It Takes A Village
HMS new and improved line of COMMUNICATION
We want to thank you for your help and supporting us in helping your child succeed because "It takes a Village to raise a child"." Based off the feedback we have received we are excited to announce the launching of our new and improved line of communication through our monthly newsletter. Below you will be able to participate in surveys, get the latest updates on school events and schedule conferences with your child's teacher. There are options on how you can help keep the communications going between you and your child's teacher, so please enjoy our very first newsletter.
Please click on the link below and take a 2 minute survey. This survey will help us better serve your needs.
History of HMS
The Reverend Otis L. Hairston Sr. was born on April 28, 1918, in Greensboro, North Carolina. He graduated from Dudley High School and then attended Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1941. In 1958, he moved to Greensboro, where he succeeded his father, the Reverend J. T. Hairston, as pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church. Hairston’s other honors include the Peacemaker Award, the Distinguished Service Award from the North Carolina Council of Churches, and the NAACP “Man of the Year Award.” In 2001, a new middle school in southeast Greensboro was posthumously named in his honor. Reverend Hairston died on July 18, 2000 at the age of 82.
Stay in the LOOP!
Did you know that you can monitor your child's progress? Guilford County Schools is providing parents the opportunity to sign up for parent portal. Please click on the attachment to set up an account. If you have questions or concerns you can contact Ms. R our parent support contact at 336-444-5555.
3rd Quarter Report Card Pick up
Monday, April 20th, 5pm
Please click on the link for flyer.
GCS has been approved for a PACE grant and with this grant every middle school students will receive a tablet. Teachers use these tablets as a good way to share information with you and their students. Please click on the link below to see how teachers are sharing, collecting and providing feedback on assignments to students. Teachers will be sharing our future newsletters via the tablet and all you have to do is open the attachment. (You do not have to have access to the internet to open the shared documents.)