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    May 25th
    Athletic Banquet
    May 27th 6:30pm
    Honors & Awards
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    6th Grade 10:30am
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  • Capture Your Memories!
    ARMS 2014-2015
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    Yearbooks are purchased online.
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  • New Student Translation Handbook
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  • 8th Grade End of Year Activities!
       Dance Formal Dance: Merle Manders
    May 15th 6-9pm
    Class Cookout: May 26th 11am
    awards Awards and Crossover Ceremony
    May 29th 10:30am
    Please see Counseling Page for additional information.
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  • Literacy Lab wrtiing
    Thurs.& Fri. Mornings
    Session Closes at 8:20am
    Math Lab
    Tues. & Wed. Mornings
    Session Closes at 8:20am

    Open to ALL grade levels starting Sept. 18th
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  • Student Transportation Information
    Henry County Transportation Department
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  • car  Car- Riders should be picked up by 4:05pm.
    All parents must come to the front office sign students out after 4:25pm.
    Click here for Car Rider Letter.
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    All medication must be turned in to Nurse Glover.
    Nurse Hours
    Lunch 1:45-2:15pm 
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  • “Bon Appetit”

    On May 6, Ms. Baker took approximately 40 students to the Academy for Advanced Studies. While there, they had a chance to meet the department head for Culinary Arts. After an overview, they took a guided tour of the culinary arts labs. Afterwards, they enjoyed lunch at the Italian Oven.

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  • Last Dance...

    Our 8th grade formal took place on the 15th at Merle Manders. The students and staff came out for a night of fun, dancing, laughter and tears. As we say our final farewell to the class of 2015, we wanted to share in good memories and acheivements. Special thanks to the Counseling Department for making that night special for our students. Jaguars Stunning! Pictures are attached.

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  • Mrs.V. Haggerty- Salter

    Congratulations on 20 years of service in Henry County. Ms. Salter has taught 4th and 5th grades, served as Gifted Lead Teacher, and Student Support Facilitator over the years. “The service Ms. Salter has provided to our students has been nothing short of phenomenal”, Mr. Wiley. Special thank you Austin Road Elementary and Fairview Elementary for their attendance and love. Jaguar Service! More pictures attached.

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  • Henry County Winners

    Congratulations to our girls and boys track teams. Our lady jags finished 1st place in the county and our boys placed 2nd. Way to go Jaguars! Special thanks to our coaches and parents who dedicated their time and efforts in making sure our students exceeded the expectation. Pictures attached.

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  • Congratulations Shelby!

    ARMS student, Shellby Wiggins attended the Ferst Foundation Luncheon for childhood literacy. Shelby had the honor of being selected to read her essay about "Reading Today". We are proud of you, Jaguar Pride!

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  • Stop Human Trafficking

    There will be a public forum Saturday, May 9th at 10am Fairview Recreational Center. Please click here for flyer. Jaguars in the Community!

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  • Leadership Listens

    Community Meet and Greet with Central Office Administrators

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  • Digital Books for the Summer

    myON Reader has partnered with the Get Georgia Reading Campaign to provide every child in Georgia FREE access anytime, anywhere to a library of more than 8,000 enhanced digital books with multimedia supports — over the entire summer!

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  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to Jarvis Richardson and Ayanna Howard-Carswell for being accepted to the Duke’s TIP Academy for Summer Studies Program and to Mathew Thedford for being accepted into the DUKE’s TIP Center for Summer Studies Program. This is a HUGE accomplishment and honor for our Jaguars. Well Done!

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  • Morgan Robinson Dance Scholarship

    Tumble N’ Dance Studio has created the Morgan Robinson Dance Scholarship. This scholarship honors the memory of our students who will forever be with us. Please consider donating and celebrating the life of Morgan. We love you, Jaguar Sweetheart!

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  • Jaguar Parents, We Need Your Support

    We are asking that all parents of Austin Road Middle complete the 2014-2015 Parent Survey. Your input will directly affect our overall CCRPI School Climate Rating for the upcoming school year. We would like all Jaguars to have a voice so please take the time to complete the survey located in Site Shortcuts or Click Here. The deadline is April 30th. Jaguar Pride!

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  • Youth Leadership Career Fair

    The 1st Annual Youth Leadership Henry Career Fair will take place at the Tabernacle of Priase Church International this upcoming weekend. This a a great opportunity for students to meet area employees and participate in on-site interviews.

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  • An Open Forum

    Families that are Raising Special Needs Children are invited to attend an open forum. This event will be hosted by District 5 School Board Member; Mrs. Annette Edwards. Click here for flyer. Jaguars In The Know!

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  • Online Testing Experience (7th Grade Only)

    The GaDOE has a refreshed version of the Online Testing Experience on their website. Parents and students this is a great way to practice the Ga Milestone over Spring Break. #BELIEVE

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  • JC Breaks School Record!

    Jordan Clark broke the 100 record running 11.48 and also the 200 record running 24.31, "This is AMAZING, Never in my 6 years at ARMS have I EVER have a kid break 2 records in one night" Coach Stephens. Jaguar Run!

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  • ARMS Discipline Protocol

    Parents please read ARMS Physical Altercation Letter. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the front office. Jaguar Pride.

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  • Community Informational Meetings

    The community informational meetings are designed to provide an update on the legislative requirement for school districts to select a flexibility/accountability option (Status Quo/IE2/Charter System). All staff, parents and community partners are encouraged to attend. Please click for meeting dates, locations, and times. Jaguar Support!

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  • Reader of the Year

    Congratulations to Shelby Jordan Wiggins for her accomplishment of Reader of the Year. Heritage Reading Council presented Shelby with this honor on February 26th for grades 6th -8th in Henry County. Shelby will compete at the state level in March. Jaguar Readers!

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  • Coffee and Conversations

    Please come out and discuss the new Georgia Milestone assessment. The Henry County Content Area Coordinators will be on hand to present information and answer questions concern this upcoming assessment. Click here for dates and times.

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  • 8th Grade Takes On Orlando

    During the February Winter Break, 8th grade students visited Orlando, Florida for a educational and fun filled 4 days. The first stop was Gatorland, where students had the opportunity to learn all about reptiles and spiders. Students also visited Disney World and Universal's Island of Adventures. The trip ended at Sea World where they experienced marine life behind the scenes. Jaguars Travels! Check out cool pictures here.

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  • HC Basketball Champions

    The 8th grade boys defeated the Henry County Warhawks for the 2014-2015 Championship. Jaguars, down by as many as 18 points fought back hard finishing the game 55-52. Many thanks to our great coaches, parents, students and staff for an awesome night of JAGUAR PRIDE! 8th Grade was among the top 10 middle school teams in the metro Atlanta area. Jaguars came in 10th according to

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  • Dr. John W. Carlos

    In honor of Black History Month, ARMS had the pleasure of meeting Dr.John Wesley Carlos. Dr. Carlos is a former track and field athlete and professional football player. He was the bronze-medal winner in the 200 meters at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Dr. Carlos is well-known for his "Black Power" salute on the podium with Tommie Smith that caused much political controversy. Dr. Carlos ended by stating "I am a Jaguar"!

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  • RESA Literacy Day Winners

    Austin Road Middle brought home the 1st place plaque for the RESA Literacy Regional Competition. Congratulations to Amari Jackson, Amya Jackson, Trinity Waring, Shelby Wiggins, and Autumn White. The young ladies performed a drama production "Four Brown Girls". This production was written by Ms. Richburg in the honor of the four young girls who lives were taken during the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing back in 1963. Black History Pride!

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  • 8th Grade College Tour

    Our 8th grade students traveled to Kennesaw State University and the Tellus Museum February 9th-11th. Students had the opportunity to tour the campus, hear all about college life and experience "The Commons", America's Top 5 Colleges for Food (The Daily Meal). Students also traveled to the Tellus Museum where they were able to experience a planetarium and learn about the stars. College Bound!

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  • Regional Personalized Learning Community Forums

    ARMS encourages all stakeholders to attend a session.

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  • Literacy Day Winners

    ARMS students participated in the Henry County Literacy Day Competition on Friday, January 19th. Corrine Zajicek received 1st place in the writing competition. Autumn White, Shelby Wiggins, Amya Jackson, Amari Jackson, and Trinty Waring placed 1st and Overall winners in the drama competition These young ladies will now represent Henry County in the Regional Literacy Competition. Jaguar Pride!

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  • Career Ready Expo

    We are proud to host “The Henry County Career Ready Expo” for 8th grade students in the northern half of the county. The invited speakers include The Southern Company, GE, McKinney Inc., Microsoft, BDPA, SCAD, Clark Dietrich, Georgia Educational Solutions, Mosa Designs, Honda, Georgia Power, AGL, the CDC, MICHAEL TCHOUAFFE ARCHITECTS, INC, Peachtree City Water and Sewage, and the Military. Article attached.

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  • Georgia Milestone Informational Video

    The Georgia Milestones Assessment System (Georgia Milestones) is a comprehensive summative assessment program spanning grades 3 through high school. Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies

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  • Kindness/Anti-Bullying Week

    ARMS is NO PLACE FOR HATE. Staff and students are encouraged to participate in random acts of kindness during this week of respect and diversity. Please click to review the activites set for the week of November 10th -14th.

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  • Red Ribbon Week!

    October 27th- 31st, ARMS students pledge to be DRUG FREE! Thanks to our counseling office for planning a great week for students and staff. Click here for all activities

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  • Jaguar Homecoming 2014

    Former and current students, faculty & staff: Its that time of year again when we come together to celebrate the acheivements of Austin Road Middle. Please click here for all the fun and exciting activites.

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  • ECOLAB Grant

    . Austin Road Middle School was awarded $3000 from the Ecolab Foundation Visions for Learning Grant Program. The Ecolab committee selected Ms. Williams’s proposal for funding and as a result ARMS will be able to utilize funds for journal purchases and various books for our students.

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  • Welcome New Students!

    Welcome to Jaguar Land! ARMS principal and counselors greeted new students to Henry County Schools and Austin Road Middle. We have over 60 new students to the county.

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  • The Georgia Milestone

    For the 2014-15 school year, Georgia will begin rolling out new assessments aligned to the CCGPSThe new assessments will be used to gauge how well students are mastering the standards and,ultimately, how ready students are to succeed in college and careers.Click here for more information.

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  • Henry County Charter System Informational Meetings

    Click here to get information about meeting locations and times.

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  • Partners In Education

    Austin Road welcomes two new businesses to our Partners in Education program. Please help us welcome Pin Strikes Bowling and Elf Cakery. Our partners are located under information. If you would like to partner with the school please contact Ms.Moss.

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  • New Assistant Principal

    The Jaguar Family proudly welcomes Mr. Dwyane Richards. Mr. Richards is not new to Henry County Schools; working previously at Union Grove Middle. Please read Mr. Richards bio located under Administration.

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  • ARMS New Jaguars

    Austin Road is excited about the new additions to the "Jaguar Family". Please help us welcome Mr. Richards, Ms. Nichols, Ms. Robinson, Ms. Berkeley, Mr. Crawford, Ms. Crawford, Ms. Carrington, Ms. Lindsey, Ms. Sands, Ms. Brock, Ms. Butler, Mr. Gaither, & Ms. Jennings. JAGUAR PRIDE!

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  • Rising 6th Grade Camp

    Our rising sixth graders attended a summer camp on July 8th. Students participated in middle school technology, locker challenge and science/math games. Ms. Richburg, 6th grade counselor and Mr. Wiley, Principal encouraged and motivated students to Exceed Expectations Everyday.

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