Spelling Bee!

We are so proud of all our students that competed in the Spelling Bee! Extra congratulations to 5th Grade Winners: 1st- William Fowler 2nd-Isaac Grant 3rd-Stella Mulloy …and 4th Grade Winners: 1st- Rocco Knoop 2nd- Joseph Sherrard 3rd- George Stowe William Fowler, Isaac Grant, Stella Mulloy, Bryce Davis, and […]

District 2 Advisory Committee Info Meetings

DISTRICT 2 ADVISORY COMMITTEE INFORMATION AND MEETING DATES: Hamilton County Board of Education District 2 Representative Kathy Lennon is creating a District 2 Advisory Committee. This committee is dedicated to improving and promoting communication among schools, families, and communities to increase awareness, solution-based conversations, facilitate family resources and […]

Rising 6th Grade Meeting

This is from Lorie Summerlin, school counselor at SMMHS: We are excited to announce that we will host a meeting for the parents of rising 6th graders to discuss courses, registration, transition, and more on Tuesday, February 6th at 5:30pm in the SMMHS theater.  We hope to see all of […]

Panther Parent #16

Panther Parents January 2, 2018 Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing our students Monday! Important Dates Jan. 8 Students Return Jan. 11 4th Grade Field Trip (Theater Center) Jan. 12 Report Cards Jan. 15 No School – MLK Jr. Day Jan. 18 4th Grade Spelling Bee […]

Panther Parent #13

Panther Parents December 3, 2017   Dear Parents! This school year is nearly halfway complete; can you believe that? There’s always a lot going on as we trek from Thanksgiving to Christmas and the Winter Break. Important Dates Dec. 4 – 8 Food Drive Dec. 5 2nd Grade […]

Thank You, Students & PTA!

The PTA set up an “Appreciation Station” at recess, and kids volunteered to write thank you notes to teachers, staff, cafeteria ladies, and even the administration! All the notes were bagged, tagged, and hung on a tree in the lobby on Tuesday, which also happened to be the […]

Project-Based Learning: 5th Grade

If you didn’t come out to McCoy Farm on Nov. 2nd, then you missed more than a school project; you missed a community event! These fifth-graders researched historical people from the antebellum and civil war era and created an astonishingly good living history museum at the McCoy Farm.