BAINBRIDGE TAKES ON MONROE FOR HOMECOMING 2020 GAME BEGINS AT 7:30PM NOV 5 AWAY AGAINST WESTOVER
NOV 13 AWAY AGAINST THOMAS COUNTY
NOV 20 HOMECOMING AGAINST MONROE OCT 2 AGAINST WARE COUNTY AWAY
OCT 16 AGAINST CAIRO HOME SENIOR NIGHT
OCT 22 AWAY AGAINST DOUGHERTY COUNTY
OCT 30 HOME AGAINST DADE CHRISTIAN FROM MIAMI FLORIDA September 11 Home Game against Coffee  7:00pm
September 18 Away Game against Valdosta 8:00pm
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Greetings Families of Hutto Middle School (HMS),

Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! I am pleased to extend a warm welcome to our incoming fifth grade students and parents! A BIG ROAR to our returning sixth grade students and their families! On behalf of the HMS faculty, we are ready to provide a positive virtual/face to face learning experience for all students.


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Let’s Fight the Flu Together!

Influenza is a contagious disease of the respiratory tract (nose, throat, and lungs) that can lead to complications, including pneumonia and the worsening of other chronic health conditions. One way to protect your family from new influenza strains is to get vaccinated each year. Hutto Middle School, along with the Decatur County Health Department, will be hosting a flu clinic Tuesday, October 6th. If you are interested in your child receiving the vaccination, please fill out the form that you will receive this week from your student. These forms should be completed, signed and returned to school no later than October 1st. In addition, follow good health guidelines: eat lots of fruits and vegetables, get plenty of exercise and rest to help boost your immunity to fight the effects of colds and flu. Wash hands frequently, do the elbow cough and disinfect hot spots at home and work.  We are off to a great start; let’s continue to have a healthy school year!

Jennifer Powell, School Nurse

A Word from the School Nurse Nurse

10 Steps to Your Healthiest School Year Ever!

  1. Start off strong with a healthy breakfast. A good breakfast provides energy and will help keep you alert and attentive in class. Remember: Your school performance is directly related to what you eat.
  2. Drink plenty of water. Water is the best fluid to stay hydrated without the added sugar found in some juice and soft drinks
  3. Don’t forget to wash your hands often. Keep hands away from your face, mouth and nose where germs can enter your body.
  4. Boost your immune system. Get plenty of sleep, talk to your doctor about taking a multiple vitamin, and eat colorful fruits and vegetables every day. Think variety and rainbow colors!
  5. Eat a nutritious lunch. Choose foods from all the food groups. Different food groups supply our bodies with energy to think, move, and grow.
  6. Cut back on sugar and salty snacks. Limit sodas, sport drinks, candy, chips and ice cream
  7. Enhance your brain performance. Exercise, play memory games, do crossword puzzles, and eat brain foods like berries, cold water fish and nuts. Enjoy a home cooked meal together at least four nights a week.
  8. Get at least 60 minutes of exercise every day. Go for a daily walk with a friend, a parent, or your pet. Exercise helps our bodies to be strong, flexible, and resilient.
  9. Do your class work every day, it’s important to be prepared!
  10. Turn off the TV and video games at least one hour prior to bedtime. Take time to relax, take a bath or shower, brush your teeth.

We may not be starting off in person, but we can start off strong! Nurse Powell

Decatur County School Registration

 

PKstudent registration - 12 grade students who will be enrolling in the Decatur County School System for the first time must complete a registration process.  Electronic registration is available through this LINK.  All Schools are open daily from  8:00 am - 4:00 pm for face to face registration. Click READ MORE for more  details.

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Keeping Kids Safe

In this digital age we are aware that cyberbullying is a great concern for our students and parents. If you would like to know more, below is a link to current information and strategies to help in our partnership to keep our kids safe.

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/cyberbullying

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