Danville Middle School

Every Child a Graduate. Every Graduate Prepared to Lead.

  • Congratulations to the following students on being selected ambassadors for the 2021-2022 school year. 

    1. Caley Hensley
    2. Anslea Henderson
    3. Claudia Potkaj
    4. Makenna Steele
    5. Layla Sherrill
    6. Karter Mac Jeffreys
    7. Addie Chenault
    8. Lexie Chenault
    9. Mia Brannon
    10.Jackson Turner
    11. Kinlee Mitchell
    12. Lilyan Segars
    13. Callie Dry
    14. Callie White
    15. Kinley Henderson
    16. Camryn Prater
    17. Jada Weaver
    18. Lily Cross
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  • Summer School Information

    To help families prepare for any necessary summer school plans they may need to make, here are the current arrangements for summer school.
    For Grades 6-8, students who need to make up one course in summer school will take that course online through the Edmentum program.  Students and parents will be required to attend the first day training on Tuesday, June 1 at Sparkman School, where further directions will be given.  If students need to make up more than one course in summer school, they will still attend the June 1 meeting at Sparkman for one of the courses, but will also need to pick up packets to complete for each additional course that needs to be made up.  
    For 5th grade students, those struggling in reading will have the opportunity to attend the summer reading program at Danville-Neel Elementary.  This program will run on Mondays-Thursdays from 8:30-12:30 starting Tuesday, June 1 and ending on Wednesday, June 30.

    In accordance with board policy, students in grades 6-8 must pass at least three of four core courses (English, math, social studies, and science) in order to be promoted to the next grade level.  Students in grade 5 are promoted based on a multitude of factors that consider the student as a whole.

    We hope this information helps you as you make plans moving forward.  Thanks!
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  • Student Aide Application

    Students wishing to apply for a student aide position must fill out this application and return it to the office by May 18, 20121.



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    Morgan County Schools Virtual Academy

    For the upcoming 2021-22 school year, Morgan County Schools will be allowing a revised option for students who would like to attend school virtually.  Students who wish to work remotely through a virtual program will attend the Morgan County Schools Virtual Academy.  These students will have a Morgan County Schools certified teacher, but will be allowed to work from home as long as specific conditions are met.  These conditions include, but may not be limited to the following:

    - Students must possess an overall B average
    - Students must be in good standing
    - Students must have access to the internet/WiFi
    - All students will be required to participate in local and state assessments, including formative assessments and the ACAP
    - Parents must provide transportation for required events
    - Students receiving Special Education services will require an IEP team decision to be admitted into the virtual program
    - Students receiving Tier II and Tier III services are not eligible to apply
    - Students are not eligible to apply if state testing requirements were not met in the 2020-21 school year
    - School Administrator approval and signature is required
    Forms are posted to our social media and school website in both English and Spanish (click on link for form).  Forms MUST be received by your child's principal by the end of the school day on APRIL 30.  LATE FORMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Kelsoe at the school at your earliest convenience.  Thanks!
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