Exciting changes are in the works to welcome our Middle School “Home” to Chatham Parkway. Dr. Harmon will host two informational meetings on the DeRenne Campus to share the progress made, our next steps, and what you will see in the next few months on Chatham Parkway. We hope to see you at one of the meetings below:
Tuesday, November 8th
8:00 a.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. – DeRenne Campus Cafeteria
- PTF meeting, Tuesday, November 1, 8:30 a.m., Rm. 6
- Pizza Express Lunch, Friday, November 4
- Starting November 15th, boys will wear ties.
- Fridays are Spirit Days! Come in your Raider approved apparel with uniform skirts/pants.
Parents, as a follow up to a precautionary code yellow lockdown earlier this week, SCPS Middle School administrators met with several members from Savannah Metro Police Department to put into place additional proactive measures as we wind down our stay here at the DeRenne campus this year. Please call the school office if you have any questions or concerns.
8th Grade Trip to Washington, D.C.
We had a great turnout for our parent meeting. Please see the link below for information on the upcoming 8th grade trip to Washington.
Grandparents Day Information
We hope you will be able to join us on Wednesday, November 16 in the Middle School gym. See the flyer below.
Congratulations to both volleyball teams as they won the championship this week! Good luck to the football players for the championship game next week!
Check our middle school athletics webpage for physical packets and game schedules:
Parents of 6th graders, please take a look at our upcoming PTF sponsored Teacher Appreciation Lunch.
Early Year Special Pricing. Order by Friday September 30th for this price. Total cost will increase by $5 for the remainder of the Fall Semester Order Period (through 12/31/16).
Yearbook order form: orderform-1
Parents, the “ReplayIt” link below will show you how to submit photos to the middle school for possible use in the yearbook. Contact Josh Kerkau at email@example.com.
Snapshots and Happenings
Ms. Dixon and 8th graders prepare for a skit on social media during classroom guidance activities this week.
Kona Ice Day!
Our student artists display their sealife drawings.