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Hahira Middle School Online Resources and Reading Challenge

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HAHIRA, Ga.— Hahira Middle School has released a learning resource Choice Board to encourage parents to continue their children’s educational structure amid the COVID-19 outbreak. HMS, along with Pine Grove Middle and Lowndes Middle, also reaffirmed the Spring Reading Challenge that will last until March 30th. If a student has completed and recorded 500 minutes of reading, they will be invited to attend the HMS Spring Reading Rewards Party on April 2nd.

Press Release:

We are here for you! Together, we are currently navigating uncharted territories as we strive to keep our community safe in these uncertain times. Although school is not in session, rest assured, our students remain our top priority as we diligently work to provide the learning opportunities they deserve. 

Of course, the health and safety of your family are far more important than anything else right now; however, if you are seeking ways to ensure your child maintains a sense of academic structure, we have created a choice board with optional learning opportunities for every content area. In addition, teachers will continue adding optional academic assignments specifically geared toward their classes in Google Classroom. Printed materials of these learning opportunities will be available at the designated food pick-up locations for our students. 

We also hope your child will participate in our reading challenge, which involves reading 500 minutes while out of school. Students are asked to record their minutes in their Spring Reading Log

In addition, the Lowndes County School System has established https://one.lowndes.k12.ga.us as a dedicated site to consolidate all school system closure communications and resources in one place for our students, their families, and the community. The site includes links to major communications about the school closures, learning resources, meal information, and also general information for students and their parents about COVID-19. 

Please do not hesitate to reach out to school administrators, teachers, or any staff member with questions, concerns, or needs. If you are aware of others in need, please let us know. We have the support of our district office, social workers, local community partners, as well as the Parent Action Committee, who are all more than happy to assist in any need that arises.

Although this is a new and unique situation for us all, we have no doubt we will persevere through these challenges. Once again, we are here for you and look forward to resuming our normal schedule when safety permits. 

Mrs. Ivy K. Smith, Principal

Dr. Matt Faircloth, Assistant Principal

Mrs. Ashlee Haynes, Assistant Principal