After School Programs
Mosaic’s extended day program opens Mon. – Thurs. when the final bell rings. It is mandatory for those students performing below 70% in any of their course classes.
Extracurricular Activities Athletics
Piano, violin, cello, guitar and voice lessons are available at Mosaic through private instructors. Lesson times may be coordinated with each child’s teacher to fit into the school day.
Eagle Singers is a middle school choral group. It is open to any sixth through eighth grade student who would like to be a part of the group. The Eagle Singers sing at flag ceremony, the Holiday Program, Fine Arts Festival, and Honors Day. They also visit a retirement home in December to sing seasonal carols and songs.
Middle School Musical
An annual musical production is performed by the 7th and 8th grades. In addition to performing in the main character roles, students serve as chorus members and stagehands, working backstage on props or lighting.
The Middle School Student Council is the middle school’s student governing body. The group is made up of two elected class representatives from sixth grade, and three elected class representatives from seventh and eighth grades. The elected members work throughout the year on projects to benefit the school and the community.
The Mosaic yearbook The Eyrie is produced by the English teacher and a staff of senior student volunteers. Members of the staff take pictures as well as coordinate the collection of photos from teachers. Parents are invited to submit photos they have taken during the school year for possible inclusion in the yearbook, and they may also purchase yearbook sponsorships in the fall to offset cost of production. The Yearbook preparation is accomplished by the advisor and staff members.
Individual school pictures are made in the fall, spring portraits during the second semester, and class group photos are scheduled in March. The yearbook covers the entire school year from August to May. It is published and distributed to students before dismissal in May. Each student enrolled at Mosaic automatically receives a yearbook since the cost is included in the student fees.
Local field trips are organized for every grade level throughout the school. These trips are considered to be an integral part of our educational program and they are to embrace an extension of the curriculum rules, procedures and guidelines of Mosaic Middle School. The eighth grade trip is required for all seniors. Parents should ensure that they have completed and submitted the relevant permission slips allowing their child to participate in a field trip off campus. Parents will always be notified well in advance of any planned field trips.
Philanthropy and service to the community are encouraged as part of Mosaic’s intrinsic character education program. Mosaic partners with local community agencies for a wide array of projects that occur throughout the year.