own child to put a few small snacks (granola bars, pretzels, crackers) in their bag regularly. Also, if your family is facing food insecurity, feel free to reach out to our GCSD Food Pantry at 966-2288 or food.pantry@greececsd.org for support! 

    Please consider donating to our GCSD Food Pantry.


    Lunch Menu:  Click here for lunch menus and related information regarding Food Service.

    22-23 Letter Day Calendar/Rotation:  Click here.


    Cell Phone/Smartwatch:  Student Cell Phone Policy for 2022-23: Secondary students will secure their phones and or smartwatches in a Yondr pouch for the duration of the school day. 

    ATMS Clubs:  Click here for information regarding clubs here at ATMS and club advisor contact information.  

    Transportation:  Should you have any questions, please call 966-2550.

    • Bus #’s in the loop by STADIUM: 259, 321, 322, 330, 335, 347, 383, 384, 386, 421, 424, 426, 434, 448, 491, 492, 500, 506 

    • Bus #’s in the front of GPAC: 250, 252, 253, 255, 360, 406, 409, 417, 466. 

    After School Late Bus: Maps and Street Locations.  There are only 3 late buses  505 / 506 / 323.


    Arrival/Dismissal:  We ask that parents park in the back parking lot by the tennis courts if picking your child up at dismissal (please park in a parking spot).  Do not pull up and wait along the fence line.  School buses will be in the back bus loop and in the front bus loop.  Both loops are off limits during our arrival and dismissal times.  Students will walk along the sidewalk between the buses and the new stadium.  Arrival/Dismissal Map click here.

    Order Athena apparel at AO Design - click MEMBERS at the top and you will see the Greece Athena Schools option. All supplied locally from Athletic Outlet in Brighton. As always, we truly appreciate your support.