Red Ribbon Week
Mon. Oct. 27: "Pledge to Be Drug Free"-wear red, white, & blue
Tues., Oct. 28. "Be a Hero..Have the power to say NO" -Wear a super hero shirt
Wed., Oct. 29 "Make Drugs a Thing of the Past"-Dress like your favorite decade
Thurs., Oct. 30 "Read Drugs the Riot Act"- dress up like your favorite character from a book
Fri., Oct 31: "Red Out"-wear red from head to toe
GMS faculty and staff are participating in Jeans for Troops!
Check out the GMS Student Council Page to see what's happening!
Click the BI-LO Logo below and register your card today! Our school code is: 55445
Register your Harveys Card by clicking the Harveys picture below. Our school code is 47990.
Don't forget to collect Box Tops for Education off of the products you buy from the store. The more Box Tops we collect-the more free educational equipment we can get!
Booster Membership Form & Flyer-2014-2015-Color.pdf
Join the GMS Booster Club
$125 Annual Corporate Membership
(Includes 4 Gate Passes and 2 Bulldog Seat Cushions)
$75 Annual Family Membership
(Includes Gate Passes for up to 4 Family Members living in same household – Additional passes for members in same household can be purchased for an additional $10 each)
$45 Annual Family Membership
(Includes Gate Passes for 2 Family Members living in same household)
$30 Annual Individual Membership
(Includes Gate Pass for Individual)
Parents, don't forget to register on our website.
You can keep up to date on your child's homework, tests, and upcoming school events.
Detailed directions are listed in the resources.
If you registered in the past, you will need to re-register for this school year.
From the Principal
everyone! On behalf of the GMS faculty and staff I would like to take the
opportunity to thank you for entrusting your child to our care. We are
dedicated to making sure your child receives the best middle school experience
possible. Our faculty and staff perform their duties and responsibilities to
the best of their ability each day with pleasure, but that alone cannot
guarantee student success. We need your help in making sure that your child
realizes that with maturity comes increased responsibility. The teachers have
high expectations for student success and have indicated areas where you can
provide assistance. First, please make sure your child attends school every
day, for the entire school day, as much as possible. Nothing can replace the
direct instruction that the teacher provides each day. Second, your child must
take responsibility for learning by completing ALL assignments to the best of
his/her ability and by having the assignment readily available during class. Third,
your child must attend to the lesson being taught and seek clarification
immediately if he/she doesn’t understand any concept. Fourth, your child should
develop and utilize effective study skills to include preparing homework each
day, preparing for upcoming tests, and reading as much as possible in order to
increase reading skills. Finally, your child should participate in
extra-curricular activities such as sports or clubs, if possible. While not all inclusive, we believe the
aforementioned responsibilities will definitely promote student success. We invite you to visit GMS to see all of the
wonderful learning experiences taking place. As always, if you have any
questions or concerns, please give us a call.
GMS Shows PRIDE!
The Tattnall County School District is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure a quality education that affirms ALL students’ value and worth and will lead to a high school graduation and productive citizenship.
The Tattnall County School District will utilize innovative strategies to ensure ALL students will be successful today and prepared for tomorrow.