Chesterfield County School District parents will receive another P-EBT card for their child. A letter will be sent out electronically on March 5 to parents giving directions on how to validate your mailing address and other information through the Department of Social Services website. A paper copy of the letter will be sent home with A-day students on Monday, March 8 and a letter will be sent home with B-day students on Tuesday, March 9.
Due to the Covid-19 procedures, all our parent meetings will be held virtually. Any information that would normally be given to parents during these meetings will be posted on this page, our Facebook page and will be made available for download.
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the Title I program at New Heights Middle School. Topics that will be discussed are:
- What it is?
- How does it work?
- What Title I programs generally offer.
- Parents right to know
- What New Heights Middle School Title I funding provides
- School Parent Involvement Policy
- Home-School Compact
Red Ribbon Week 2020 - Say "No" to Drugs Campaign
Since we are not able to schedule assemblies at this time due to Covid 19 restrictions, we produced a video highlighting the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office. Red Ribbon Week was observed Oct. 26-30 with dress down opportunities each day (coordinated by our Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Kristy McCright) for students, faculty and staff to show support for our Say “No” to Drugs campaign. Hawk News Team members Tiffany Funderburk, 7th grade and Tashia Quick, 8th grade pre-recorded their questions for Sheriff Dixon and his command staff. The video was shared with students during their Elective classes.
We believe this was an effective way to help educate our students and community. Mr. Chad Johnson did a wonderful job producing the video. We appreciate the cooperation of Sheriff JD Dixon and the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office and the support received from our Principal, Dr. Omoro King and Assistant Principal, Mr. Perry Miller.
Hawks News Team Sponsors: Michelle Medlin and Karen Brock
Monday, Oct. 26: Voting for my future to be drug free (Wear Red, White and Blue)
Tuesday, Oct. 27: Red-y to live drug Free (wear as much red as possible)
Wednesday, Oct. 28: From Head to toe, I am drug free (Crazy Hair and Socks)
Thursday, Oct. 29: Peace out to drugs (wear tie dye/ peace signs/ sunglasses)
Friday, Oct. 30: All Heroes are drug free (Dress up as your favorite superhero)
Faculty/staff may dress up each day to support our campaign.
Calling All Parents
Would you like to become more engaged in the New Heights Parent/Teacher/Student Association?
Do you have time available to help during the school day?
Do you have fundraising ideas?
Join the NHMS PTSA!