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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...
August True Trojans of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as "True Trojans of the Month" for August by their homeroom teacher:
6th Grade:  Shakira Davis, Ana Oviedo, Efrain Martinez, Erin Gowen, Key'Shawn Plant, and Darnell Springer
7th Grade:  Willa Robinson, Ilse Longoria, Jessica Garcia, Jordan Ellison, Kayla Barnes, Eryn Bailey, A'miracle Harris, and Mikiel Gray
8th Grade:  Elizabeth Sanchez, Elisa Rodriguez, Alesandra Albarez, Laura Oceguera, Mariah Jones, Jasmine Stephens, and Amaya Mangham

To be chosen as "True Trojan of the Month", students must exhibit True Trojan behavior on a daily basis at school.

FVMS Teacher Attends Summer Institute

While some educators were enjoying their summer break from work, one Fort Valley Middle School teacher was taking advantage of the two week National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Summer Institute Program for Middle School Science Teachers.  Mrs. Bernessa Rawls-Baker was not just one of 22 teachers selected to participate in the 2014 summer hands-on workshop, but she was the only one selected from the state of Georgia.

NIST, known between 1901 and 1988 as the National Bureau of Standards (NBS), is a measurement standards laboratory which is a non-regulatory agency of the United States Department of Commerce.  As a second year teacher at Fort Valley Middle School , Mrs. Rawls-Baker continually strives to find curriculum demonstration resources that will enable her to connect research with real world practices. Mrs. Rawls-Baker stated, “With the increased emphasis on standards-based classrooms it is becoming even more imperative to seek opportunities that will enhance my current knowledge while introducing me to new methodology. I feel that attending this workshop has exposed me to resources that will positively impact my direct instruction in the areas of rigor and relevance that I otherwise wouldn’t have access to.”

The NIST Summer Institute Program provided selected teachers hands-on activities, lectures, tours, and visits with NIST scientists and engineers at the NIST Campus in Gaithersburg, Maryland.  Resources received at the workshop provided teachers with instructional materials and ideas that can be incorporated into their lesson plans and emphasize real-world applications.

Bookbags Donated to FVMS

The members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. State of Georgia met for their state leadership conference at Fort Valley State University where the Beta Rho Zeta chapter was the host. One of the Zeta National initiatives is Adopt a School. The schools in Fort Valley were selected by this organization to receive this year's donation. Fort Valley Middle was given bookbags filled with school supplies.

Pictured making this donation are Shaniqua Caldwell, Shanessa Ashford, Beverly Smith(FVMS Counselor), and Kina Davis.

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