Newsletter for Parents, Students, Teachers, & the Community
Sparkman Middle School
Assistant Principal : Rhonda Booth- firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Principal: Jennifer Whitt- email@example.com
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.
Written, edited, and published by: Jennifer H. Whitt
Our plan for continuous improvement at SMS is located on our website. We invite parents to submit comments or suggestions in writing to administration.
May 30- June 2: Monday through Friday, 7:00AM-3:00PM
Starting June 5th
Monday through Thursday, 7:00AM-5:00PM
Closed on Fridays.
Teacher/ Parent/ Community Book Study
Read this book to find out why so many across the country have embraced these powerful rules.
· Set the electric tone on day one
· Teach your children how to study—don’t expect it to come naturally
· Don’t constantly stress about test scores
· Not every child deserves a cookie
· Lift up your teachers. No, really, lift them up!
· If kids like you all the time, you’re doing something wrong
· Don’t be a penny parent
Be different. Be bold. Join in.
You can order a copy of the book for yourself on Amazon for as little as one cent up to $12.
iNow Parent Portal
Here is what a parent/guardian will need to do to access the site:
1. Go to this link https://inow-madisonco.asc.edu/informationnow
2. Use these credentials when first prompted
a. User Name: mcsparent
b. Password: ilovemyschool
3. Once successfully logging in to this site, use your INOW user ID and password previously used or distributed by the school.
MXR Alumni Association is Looking for Members
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!!
House of the Harvest
Adam & Jenn Walker organized a food pantry for the Harvest & Toney communities. Much like the Manna House in Huntsville, its mission is to feed families. Thank you for your continued support of Sparkman Middle School!
Dr. Henry Griggs
Thank you for your continued support of Sparkman Middle School!
1047 Jeff Rd., Suite 3
Huntsville, AL 35806
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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.