• The vision of Summerville Middle School is to educate and empower students to engage in academic, moral, and personal growth.

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    The mission of Summerville Middle School is to foster a safe environment while maximizing student potential.

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    A.M.P. Parent Nights are announced

    SMS announces our new informational series for families called A.M.P. Night! Our A.M.P. Parent Night events will highlight issues and offer support relating to your teen's Academic, Moral, and Personal growth while in middle school. Please mark your calendar for our first event on Tuesday, January 10th from 5:30 to 6:30pm. We will be discussing academic requirements, as well as offering an opportunity for you to learn more about grade level standards and course requirements. Two other A.M.P. events are planned for February and March.

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    SMS announces Holly Jolly dress-up days

    Students & staff will be dressing up the week prior to our winter break. As a reminder, all costumes must be school appropriate. No masks or full face coverings are allowed. We look forward to ushering in the holidays in holly jolly fashion!

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    SMS has successful food drive

    Thank you for making the FFA Food Drive a HUGE success! We surpassed our school goal!!! The winner of the food drive is Mrs. Mayo’s homeroom with 306 cans!!! They met the school wide goal of 300 all by themselves!!! Congratulations. 2nd place was Ms. Bell’s homeroom with 116 cans 3rd place was Mr. Shelton’s homeroom with 107 cans In total, we raised 818 items for Chattooga Family Connection’s Thanksgiving Food Drive.

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    Benefits Scrimmage

    There will be a girls' basketball scrimmage game to benefit the families of Xavier Gray, Drae Dozier, and Zantavian Brown on Wednesday, November 9 at 4:30pm. The game will be held at the Trion Middle School gymnasium. For more information, please contact Coach Shay Padgett or Coach Damian Elder.

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    World's Finest Chocolate Sale

    Our school-wide World's Finest Chocolate Sale has started! Chocolate bars can be sold by any student returning the permission form. Bars are $1.00.

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    It's Digital Citizenship Week!

    It's Digital Citizenship Week and we encourage all families to spend some time talking with their teens and pre-teens about safe online behaviors. Check out the resources on Common Sense Media for parents! It is completely free and contains articles, information on the latest trends with apps, movies, games, and social media for your child. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/articles/online-safety

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    StudyCade Make-up Meetings Available

    For any parents who missed the StudyCade meeting on Title I Night, make-up meeting options are available. These meetings will cover the tentative itinerary and other pertinent information for the 8th grade Tour of Georgia StudyCade trip (5 day/4 night) in May. Option 1 is Wednesday, October 5 at 7am Option 2 is Friday, October 7 at 4pm Any interested students must have a parent or guardian attend ONE of these meetings in order to have their application for the trip considered. Contact Mrs. Debra Osborne if you have further questions.

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    It's time to show our school spirit!

    This year's Homecoming Spirit Week and Red Ribbon Week collide! We are excited to see our students showing school pride and celebrating being drug free. Please see the attached flyer for the dress-up days. Just a reminder that all costumes need to be school appropriate and no face masks are allowed. Let's do it, SMS!

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    Helping Hands Fundraiser

    We'd like to invite you to join our HundredX Cause supporting our Helping Hands Ending Hunger program! Starting September 19 and running through October 17, you can help our school raise money. It’s high impact, fast, and secure. HundredX Causes is a totally free way to support. YOU can help – use HundredX Causes to share your opinions on companies & brands. Each time you do, you create up to $2. Each of you can do 75 pieces of feedback and that is our goal! We’d love for you and your network to join our supporters in using HundredX Causes. In just a couple of minutes, you can play a big part in helping us raise needed $ that will be applied to our HHEH pantry. Every opinion helps us invest into the development of our future leaders! Just sign up by following the instructions below. Select our school in the drop down and then start giving feedback! To make this FUN, HHEH will be providing incentives for you to support us as well. Here they are: 1. Everyone who completes 50 pieces of feedback by September 30 will be entered into a drawing for a $250 gift card. 2. Everyone who completes 75 pieces of feedback by October 17 will be entered into a drawing for another $250 gift card. 3. HHEH school chapters who generate $3,000 will be provided an HHEH care package for up to 20 participants containing recyclable grocery bags, grocery cards and HHEH CARE t-shirts. 4. For classroom competitions: classrooms that engage parents and generate at least $1,000 will be given a pizza party, and the highest classroom earner will also get an ice cream sundae party. (Your parents will need to let you know when they have completed their feedback maximums). Here are the two ways to sign up for the program: Text “HHEH” to 90412 https://bit.ly/HXC-HHEH Let's do this!

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    Lady Indians Basketball Roster Announced

    Congratulations to the new CMS Lady Indians basketball teams!

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    New reading program launches!

    Our new reading program called Beanstack launched this week! Students learned about the program and registered for our first school-wide reading challenge during their library visits this week. Beanstack is a web-based program that is accessible on computer and through an app called the "Beanstack Tracker" on cell phones. Students use Clever to access it. Logging reading minutes is easy with the built-in timer. Students may earn digital badges, certificates, and more when they participate in challenges. Encourage your readers to start logging their minutes today!

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