|Going To Another Level!
We are committed to
promoting the fullest development of our students in mind, body and
heart. While deeply rooted in past traditions, our goal today is to
produce well-rounded, socially responsible, independent thinkers
through an academically challenging and balanced curricular program in
academics, athletics, and the arts.
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8th Grade Yearbook Ad
Gov. Nikki Haley meets with HMS
8th graders to discuss bullying.
Each year the Office of Career and Technology Education sponsors the National Career Development Association’s Poetry and Poster Contest. There are three categories and students from elementary through college may participate, along with adult categories. This year Hartsville Middle School had a 1st place Winner in the State Level in the traditional Poster (1) category (below). Congratulations to Preston Newsome and best wishes as he moves up to compete at the national level.
HMS Spelling Bee was held on Monday, February 3rd at 9:00 AM
in the school's auditorium. Jacob Pritchett a 7th grader in
Mrs. McDowell's ELA class is the Champion.
Take Our Students to Work Day Forms. TOSTWD-1.pdf TOSTWD-2.pdf
Hartsville Middle School will be participating in the Take Our Students to Work Day ” on Friday, February 21, 2014. This program is designed to expand the walls of the classroom and help students reach their full potential at school and in their future. By providing your child with a unique learning experience that incorporates practical application of their studies (such as math, English and science), and encouraging them to take an active role in their education, this program can enhance your child’s interests and their approach to learning.
N O T I C E T O 6 T H G R A D E P A R E N T S
When sixth graders return from the Christmas break, have them ready to write! During their fourth period elective, sixth graders will spend a few days at the end of the second nine weeks writing an essay on one of the following topics:
As the first person in your family to go to college, what will that mean for you and your family?
How will a college education help you achieve your life’s goals?
From these essay submissions, approximately forty (40) sixth graders will be selected to go on a college campus tour later in the school year.
So please take a few minutes over the holidays to introduce the topic of college, your child’s future, etc. with him/her. It’s never too early to start!
THE FOX BUCK STORE
will be opened Friday, March 7th.
We desperately need parents, grandparents, relatives to help with our sixth grade
Fox Buck Store once a month. Please email Mrs. Brazukas at Judy.Brazukas@darlington.k12.sc.us
if you are interested. The following dates are:
March 7, April 25, and May 23 from 8:15-9:15 on the sixth grade hall. We
also need donations of pencils, mechanical pencils, eraser caps, highlighters,
expo markers, packs of notebook paper, candy, capri suns, and small bags of
chips. Thank you!!!!!!!!
We really need your support so that our students can be rewarded for good behavior and great grades.
Please send items to room 415. Mrs. Brazukas
Thank you, Sixth Grade Teachers