Mill Creek MS - Parent/Guardian Input Survey 2019-2020
Here is a chance to give us more information about your child. (Mill Creek does not allow teacher selection.) Administration will use the information provided to aid in class placement. (Class placement will be mailed out mid August, 2019) PLEASE SUBMIT THIS FORM BY THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2019 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR PLACEMENT.
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Student's Last Name *
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Student's First Name *
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Student's H.S. Graduation Year *
Parent/Guardian Name(s) (Last Name, First Name) *
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Please review the MC instructional delivery models and select your top two choices below:
"Full Summit Team"

This option will have all four core subject areas (Math, Science, History/Global Studies, English) delivered using the Summit learning model. This model will involve the following components:

Project Time – Application of content to address cognitive skills such as problem solving, collaboration, analyzing text, using sources, inquiring, synthesizing, writing, speaking, listening and presenting. These skills are needed to succeed in today and tomorrow's workforce.

Self-Directed Learning – During SDL, students are engaged in self-directed learning that moves them towards competency in all subject areas. All content knowledge is based on the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.

Mentoring – Each child will be assigned an adult mentor that they will meet with on a regular basis to address Habits of Success.

Habits of Success include:
Self-awareness and self-management
Social awareness and interpersonal skills
Decision-making and leadership skills

"Hybrid Team"

This option means math and science will be delivered using the Summit learning model, (see description above), while English and Global Studies will be delivered in a more traditional model, (see "Traditional" description below). All content knowledge is based on the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards regardless of delivery model.

Mentoring – Each child will be assigned an adult mentor that they will meet with on a regular basis to address Habits of Success.

Habits of Success include:
Self-awareness and self-management
Social awareness and interpersonal skills
Decision-making and leadership skills

"Traditional Team"

The "Traditional" Delivery Model supports development of cognitive skills and content knowledge. Learning is less self-directed than in the Summit model. Students move through their learning at the same pace as the teacher and the whole class. This model is what most of you are familiar with from your time as a student. Traditional classrooms do not exclude technology and there is still a significant amount of content and work performed with the assistance of a computer and online platforms. The key difference with traditional is the pacing of the student’s learning coinciding with teacher direction and the progress of the entire class. Traditional implements all of the elements Mill Creek has been known for in the past.

Traditional Team does not offer an assigned mentor for students

Please select your 1st & 2nd preference of delivery model. (Please note Administration will do its best to grant preferences, however, many variables go into scheduling such as special education services, language in 7th grade, and math track just to name a few.)
First Choice
Second Choice
Full Summit Team
Hybrid Team
Traditional Team
My child should not be placed with the following student if possible.
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Please provide any additional information that you would like us to consider. Requests for specific teachers will not be considered.
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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