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The following is some information that will be helpful for families as students return to Plan B, including cohort information, bus routes, and the Plan B learning website.
A learning website for Plan B at Horton Middle School has been created to help students and families navigate what that will look like. It is available here. (Viewers will need to be logged into a Chatham County Schools account to view the website.) There, students will be able to access information about classes, how to contact teachers, and who to contact if they need extra support.
Get involved with the Horton Parent Teacher Student Association! The cost is $5, and members must sign up each year. Go to this link for more information and to join.
The PTA Thrift Shops are opening back up to school volunteer groups. At this time, HMS will restrict workgroups to families only. For instance, I am the supervisor and my children will be working with me, or Keith Stinson is the supervisor and your family (2 or more) are working with me.
Hand sanitizer, wellness screening (questions), and masks will be required.
To sign up, go to the PTSA's Signup Genius.
Using the HMS At-Home Learning Site...
Ensuring that you are logged into your CCS Student Account...
Valencia Toomer, former principal
Horton Middle School
Eighth-grader Te'Keyah Bland made Horton Middle School history as she scored the 1,000th point of her middle school career on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, at the Chatham County Middle School tournament game against J.S. Waters.
Want to stay up to date on what's happening at Horton? Check out the Wildcat Weekly Updates, which are sent by each week by our administrators, Mr. Robinson and Miss Dark!