Thank you for all your hard work during hybrid. It is so great to see everyone back in the building!
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I. Important Names and Numbers
Middle School office: 419-768-2781
Mr. Matt Bradley, Principal
Ms. Lynn Thompson, Dean of Students
Mrs. Brianne Jaynes, School Counselor
District office: 419-768-2206
Mr. Nate Huffman, Superintendent
Mr. Jon Mason, Treasurer
Athletic Department: 419-768-4098
Mr. Mike Delaney, Director of Athletics
II. Daily Schedule
The school day starts at 7:30 am and ends at 2:25 pm. Students may enter the building at 7:00 am and should report directly to the gymnasium. Students are dismissed to to their lockers at 7:25 am. Breakfast is served from 7:15-7:25 am. Students will have a block (two periods) of English and Math. Each class period is 43 minutes in length.
Students should be picked up and dropped off at the front of the building/main entrance. The lot behind the school is reserved for school buses. Parents and family members: when signing out a student, the individual must be listed on the students’ emergency medical information
III. Final Forms
We utilize Final Forms for all paperwork/forms. To log in, please visit:https://highlandmorrow-oh.finalforms.com/. If you do not have a computer at home, we will have computers available at open house for you to sign up.
We are fortunate to be able to provide each student with a Chromebook (computer) that they carry throughout each school day. Students do not take Chromebooks home; instead, they pick them up each morning and return them each afternoon. We utilize many tech tools to aid in the learning process at HMS, such as.
**Personal cell phones are to be kept in lockers at all times. Students will have their phones confiscated if they are being used.
Cafeteria prices: Breakfast
Regular price: $1.00
Reduced price: $0.30
Cafeteria prices: Lunch
Regular price: $2.75
Reduced price: $0.40
Charging policy: Students may not exceed $10.00 in charges or they will be served an alternate lunch. A la carte items cannot be charged.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students who are 18 years of age or older ("eligible students") certain rights with respect to the student's education records. More information can be found here: [link]