HAYESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Remote Learning Contracts need to be submitted for any student choosing to do all remote learning at any point in the year. Students who would like to return to in person learning must notify the school office. Students who are attending in-person learning may opt for remote learning at any point by contacting the middle school principal.
NCDHHS School Reopening Guidelines & FAQs
Homework lab will be available every Tuesday and Thursday from 3-4 pm for all middle school students.
Students who are attending in-person learning may opt for remote learning at any point by contacting the middle school principal.
Students who are remote that would like to return to school for 2 days of face to face instruction need to contact the school at 828-389-9924
YEARBOOKS for the 2020-21 school year can be ordered by clicking on this link. Yearbooks are $30 or $35 if you want name stamping. You can order online at any time.
A composite list of community resources available for students and families can be found here.
Upcoming 6th, 7th or 8th grade students interested in playing a fall sport may sign up by click on the link below:
To be eligible to play JV football, students must be 12 years old or older after July 31, 2020. Students who are interested in playing recreation league may contact the Clay County Recreation Department for information on how to sign up
Our school is committed to constantly improving the safety of our students and staff. In doing so we have trained all of our students to recognize the signs of at-risk behaviors and to utilize the states new anonymous reporting system. Below you will find more information about this program.
Information for Students and Parents:
Link your Ingles Card here. Must be done each school year.
20-21 Enrollment Forms for Students Transferring to HMS (download document to get fillable PDF)
Student Handbook (19-20)
Parent Portal (Power School)
Student Portal (Power School)
In response to her students' interest in life after high school, Mrs. Ginger Scerri founded "Career Day." Each session, held once monthly, featured guest speakers in the areas of business & marketing, communications, mechanics, medicine, and armed forces to name a few. In addition to receiving general information about these career fields, students were exposed to job opportunities right here in our own beautiful Clay County, N.C.