HMS recognizes Down Syndrome Awareness Month

Release: October is Down syndrome Awareness month. This month focuses on bringing awareness to individuals with Down syndrome and celebrating their abilities! Down syndrome occurs when an individual has a full or partial extra copy…

HMS school year theme: RESILIENCE

Release: Resilience at Hahira Middle School Hahira Middle School’s theme for the 2020-21 school year is RESILIENCE - the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. Students, teachers, and staff began the year by reading a…

Caleb Perez receives John Gayle Leadership Award

VALDOSTA, GA.— Hahira Middle School's Caleb Perez was awarded the John Gayle Leadership Award for his industrious efforts to benefit the community. This award is attributed to a Valdosta Youth Council Member by the City…

HMS’s FBLA Places at State Competition

HAHIRA, Ga.— Hahira Middle's Future Business Leaders of America Club attended the state competition. They placed in three events— 4th in Community Service, 9th in Desktop Publishing, and 4th in Web Design/Publishing. We warmly congratulate…

Makayla’s Big Heart, and a Bike

HAHIRA, Ga. - Hahira Middle School student Makayla Washington won a brand new bicycle as a PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support) incentive. Instead of keeping the prize for herself, Makayla chose to make another…

HMS Sisters Win First Place at TSA Conference

HAHIRA - Sisters Maggie Davis and Molly Davis, students at Hahira Middle School, were recognized by Georgia's State School Superintendent, Richard Woods, for winning first place in the Construction Challenge at the 2018 TSA National…

HMS Students Complete Robotics Module

 HES 5th graders, Kaedyn Fiveash, Ryan Bellflowers, and Lee Brunston  Lowndes County Schools Press Release: Students in the 5th-grade Discovery program at Hahira Elementary School recently completed a Robotics module through a Project Lead the Way grant.…