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Quail Hollow
Middle School
2901 Smithfield Church Road
Charlotte, NC 28210
Courier #: 509
P: 980-343-3620  |  F: 980-343-3622 
Principal: Rachael J. Neill
LC: Southwest
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Back to School 2018-19

​​​​​Welcome Back to School!

This page will be updated as we enter the 2018-19 School Year with information about Back to School Programs, forms, etc. Check back often!

Open House

We are excited to see you soon, Falcons! Open House is Thursday, August 23 11:00-2:00 OR 4:00-7:00. Pick up your schedule, meet your teachers, sign up for clubs and activities, order PE uniforms and sprit wear, get transportation info, and more!

School Supply Lists

Click here for the 2018-19 school supply list!

Dress Code

Click here for the 2018-19 Dress Code: QHMS Dress Code 2018-19.pdf

Required Forms

Only four sheets are required for all students! Please review all of the notices and forms on the links contained in the documents below or on the CMS Website. Copies of the forms are available in the front office as necessary. 

***Forms coming soon!***

Summer Assignments

Summer assignments for Reading and Math can be found at: http://summerassignmentsqhms.weebly.com/ 


Transportation Information

  • Students who are enrolled in CMS by August 1st, have registered for transportation services, and are eligible for transportation, should have a stop for the first day of school, Monday, August 27th.   (Registered means the student has been entered in PowerSchool and/or an alternate stop has been submitted in EveryInfo by 6:00 PM on August 1st.)

  • Students who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool between August 2nd and August 23rd, and are eligible for transportation should have their stop in place for the afternoon bus ride Tuesday, August 28th.  This includes new students enrolled within the dates above.  (Priority is given to eligible students requesting service to and from home to school, it may take several weeks to process alternate stops/daycare stops at the beginning of the school year). 

  • Students who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool between August 24th and August 28th, and are eligible for transportation should have their stop in place for the afternoon bus ride on Thursday, August 30th.  This includes new students enrolled within the dates above.  (Priority is given to eligible students requesting service to and from home to school, it may take several weeks to process alternate stops/daycare stops at the beginning of the school year). 

  • Students who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool between August 29th and August 30th, and are eligible for transportation should have their stop in place for the afternoon bus ride on Tuesday, September 4th.  This includes new students enrolled within the dates above.  (Priority is given to eligible students requesting service to and from home to school, it may take several weeks to process alternate stops/daycare stops at the beginning of the school year). 

  • Students who have moved, had their new address recorded in PowerSchool on September 1st or later, and are eligible for transportation will have their bus stop set by the Transportation Area office through the EveryInfo program at the school.


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