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Homecoming Days

Homecoming week is October 28-November 1. The dress up days are as follows: Monday – Hot Mess Day – come to school like you just rolled out of bed. Tuesday – TeeHee Tuesday – funniest costume day Wednesday – Black out day – Wear your black Hayes gear Thursday – Halloween costume day – NO…

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Phone lines are down

Parents – Our phones lines are not working at this time. If you need to contact the school, please call 304-415-6691 for the time being. Thanks! ~ Mr. Gaines

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Home Access Issues

Update! If you have been experiencing issues with Home Access on your iPad, use the following instructions to help get you logged on to your sites.  1. Select Show Details  2. Select Visit This Website  3. Select Visit Website These steps will allow students to reach the login page for Home Access.

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Upcoming important dates

Some upcoming important dates at the school are: October 11 – End of the first 9 weeks October 21 – Report cards come home October 23 – No school for students

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Book Fair

The book fair will be at the school October 7-11 in the library. Students will have the opportunity to shop each day. This is a great way to replenish the books in our school library. Please consider supporting the school book fair.

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Looking for old pictures

Attention parents/grandparents: We are looking for old pictures from when Suzanne Carte was cheerleading coach at Hayes Middle School. If you have any, please contact Mr. Gaines at the school. Thank you!

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Mid-terms

Mid-Terms-Friday. September 13th! Parents and Students please make sure you are looking at grades on Schoology as we are now 1/4 of the way through the 1st Semester. Also, anyone interested in playing winter or spring sports please remember you must have a 2.0 at the end of the 1st semester!

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LSIC meeting

We are focused on the continual improvement of Hayes Middle School’s culture and climate with all stakeholder groups (parents, students, teachers, community.) One way for parents and community to get involved is to attend the Local School Improvement Council meetings. Our first meeting will take place on September 10th in the school library at 6pm.…

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