Excellence for Every Child
Welcome to Halls Middle School. I am honored to serve as Principal of Halls Middle School. I am so excited to be a part of such a wonderful community and school. Our desire is to provide your student with an enriching and engaging middle school experience that helps them grow not only academically but socially and emotionally as well. We want to provide rigorous and engaging instruction in the classroom as well as multiple opportunities for involvement in clubs and activities before and after the school day. We want each and every student to leave our building prepared for high school and the challenges beyond.
Our mission: "Serving others--striving for greatness" will take the effort of all administrators, faculty, students, and parents. Working together we can help ensure all students at Halls Middle experience greatness.
You can help your child be successful in school by:
•Holding him/her accountable for learning, behavior, and school involvement
•Becoming involved at Halls Middle School
•Supporting the teachers
•Celebrating your student(s) success
•Communicating positively with your student and his/her teacher(s)
In the Knox County Schools, updates to the TCPA law will now require all parents and employees to “opt in” to receive automated communications on their mobile device – this means parents and employees must provide permission to receive automated calls and SMS text messages on their mobile device(s).
Employees and families can take action now through the SchoolMessenger InfoCenter. Simply go to schoolmessenger.com/start – create an account by clicking “Sign Up” on the top right menu, and use the email address that you have provided the school. Employees, parents or legal guardians can choose how to be contacted based on the category of message (from emergencies to school activities) and provide contact permission. There is also a SchoolMessenger InfoCenter app that can be used directly from your mobile device.
Should you have any questions, please contact the Knox County Schools Technology Help Desk at 594-1830 or email to email@example.com.
Parents who choose to drop off their child in the mornings have two options: 1) Drop off your child in the Beaver Dam church parking lot and have them use the crosswalk, or 2) Use the third left turn in the school parking lot where the sign says "Car Line". DO NOT endanger your child or the safety of other children by dropping off your child in the teacher parking lot, the turnaround in front of the school, the second left turn into the parking lot, or by driving around the traffic cones and sawhorses! Please follow the car line that goes in front of the high school gym, and drop off your child at the portico area ONLY.
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