Thomas S. Hart Middle School

News and Announcements

Promotion Leis on Sale Now

Already a tradition at Hart, 8th Grade Promotion Leis are a magical touch to an already special day. These leis are delivered straight to students' advisement classes just prior to the ceremony. Choose from three beautiful options plus your personal message. (click on the headline for link and more info)
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6th and 7th Grade Parents Needed

Now is the time for this year's 6th and 7th grade parents to "Pay It Forward" by volunteering to help at the 8th Grade Promotion Party on Friday, May 25.
While the event is planned and organized by the 8th grade parents, we recruit parents of younger students to volunteer at the event so that the 8th graders are not mortified by having to mingle with their parents at the students' end of middle school party.
We need parents for several tasks and shifts please sign up by clicking on the headline to find link. All volunteers must be cleared through the district.
Grab a friend or two and lend a helping hand. We need lots of chaperones as this is a very well attended party! We would like a couple of dads to help so that we can monitor the boys' bathroom. Please contact Audrey Purnell at with any questions.
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8th grade parents - We need YOU!

The theme for this year's promotion party is “Seas The Day”. We will have a DJ, photo booth, fantastic decorations and more. We have also enlisted the help of the 6th/7th grade parents to chaperone. Now we need your help to sell tickets, decorate for the party and donate food, and/or money. Cash/check donations are much appreciated to help pay for the pizza, food not donated, and incidentals. Donations can be dropped off in an envelope with your name on it to Sally Pace in the Hart office. Please be sure to label it 8th Grade Promotion Party.
Click on the headline for link to sign up.
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Keep Our Kids Healthy

Please do not send your child to school if he/she has any of the following symptoms:
* Common cold: Keep home during period of productive cough and yellow or green nasal discharge
* Fever (over 100 degrees) – in some children, a lower temperature represents a fever. Please keep your child home for 24 hours after a fever without the aid of Tylenol or Advil)
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Parents Guide to Snapchat

As parents we must stay informed about all the new technology available to our kids. Maintaining conversations with them requires us to be proactive and knowing what's new and trendy.
SnapChat is a fun and very popular app among our kids, Do you know what it is? Find out more and stay social media savvy.
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After School Library Homework Drop-In Program

We are happy to announce our 2017-2018 Homework program will begin on Monday, September 11, 2017.
Thanks to the generosity of parent donations, the Hart Middle School Library will be open Mondays -Thursdays from 3:15 - 4:30 pm. Students are welcome to come to do their homework and seek help from 2 credentialed staff members as needed. Students will be required to sign-in upon arrival and can attend on an as needed basis.
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PSAT Results Information

Dear Parents and Guardians of 8th graders who participated in the PSAT 8/9,

By the end of this week, your student will be receiving a hard copy of their PSAT 8/9 score report test results from their school. Please be sure to ask them for this score report, as it the only hard copy the school received.

To assist with explaining the score report, our middle school counseling team put together
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This is a reminder to obey the traffic laws while riding your bike. That means you cross the street in the crosswalk, only when the light says it's okay and you walk your bike across. You must also obey traffic laws like wearing a helmet and stopping for red lights and stop signs and most importantly, you ride WITH the traffic flow not against it and you remain in the bike lane. These rules are here for your safety and the safety of others around you.
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Make a Difference Award Nominations

The “Make a Difference” Awards were established to celebrate the special education youth throughout our community and provide an opportunity for families to acknowledge individuals who have gone “above and beyond” to make a difference in the life of a special child.
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Staff vs Students Basketball Event

The most entertaining fundraising of the year is coming up on April 13 at 5:30 pm. Students, start organizing your team now! All grades, all levels invited. Each team comes up with a team name, costume/uniform and pay $25 entry fee for the opportunity to play during a segment of the first and second half of a game against the undefeated Teachers and Administrators Star Team.
Come enjoy funny refs and a light hearted mood. Pizza and other snacks will be for sale at the event. Come bring your whole family and create community as well as being entertained. (click on the headline for link to google form to register your team)
We are also in need of donations for the raffle and sale items and for volunteers to help at the basketball fundraiser, please click on the headline and sign up to help!
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