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Mint Hill
Middle School
School Information:
11501 Idlewild Road
Matthews, NC 28105
Courier # 455
P: 980-343-5439 | F: 980-343-5442
Principal: Steve Drye
LC: East Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Our Mission
Our mission is to provide a safe and stable learning environment in which all students can acquire the skills to become confident, self directed, life-long learners and contributing members of society.
School Announcements
The Miner's Lamp Newsletter - September 12th
9/15/2014Read full story
Yearbooks Are On Sale!
9/8/2014Read full story
Mint Hill Middle PTSA Fall Fundraiser
9/5/2014Read full story
Curriculum Night is Coming!
9/5/2014Read full story
Camp Kanuga - 6th Grade Field Trip
8/25/2014Read full story
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Current Calendar Events
Sep 17PTSA Fundraiser - 2nd Turn In Day
Sep 237th & 8th Grade Curriculum Night
Sep 25PTSA Fundraiser - LAST Turn In Day
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EARLY DISMISSAL TIMES

Dismissals will ONLY occur at the end of each instructional block.

6th grades – 10:10am (end of 1st block), 11:35am (end of 2nd block), 1:50pm (end of 3rd block) 

7th grades – 10:10am (end of 1st block), 12:26am (end of 2nd block), 1:50pm (end of 3rd block)

8th grades – 10:10am (end of 1st block), 11:35am (end of 2nd block), 1:50pm (end of 3rd block)

**If you need your child dismissed at a different time other than those listed above, send a note to the teacher of the block they will be leaving. That teacher will send your child at the requested time to the office.

**NO DISMISSALS will be permitted after 1:50pm without a note.  

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Our Vision

At Mint Hill Middle School, we inspire to create an environment that is academically excellent, developmentally responsive, and socially equitable to support students in reaching their fullest potential in the 21st century by “Teaching Our Way to the Top."

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a safe and stable learning environment in which all students can acquire the skills to become confident, self directed, life-long learners and contributing members of society. Our goal is for one hundred percent of our students to achieve more than a year’s worth of growth in a year’s time in both Math and Reading.

 

 

 

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