Sparkman Middle School

Principal: Russ O'Rear-

Assistant Principal : Rhonda Booth-

Assistant Principal: Jennifer Whitt-

Mission: The mission of Sparkman Middle School is to educate each child to his or her highest potential.

Motto: I will be an independent learner who is self-motivated, disciplined, and committed to achieve.

Our plan for continuous improvement at SMS is located on our website. We invite parents to submit comments or suggestions in writing to administration.

Sparkman Middle Student/ Parent Handbook


Thank you parents and community members for voting to renew the school tax. We are so proud to be members of a community that puts students FIRST! #1Sparkman
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Outside Drink Policy

Drinks may only be brought on the bus or in the school building if they are in a sealed container and in a lunch bag or backpack.

NOT ALLOWED: fast food drinks or coffees, open water, open sodas, open drinks of any variety, mugs, Yeti- style cups, refillable bottles or jugs. Sealed containers must be inside a lunch container or backpack. Students may use refillable water bottles during after-school, extracurricular activities. Students may only take them out during lunch or break.

Items not meeting these guidelines will be confiscated by school staff.

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On Saturday, NJHS members met at Walmart to shop for needy families this Christmas. They raised $740 by selling donuts this year.

They used the money to purchase:
-Christmas wishes for 3 students in need.
-Stockings for 33 students in need.
-55 gift bags to give to the nursing home residents that they will be visiting and playing bingo with this week.

We are so grateful to these students, Mrs. Ramsdell, and Mrs. Reed and commend you for serving others. #seethebest #1Sparkman


Thank you to Derryn G. Jones and the SMS Booster Club for working so hard on our football field house! There’s still plenty of work to be done so your help is needed. Please contact Derryn and the SMS Booster Club if you would like to volunteer.
A HUGE THANK YOU to Diana Lindsey, Sparkman Middle PTO, and Mrs. Deweese. We appreciate all of the time and hard work you put into organizing the Pajama Dance! Thanks also to Justin Neeley of E3 Parties for making the Pajama Dance such a fun event for our students! We appreciate all of the faculty and staff who stayed to help and chaperone!
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New York Field Trip Facebook Group


Yearbooks are on sale from now until the end of November for $40. They can be purchased from Mrs. Dobbins in room 176 or online at
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Science Fair Packets

See your science teacher for an information packet for the Science Fair. Projects will be judged at the STEAM Fair in February so you need to get started right away.

First Priority

  • Meets in the gym at 8:00 AM on Fridays.
  • All students, teachers, and staff are invited to attend.


November 28- Basketball @ Madison Academy, Movie & Pajama Party Tickets go on sale before school in the gym. Please make checks out to Sparkman Middle PTO.

November 30- Basketball @ Monrovia, Math Competition


December 4- Basketball @ Home vs. Liberty

December 7- Basketball @ Home vs. Buckhorn, Math Competition

December 8- Cyber Patriot Competition, First Priority

December 12th- Winter Band Concert, 6:30 PM

December 18th-January 3rd- Winter Break


January 3rd- Teacher Workday

January 4th- Students Return

January 9th- Report Cards
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Join the Bus Remind group to get bus information. Text @smsbusr to 81010.


Join the Sparkman Middle School Parent Email Group!forum/smslist


Join our SMS Parent Remind group.

Text @sparkmanm to 81010




Instagram- @sparkmanmiddle


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Dr. Henry Griggs

Thank you for your continued support of Sparkman Middle School!

Monrovia Orthodontics

1047 Jeff Rd., Suite 3
Huntsville, AL 35806
Phone: 256-489-3065

Sign Up to Round Up

Your pocket change can add up for students in Madison County!! It might be a penny, it might be 25 cents, it might be 99 cents, but it will be no more than $11.88 a year. Sign Up to Round Up!

By rounding up your utility bill to the nearest dollar each month, you help invest in the future of students in Huntsville City, Madison County and Madison City school systems. The Round Up Program was started by The Schools Foundation and Huntsville Utilities to support local public school systems.

Visit this link to sign up and then tell your friends! Talk about an easy way to support education!!…/checkbill/roundup/signup.html

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The Madison County School District does not discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious preference, disability, age, gender, citizenship, non-English speaking ability, or homeless status. Students with disabilities will be provided with the same needed supports and services for extracurricular programs and activities that are provided during the school day, unless doing so would fundamentally alter the nature of the program and activity.