IMPORTANT DATES

  • Events

    Sept. 19 - SMMS Pep Rally "Wipeout" the Rebels! All students will be allowed to dress in Hawaiian or beach themed clothes.  All outfits must be school appropriate and follow the school dress code policy. The grade with the highest percentage of students dressed up will receive Popsicles.

    Sept. 19 - Volleyball @ Hancock 5:00

    Sept. 19 - Football George County @ SMMS 5:00

    Sept. 20 - Picture Day. Uniforms required.

    Sept. 26 - Football Colmer @ SMMS 5:00

    Sept. 27 - Snow Balls

    Sept. 30-Oct. 4 - SMMS Spirit Week

    ALL CLOTHING/ACCESSORIES MUST BE SCHOOL APPROPRIATE

    • Monday - Matching/Squad Day
    • Tuesday - Monopoly Day: Dress professional or Boujee
    • Wednesday - Risk Day: Wear Camouflage
    • Thursday - Battleship Day: Battle of the Grades.
      • 6th wear white shirts
      • 7th wear gold shirts
      • 8th wear blue shirts
    • Friday - Scrabble Day: How many words can you and your friends create? A SINGLE LETTER must be on the front or back of your shirt. Dress up as something that begins with the first letter of your name. Example: If your name begins with "R", you could dress as a rabbit.

    School Hours

    Car riders may be dropped off after 6:50.

    First bell rings at 7:20.

    The tardy bell rings at 7:25.

    Classes begin at 7:25.

     

     

STUDENT INFORMATION

    • Sign up for Remind Notices

      Get important messages and stay in touch with your or your child's teachers. Click on Our School, Teachers, and select the grade. If a teacher has a Remind account, the sign up information is listed next to his or her name. On your smart phone, text the account name to 81010. Watch for more teacher accounts to be posted!

     

    • SMMS Book Club 

      The Book Club is an after school activity in which students read chapter books, do weekly book talks, write critiques of the books, and perform a public debate. Meetings are Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:30 in Mrs. Gemmill's room 212. At dismissal, Mrs. Gemmill walks with the group to St. Martin Upper where students are to be picked up by parents/guardians. Students must have a signed permission slip and transportation home. Students may bring a snack to eat while reading.

     

    • Registration Information

      ALL STUDENTS ENTERING, ADVANCING, OR TRANSFERRING INTO THE 7TH GRADE WILL NEED PROOF OF AN ADOLESCENT WHOOPING COUGH (PERTUSSIS) BOOSTER, AKA TDAP VACCINE BEFORE ENTRY INTO SCHOOL. 

     

     

    • SMMS Student Pantry 

      SMMS staffulty keeps items on hand for students in need of personal hygiene/grooming items, school supplies, and food. The pantry has been maintained by donations from Donors Choose and staffulty. There is a feminine item cabinet in each girls' restroom in case of emergencies. We appreciate any donations of unscented pads, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, unscented baby wipes, and individual serving size non-perishible food items that don't need to be cooked. We are also collecting reusable bags (ipsy, drawstring, etc.) in which students can discretely take items that they need. We are grateful for your help!

Teacher Tools

  • SMMS Cafeteria

    Cynthia Redmond, Manager

    Phone: (228) 875-7021

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