A Message from our Principal,
Dr. Robin L. Hardy
Welcome to Fairfield Middle School, the Home of Griffin Pride. Our motto, “Where Griffins Unite and Griffins Take Flight” represents the coming together of various different geographical locations and personal experiences. At least five respective elementary schools from across Fairfield County come together—to unite—in the seventh grade. And by the eighth grade year, students are ready to take flight to the new adventures of high school and beyond. We welcome you to join us on our mission to prepare our students for that journey.
Ms. T. Carter
Teacher of the Year!!!
Remind 101 is a system Dr. Hardy can use to send out reminders
and information about school events through text messages.
To participate, simply text @fms1415
to (803) 712-4220. You can opt out at anytime by
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We look forward to strengthening
our school family connection and keeping you informed.
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Congratulations to Lamar Richards, Jamara Green, and JaVan Scott
for participating in the Delta Sigma Theta Oratorical Contest on Saturday,
February 28 at the W.J. Keenan High School Auditorium. JaVan earned 3rd place, and Jamara claimed
second place. Great Work Griffins!
Please use the link below to complete the online survey.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
To move unsteadily back and forth. To hesitate or be unable to make a decision.
Click link to view the educational links to help prepare your student for spring standardized testing.
Coffee Break Canceled
for Thursday, March 5, 2015
The next Coffee Break is scheduled for Thursday, April 9, 2015
FMS Media Center
Thursday, March 05, 2015
Click here for the 2014-2015 Revised District Calendar and Inclement Weather Procedures
are encouraged to request information about the professional qualifications of
both the teacher and paraprofessional working with your child. The Parent’s
Right to Know details include notification that your child has been taught for
four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified. The
school will put necessary supports in place to be sure that standards based
instruction is continued.
Please see the attached link for Services Available to Students with Special Health Care Needs.
FMS Student Handbook 2014-2015