Robert H. Brown Middle School and Polson Middle School are teaming up to help those hurt by Superstorm/Hurricane Sandy.
The death toll from the storm is 110 in the United States and more than 69 in the Caribbean. Among the hardest hit areas are two nearby states, New York and New Jersey.
Here is what you need to know to participate, along with some other notes from Brown Middle School:
In an effort to support those in need here in Madison and around surrounding states due to the devastation created by Hurricane Sandy, Robert H. Brown Middle School and Polson Middle School are teaming up to collect needed goods such as:
- Non-perishable food items
- formula and baby food
- baby wipes
- toiletries and other items
Our goal is to fill two vans and deliver these items to areas of need this weekend. Additionally, we will be collecting money to support victims of Hurricane Sandy. Money can be delivered to either the Brown Main Office, at or Polson Main Office, at All collected money will be donated to the Madison Food Pantry.
Our fundraising efforts will take place all week at both schools.
Thank you for your support as we look to help others in need.
No School for Students – Tuesday, November 6, due to voting for District II in our cafeteria.
PTO Bake Sale – Tuesday, November 6
Please support our PTO Bake Sale which will take place at Brown tomorrow during voting.
Due to over enrollment in volleyball, we have had to hold a lottery for those who have registered. Students will be notified by Wednesday if they are or are not registered for the class. Registration fees will be returned to those students who are not enrolled. The first class for Volleyball is this Thursday, November 8, 3 – 4:30 pm.
Talent Show – Thursday, November 8
Our Talent Show will go on as scheduled on Thursday, November 8 at 7:00 pm in our auditorium.
School Pictures / Retakes
School pictures will be sent home with students on Wednesday, November 7. Picture retakes will take place on Wednesday, November 14. Students having pictures retaken need to bring their picture packet to school with them that day.