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E2 Information Meetings for Parents of Rising 6th Graders

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Attention parents of rising 6th grade students (Fall 2019):  Information meetings about the Earhart-Edison Exploration Academy at North Hall Middle School will be held in January 2019.  Please contact E2 Coordinator, Kimberley Nash, for questions at Kimberley.Nash@hallco.org

Applications will be posted online in early January 2019.

Center Point – Talk Now

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Talk Now Workshop: Parents and their middle school youth are invited to join an eye-opening, workshop called Talk Now with speaker Marc Fomby, CEO of FTC Prevention Services. Mr. Fomby will facilitate a workshop utilizing music and the messages hidden in music to open lines of communication between parents and youth.

Date: Saturday, August 18, 2018    Time: 9:00 am to 2:30 pm (registration begins at 8:30 am)

        • Location: Gainesville First United Methodist Church – 2780 Thompson Bridge Road – Gainesville, Georgia 30506
        • Registration Information
          • There is no cost to attend. When registering it does refer to a ticket; however, this workshop is free and lunch will be provided.
          • Families can register now.
          • All attendees will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a $50 gift card!
          • The first 75 to register will receive an additional raffle ticket.
          • Register seperately for you and your child.
          • Registration is limited, register now using the link below.

Fuel up to play 60

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Maribel Garcia and Halle Pierce headed to the Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador Summit with their physical education and health teacher, Debbie Wiley, in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 16, 2018.  Read the full story here.
          UPDATE***   Summit 2018

Maribel Garcia competed with other students from across the nation to present/pitch an innovative idea about a wellness initiative for our school. A wellness “Shark Tank”; she presented in front of an adult panel and had to make her plan doable within a 2-minute time line.  The Summit gave 10 grants to the best ideas and Maribel was one of the ten student to receive a grant of $1000 to plan the event at our school.

Halle Pierce competed with other students from across the nation in a TED Talk.  She spoke on the topic of Fueling Greatness.  Halle received a call back to the finals from over 100 students to complete her talk a second time on stage live in front of an audience and she was selected one of the top 10 student at the Summit for her skill in speaking and presenting with passion on the topic of Health and Wellness.  She also received a $500 grant and $500 in physical education equipment for our school.

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March 2017 School of the Month: North Hall Middle School

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Georgia Shape, the Governor’s statewide, initiative to encourage health and wellness in our schools, has announced North Hall Middle as their School of the Month for March 2017.

HCSD Wellness Facilitator Jake Weiers has verified that this is the first time a middle school has been selected for this honor.