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ARMS Scholars participate in Service Learning on January 15th! A day on, not a day off! ARMS Scholars donated over 500 children's books for the Genesis Shelter. ARMS AGU Scholars read books to elementary scholars. ARMS Literacy Day Performers presented plays at the Austin Road Elementary Black History Program. Scholars donated over $100.00 to The Ferst Foundation to improve childhood literacy.
Test scores from the GEORGIA MILESTONE TESTING will be provided to all Parents and Guardians on Saturday, December 5 at 9 a.m. SHARP. Please bring your valid I.D. Conference promptly begins at 9:30 a.m.
The ARMS Math team participated in the Luella Math Invitational for Middle Schools on November 14th! ARMS won 1st place in the team competition for Henry County Middle Schools. Mathew Thedford won first place for the individual competition for Henry County Middle School Students.
Your Austin Road Middle School Science Club Jags participated in the 4th Annual Model Water Tower Competition hosted at Woodland Middle School on 10/23/2015. Outstanding Achievement in Design – Ryan Grimes – prize $25.00 Outstanding Engineering Design – Nikki Davis and Jhenidya Hall - Prize $25 2nd Place Overall - Jessica Grimes – prize awarded $200!!!! Way to go Mighty Jags!
Are you ready for Red Ribbon Week® (October 23-31)? The Red Ribbon Campaign® is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the Nation and a way for people and communities to take a visible stand against drugs. This year's theme, "Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free. We invite all our ARMS scholars to join us in taking a stand & being Drug Free.
8th grade scholar, Nikki Davis, created a poster for school bus safety.
On September 8th, 2015, let’s show the world the importance of literacy by celebrating International Literacy Day. Help join communities around the globe to act as a united voice in raising awareness for those who cannot read or write. Click Title for more pictures of reading across ARMS.
Celebrated for the first time in September 2013, Attendance Awareness Month is a nationwide recognition of the connection between school attendance and academic achievement. The goal is to mobilize schools and communities to promote the value of good attendance and to take concrete steps toward reducing chronic absence. Nearly 50 national organizations are working in partnership. Please click title for video.
ARMS has added 10 new additions to the Jaguar Family. We are excited to have these educators in our buidling. Please help us in welcoming our new editions. Ms. Lee, Ms. Henderson, Mr. Browning, Ms. Jordan, Mr. Whitehead, Ms. Parks, Ms. Leyton, Ms. Boyd, Ms. Holloway, and Ms. Wimberly. Welcome Jaguars!
Move On When Ready is Georgia’s new dual enrollment program that allows high school students (9th – 12th grade) to earn college credit while working on their high school diploma. Move On When Ready replaces Accel, HOPE Grant for dual enrollment and the previous Move On When Ready program. Please click here for more information.
Education never takes a VACATION! Jaguars, lets get geared up to read this summer. On the beach or in our homes we should read everyday. Go ahead Jaguars get a head start for the 2015-2016 school year by reading and completing the projects for credit in your Language Arts classes. Jaguars Read!
The Jaguar Math Challenge will give students an opportunity to review standards learned throughout the year, while working towards earning a fun incentive.The goal of the Jaguar Math Challenge is to assist students in retaining the information learned throughout the school year. Each task will challenge students to stretch their thinking. Throughout the Math tasks, students will be asked to answer a question and explain their reasoning. Jaguar Pride!