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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...
Kona Ice Day

Our next Kona Ice Day is Friday, December 4th!!  These delicious snow cone treats can be pre-purchased in homeroom on December 2nd and 3rd only.  The cost is $3.00.  Please pay your homeroom teacher.  

November True Trojans of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were chosen by their homeroom teacher as November True Trojans of the Month:
6th Grade:  Tylon Madison, Karelia Sanchez, Shakemia Cobb, Kaori Cornelius, Alan Martinez, Shanayvia Barner, and Asil Alvarez.
7th Grade: Ajayla Williams, Mattye Sims, Michael Eckdahl, Salvador Rodriguez, Makala Cammack, and Shakira Davis
8th Grade: Kayla Henton, Angelo Ragan, Shomari Lewis, Jermel Dickey, Jonathan Nieto, Jasmine Releford, Amarii Ellis, and Osjah Ragin

FVMS Basketball Season Tips Off!!

The FVMS Basketball Season tips off at home on Tuesday, December 1st against Lamar County.  Come out and support our Trojan basketball teams!!

Click here to view and print the schedule.

Support FVMS When You Shop at Kroger

If you shop at Kroger and have a Kroger Plus Card then a portion of your purchases can help support Fort Valley Middle School. Click here for the steps you will need to get started supporting our school!



FVMS Students Chosen as REACH Scholars

FVMS 8th Grade students, Kenyon Green and Stephania Lopez, were chosen as 2015-16 REACH Scholars in the state of Georgia.  REACH stands for Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen.  It is a "needs-based mentorship and scholarship program designed to encourage students, starting in middle school, to persist in their educational pursuits.  These students are provided with academic, social, and financial supports needed to graduate from high school, access college, achieve post-secondary success and be prepared for the 21st century workforce."  Upon graduating from high school, each student will receive a $10,000 scholarship for college in Georgia.

They were recognized at a ceremony held September 30th at Fort Valley Middle School.  Rep. Robert Dickey presented the REACH Scholars with a commendation. Governor Nathan Deal started the REACH program in February 2012.  Click here to learn more about REACH.   

We are very proud of Kenyon and Stephania and their pursuit of excellence!! 

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