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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...
October True Trojans Celebrate with "Trick or Treat"

The October True Trojans were treated to some "treats" by the FVMS Faculty. They all "trick or treated" at the doorway of each teacher.  True Trojans must exhibit excellent behavior on a consistent basis at school.  Great job by these students for striving to do their best each day!


Daylight Savings Time Ends

Make sure you set your clocks BACK one hour on Saturday night, November 1st!!  Daylight Savings Time ends!

Red Ribbon Week at FVMS

Our annual Red Ribbon Week Celebration was held Oct. 27-31.  Red Ribbon Week began as a tribute to Enrique (Kiki) Camarena,  a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Agent, who was tortured and killed in Mexico in 1985. It's purpose is to educate youth and encourgage them to live a "drug-free" life.

Each homeroom was asked to decorate their door with a "Red Ribbon Week" theme, students collected canned goods to show "I CAN make good choices", and Deputy Mathews held an assembly on Friday to end the week.  Here are a few pictures from the week.....

Scenes from the PCHS Homecoming Parade

FVMS was well-represented in the Peach County Homecoming Parade on October 16th. THANK YOU goes out to 8th grade student, Elizabeth Landeros, for capturing these images from the parade.  

FVMS Yearbooks are on Sale!

FVMS Yearbooks are on sale now!  The deadline to order is January 30, 2015. Order forms are available at the school or you can order online at www.ybpay.lifetouch.com.  Our Yearbook ID Code is: 11959615.

Prices begin at $20.  Don't miss out on this year's most memorable events at FVMS!  Order today!  

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