• 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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    Chattooga Wins Adult Spelling Bee

    The Adult Spelling Bee, hosted by Chattooga Literacy Council, was tonight. The Talking Leaves (Jennifer Reese, Royce Hogg, and Deanna Campbell) placed first. This is a back-to-back championship for Chattooga and SMS is happy to boast that 2 of the 3 members of this championship team belong to our faculty!!!

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    SMS Spring Picture Day

    Mark your calendar! Spring Picture Day is Wednesday, March 29.

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    District STEM Night

    Please make plans to attend our District-wide STEM Night on March 14, 2023 at CHS from 5:00-6:30pm! Our SMS STEM students will be hosting engineering and NASA challenges!!! There will be activities for the entire family and it is completely FREE. We can't wait to see you there!

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    SMS Librarian receives PAGE Educator Grant

    Ms. Leigha Burnham at Summerville Middle School of the Chattooga County School District has received a 2023 Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Educator Grant. With these funds, Burnham will implement the Picture Book Nook project in the school’s library media center, which aims to add text-rich, diverse picture books appropriate for middle grades into the library collection. The PAGE Educator Grant program has provided more than $300,000 to hundreds of educators throughout Georgia, enabling recipients to purchase supplies and materials for classrooms, students, and professional development. “PAGE is honored to support instruction and learning in Georgia’s schools through educator grants to our members across the state,” said Executive Director Craig Harper. “These additional resources contribute to all areas of student needs, from academics to the arts to health and well-being. The more than 500 grant applications received demonstrate the deep commitment Georgia educators have to enhancing school and classroom experiences for their students.” To learn more about PAGE and its vital mission of support to Georgia’s educators and students, visit www.pageinc.org/.

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    School Nutrition News

    The new online payment/meal application website for Chattooga School Nutrition is https://family.titank12.com/JKXU7E Titan School Solutions Pay your school fees, manage your students accounts, and apply for free and reduced meals. Working together, we are Making Schools Stronger. family.titank12.com This site will allow families to make meal payments, track their child's purchases, keep an eye on balances, request low-balance notifications, and so much more! Please call Brandie Wooten, School Nutrition Director, 706-859-3054 should you encounter any issues.

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    Read Across America Week is coming!

    Read Across America Week is happening next week at SMS! Students will be participating in dress-up days, classroom literacy activities, as well as their Read-to-Achieve Chattooga reading challenge. Don't forget to log your reading in Beanstack. Happy Reading!

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    Chattooga County Schools releases Kindergarten registration information.

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    A.M.P. Parent Night #2

    Please join us for our second parent night in our A.M.P. series on Wednesday, February 15 at 5:30pm. Families are invited to come early and shop the Scholastic Book Fair and then join us for a candid conversation about teen vaping and its impact on students here at SMS.

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    The Book Fair is almost here!

    The SMS Scholastic Book Fair will be held February 13 through February 17 in the school library media center. All proceeds benefit the school library program! Your student must have a parent or guardian present in order to make a purchase. We have adjusted the hours of this year's book fair to include hours outside of our normal school day in hopes that it makes it easier for your family to shop the fair. Please see the posted schedule with dates and times. We are also issuing tickets for our prize drawings to students! There are opportunities to earn free posters, free books, and more! We hope to see you at the fair.

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    FFA Week Information

    Our annual FFA Week is almost here! Celebrate with our dress-up days (all outfits must meet school dress code) and participate in our Kiss-a-Cow fundraiser!

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    Talent Show Practice Schedule

    The SMS's Got Talent Show is coming in March! The auditions were great and we've got some great performances lined up! If you are in the talent show, please see the schedule (also posted in your Google Classroom) and plan to attend your assigned rehearsals. Families and community members are encouraged to attend our performance on March 2nd!

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    SMS Book Fair is coming!

    The Scholastic book fair is coming to SMS this February 13-17! We will have a wide variety of books on all reading levels, as well as school supplies, art supplies, STEM activities, and stickers! Please make plans to shop with your student during the fair to support our school library. We will be open on Monday, as well as have extended hours on several days of the fair to accommodate family work schedules. See you at the fair!

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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 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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    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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    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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    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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