Come "run wild" with the Mustangs and the Eagles on March 28 from 4-6 PM at this family-friendly 5k event! This walk/run benefits the Mauldin Elementary School Mighty Eagles and the Mauldin Middle School Mustangs. This is an event for all ages, all abilities: walkers, runners, strollers... everyone is welcome! For those who are into competition, the race is accurately measured and professionally timed.
The run/walk will start and finish at MES and will be run on a 5k (3.1 mile) road course that utilizes a bit of both MES and MMS. There will be custom award medals for top overall male and female runners, and the top three places in each age group.
Entries for the 5k are only $10 through February 1. (Price increases to $20 on February 2.) There will be a free Kids Dash at the event.
For additional information or to sign up, visit the race website.
If you are interested in working at a job where you can make a difference in the quality of our community and receive great benefits, you are encouraged to attend the next GCS Job Fair! Anyone wishing to apply for bus driver, bus aide, custodial, or food service positions is welcome to attend.
Mauldin Middle School strives to provide a safe learning environment for students. To ensure student safety, there are some simple things we are asking for help with from parents during morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up times.
Morning Drop-Off: Drop-off time for students begins at 7:30 AM. Students who are dropped off prior to that time are not monitored by the school, and are not allowed into the school building. This presents a potentially dangerous situation for unattended minors. Parents who arrive with students prior to 7:30 AM are asked to wait with their student until the building is opened, or to talk with the front office about how to have their child ride the school bus in the mornings.
Afternoon Pick-Up: Students should only be picked up at their designated drop-off car loop at dismissal time. Please do not pick up students in the business parking lots across the street. There is no designated cross-walk or crossing guard, which means students are attempting to cross 4 lanes of traffic (plus a turning lane) at a busy time of the day. This presents a very high safety risk for our students, your children, and drivers.
Additionally, do not park at Mauldin Elementary to pick up middle school students. Officers from the Mauldin Police Department will be warning parents not to park there and directing them to use the MMS car loops for student pickup.
Students who are interested in participating in Track & Field at MHS this year should make plans to attend a meeting for parents and athletes on Wednesday, January 29. The meeting will be held at 6:30 PM in the MHS Auditorium.
Students are asked to bring the following items to the meeting:
Is your student having trouble accessing certain websites at home, but they work fine at school? They probably just need to use the GCSD Authentication portal.
The GCSD firewall follows students on their Chromebooks and works even more strongly when students take the devices off of district property. If your student is having trouble accessing the internet on home or public wi-fi, it is because of this firewall. Students will often be able to access their email and Google Drive, but not much else when this is the case. To gain access, students must follow these steps to authenticate their wi-fi source.
If you have any other questions about student Chromebooks, their functionality, or are experiencing any problems, please visit our MMS Chromebooks page. You may also email our Technology Clerk, Mrs. Wylie, if you do not find what you're looking for on the site.
Lost 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.
At the beginning of each week during the school year, parents, faculty and staff should expect to receive a recorded message from our Principal, Mrs. Greene, notifying you of school news and important information about the week ahead. If for any reason you miss this phone call and would like to access a typed copy of the message, you need only visit the Weekly Message page of our website.
You can access this page by:
We are excited to announce that you can now use MySchoolBucks to pay online for more than just lunches at MMS! This new service allows you to pay for school fees and purchases online using a credit or debit card.
Enrollment is easy! If you are already using MySchoolBucks to pay for school meals, your account is already set up and ready to go! Just log in and click on the new link to Store.
If you haven't used MySchoolBucks before, visit their website today to register for your account.
If you have any questions, please visit MySchoolBucks Help or call their Customer Support at 1-855-832-5226.