Last Week Schedule
Please review the information below for days and times of final exams and other events. Please check with your student about their exams and how many class periods they will use. Contact your child's teacher if you have any questions. We do not allow students to test early, so if a student will be absent, they will need to make up any missed exams over the summer. Please contact your grade-level Assistant Principal if you know your student is going to miss a test.
Exam Schedule by Content Area
May 18th and/or 23rd - ELA and World Language/Reading Finals
May 19th and/or 24th - Math and Social Studies Finals
May 20th and/or 25th - Science Finals
*Students will test during their regular class time
**May 18-20 will be used only if the final for that class requires two periods
Other End-of-School Activities
May 25th - 8th Grade Breakfast and 8th Grade Celebration
May 26th - Last Day of School (PRIDE celebration and Mustang Day for all three grade levels)
Clinic Request - Medication Pick-up
Please remember to pick up any medication that your child may have in the clinic by Thursday, May 26, 2016. Any medication left in the clinic by the end of the school day will be discarded. Also, remember that a new Medication Authorization form and/or Health Care Plan for your child will need to be completed by you and your health care provider every school year. Forms and plans may be found at the following link.
Summer School Information
We are pleased to be able to offer a summer learning opportunity at Hopewell Middle School. Students will be able to remediate course failures and 8th graders will have the opportunity to work on both reading and mathematic skills in order to take the Georgia Milestones Retest from June 21-23.
Dates: June 2 - 23
Time: 8:45 am - 12:45 pm
Meals: Breakfast and Snack
Transportation: Will be provided at sweep stops. See attached information.
Flyer and Registration
Please return the Registration form to the Front Office by May 27. If you have any questions about our Summer School program, please contact our Summer School Principal, Joel Peterson, at email@example.com.
Summer Reading Resources
The Fulton METI website is full of great resources to encourage reading during the summer including Georgia's Summer Reading Challenge, free online resources, and the FCS additional summer reading lists.
Rising 6th Grade Info
future mustangs and parents! If you were unable to attend Parent Night for
rising 6th graders on 2/29/16, you can access the PPT presentation here. In addition, check-out the website www.risingmustangs.com! This website
is designed specifically for upcoming 6th graders and contains a lot
of valuable information about HMS! We look forward to seeing you soon!
Planning to travel? Check this first
If you are planning to travel during the school year, please review your child's attendance record first. Fulton County Schools' attendance policy can be found online at www.hopewellmustangs.net under Parents, 2015-2016 Handbook and on page 6 in your child's agenda. Please note that in order to have any planned absence considered approved, a letter from the parent must be submitted to the assistant principal PRIOR (3 to 5 days) to the planned absence. Approved absences are limited to six (6) per year. The absence may or may not be approved. As well, if your child has missed 10 or more total days of school this year, you may be asked to provide medical notes for additional absences to be considered excused (in accordance with Fulton County's attendance policy). Please reconsider scheduling your family travel/vacation time to coincide with school breaks and avoid missed class time whenever possible.
Thank you for your assistance in keeping your student in class for instruction.
NEW: Student News
Click here to view Student News (this page can also be found in the drop-down menu STUDENTS - Student News). Showing our Mustang PRIDE!
Please review THIS DOCUMENT that explains the new carpool procedures.
Residency Verification Requirements
The district revised its School Admission Policy for Residence Verification. Families are no longer required to complete an Affidavit of Residence for every year of student enrollment. Proofs of residence must be provided at the following times:
- Initial enrollment into Fulton County Schools
- Entry into Kindergarten, 6th grade, 9th grade
- When there is any address change.
See Registration and Forms for more information and a list of approved documents.
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