In our effort to promote good communication between home and school. The week of February 9-12, 2015 has been designated as a Parent-Teacher Conference Week for Hilliard Memorial Middle School. Parent-Teacher conferences are an important part of communication between parents and teachers. Teachers will be available for afternoon and evening conferences on Tuesday, February 10. During the week, other conference times may be arranged by mutual agreement.
We will be scheduling our face to face conferences online this Winter.
We are using SignUp Genius to schedule face-to-face conferences. Click on our “Winter Parent Conference Link”. This will lead you to a page where you will be able to click on individual teachers to schedule a conference. All teachers will be scheduling individual conferences. SignUp Genius will require an email to sign up. Once you have selected your time, a confirmation email will be sent to you verifying your time. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis. If there are no more available time slots to schedule a face-to-face conference, contact the teacher via email or by phone, (614) 921-7600, to schedule another date and time.
If you did not order a 14-15 Yearbook for your child earlier this year you still have time. Orders are still being taken online at the HR Imaging website. Yearbooks are $27 and will be delivered to students at the end of the school year.
Bradley High School is hosting a meeting this Monday, January 26, for all current 8th graders and their parents to discuss the class registration process for next year. The meeting will start at 7pm in the Bradley HS auditorium. All current 8th graders and their parents are encouraged to attend.
MMS will host a meeting on Monday, February 9, for current 7th graders and their parents to discuss the class registration process for 8th grade. At this meeting representatives from Discovery Tours will also be here to provide information about this fall’s 8th grade trip to Washington, DC. All of this year’s 7th graders and their parents are encouraged to attend.
The Memorial Middle School guidance department put students through a detailed internet safety program. They felt the presentation was important as the district moves forward with the One2One Roll Out. They teach internet safety and good decision making to both the 7th and 8th grade classes. They want the students to have the right tools to make good choices online and also know what to do if they are confronted with cyber bullying or other dangerous situations while online. Read More…