Hewitt-Trussville Middle School

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  • 7th and 8th grade Curriculum Night

    HTMS would like to invite parents of current 6th and 7th graders to Curriculum Night! We will begin in the Auditorium providing an overview of the 7th and 8th grade curriculum and experience. Parents and students will be invited to visit, talk to teachers, and learn about electives and extra-curricular activities offered at HTMS!

    Tuesday | April 16, 2019
    5:30-6:45 PM
    HTMS Auditorium

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  • Old baby toys needed!

    One of our student clubs will be tinkering with programming sounds, and students will need old baby sound toys like the ones pictured here!  If you have any old baby sound toys that you no longer need, could you please send them with your child to our school library?  We will be taking donations through March 29th - Mrs. Brockman and our students thank you!!!

    baby sound

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  • 2019 Middle School Football

    Important Information

    Remind Notification:

    7th Grade Players & ParentsEnter: 81010 Text this message:  @ht7thfb 

    8th Grade Players & ParentsEnter: 81010   Text this message:  @ht8thfb

     Player Information & Parent Contacts:


    • Athletic Fee - paid during school registration $100
    • Pregame Meal Fee - paid during school registration $50
    • Spirit Pack Order by March 16th @ Hometown Sporting Goods or Online (pickup form & packet from HTMS PE)

    Spring Football Eligibility

    Dragon Fly

    1. Visit the following site to get started:www.dragonflymax.com(Dragnonflymax will only work with modern browsers like Chrome, Firefox or Safari)
    2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select “Do My Forms”
    3. Read the instructions then select “Create Your Account & Complete Forms”
    4. Click “Sign up for Free”
    5. Create a PARENTaccount and complete forms

    You will be asked for a school code.  VUNAZY for Hewitt-Trussville Middle School

    Must be 100% complete before participating in Spring Training

    Forms can be found at  http://hthuskies.com/camps-forms.html

    Must complete by April 1st 2019

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  • HTMS Dance Team Tryouts:

    Calling all dancers! If you are interested in trying out for the HTMS Dance Team, there will be a mandatory parent information meeting on Monday, February 4 at 5:30 pm in the Auditorium. An optional pre-clinic will be held on Tuesday, February 12th from 3:00-5:00 pm. Mandatory clinic and tryouts will take place during the week of March 18-22. A list of tryout requirements can be found on Ms. McIntyre’s website: https://bit.ly/2G2xOuz

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  • 4 or More Reading Challenge

    The HTMS 4 or MORE Reading Challenge begins Nov. 1st! We are challenging everyone in our building to read 4 or MORE books between now and Mar. 31st.  Learn more here: https://al50000063.schoolwires.net/Page/5502

     4 or more

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  • Click HERE to access 2018-2019 supply lists. You will also find the required reading book order forms for the 2018-2019 school year.

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Latest News

  • Hewitt Trussville Middle School Curriculum Guide and Course Description

    Please click this link to access the HTMS Curriculum and Course Description catalog.

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  • HTMS Counselors Receive RAVE Award

    Krista DeMent and Amy McIntyre received the RAVE Award from the Alabama School Counselor Association. RAVE stands for recognition of accountability verification and excellence. Congratulations to our awesome counselors!

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  • HTMS Teacher of the Year

    Congratualtions to Brandon Peters, the teacher of the year for HTMS!

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  • Hewitt-Trussville Middle School Duke University TIP

    Each year, Duke TIP identifies a group of academically talented students in the United States based on their exceptional grade-level standardized test scores. Only those who score at or above the 95th percentile qualify. Those students are invited to participate in the 7th Grade Talent Search and to take the ACT or SAT, which are designed for college-bound eleventh and twelfth graders. Taking an above-grade-level test is an experience that allows these gifted seventh graders to more accurately gauge their academic abilities and potential, as they need more advanced examinations than they find in their grade level. Participants in the 7th Grade Talent Search also receive a variety of support services and gain access to research and other information about using their academic abilities more effectively. The following students have been invited to join the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s prestigious 7th Grade Talent Search. Elizabeth Allison, Katherine Andreae, James Auvil, Michael Christopoulos, John Copus, Richard Davis, Savannah Day, Peter Dimler, Hadley Ekonen, Kaylee Rose Elrod, Alex Georgia, Elliott Greene, Ruth Gregory, Hannah Harbison, Alec Heslop, Joel Himes, Drennan Jones, Tyler Maronge, Elizabeth Morris, Ava Njoroge, Addison Olive, Sarah Partain, Shaylan Patel, Chaney Peters, Beck Petersen, Mia Sellers, Cody Serena, Abigail Wideman, Meredith Willingham, Ramsey Wilson.

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  • Congratulations to HTMS Counselor Amy McIntyre

    We are so excited to announce that one of our HTMS Counselors, Amy McIntyre, has been appointed to serve on the Alabama School Counselor Association Executive Board! She will be working closely with counselors across the state and serving as the Membership Committee Chair! We are very proud of you!

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