Hillcrest Middle School

We are PATS: Proactive, Accepting, Teachable and Successful!


  • Red Ribbon Week: October 22-26

    Monday: Wear Neon- We are too bright for drugs.

     

    Tuesday: Wear Red, White and Blue - Patriots say no to drugs.

     

    Wednesday: Wear Red or Orange - We are united against bullying and drugs!

     

    Thursday: Wear Denim - We are JEAN-US because we say no to drugs.

     

    Friday: Wear College Jersey or Shirt - Team up against drugs.

     

Our Partners

  • Thanks to our wonderful Adopt-a-School Partners for supporting the students and staff at Hillcrest Middle School! 
    Milo's
    Shelton State
     
    TTL
     

    Thanks also to DCH Sports Medicine for providing training services for our student athletes.  

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     October is
    Bullying Awareness Month!
     Our focus is taking time to be kind, thoughtful and proactive. 
     
    If you see someone being bullied, report it to an adult.
     
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    Did you know?

    *The definition of BULLYING is.....When someone says or does something intentionally hurtful and keeps doing it, even when you ask them to stop or get upset.

     

    *When someone says or does something unintentionally hurtful once, it’s rude. 

     

    *When someone says or does something intentionally hurtful more than once, it’s mean.  

     
     
     
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    Battle of the Books
     
     
    Health Assessment Document Change for 2018-2019
     
    Any student with noted health conditions on the Health portion of Infosnap/Health Assessment forms will require verification/documentation from their physician prior to the development or continuation of a health care plan.  Please provide the latter documentation to your child's school nurse as soon as possible, preferably prior to students' first day of school.
     
     
     How Much Weight is in Your Child's Backpack?
     backpack ATTENTION PARENTS: IS YOUR CHILD CARRYING 20-30% OF THEIR BODY WEIGHT IN THEIR BACKPACK? According to Change.org (2017), it is medically proven that children carrying more than 10% of their body weight is damaging to their spines. "Just because you can’t see the internal damage, doesn’t mean it isn’t happening" (Sams, 2017).  

    BECOME AWARE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF ENSURING THAT YOUR CHILD IS CARRYING NO MORE THAN 10% OF THEIR WEIGHT IN THEIR BACKPACK.   -VISIT www.bacsupport.com FOR MORE INFORMATION.

     
     
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