September is National Literacy Month
September is National Literacy Month


 In recognition of National Literacy Month, teachers and students stressed the importance of reading by sharing a good book with their class. Among the readers were: Coach Patrick Graney, Mrs. Pauline Butts, Kalin Jackson, Kadarrius Lawrence, Skye Ransom, Wiltraunna Williams and Zia Wilson.

5th Grade Team is on the Move

Ms. K. Evans, Ms. J. Johnson and parents have purchased new scholastic books for the 5th graders. The purchases totaled over $100. To implement a better understanding of Social Studies concepts, the team is planning a “Culture Day.” Ms. M. Haseena’s class designed projects and made classroom presentations during a lesson on landforms.

Hancock County Schools

Student Dress Code

Standards for student attire shall be established by the school system in grades K through 12.  These standards will be included in the Student Code of Conduct. A student shall not dress, groom, wear or use emblems, insignias, badges or other symbols where the effect thereof is to distract unreasonably the attention of the other students or otherwise to cause interruption and/or interference with the operation of the school.  If school authorities have a reason to question the appropriateness of a student’s clothing or appearance, parents or guardians will be contacted and informed of such. The school principal/site administrator will make the final determination on whether a student’s dress or appearance conflicts with these standards.
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