Mauriceville Middle School

September 2023

A Note from the Principal

Mauriceville Middle School Families,

Our school year is already off to a great start! Kids are smiling, happy, and learning. It's a good feeling when I walk down the hallway and see kids happy at school. That's our goal this school year. We want our students and staff to Enjoy the Journey. I'm encouraging students to find joy in the things that they do. It's wonderful to see them doing just that.

I want to encourage you to partner with us in your child's education journey. Skyward is an excellent resource to see your child's progress. Please don't hesitate to reach out to your child's teachers. We're here to support you and your child.

This is going to be an amazing school year! If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.


Sommer Reynolds

Mauriceville Middle School Principal

P.S. Follow Mauriceville Middle School on Facebook. We frequently post pictures of the awesome activities that students are doing. Also, almost all of our graphics are designed by students in our Digital Media class.

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MMS House Sorting - September 15th

At Mauriceville Middle School, we have implemented a house system. Each student gets sorted into a house. Utilizing a house system has created a positive climate and culture for our students and staff. The MMS House System helps promote academic growth, character development, positive attendance, and strives to nurture relationships between students and staff. Our hope is to build a schoolwide community that focuses on increasing student achievement and having fun while we're doing it.

The MMS Houses are based on our schoolwide expectations: P.R.I.D.E.

Positive - Respectful - Integrity - Dependable - Engaged

MMS Houses

House Positivum

House Respectus

House Integritas

House Fidelis

Our 6th graders and new 7th and 8th graders will be sorted on Friday, September 15th. We can't wait to celebrate our houses!

COMING SOON - Students will be able to track their individual and house points on an app!

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$10 Activity Fee

If you haven't done so, please pay your student's $10 Activity Fee. Click here.

MMS Doors Open at 7:30 a.m.

Please do not drop students off unattended prior to 7:30 a.m. Faculty and staff will not be on campus to monitor unattended students. Buses run each morning to provide transportation to school.

Child Nutrition - FREE Breakfast and Lunch Information

LCMCISD will be returning to the Community Eligibility Program (CEP) for the 2023-2024 school year. All students regardless of income will be able to eat free breakfast and lunch each day they are in attendance.
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MMS Dress Code

The district prohibits any clothing or grooming that in the principal’s judgment may reasonably be expected to cause disruption or interference with normal school operations.

  • Any type of clothing, hair style, piercing, accessory, or tattoo which, in the opinion of the principal or of his/her designee, tends to distract or cause a student to become a disturbing influence or tend to jeopardize the health or safety of students will be prohibited.
  • Clothing must adequately cover the body. Students are not to wear clothing that is sleeveless, loose, revealing, sagging, or short. Examples of unacceptable clothing include, but are not limited to, mini-skirts, tank tops, backless apparel, jeans or pants with holes above the knee (store bought or deliberately made) or tops revealing bare midriffs. All tops must be of sufficient length to prevent exposure of bare skin during normal daily activities. One may determine if a blouse or shirt is of sufficient length by having the child raise his or her hands fully extended over his or her head. If skin shows, the garment is too short.
  • All shorts and skirts/dresses must be at least 3 inches above the knee in length.
  • Students may wear leggings under holes which do not meet the required length.
  • Form fitting/skin-tight pants, such as leggings, yoga pants, and tights must be adequately covered.
  • Students cannot wear garments with visual or written messages that are likely to cause material or substantial disruption to the school environment. Examples of such prohibited visual or written messages include but are not limited to, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, weapons, violence, vulgar or obscene language or images, disrespect for the American flag, and/or insults to race, religion, gender, or ethnicity.
  • Words or symbols may not appear across the seat of the pants. Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be no shorter than three inches above the knee.
  • Students are prohibited from wearing sleepwear. This includes pajama pants and robes.
  • A student is prohibited from wearing any form of dress, having a tattoo, or accessory identifying him or her with a gang or cult or symbolizing the beliefs of such group.
  • Clothing shall always be worn with suitable underclothing. Undergarments shall be worn in such a manner as to not be visible.
  • Students may not bring blankets/pillows to school.
  • Cleanliness of body is expected of all students.
  • Hair should be clean and neatly groomed. It should not cover the eyes or styled in any way which attracts undue attention.
  • Facial hair should be neatly trimmed.
  • Shoes appropriate for school should be worn at all times and must not present a safety or health hazard. House shoes and slippers are prohibited.
  • No type of cap, hat, or bandanna may be worn at any time while on campus. Exceptions would be a cap or hat that is part of a uniform at a school activity or a head covering worn for religious purposes or medical reasons.
  • Sunglasses must not be worn in school buildings without the nurse’s approval.

These guidelines are in effect on all school property including school transportation and school related activities.

Mauriceville Middle School Contacts

Sommer Reynolds, Principal

Matthew Huckaby, Assistant Principal

Kim Boutin, Counselor

Hannah LeBlanc, Nurse

Angie Eikenhorst, Campus At-Risk Coordinator

Jewel Chaddrick, Secretary

Meghan Brewer, Librarian

Holly Knott, Attendance Clerk and Registrar

Mauriceville Middle School

19952 FM 1130

Orange, Texas 77632


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