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Sparkman Middle School
Assistant Principal: Amanda Lemons- email@example.com
Assistant Principal: Kristen Bell- firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Principal: Jared Paschall- email@example.com
Our plan for continuous improvement at SMS is located on our website. We invite parents to submit comments or suggestions in writing to administration.
February 24-28, 2020
Week at a Glance
SEL Presentations- Bell & Jefferson
Boys Soccer @ JP2
BB & SB @ Home (BMS & NH)
- Soccer @ LMS
6th & Grade Field Trip to VBCC
SB @ LMS
BB @ BMS
- Black History Program, 9:30 AM (6th Grade & 7th Orange Team) & 1:30 PM (8th Grade & 7th Green Team)
- Happy Birthday Mr. Church!
- SB- Ardmore Classic Tournament
HONOR ROLL & STAR Recognition (TBD)
- Stands for Help Each other And Reach out To Us.
- Created as a way for students to report information to us or to reach out to an adult without being seen doing so.
- Signs will be placed throughout the school in both public and private areas.
- HEART U Form- https://forms.gle/NYM1x5pBG5nsaA1W8
- HEART U will also be the new name to identify our morning Social Emotional Learning lessons for students.
- More details coming soon.
- We are finally back at full fleet with our buses.
- We would like to welcome Mr. Denson and Ms. Parks to the SMS Family!
- If you would like to receive updates about buses via text message, please text @dekbd3 to 81010.
- Please remind your bus rider about behavior on the bus. The safety of our students and drivers is our top priority. Thank you.
Little Free Library
House of the Harvest
Madison Cross Roads Community Center
Sparkman Middle School Front Parking Lot
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8:28: First Bell/ Release from Duty
8:35: Class Begins
6th Grade Lunch- RED: 10:35-11:00, YELLOW: 10:50-11:15
7th Grade Lunch- 11:05-11:35, 11:40-12:15
8th Grade Lunch- 12:20-12:55, 12:55-1:30
3:30: Boys Bus Riders Dismissed
3:33: Girls Bus Riders Dismissed
3:36: Car Riders / Athletes Dismissed
DRESS CODE FAQ
Make sure your shirt is mid-thigh length.
Jeans with Holes
No holes above the knee unless they are patched or have solid fabric underneath.
Jackets & Coats
No large or oversized jackets maybe worn inside the building. Remove hoods and head coverings before you enter the building.
Shorts & Skirts
Must come past fingertips in length.
Most track shorts are too short to be worn to school. Must be past fingertips in length.
No bandanas, hats, etc. Hoodies must be removed at all times while in the building.
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