|ALGEBRA I PARENTS/STUDENTS: Geometry Honors Camp applications are due, and must be returned to school by June 1.|
Dr. Lloydette Young - Principal
Mr. Daniel Bartley - Assistant Principal
Ms. Celia White-Rhines - Assistant Principal/Curriculum Coach
Ms. Katrina Brooks - Guidance Counselor/GCDF/Newsletter
Ms. Tasha Miller - Guidance Counselor
Ms. Vanessa Barber - Media Specialist
Ms. Carrie Myers - School Secretary
Ms. Angela Mitchum - Bookkeeper
Mr. Colen Lindell - Attendance Aide
Ms. Glinda Napier - School Nurse
Palmetto Silver Award, 2014-2015
Closing the Achievement Gap
Palmetto Silver Award, 2013-2014
Closing the Achievement Gap
SMS Mission Statement
It is the mission of Schofield Middle School to
provide a challenging academic program for our
students in a safe, caring school environment, thus
facilitating a smooth transition from elementary to
Our Purpose: "Schofield Middle School will develop the skills and confidence in our students within a nurturing and safe environment that facilitates the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, as well as, an infusion of the Arts into their educational experiences."
Our Direction: "Schofield Middle School's direction is for all stakeholders to be committed to fostering a rigorous academic and technological curriculum that will prepare students to become productive citizens and future leaders as they compete and contribute in a global society."
6th grade - May 31, 2016, 9:00 am
7th grade - June 1, 2016, 9:00 am
8th grade - June 2, 2016, 9:00 am
Summer Reading GT 7th Grade
Use this summer to get ahead!! Students may take Keyboarding and/or Computer Applications during the summer for high school credit! See the flyer for further information or contact the main office. **UPDATE** The $100 fee has been waived for these courses. You do not have to wait until the summer school registration opens to register for these classes. Create an account through VirtualSC to get started. See this tutorial for how to create your student account and also how to select courses.
Check out the video to see us in the Run United Commercial
and runner up Abby Christensen.
of the National Geographic Bee!
The South Carolina State Bee Will be held on Friday, April 1, 2016.
Schofield Middle School students find ‘Joye’ in musical expression
Mrs. Monica Mance
7th Grade Social Studies Teacher
Congratulations to our 2016 First Year Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to our GEM (Giving Even More) Staff Member of 2016
Mrs. Angela Mitchum
For current high school students, JSTI offers a two-week, all expenses paid, residential program; for middle school students (JSTI-MS) a one-week all expenses paid residential program; and for teachers, current high school STEM teachers, the JSTI is a two-week, all expenses paid residential program.
JSTI will provide teachers with world–class laboratory research experiences with research scientists. Teachers will learn to integrate research experiences into their classroom, experience the interdisciplinary nature of research, and increase their awareness of career opportunities in related fields.
To learn more about this program, go to http://www.orau.org/center-for-science-education/events/jsti/default.html
If you have any questions please see Denise Baken's contact information below.
DENISE N. BAKEN, Ph.D
Shield Analysis Technology, LLC
703-474-6320 (c )
At a recent ceremony the newest persons who earned their Technician Class FCC license were recognized for their achievement. Then new Hams are members of the Schofield Middle School Radio Club and the Mother of one of the new licensees.
From left to right in the above photo are KM4QJL-Sonya Adams, her son KM4QJK-Christian Adams, KK4FCI-Richard Nelson Faculty Advisor, KQ4KK-Kent Hufford-K4NAB Member and Club Elmer and KM4QJM-Ella Dietzel.
The new HAMs were also given a new radio and instructions on how to use and a list of local repeaters and net times where they were encouraged to get on the air. Their success was preceded by intensive preparation for taking the test during club meetings and other sessions outside of club meetings. Congratulations Sonya, Christian and Ella. (Photo and story by NC8N-Mike Newland)
Click here to download a Yearbook Order Form
(personalizations are no longer offered)
The Rambler Newsletter
SMS Visit Residents at the Croft House
7th & 8th grade Chorus students sang Christmas Carols, visited with
the seniors and donated socks
Congratulations Jaelyn Richardson, 2nd Place Winner!
Congratulations to Jaelyn for placing 2nd place in the Group 1 Spelling Bee.
We would also like to thank Mason Collins and De'Shaun Potts for their participation and support.
Mr. Adams' classes learn about Pond Ecosystems.
If you are interested in doing a" Book Talk", see Mrs. Barber in the Media Center.
"What Does an Architect Do?"
Way to go !!
WATCH D.O.G.S. | National Center for Fathering
WATCH D.O.G.S. is a one-of-a-kind, school-based father involvement program that works to support education and safety As a program of the National Center for
WATCH D.O.G.S. IN ACTION
If you are interested in becoming a SMS WATCH D.O.G.S participant, please contact Daniel Bartley, Assistant Principal, at 803-641-2770.
Schofield requires students to dress appropriately while at school and to avoid inappropriate dress that may lead to disruption in the learning process.
Per the Aiken County Public Schools website, the following dress code will be enforced:
- Wear shoes at all times. Closed toe shoes provide the best foot protection. Bedroom shoes are not permitted
- Wear knee-length shorts, skorts, jumpers, shirt, or dresses/skirts. This length applies when dresses or skirts are worn over leggings. Parents will be contacted to bring appropriate length clothes if shorts, skorts, jumpers, or dresses/skirts are too short. Pants, shorts, skorts and skirts must be worn at the waistline
- Undergarments and midriffs must not be exposed. Low cut necklines and tank tops are not acceptable
- Caps, bandanas, and head coverings should not be worn at school. These items will be confiscated!
- Refrain from wearing any type of bandana
Items that MUST NOT be worn at school or to events as a school representative
- T-shirts with obscene, disruptive, or illegal messages
- Clothing that is in bad taste and causes disruption to the educational process
- Clothing such as jeans, that is turn or tethered above the knee.
- Tank tops, (t-straps), halter tops, sheer blouses, or any tops that expose the body inappropriately
- Shirts that are short or low cut and expose the body
- Refrain from form fitted clothing
- Sagging pants that expose the undergarments and create difficulty in walking
- Costumes (including Halloween) are not permitted
- Hats (not caps) may be worn outdoors during cold weather, but not inside the building. Hoods/Hoodies may not be worn inside the building
- Combs and hair picks should not be worn in hair
- Chains (attached to wallets or excessively heavy neck chains) should not be worn to school
- Jewelry or piercing that imitates violence, vulgarity, or illegal messages should not be worn to school
Remind is a simple way for you to stay informed and up-to-date with what's happening in our school. By joining Remind, you are choosing to receive messages via push notifications, SMS, or email. Don't worry, your phone number will not be shared. This is an additional communication tool to keep you informed of school events.
Please don’t wait—avoid the rush by making an appointment with your child’s healthcare provider today to get the required Tdap vaccine and other vaccines recommended for your child’s protection.
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/2413607/File/Med Permission 2013.pdf
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/2413607/File/Parent Letter for OTC Medication.pdf
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/2413607/File/Tdap Vaccination Reminder.pdf
ACORN MENTOR PROGRAM
We are excited that South Aiken Presbyterian and Friendship Baptist Church are collaborating with Schofield Middle again this year to provide mentors for our students.
At Schofield Middle, we believe students need positive affirmation, encouragement, and assistance in setting goals. Our mentors will serve as positive role models and commit to 30 minutes weekly to listen, encourage, tutor, finish projects and classwork, and assist in the development of goals.
The commitment for volunteers who participate is one day per week during the child’s lunch period (about 30 minutes) throughout the school year, and the volunteer can pick the day he/she is available. If we can start identifying volunteers from any congregation or community members who are interested in serving, they can start the screening and training process very quickly.Please contact Tasha Miller 641-2770 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org