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Sparkman Middle School
Assistant Principal : Rhonda Booth- email@example.com
Assistant Principal: Jennifer Whitt- firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Nurse Dorning and Dr. Ross Summerford
- Thanks to our sponsors:
- Johnny Gryll's/ Kaleidescoops- Harvest
- First National Bank
Thanks also the the Von Braun Astronomical Society for bringing their telescopes, planetarium exhibit, and conducting astronomy demos for our students and parents.
Gains in the Education of Math and Science Program
GEMS-1: 7th – 12th Grades ( 4 June – 8 June)
GEMS-1: 7th – 12th Grades (11 June – 15 June)
GEMS-2: 7th – 12th Grades (18 June – 22 June)
GEMS-3: 7th – 12th Grades (25 June – 29 June)
LIP SYNC BATTLE AUDITIONS CHANGED TO MARCH 12TH
SHS Volleyball Needs Your Help!
Outside Drink Policy
Students may use refillable water bottles during after-school, extracurricular activities.
NOT ALLOWED: fast food drinks or coffees, open water, open sodas, open drinks of any variety, mugs, Yeti- style cups, refillable bottles or jugs
Items not meeting these guidelines will be confiscated by school staff.
House System Information
Dear Parent/ Guardian,
I hope you and your family are settled in after the holidays. This is the time of year when winter takes a toll on school attendance. Bad weather, car trouble, etc. can keep parents from getting their children to school. So can the colds, fevers and illnesses that often come with the winter months.
These absences, even if they are excused, can add up to academic trouble. If it is a snowy or rainy day but school is still open, students miss out on learning if they aren’t in class. These absences can result in lower test scores and grades. There’s not much we can do about the weather, but there are two key steps every family can take to help avoid absences this year.
Develop back up plans for getting your children to school. That could mean checking with other families who have a car that can help out when you are in a bind. If you’re stuck, call the school. We can connect you with other parents or staff members who can help.
Keep your children healthy. Dress them warmly for the cold weather and make sure they have hats and gloves. Encourage them to wash their hands regularly, and send them to school with a bottle of hand sanitizer. If your children do get sick, talk to a doctor or the school nurse about whether they should come to school and when it is okay for them to return. The attached handout offers some tips about when children are too sick for school.
Jennifer H. Whitt
Assistant Principal/ Attendance POC
Text @sparkmanm to 81010
DRESS CODE FAQ
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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