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Harpers Ferry Middle School
1710 West Washington Street
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 25425
304-535-6357
FAX 304-535-6986 

Eric Vandell, Principal

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  • Students, Staff, and Volunteers hard at work to Beautify the Courtyard!       

     
    Planting   planting  planting  planting  planting  planting
    For more pictures, see the rotating pictures
      
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  • BOOK FAIR IS COMING MAY 26-29!

    Watch for information!
    Money raised from book fair buys books for the library!
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  • Important Dates:
    Please Refer to Update Below  

    • Friday, June 5 - is a regular instructional day for students
    • Monday, June 8 - is a regular instructional day for students
    • Tuesday, June 9  - is a regular instructional day for students
    • Wednesday, June 10 - is a regular instructional day for students
    • Thursday June 11 - is a regular instructional day for students
    • Friday, June 12 - is a regular instructional day for students
    • Monday, June 15 - is a the last day for students, with a two-hour early dismissal. Faculty Senates will meet in the afternoon.
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    Website Developed for K12 Activities at West Virginia University 
     
    West Virginia University Academic Innovation has developed a one-stop shop website for students, parents, and educators who are looking for enrichment activities for their children. 

    On this site, WVU activities can be searched by age, location, keyword, or type of activity. This will be an ongoing project to serve the public by showcasing all of the opportunities WVU has to offer the state’s students. This easy-to-use website can be found at http://k12.wvu.edu.

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  • Caitlynn Higdon wins 1st Place in Public Speaking for FFA

    Caitlynn Higdon
    March 23, 2015 The Northeastern Region of local FFA students competed Regional Scholastics contest. Some of the contests were Prepared Public Speaking, Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Freshman and Upperclassman Creed, and Parliamentary Procedure. Caitlynn Higdon won 1st place in the Middle School Prepared Public Speaking contest. She will be representing HFMS/Northeastern Region at the WVFFA State Convention in July! Congratulations and Good Luck in July Caitlynn! Here Caitlynn is pictured with Hannah Cole. She is the Northeastern Region Vice President of FFA 
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    The Annual Jefferson County Middle Schools Choral Workshop was held on Wednesday, April 1st from 10:00am until 1:15pm in the HFMS Ranelli-Wiltshire auditorium. A combined choir of 260 voices from Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown and Wildwood Middle Schools met together under the leadership of guest director Mrs. Rebecca Dillinger of Winchester, Virginia. Mrs. Laura Crosby, Jefferson County retired music teacher was the guest accompanist. Also performing on violin was Washington High School senior Ms. Afsoon Sabet. Two selections Come and Sing and I Shall Not Live in Vain were rehearsed and then recorded. They can be viewed on the school websites at boe.jeff.k12.wv.us.Middle school choral directors are: Ms. Angie Flook, CTMS, Mrs. Elaine Tucker, WMS, and Mr. Mark Adelsberger, SMS. Harpers Ferry MS director, Mrs. Connie Robeson coordinated the event. Congratulations to all students and teachers who helped make this a success!


     
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  • 2015 Regional Math Field Day Winners

     Reg Math Field Day
     
    Kenny Harris, Chris Moats, Sierra Knott, & Miranda Egan
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  • Summer Camp Information from the Potomac Valley Audubon Society: information on local camps.

    Student Climate & Conservation Congress: ages 14-18, @ NCTC in Shepherdstown, WV;http://www.greenschoolsalliance.org/students/student-climate-conservation-congress-sc3

    Nature Photography Camp: ages 14-17 (entering grades 9-12), @ Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, WV.http://www.potomacaudubon.org/photcamp 

    Audubon Discovery Camp: ages 5-12, near Shepherdstown and Charles Town,http://www.PotomacAudubon.org/discovercamp 


    For more information and to apply for a scholarship, go to:

    http://www.PotomacAudubon.org/scholarships or call @304-676-8739

    Deadlines to apply ranges from April 8th -10th.

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  • Kristian Moore wins 3rd place regional Social Studies Fair    

     Reg SS Fair
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  • TIGERS ON THE TRAIL HIKE PROMOTES STUDENT HEALTH

    Tigers on Trail
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