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    We A.R.E. HMS!


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    Student Chromebook Repair

    If you are having issues with your Chromebook, please fill out the form below with all the information filled out. You will then report to the Tech Lab to see Mrs. P

    HMS Student Device Incident Report

    Please note that if the Tech Lab is closed or Mrs. P is not there at the moment, Mrs. P will call for you when she sees your Repair Form. 

    Regular Day Schedule

    First Bell      8:15

    1st Period    8:20 to 9:10

    2nd Period    9:14 to 10:02

    Break         10:02 to 10:12

    3rd Period    10:12 to 11:00

    4th Period    11:04 to 11:52

    First Lunch  11:52 to 12:32

    5th Period    11:56 to 12:44

    Second Lunch 12:44 to 1:24

    5th Period 12:36 to 1:22

    6th Period    1:26 to 2:14

    7th Period    2:18/2:21 to 3:05

      Early Release - 1:45pm

    First Bell         8:15

    1st Period       8:20 to 8:58

    2nd Period      9:02 to 9:38

    Break            9:38 to 9:49

    3rd Period      9:49 to 10:25

    4th Period       10:29 to 11:05

    First Lunch     11:05 to 11:45

    5th Period 11:09 to 11:45

    Second Lunch  11:45 to 12:25

    5th Period 11:49 to 12:25

    6th Period       12:29 to 1:05

    7th Period       1:09/1:12 to 1:45

    Hear what HMS Students have to say in our very own Student Newspaper- HMS Buzz Feed!

    Session 3

    Session 2

    Session 1

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    A Note from your Hornet Culture Club:

    You are what you eat! Did you know that the everyday food colorings we use are made from chemicals such as petroleum and bugs?! Red food coloring is derived from crushed, red cochineal bugs. Alternatives to eating chemicals and bugs would be beets for red coloring, and Butterfly pea flowers for blue coloring. (5/22)

    Early Release Days

    (Thursdays - 1:45 p.m. Dismissal)  

    August 25                  February 9

    September 8             March 9

    October 13                April 20

    December 8              May 11

    January 12 

    Minimum Days 

    (12:50 p.m. Dismissal)

    October 28                 May 30-31

    December 21              June 1

    Observation Days/Holidays


    September 5: Labor Day

    October 31: Non School/Nonwork Day

    November 1: Staff Development Day

    November 11: Veterans Day

    November 21-25: Thanksgiving Break

    December 22- January 8: Winter Break

    January 16: MLK Day

    February 17-20: Presidents' Day

    March 13: Staff Development Day

    April 7-14: Spring Break

    May 29: Memorial Day

    In the Spotlight

    About Us

    The staff at HMS strive to help every student succeed. We expect students to commit to their education by completing all assignments, attending school regularly, and develop a respect for others and for learning. We are a school that emphasizes the core values: Accountability, Respect, and Empathy through daily activities and student involvement in the classrooms.
    We A.R.E. HMS - Accountable, Respectful, Empathetic.
    "An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." -Benjamin Franklin

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