Parent and Community Involvement
Family involvement is important to our students and staff. We have family-centered activities throughout the school year. These include movie, game, reading and math events that focus on family fun and learning.
Mann has an active Parent Teacher Student Association and we are thankful for the contributions and support they give to our students. Parents support our students through site council membership, at dances, field trips, family night events and in the cafeteria selling popcorn every Friday.
Our site council, composed of staff, parents, students and community members has worked together to make Mann a great school for learning. Our school focus is to prepare all students to be academically and emotionally ready for high school.
School Improvement Plan
At Mann Middle School we are committed to educating all students to be lifelong collaborative learners who demonstrate character and leadership. When students embrace these values we know they will achieve academically and socially. We want all of our Mann students to demonstrate their best selves and best work every day they come to school.
Our shared beliefs guide us in our behaviors and actions: words like respect, integrity, commitment, honesty, perseverance and forgiveness have meaning for us as parents and students; they help define a normed moral and ethical way of how we go about our daily business in our homes and as citizens in the community.>
We cultivate a culture of academic excellence through a focus on strong instruction and student accountability. We support student learning through math and reading LAP interventions, after school reading and math intervention and enrichment programs, and content curriculum that promotes good learning outcomes for students.
As educators, we believe ALL students can and will be successful at Mann Middle School.
Our school is used throughout the school year during non-school hours by parents, community organizations and recreation groups. A facility use application is required for use of our facility and can be obtained by calling 253-583-7354. The general condition of our school is rated as poor per the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction scoring guidelines.
2018-19 Clover Park School District Budget
Regular Instruction – $117,061,990
Special Education – $32,876,739
Vocational Education – $5,439,545
Compensatory Education – $21,088,460
Other Instructional Programs – $1,368,238
Community Services – $591,611
Student Services – $29,165,945
Student Nutrition – $7,095,815
Transportation – $7,040,145
Total Budget – $221,728,488