Join us at Mauldin Middle School for Coffee Beans & Books on April 8 from 6:00–7:30 PM. Come enjoy a cup of coffee, and celebrate reading with the family!
Poetry Slam, "Book Tastings," and a Book Fair! Some tasty treats will be available for purchase.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Job shadowing is an excellent chance for your student to learn about a career outside of the classroom. Every Mauldin Middle School student has received a job shadowing packet. For any student wishing to job shadow on March 1, 2024, they must return their completed Permission Form by Wednesday, February 23. All grades and all students can participate in Job Shadowing Day!
Contact School Counselor, Ms. Renee Brown, with any questions.
The ARMES Program serves artistically gifted and talented 3rd–8th grade Greenville County students in the areas of Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Arts, and Creative Writing. Classes are held 2 times a week after school at 3 convenient locations across the district.
Nominations for the 2024-25 school year are now open! Visit our website to learn more about this program and how to nominate someone by March 28!
Transportation Forms for the 2024-25 school year are updated and available on the Forms page of the Employee website. If you have any questions, please contact Dale Allred, 355-8877.
*To access fillable forms, you may need to download the file first, then open it.
This year, Mauldin Middle will be using LiveSchool, an app that will help us share behavior feedback with you and your child. This has replaced the former PRIDE card system and has an added enhancement of rewarding students for positive behavior. Adults in our building use the web-based program or app to assign negative points to students as a result of poor choices, and add positive points to a student account for Preparedness, Respect, Impulse Control, Determination and Empathy.
By setting up a LiveSchool account, parents are able to receive weekly emails with data on:
We will be working hard to make this the best school year yet for your child! To learn more, please visit whyliveschool.com for a short video introduction to the service.
All students will be given a LiveSchool access code for their parents on Monday. Please ask your students for the flyers. You should receive a double-sided letter explaining LiveSchool and a paper with the access codes for both parents and students. Parents are provided two codes for split households. Also, you may add siblings to the same account. Students can access their LiveSchool accounts through their Backpack/Clever account.
Keeping you and our community healthy and safe, as well as maintaining mental well-being, have always been and remain our top priorities. In efforts to help our families have quick access to resources lists, please use the following links:
Mental Health Resource Guide for the Upstate of South Carolina – List compiled by NAMI SC
In light of recent events at athletic venues across the country, Greenville County Schools has updated its safety requirements for athletic events, effective immediately.
Middle school students and younger must be accompanied by an adult 19 years old or older to every high school athletic event (including 7-8th grade D-team football). Middle school students and older must have a school-issued ID to enter a middle school athletic event alone; otherwise, they must be accompanied by an adult 19 years old or older. The detailed safety requirements for both middle school and high school athletic events are below and available on the GCS website. If you have any questions, please reach out to your school’s administration.
Any time there is an event of significance around the country, GCS reviews our safety practices. The above updates were made after reviewing recent events that occurred at athletic venues across the country. We appreciate your cooperation to help ensure the safety of all attendees.
For all Greenville County Schools high school athletic events (including 7-8th grade D-team football), the following requirements are in place to ensure the safety of all attendees:
Some additional reminders:
For all Greenville County Schools middle school athletic events (except football – see high school requirements for 7-8th grade D-team football), the following requirements are in place to ensure the safety of all attendees:
Some additional reminders:
Student accident insurance is offered as a service to parents. The available insurance coverage includes school-only or 24-hour coverage. Coverage, cost, and enrollment information is provided in the links below.
Voluntary student accident insurance is different from athletic insurance, which is required. Information on athletic insurance will be communicated by your school’s athletic department.
Download and open in Adobe Reader to access fillable claim form.
The Student Emergency Information Form in the start of school student packet is sent directly to the Health Room.
No updates are made to our student database from this form.
Use your Backpack account to update your contact information. You’ll need to scan a copy of a recent utility bill* or Change of Address Form. Please notify the school directly as you must provide two proofs of residency.
If your child will be a bus rider, you’ll also need to indicate that in Backpack or complete the Transportation Form, which is available on the district website.
*All address changes must include a current bill dated within past 30 days from either Duke Energy, Laurens Electric, Piedmont Natural Gas, Spectrum, or Greenville Water System. The bill must show the service address, not just the mailing address. If the bill is not in the parent’s name, please contact Guidance for additional information. Please bring paper copies to the Guidance Office or fax info to 355-6670. We cannot change your address without this documentation.
Questions? Please contact the Guidance Office at 355-6774. Thank you!