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Please print the form below, which needs to be submitted to your child’s Language Arts teacher when school starts.
Incoming 6th grade
MUST read at least ONE book from the MS Sunshine State Book List
Incoming 7th grade
MUST read a minimum of 350 pages – book or books (2 at most) of your choice
Incoming 8th grade
MUST read a minimum of 450 pages – book or books (2 at most) of your choice
Need to register for SPMS?
New in 2014-2015!
SPMS will offer EXTENDED DAY next school year from 2-6pm daily.
The cost is $200 per month and monthly fees MUST be paid before the 1st of the month or your child cannot attend.
A registration fee of $75 is due when application is submitted. We cannot guarantee placement in our program until the registration fee is paid.
Students will be in the library for “Beyond the Bell.”
A paraprofessional will supervise until 3pm. During this time students will be provided a drink and snack. From 3-6 pm there will be a certified teacher supervising to assist with homework. Students will be allowed to leave the library to attend a teacher’s review or help session, attend a club meeting or a sports practice. If students are not picked up by 6 pm, parents will be charged a late fee of $1.00 per minute.
All school rules will be enforced during “Beyond the Bell.” Students who cannot behave and follow the rules will not be allowed to attend.
We must have a minimum of 25 students to offer this service and keep it available.
CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR A REGISTRATION FORM
If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Kunze at firstname.lastname@example.org
Log in to Edmodo
Remember that the parent view of Edmodo is very different from the student view. You may want to use your child’s account. As we continue to use this program if you have suggestions on how we could make things better, please email Mrs. Kunze.
Click here to get started!
SchoolPay Help Line: 888-88-MYPAY
Continue to use PayPams for paying for school lunches
School starts Monday, August 18, 2014!
Interested in Volunteering?
SPMS uses the website SignUpGenius.com to request volunteers to help at the school. Throughout the school year, emails will be sent advising help is needed for dances, proctoring, snow cone making and so much more! SPMS is fortunate to have a great group of volunteers and I am sure the 2014-2015 will be a success for the students partially because of you!
COMING SOON! A SignUpGenius will go out early next week asking for volunteers to help with the Get Ready for School Day Event on Saturday, August 16th. Parents and students have the chance to help with selling locks and planners, handing out schedules and being ambassadors. Please help where you can. Many slots will be available.
Making the Move to Middle School Camp
August 5-6, 2014
Click below for a camp registration form
Below you will find the information shared in our parent meetings held in February:
Rising 8th grade
Parent Night 8th Feb 2014 PowerPoint
Rising 7th grade
Parent Night 7th Feb 2014 PowerPoint
Rising 6th grade
Parent Night 6th Feb 2014 Powerpoint
Click here for 7th Grade Immunization Requirements
Students who received all A’s or all A’s & B’s received an honor card. Click here to view all the businesses and their offers.
Read more about Common Core:
NOTICE: The Saint Johns Middle School Athletic Association (“SJMSAA”) middle school sports program is not operated or sponsored by the St. Johns County School District. SJMSAA is an independent, private non-profit corporation, which uses District middle school names and facilities under a license agreement with the District, and which is solely responsible for the operation of the SJMSAA middle school sports program and its individual teams.
News from the District – Access to the Building
We have been informed by the district that ALL parents that plan on entering the building during the day before or after school, even if students are not in the building, need to be cleared. We are asking that EVERY parent or guardian that might be on campus for a conference, IEP meeting, 504 meeting or for anything else, PLEASE click on the link below to register for access.
St. Johns County Dress Code
No sleeveless shirts, muscle shirts, tank tops or spaghetti strap tops No backless shirts or dresses No shirts that reveal midriff or reveal cleavage No see-through or lace shirts with a tank underneath No yoga pants Shirts may not have profanity or inappropriate slogans advertising alcohol, drugs, sex, weapons, racial and/or ethnic slurs, sadistic or violent themes or the confederate flag. No flip flops or backless shoes ALL dresses, shorts and skirts MUST be 4 inches or less above the knee in length. If leggings or tights are worn, the outer garment must still be in dress code. No jeans or shorts with holes showing skin anywhere 4 inches above the knee. Pants MUST be worn at the waist.
Early Checkout Procedure
As indicated in the Student Handbook 2013-2014: As a safety precaution, students will only be released to the parent/guardian or the Emergency Contact listed on the Emergency Card. A current driver’s license or state issued ID must be presented in the front office to check a student out early. The following procedure will be strictly enforced: NO student may be signed out after 1:35 p.m. every day except Wednesday. The latest early checkout on Wednesday is 12:35 p.m. Parents must arrive in the front office no later than 1:30 p.m. (or 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday) in order to sign their child out early. Students who check out during the school day due to illness are not eligible to return to the school that same evening for any activities as a participant or a member of the audience.