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 Current Events

  • Mr. Morris Bendit, grandfather of one of our own HBMS students, graciously shared his Holocaust experience with eighth graders after their study of the novel Night.
  • The Georgia Trip was a huge success. Lots of fun and learning took place!
  • 7th Grade Science students are learning cell parts & functions! Here one group demonstrates their edible cells!
  • The Haynes Bridge 8th Grade Band Members performed with the Centennial Marching Band at the Centennial HS Homecoming Game for 8th Grade “Knight”!
  • The EagleBots Robotics Club members at work practicing their missions!
  • Life Science students reviewing cell parts using AirServer and students using the Gizmos iPad app.
  • Congrats to the HBMS Tennis Team & Coach Jeff Davis for a fantastic tennis tournament and 3rd place finish! Jonah Bergman and Andrew Myer were county doubles champs for the 2nd straight year. Robby Merrill was runner-up in the singles competition.
  • Eagle Awards were given on Friday to teachers and students. Visit our Eagle Award webpage to see the honorees. Go to the Student pull down menu and choose awards - eagle awards. Congratulations to everyone.
  • Our Music Department's pizza fund raiser was a great success!
  • Science students reviewing using Kahoot!
  • Our students are learning a lot and having a blast!


Your Voice Matters!

Haynes Bridge Middle School lead by Fulton County Schools is engaged in an ongoing continuous improvement process. Part of this process involves collecting data to help inform our decision making. An anonymous, online survey is available as a means to elicit your opinions to help target areas for the school system to improve and areas to continue to be effective. The five sections on the survey represent the five AdvancED Standards for Quality School Systems and provide a means for learning about parent/guardian expectations of a high-quality school system. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Please contact Ms. Armstrong at 770 740-7030 if you have any questions, concerns, or need assistance.   We need to have a minimum participation rate of 20%; we are hoping for 100%.  Thank you for your continued support of Haynes Bridge Middle School.

Link to Parent Survey: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/0530556

Red Ribbon Week


Georgia Trip Movie

From Justin Flesher and Nolan Siegel:

On October 15th, the eighth graders set out to explore south Georgia. We saw places like Fort Jackson, Fort King George, Jekyll Island, Savannah, Warm Springs, and Plains. Here is a video that highlights some of our favorites!

​Attention 6th Grade and 7th Grade Parents

Georgia's immunization requirements have changed for children entering 7th grade (who were born on or after January 1, 2002) and for students who are considered "new entrants" in grades 8-12.  Also, 6th grade requirements are different than 5th grade requirements.  Detailed information is available here.

Early Dismissal Policy/Procedure

Parents, just a gentle reminder that all doctor/dentist and other appointments should be scheduled for before of after school hours. We understand that at times there is a need for appointments to be made during instruction time. During these emergencies the following procedures are important for both the safety of our students and staff and for minimal disruption of instruction time:

-Please write a note to the attendance office requesting your child to be dismissed at a particular time. The note should include the date, time and reason for early dismissal.

-Have your child bring the note to the office prior to the beginning of school so that we may take the steps necessary to have your child at the office and ready for you to pick up.
Thank you for your assistance in this matter. These easy steps will help to make early dismissal run smoothly for both you and the school. Remember no students should be checked out after 3:45pm. Any questions, please contact the Front Office.   


HAC ID's are available in the front office . You will need your driver's license to pick up your ID.
Please be advised that HAC end-users are now able to send an email concerning HAC concerns to the following email address:  HACSuggestions@fultonschools.org


Alerts in Home Access Center are not 100% compatible with the Middle School Grading model. Please log into Home Access Center to obtain the most reliable and current information.  You should get accurate Alerts during Quarter 2 and Quarter 4 only. 

Home Access Center is a way for parents to see their student's grades and attendance
information. We encourage you to take advantage of it! Access codes are available for pick up in
the Haynes Bridge front office. You will need a picture id to pick up your code. Only parent/guardians are permitted to have access to their student’s information.

Two common issues with HAC are addressed under Quick Links to the right.

If at any time you have a problem with Home Access Center, please access our website - click on About, scroll down to Contact Us and send us a message. Be sure to include in your message - your name, your student's name and the logon information (user ID and password) you are using to access HAC. Home Access problems are addressed electronically. You will be contacted within 24 hours by return email (excluding weekends). This system does not have automated responses so it must wait for staff to return on Monday to respond.

School Hours
Instructional Hours: 8:55 am - 4:05 pm
Earliest arrival for students is 7:55 am
Breakfast Served: 8:20 am - 8:50 am

Phone & Fax
Front Office: 770-740-7030
Cafeteria 770-740-7037
Fax: 770-667-2842

10665 Haynes Bridge Road,
Alpharetta, GA 30022

School News
Eagle Edition, October 15, 2014
Eagle Edition, October 26, 2014

Please visit our Eagle Edition page for back issues and all attachments.

Supply List - 2014-2015

SAT Word of the Week

nonchalant (adj.) having a lack of concern, indifference

  Although deep down she was very angry, Marsha acted in a nonchalant manner when she found out that her best friend had used her clothing without asking.


10/30/2014 12:00 AM JA-Junior Achievement Day - Field Trip (7th Grade) 
10/30/2014 12:00 AM Red Ribbon Week 
Sock it to drugs (wear mismatched socks)
10/31/2014 12:00 AM Red Ribbon Week 
Wear Red Assembly Day (wear red shirts)
11/2/2014 12:00 AM End of Day Light Savings Time 
11/5/2014 12:00 AM Group Pictures and Make Up/Retake Day 
11/5/2014 12:00 AM Latte Day 
11/4/2014 7:00 PM Orchestra Concert 
11/5/2014 5:00 PM Volleyball Game 
11/5/2014 7:00 PM Round Two Meeting RE: Redistricting 
11/6/2014 7:00 PM Cluster Band Concert for 7th and 8th Grades 
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