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Important Notice about Tdap Vaccinations: In accordance with South Carolina law, all students must have the Tdap vaccination prior to the start of their 7th grade school year. Tdap is a combination vaccine that protects against three potentially life-threatening bacterial diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough).
Mauldin Middle School requires that the vaccination (or exemption) be completed and all immunization certificates turned in to the school before the student starts orientation for the 2021-2022 year. Students will not receive their schedule if the school does not have all of their correct documentation on file. We appreciate everyone who has already completed the Tdap requirements. If you have not, please be advised of this policy and complete the requirements as soon as possible.
Please do not wait until the start of your child's 7th grade school year. This must be on file with our nurses prior to the start of 7th grade. Please email a proof of vaccination to Nurse Abercrombie, or fax it to 864-355-6988.
The purpose of the Summer Bridge Program is to provide additional academic support to prepare students for the next grade level and support learning loss during the pandemic. This program is free for students, and will take place at Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School.
Dates: June 21 - July 19, 2021 (no school on Fridays or the week of July 5)
Hours: 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
If your student will be participating in the Summer Bridge Program this year, please fill out the online form.
As we are preparing for the next school year's registration, it is most important that we have your correct address information on file. This determines the school your student will attend. Also, keep in mind that the final report cards are mailed at the end of the school year. All address changes require proper documentation (two proofs of residency) to be presented to the school.
If you have moved or will be moving, please email Kathy Monaghan, our Registrar, or call 864-355-6774.
All students must wear a mask when unable to socially distance while at school, during school-sponsored programs, or when under the control and care of the School District unless a student has a disability that would prevent the wearing of a mask. Students may also submit medical documentation to the school’s administration, and any medical exemption will be considered on an individual basis based upon that medical documentation. Any student who communicates an absolute refusal to wear a mask and is not willing to comply with the requirement will face consequences, and could ultimately be assigned to the District’s virtual program.
Mauldin Middle School is considering resuming our Extended Day Program (EDP) for the 2021-22 school year. To offer the program, we want to ensure our students' health and safety, and we will need to know that there is enough interest to plan for this option.
The Extended Day Program is an awesome resource! Although the program is not an academic tutoring resource, it provides a short-term child care solution until parents can arrive to pick up their students. Students who take part are supervised by a teacher, provided with a snack, and given the opportunity to complete homework assignments prior to having free time.
Parents of rising 7th and 8th grade students: Please take a moment to fill out our EDP Interest Survey. This is not an application for the program. Applications and additional details will be made available once we announce an official return to the program.
Please visit our Extended Day Program (EDP) page for more information about the program.
Students are required to wear their school issued picture ID everyday while on campus. If a student doesn’t have their school issued ID, they will be given a yellow temporary sticker ID for the day.
Each quarter, a student will be given 4 temporary ID’s without penalty. Upon receiving their 5th temporary ID, the student will serve a half day of In School Suspension (ISS). Upon the receipt of their 10th temporary ID, the student will be assigned 1 full day of ISS. Record of temporary ID’s will be reset at the start of each quarter.
New picture ID’s can be purchased in the Media Center for $5.00.
In preparation for 2021-2022, we need to know if your child's transportation method will change for the new school year.
If the method of transportation is going to change, we need you to complete the 2021-2022 Transportation Request Form (English | Spanish) and return it to Mrs. Kathy Monaghan, our school Registrar, as soon as possible. This applies to current virtual and brick-and-mortar students.
If the transportation method is not going to change for next year, you do not need to complete the form.
Completed forms can be faxed (864-355-9462) or emailed to Kathy Monaghan.
Due to a recent USDA waiver, Greenville County Schools is providing free school meals to all students for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. There is no requirement to complete an application to receive this meal benefit. It applies to meals served to students when they are attending school in person, participating in eLearning, and attending the Virtual Program. Breakfasts and lunches are available daily at all schools.
First, check our MMS Chromebooks website. It contains a wealth of information about Chromebooks, Google apps, and more!
If you still need help, or your device needs repair...
In-person students can bring their Chromebook to Mrs. Wylie or the Media Center.
Virtual students can call 355-HELP(4357) for technical help, or may drop their damaged device at any GCS Career Center on Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM–4:00 PM.