E.J. Hayes Weekly Newsletter

May 6, 2022

Note from the Principal's Desk

Greetings Parents and Stakeholders,

Thanks again to our amazing teachers! Parents, students, and the PTA did a great job of appreciating them all week long with donuts, plants, strawberries, subway sandwiches, gifts, and breakfast! Thanks to everyone who made our teachers feel so special!


Please continue to talk to your students about behavior and work ethic. We want to finish the school year strong and prepare all students for what lies ahead. If you have one of the borrowed chromebooks/hotspots, please return them to the school by May 27, 2022. 5th six week Report Cards went out yesterday. Please contact your teacher if you have any questions or concerns moving forward. And, once again, thank you for choosing E.J. Hayes: Where relationships foster learning.


Mr. Myers

Please return chromebooks/Hotspots to the school by May 27, 2022

Important Dates

  • May 13 - Remote Learning day for students
  • May 19 - 5th six weeks progress reports go home today
  • May 19 - Honor Roll/Principal List Social 5th grade: 1:00pm
  • May 19 - Honor Roll/Principal List Social 4th grade: 1:30pm
  • May 19 - Honor Roll/Principal List Social 3rd grade: 2:00pm
  • May 20 - 4th Grade AR field trip to Godwin/Coppage
  • May 26 - Williamston Primary School 3rd graders visit EJH at 1:00pm
  • May 26 - June 7 - EOG Testing at EJH
  • May 30 - Memorial Day Holiday (No School)
  • June 9 - Last day of school (students will be released at 12:45pm)

Special Olympics at Godwin Coppage Park

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Students of the Month for April: Respectful

5th Grade Field Trip to the Innovation Campus

Congrats to Brooklyn Andrews on her Amazing Report on Pistachios!!!

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Step Team Tryouts

Who: Students can be from all grades 3-5

When: Tryouts will be held on Wednesday & Thursday of May 11-12 and Wednesday & Thursday of May 18-19 from 4:30-5:30

Where: E. J. Hayes Alumni Building.

Questions: Robin Brown-- 252-217-7458

Pre School Registration Information

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May Breakfast and Lunch Menu

The cafeteria will now offer two main entree dishes each day. Students will choose which main dish that they would like in the mornings during announcements.
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Board of Education Revises Student Dress Code


Revisions to the Student Dress Code (4303) were approved during the January 25, 2022 work session of the Martin County Schools Board of Education. Please note the revisions to the policy and keep in mind all students will be expected to adhere to the updated policy.

Martin County Schools Student Dress Code 4303, as revised January 25, 2022, was effective upon approval of the Martin County Board of Education. Full policy is linked below.

Covid Dashboard for Martin County Schools