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Upcoming Events

  • Three girls pose in the stands before the basketball gameEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • Mr. Kilian gives both teams a pre-game pep talkEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • Mrs. Lyden attempts to block a passEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • The male staff members watch the game from the sidelinesEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • Mr. Kilian dribbles and looks for an opening as two students converge on himEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • Mr. Gopegui goes for the block as a student player attempts to jump past himEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • The students and faculty get together for a group photo after the gameEveryone had a ball at this year's Students vs. Faculty Basketball Game
  • Girls playing soccerSpring sports are well underway. Go, Mustangs!
  • Boys playing baseballSpring sports are well underway. Go, Mustangs!
  • Boys playing soccerSpring sports are well underway. Go, Mustangs!
  • A girl sits in a suspended hoop, making a surprised faceStudents learn from members of Secret Cirkus to prepare for this Spring's performance: "Under the Big Top"
  • Two girls pose with a giant hula hoopStudents learn from members of Secret Cirkus to prepare for this Spring's performance: "Under the Big Top"
  • A group of students learn about baton twirling from an instructorStudents learn from members of Secret Cirkus to prepare for this Spring's performance: "Under the Big Top"
  • A boy suspended upside-down from two silks poses for a fun photoStudents learn from members of Secret Cirkus to prepare for this Spring's performance: "Under the Big Top"
  • Image text reads 'Miss something? Want to see more? Check out our Photo Albums'.For more photos, check out our Photo Albums page
  • Get geared up at the new Mauldin Middle Online Store - Shop Now! Men's Apparel, Women's Apparel, Youth Apparel, Headwear, Drinkware, Teacher GiftsVisit the PTA's new MMS Online Store and shop for Mauldin Mustangs apparel, bags, hats, and gifts!
  • New Clear Bag Policy for GCS Athletic Events.Read more about the new Clear Bag Policy for GCS athletic events.

News and Notes

End of Course Testing

End of Course (EOC) testing for MMS students taking higher-level courses will be taking place on the following days:

  • May 23 - English 1 (Part 1)
  • May 29 - Engligh 1 (Part 2)
  • May 30 - Algebra 1

Students taking these tests are reminded to bring their fully-charged Chromebooks to school on these days. Students taking the Algebra 1 test on May 30 will turn in their devices after they complete their test.

 


Final Exam Schedules

Final exams for MMS students are scheduled for Friday, May 31-Tuesday, June 4. There will be an Exam Make-Up Day scheduled for Wednesday, June 5, which is a half day for students.

6th Grade Exam Schedule

7th Grade Exam Schedule

8th Grade Exam Schedule

 


Is Your Address Up-To-Date?

icon: sent mailReport cards are mailed at the end of the school year to your address on file. If that address is not correct, your student will not receive their final report card. Parents and guardians should check make sure this information is current. If you have moved or changes must be made, two proofs of residency are required for address verification at all Greenville County Schools.

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

 


Attention Rising 7th Grade Parents

icon: vaccineImportant Notice about Tdap Vaccine: In accordance with South Carolina law, all 7th grade students must have the Tdap vaccination. 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 2019-2020 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 Nurse Knowles.

 


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.

 


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.