Welcome to Hanceville Middle School's web site


Buy a YEARBOOK  - the cost is $25 purchase in HMS OFFICE
Announcements: 
Boys Basketball 7th & 8th Grade uniform order web site (Site closes June 5)

Boys Numbers (8th)
00-Moore, 1-Cooper, 2-Campbell, 3-Turner, 5-Harris, 10-Farris, 11-Twilley, 13-Herrera, 14-Johnson,
23-Goodwin, 30-Jones
Boys Numbers (7th)
1-McGee, 2-Barfield, 10-Avila, 15-Taylor, 20-Cobbs, 21-Bailey, 32-Springer
 
Girls Basketball uniform order web site (Site closes June 5)

Girls Numbers
00-Hurst, 2-Wilson, 4-White, 5-Turner, 10-Butts, 12-Howell, 15-McGee, 22-Flanigan, 25-Driggs, 40-Green, 
52-Merriweather
*Players that have a uniform from last year can wear it again if it fits. 


Follow us on Twitter:  #hmsbulldogs
Follow us on Facebook: @hancevillemiddleschool


Teacher Advisory Groups (TAG) meet monthly
Every student is assigned a mentor teacher advisor when they enroll at HMS. That teacher is their mentor/advisor until they
leave middle school and enroll at high school.

Teacher Conferences may be scheduled any time.  Please call the HMS OFFICE 
(256)352-6175 to schedule a conference with your child's teacher(s).

HANCEVILLE NURSE REMIND= text @tstyles to the number 81010 to get special messages and updates from the school nurse


Live Homework Help is available 
Sunday - Thursday from 3 p.m. until 10 p.m. 
For additional information, please call 
Cullman Public Library at 256-734-1068



OUR SCHOOL NOW COLLECTS Box Tops for Education &  Tyson Project A+ labels. SAVE THEM FOR OUR SCHOOL!



 
 HMS is a proud AMSTI school!
 HMS is SACS accredited!





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Vision 

Quality education for every student, every day! 



Mission Statement 

The mission of Cullman County Schools, an educational organization with active community involvement, is to guarantee student success through quality educational opportunities that provide challenging academic and extra-curricular activities. 




Objectives 

  • To have 100% of our students graduate or successfully complete their individual educational program 
  • To provide students the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities 
  • To have students, upon graduation, contribute positively to society in the home, workforce, or educational arena.