Principal's Message

Principal's Message
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Welcome to the Sarah Scott Middle School website, home of the “Scotties”. Our goal is to provide you with information about Sarah Scott. We also hope you will take some time to explore the resources and links we have provided on our website.  

One of our mottos is: “Sarah Scott Scotties, Winning Every Day!”  We, Sarah Scott Scotties, are proud of our rich history.  Former Scotties have made significant contributions to this community and to our nation.  Current Scotties are incredibly bright and amazingly talented.  Each of our students is challenged to work hard every day to develop their potential.  Our talented and committed staff strives, each day, to develop potential in each of our students; offering them challenge and a supportive environment which encourages active learning, promotes student success, advances positive social interaction, and supports our students as they develop into the dynamic, successful “Winners” they were created to be!

Our efforts to address students’ individual learning needs include the following:

  • Student Data Binders

  • Faculty collaborative analysis of student progress

  • Supporting Our At-Risk (S.O.A.R.) Students

  • Guided reading instruction at every grade level

  • Differentiated instruction

  • Aleks/Read Live

  • Mayor’s Character Awards

  • Intervention/Enrichment during Success Period

  • Tier II student support

We, the Sarah Scott family, are committed to working with our community, parents, and students.  We want parents and community stakeholders to visit our school and feel welcome.  We hope that you will find the information and resources listed on this website to be helpful. We encourage you to contact us should you have any questions or concerns. Our commitment is to provide your child with the best educational experience possible, and look forward to having you as our partner throughout this process.

Respectfully,


Scotia R. Brown

Principal




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