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Mrs. Terri Daniels
Hello and Welcome to Trimester 2: Isn’t it amazing how quickly the first trimester of the school year went by? It has been such a busy time and the staff and students have been involved with so many activities on campus. As we move toward the holidays I would like to share how thankful I am to be a part of the Jaguar Community. FMS is a place where staff, students, families, and the community show their commitment to the education and well-being of each and every student. The caring and support is evident. I am honored to be at the helm of such a great group of individuals.
We have now committed to two days a week in advisory to focus on Social/Emotional Learning (SEL) for the wellness of our students. Middle School can be a difficult time for students as they are evolving from a child into their teenage years. Socially their focus shifts and they are more aware of peer interactions and physical changes. While this is normal, we recognize it is not an easy process. We are here as a community to support them, help them to manage their behavior and decisions, and assist them as they work to develop lifelong skills that will foster independence and build character. Students in middle school begin to test boundaries as they are growing older. Our goal is to let them test boundaries, while we continue to set them, so they can learn from their mistakes and guide them to better decision making. We, at FMS, work together to provide students with two things. We give them roots and we give them wings.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the wonderful staff we have at FMS who dedicate their time and energy to the students and families. Thank you to our fabulous PTO who show the school, staff, and students unending support. Thank you to Ms. Wilkerson and Mr. Bose who work with me to set the example of expectations on our campus. Thank you parents for your continued commitment to your child’s success. And most of all, I wish to thank the students, for they are my main reason for coming to work each day. My goal is simple. It is to help the students reach their goals.
Mrs. Terri Daniels