Address: 1011 Middle School Circle, South Boston, VA 24592
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Phone: (434) 572-4100
Fax: (434) 572-4106

Current Announcements

Blue Comet 5K Run Walk

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The 6th Comet 5K/Kids 1 Mile Fun Run will be held Saturday, April 18th at the Halifax County High School Football Stadium. The Kids Fun Run will begin at 8:30 and the 5K will begin at 9:00. Payment for the run/walk will be taken the day of the race. If you have any questions, contact mdsaunders@halifax.k12.va.us  Please click here to register for the event.

A group will join together on April 18th to not only support our Blue Comet Softball Team, but to support and remember our dear friend, Kim Bosiger. All proceeds from TEAM KIM t-shirts will go to the Kim Bosiger Scholarship Fund. There is a $15.00 minimum donation for TEAM KIM t-shirts.   Click here to join TEAM KIM and purchase a t-shirt to support Kim Bosiger's Scholarship Fund.  Let's show our love and support!  Please Call Gabby Bridgers 572-7001 or Rhonda Reaves 222-9315 if you have any questions about TEAM KIM.


HCMS 2015-16 Registration Starts!

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Registration begins for rising 6th, 7th and 8th grade students on March 23, 2015.  See Campus Portal located on the Halifax County Middle School webpage for additional information.


Making the Connection - PBIS & Halifax Bucks!

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What Is PBIS?  PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and is a school-wide approach to teaching students expected and acceptable behavior for Halifax County Middle School.
  
How Does It Work?  A key strategy of our PBIS process is prevention. Positive behavior support for all students at HCMS is implemented in both the classroom and non-classroom areas.  The support system allow for the utilization of Halifax Bucks and other positive reinforcements.
   
What Are Halifax Bucks?  Students who display exceptional behavior will be acknowledged through Halifax Bucks.  Any staff member can give a student a Halifax Buck as recognition for positive behavior.  Once received, the student can save and redeem their bucks from the Halifax Bucks cart which will be available during lunch one day during the week.

What Can Be Redeemed With the Halifax Bucks?  Several gift items, school supplies, games, special seating during lunch, sweet treats and other items can be found on the Halifax Cart 
Halifax County Middle School is proud to be implementing the Positive Behavior Interventions and Support system as a school-wide discipline program which includes proactive strategies for defining, teaching and supporting appropriate student behaviors. We hope students and parents will get excited about this program.

Please feel free to contact the school for further information about our PBIS program.


HCMS Announces "ROAR" Sessions!

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HCMS faculty and staff will begin their 2nd semester ROAR sessions.  ROAR sessions will allow teachers and staff to "Reteach and Enrich" while making time for every student.  Students will get a chance to participate in peer tutoring, student engagement activities, hands-on games and strategies that allow for relationship building and student success.  ROAR sessions begin on January 12, 2015.  

 

News Through The Year

HCMS 21st Century Program Shines at Conference!
Halifax County Middle School's 21st CCLC after-school coordinators joined in with Halifax County High School coordinators and staff, along with staff from Southside Community College to present at the spring 21st CCLC conference held at Hotel Roanoke .. Read More

 

8th Grade SOL Writing Tests
8th grade students will take the SOL Writing test on Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11.   We strongly encourage students to have breakfast. It is also important to get a good night’s rest leading up to testing days.  In order to minimi .. Read More

 

8th Grade Science Students Design Roller Coasters
Students in Mrs. Janet Dunn’s honors physical science class recently completed a unit on energy. They studied the forms of potential and kinetic energy as part of SOL PS.6 and PS.7.  After studying energy, the students made virtual roller coasters .. Read More

 

HCMS 8th Grade Cheerleaders Recognized!
Halifax County Middle School 8th grade cheerleaders were recognized during halftime for their athletic accomplishments during basketball season.  Cheerleaders were escorted with their parents/guardians and presented a carnation as they participa .. Read More

 

A Salute To HCMS 8th Grade Boys Basketball Players
The Halifax County Middle School boys basketball players and their parents were saluted with words of appreciation and a beautiful carnation for the support given during basketball season.  A special half-time presentation was prepared .. Read More

 

HCMS Students Participate In "Crossing of the Dan" Event
6th grade students at Halifax County Middle School participated in the historical "Crossing of The Dan" event held at the Prizery on Friday, February 6.  6th grade students participated and presented "Greene's Crossing of the Dan River" with music pr .. Read More

 

HCMS Recognizes Teachers for Mugs and Kisses Award!
Halifax County Middle School faculty and staff recognized teachers who had received monthly recognition through the Horace Mann "Mugs and Kisses" award program.  Teachers receiving the awards were:  Marilyn Lee - Keyboarding teacher, Vicki .. Read More

 

"HCMS Faculty and Staff Highlights PBIS and Indistar Progress!"
Halifax County Middle School faculty and staff continues to work on positive behavior and academic support for all students within the school, implementing in areas including the classroom and non-classroom settings.  Ways to enhance the student .. Read More

 

"HCMS 6th Grade Class Receive Top Attendance Recognition!"
Ms. Coles' 6th grade homeroom received the top attendance for the month of December.  Students had a class percentage of 98% for attendance during the month of December.  Congratulations to all students! Read More

 

HCMS Students vs. Faculty Basketball Games
Students showed lots of excitement as they attended the HCMS Faculty vs. Students basketball game. Students cheered as students, teachers and staff showcased their skills and talent before an excited group of 700 attendees or more.  The HCM .. Read More