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Weekly Announcements - Weeek of 10/24 to 10/28

COVID-19

 

***Updates***

COVID-19 positive students will follow these procedures:

  • Must be isolated for at least 5 days after symptoms first appear or 5 days from the test date for asymptomatic individuals

  • Must be fever-free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications at the end of the 5 day period

  • Improvement of all other symptoms

  • Upon returning to school, the student must wear a mask for at least 5 days.

If the above criteria are not met, the student should isolate for the remaining five days.

Students who have not tested positive for COVID-19 or are not symptomatic should attend school. 

Please contact Nurse Childs if you have any additional questions. 

 

 

Red Ribbon Week

This week is Red Ribbon Week at Hueytown Middle School. We would like for our faculty/staff and students to show your “Drug Free Spirit” and participate in our dress up days

Monday: Be Red-y to be drug free-Wear Red

Tuesday: Be all you can be drug free-Wear Camo

Wednesday: Lei Off Drugs-Wear Hawaiian 

Thursday: Team Up Against Drugs: Wear Jerseys

 

HMS 1st Nine Weeks Awards Ceremony

 

We would like to recognize the achievements of our faculty and staff. HMS 1st Nine Weeks Awards Ceremony is Tuesday, October 25th @ 8:30AM in the competition gym. The names of the recipients are attached to the email. If you any questions, please contact Mrs. Wallis. We invite the parents of all recipients to attend. 

 

Student ID Badges/Chromebooks 

All HMS students will/have received an ID badge and chromebook. Parents, students are expected to have their ID badges and chromebooks daily. Per new district guidelines, once a student loses or damages his/her chromebook, a replacement will not be issued. Students will only be allowed to use a chromebook in the classroom. Parents may donate the price of the chromebook for replacement. 

 

Bullying 

Parents, HMS bullying reporting forms are available with our counselors. When a student notifies a teacher or staff member at HMS regarding bullying, the student will be directed to complete the bullying reporting form and submit it to their assigned counselor. 

Reminders

**Students are expected to be dropped off and picked up on the side of the building, not the main entrance. Parents are to remain in their vehicles when dropping off and/or picking up students. 

**Classes begin daily at 7:55AM.

**All check-outs must be facilitated by 2:30 PM daily

**Parents, deliveries and DoorDash are not allowed for students at Hueytown Middle School. 

**All parent conferences are scheduled through the main office. If you would like to schedule a conference with your child’s teacher(s), please contact Mrs. Davis in the main office. 

Student Announcements 

**HMS Softball Tryouts will be October 24th-27th @ Natalie Bunn Field. HMS Softball See Ms. Edmond (RM 207) or Ms. Nicholson(RM 116) if you have any questions.

 

**HMS is fundraising for the American Heart Association by Wearing your Halloween Costume on Monday, October 31st! Cost is $5.00 tickets for sale during lunch on 10/24-10/26.  No Mask, No Face Paint, No Hats- Must be in dress code.  You must have a ticket to be able to wear your costume!  See the signs around the school or Mrs. May or Coach Cannon if you have any questions. 



Monday, October 24th: HMS Basketball Teams will travel to Pleasant Grove HS for competition play. Tipoff for the 1st game is @ 4:30PM

 

Tuesday, October 25th: HMS Debate Tournament @ Samford University, 3:30PM

 

Thursday, October 27th: HMS Basketball Teams will host Rudd @ HMS, 4:30PM

 

Friday: October 28th: All Jefferson County Schools will be closed