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Fort Valley Middle School

Fort Valley Middle School's mission is to graduate college and career ready students. Its origins began as a junior high school, housed at the Hunt buildings, prior to being relocated to its current Peggy Drive Location in 1990. Since then, our past principals have included: Mr. Terry Cheek, Dr. Virginia Dixon, Dr. Quintin Green, Mrs. Joy Scavella, Mr. Marc Dastous, and Mr. Clem Chester. Read More...
February True Trojans of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as February True Trojans of the Month by their homeroom teacher:

6th Grade:  Ny'Asia Greer, Diego Tejeda, Efrain Martinez, Langston Lucas, James Osborne, and Jacob Marshall
7th Grade:  Angelo Ragan, Jermel Dickey, Cameron Neisler, Jordan Thomas, Sadie McEachern, Jada Ivey,Asiah Mangham, and Jose Ramirez
8th Grade:  Javen Dawson, Lauren Hammock, David Mayorquin, Mara Cox, Mariah Jones, Isabel Alcantar, and Amaya Mangham

FVMS Students to Compete in Future Problem Solving State Competition

Jessica Garcia, Jada Ivey, Stephania Lopez, and Osjah Ragin have been chosen to compete in the Future Problem Solving State Bowl Competition in Athens, GA on March 20-21.  Their team coach is Mr. Michael Lucas.

The Future Problem Solving program stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encourages students to develop a vision for the future, and prepares students for leadership roles.

We are proud of these students and their hard work to get to this level of Future Problem Solving Competition!

FVMS Students Participate in Flight Experience

Five students from Fort Valley Middle School were chosen to participate in the "Eyes Above the Horizon: Flight Introduction Experience" on February 21st at Robins Air Force Base.  This event was sponsored by the Joseph A. McNeil Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen and Capt. Kenneth Thomas, pilot.  In order to be chosen to participate, students had to fill out an application and write an essay.  The students who participated were: Chaveyon Buckner, Da'Drian Plant, Otis Redding, Analyce Roberts, and Ya'Kira Slaughter. Teachers accompanied them from FVMS, Mrs. Mary Jean Banter and Ms. Paula Phelps and our counselor, Mrs. Beverly Smith.


Engaging Parents Calendar for March

Here is a list of upcoming dates/activities for the month of March that support parental involvement, school engagement, and some that are just for fun! Click on each one to read more about these engaging activities for your and your family!

March 1-31:  Middle Level Education Month
March 1-31:  Music in Our Schools Month
March 1-31:  National Nutrition Month
March 2:  Dr. Seuss Read Across America Day
March 3:  National Anthem Day
March 2-6:  National School Breakfast Week
March 14:  International Ask A Question Day




ESPLOST Resolution

The Peach County Board of Education unanimously approved an ESPLOST Resolution during the called Board Meeting on December 18, 2014. Click HERE to view the approved resolution.

Click HERE to view more info about the ESPLOST or click read more below.
Click HERE to view ESPLOST Frequently Asked Questions.
Click HERE to view the proposed location of the new Peach County High School.

There will be a public forum Thursday Feb. 12, 2015 at 6:30pm at Peach County High School to discuss the proposal to build a new high school.

Gifted and Honors Parents Celebration

Parents of our Gifted and Honors students were honored with a reception at FVMS on February 26th.  We appreciate these parents and their support of their children!

FVMS Celebrates Black History Month

FVMS held its annual Black History Month Program on February 25th.  This year, local African-Americans were honored for their contributions to our community.  Those honored at the program were: Dr. Donnie Bellamy, Dr. Isaac Crumbly, Dr. Virginia Dixon, Mr. Claybon Edwards, Mrs.Dolly Horton, Mr. Randolph Lindsey, and Mayor Barbara Williams. Our dance team performed and our chorus performed a tribute to African-American musicians from Georgia.  A big "Thank You" to all of those involved in planning this program.  Celebrate Black History Every Month!!

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