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Upcoming Events

  • Mauldin Middle School Spirit Week | Friday: America DaySpirit Week Dress Up Days: Friday is America Day!
  • Students helping raise the American flag at Fort Sumter8th grade students help raise the flag at Fort Sumter during their field trip to Charleston, SC.
  • A group of students gather at the entrance to Bi-Lo7th graders take a trip to Bi-Lo for a real-world math lesson.
  • A male student points at something while wearing VR gogglesTraveling to France may not be in the budget, but a VR trip to the Palace of Versailles is still exciting!
  • Students look on while a male student prepares to throw a bocce ballMembers of Be A Fan Club participate as unified teams in Bocce at Special Olympics
  • Two girls pose for a photo at Special OlympicsMembers of Be A Fan Club participate as unified teams in Bocce at Special Olympics
  • A girl throws her bocce ballMembers of Be A Fan Club participate as unified teams in Bocce at Special Olympics
  • A group of students pose for a photo at the Special Olympics awards banquetMembers of Be A Fan Club participate as unified teams in Bocce at Special Olympics
  • A closeup photo of a student-made paper roller coaster featuring a brightly colored 'Start' sign8th Grade science classes present their paper roller coasters, demonstrating the laws of gravity, friction, energy and force.
  • Mr. Kilian watches as two boys present their paper roller coaster.8th Grade science classes present their paper roller coasters, demonstrating the laws of gravity, friction, energy and force.
  • A female student carefully lets a marble go down a paper roller coaster track8th Grade science classes present their paper roller coasters, demonstrating the laws of gravity, friction, energy and force.
  • Two girls wait to present their paper roller coaster8th Grade science classes present their paper roller coasters, demonstrating the laws of gravity, friction, energy and force.
  • The MMS volleyball team and coach pose, cheering, with their championship trophyCongratulations to our Lady Mustangs Volleyball team for winning the 2018 District Championship title. View the YouTube video from the championship game. Go Mustangs!!
  • New Clear Bag Policy for GCS Athletic Events.Read more about the new Clear Bag Policy for GCS athletic events.
  • Image text reads 'Miss something? Want to see more? Check out our Photo Albums'.For more photos, check out our Photo Albums page

News and Notes

GCS Recognition of MMS Staff Member

We are proud to announce that our Technology Clerk, Kim Wylie, was recognized for American Education Week as an outstanding member of the Mauldin Middle School Support Staff.

We feel fortunate to have Mrs. Wylie at our school, and this article shares the many ways she benefits our students and staff. Please take time to learn more about Mrs. Wylie’s role here at MMS.

 

 

 


Change in Assignment Choice Lottery Window

icon: school crossing signThe Change in Assignment Choice Lottery Window for the 2019-20 school year will be open from November 19 through December 5, 2018.  A parent must come to the school in person, and the dates are strictly adhered to – no exceptions.

The second round of the lottery will not start until January 7, 2019.

Visit the GCS website for more information.

 


Human Growth & Sexuality

icon: human healthFirst semester Physical Education classes at MMS will be teaching students the unit on Human Growth & Sexuality December 3-14.

Parents/guardians of these students are invited to come by the MMS Media Center during school hours November 26-30 to review the materials that will be presented. Materials may not be checked out and may only be viewed here at the school. Please contact the Front Office with questions.

 


3rd Annual Holiday Card Contest

icon: holiday card with evergreen trees, says 'Seasons Greetings'We are excited to announce our 3rd Annual Holiday Card Contest! Students interested in entering the contest should design a holiday card for our school and submit it to Mrs. Batson in the Library by Monday, December 3. All entries should be submitted on an 8½" x 11" sheet of unlined paper.

The winning holiday card will be sent to Greenville County Middle Schools, business partners, and other Mauldin Middle School friends. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Batson.

 


Lost & Found

icon: lost & foundLost items aren't always gone for good. Students who have misplaced jackets, sweatshirts, lunchboxes, and other non-electronic items should check our Lost & Found room. It is open every Tuesday morning from 8:00-8:30 AM.

View our Lost & Found photo album to see if you spot something that's yours.

Please Note: If you have lost an electronic device (such as a wireless mouse, a phone, etc.), please check with the front office. If you lost a Chromebook, please check with Mrs. Wylie.

 


Have you moved?

icon: moving truckIf you have moved or will be moving, you must contact the Registrar to update your information. Two proofs of residency are required for address verification at all Greenville County Schools.

For further details, please email Kathy Monaghan or call her at 864-355-6774.

 


New Clear Bag Policy for Athletic Events

icon: MMS Clear BagGreenville County Schools has a new clear bag policy for home athletic events beginning this school year. Spectators will be permitted to carry one large clear bag (a gallon size Ziplock style bag or a 12" x 6" x 12" clear bag, plus a small clutch purse 4.5" x 6.5"). Mauldin Middle School's PTA sells approved clear bags in the School Store every morning for $5.00.

GCS is continually reviewing safety and security. Utilizing a screening process that includes a clear bag policy will enhance safety inside athletic venues and speed the screening process along. The clear bag is easily and quickly searched and greatly reduces faulty bag searches. It also supports the Department of Homeland Security's "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign.

Read more about this new policy.