Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center

27500 Cosgrove  Warren, MI 48092

Office Telephone: (586) 698-4394
Attendance Line: (586) 698-4423

Sometimes it is hard.  Sometimes you will be faced with difficult choices.  You will work harder than most of your peers.  You will have more homework.  You will think about giving up. You will think about ignoring things you know are wrong.  But think about this. Bill Gates' first business failed. Thomas Edison failed over 1000 times before finally creating the lightbulb. Walt Disney was fired from a newspaper because he lacked creativity. Stephen Speilberg was rejected by the college of his choice...twice.  Martin Luther King Jr. did not always make popular choices.  Benjamin Franklin's family could not afford to keep him in school past the age of 10.  Bethany Hamilton got her arm bitten off by a shark. Stephen King's first scary novel CARRIE, was rejected 30 times by publishers. Oprah was abused as a child.  

YOU WILL FACE OBSTACLES.  YOU WILL FAIL. But, it is how YOU RESPOND to these setbacks that WILL SET YOU APART.  So, think about this.  What will YOU do when things get tough? When you feel frustrated.  Will you quit? Will you give in? Will you give up?  .....Or will you

DO IT ANYWAY!!

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • MMSTC Admissions Tests for Fall of 2018 Applicants –January 20th
  • MMSTC People’s Choice Science Symposium – Tuesday, January 23rd – Commons – 6 to 8 p.m.
  • MMSTC Science Fair – January 23rd through January 25th– 6:45 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • MMSTC Make Up Admissions Test for potential Fall of 2018 students – Wednesday, January 24th - 6 – 9 p.m. (5:30 p.m. arrival)
  • MMSTC CoGat Test for potential Fall of 2018 students (A - M last names) – Thursday, January 25th - 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (arrival time is 5:30 p.m.)
  • MMSTC CoGat Test for potential Fall of 2018 students (N - Z last names) – Tuesday, January 30th - 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (arrival time is 5:30 p.m.)
  • Robotics Team Meeting – every Wednesday and Thursday through the end of the year (Room 105) 
  • Ecology Club Meetings – Every Wednesday – Room 123 - 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. 

Vision Statement:  Butcher Educational Center uses a holistic approach to educating our specialized populations using innovative curriculum, technology, and real life applications while fostering a sense of community and integrity. 

Mission:  The mission of the Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center, in partnership with families and communities, is to create the best innovative environment which fosters excellence and vision in teaching, learning, and discovering the relationships of mathematics, science, technology, and society.

The MMSTC Philosophy

We are completely dedicated to keeping our school free from any intolerant behavior or intimidation.  We are a community of learners, thinkers, problem-solvers, and collaborators.  We use our powers for good.  
ALL of us must support every member of our school community. If you are a witness to or if you are ever bullied, speak out!  Tell a teacher, tell a counselor, or tell Dr. Neuhoff.  

The government has a site,  OK2SAY (Linked) to report issues and situations as well. 

Home Schools:  Center Line High School, Clintondale High School, Cousino High School, Fitzgerald High School, Fraser High School, Lake Shore High School, Lake View High School, South Lake High School, St. Clair High School, Sterling Heights High School, Warren Mott High School, Warren Woods Tower High School

Caught in the Act

of being Kind!  

 #Why I Matter

You are more than your grades, your clothes, and your test scores.  You are more than the college you will go to, the money you will earn,  and the job you will have.  You matter because you are YOU.  You are the ONLY you in the entire world.  You are a ONE-OF-A-KIND, you are unique, you are SPECIAL.  So, take pride in this fact.  Be proud of who you are.  Believe in yourself. And, have the courage to be the very best version of you you can be.  When you are being you, no one can compete!    

  • Khushi (10th grade) took Mrs. Gravel's comfy chair down to her conference table during conferences.  Then, she took Mrs. Gravel's book fair order for her.  Thank you, Khushi! 
  • Lia, Mikayla, Justice, and Isabella (9th grade) organized and ran the holiday supplies and clothing drive for the Oakland Children's Village kids.  Way to use your powers for good and make a difference in your world!
  • Maggie (9th grade) helped with giving someone their forgotten jacket.  Thank you, Maggie! 
  • Alex (9th grade) made Donovan smile:)
  • Donovan (9th grade) MADE ice cream for his class to enjoy. It was amazing! 
  • Jason (9th grade) was caught carrying Genna's clarinet for her!  Nice! 
  • John S (9th grader) cleaned out the microwave for Ms. Dori! Thank you, John! 
  • Avery K and Emma (9th grade) organized classes to write letters to deployed troops and veterans.
  • Maggie (9th grade) offered to help clean up the media center and help Mr. Acre.  She is always offering help and a kind word to all. :) 
  • Henry (10th grade) gave a classmate some lunch money.
  • Adeeba (9th grade) filled out an act of kindness card so her classmates did not feel bad that it was still empty!  It was her note that inspired the others that came after! Way to be a leader Adeeba!
  • Adrianna, Waicey, and Leslie (9th grade) are helping to make a difference for homeless animals. 
  • A group of 9th graders made te Acts of Kindness Jars to place throughout the school.  Thank you Lia, Mikayla, Justice, and Isabella!  
  • Vanessa, George, Maggie, Chelsea, Genna, Donovan, and Aiden D. decorated Mr. Acre's Christmas tree! 
  • Mr. Irvin is just AMAZING!! - Abby W. (9th grader)
  • Justice G (9th grade) always holds the door for her classmates. Thank you, Justice!  
  • Taz, Mia, Brenna (9th grade) organized a book drive. Books were donated to the Oakland Children's Village.