The mission of Haughton Middle School is to improve student success, character, and academics by providing a rigorous education.
Haughton Middle School
395 S. Elm
Haughton, LA 71037
Waylon Bates, Principal
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NCA Cheer Camp 2014
2 Blue Ribbons for their final evaluation
Spirit Stick for the most school spirit during all 3 days at camp!
NCA All-American team: Lauren Knight, Farrah Stanfield, Hannah Robinson, Brylee Kelley, Kamryn King, and Madelynn Lowrie.
Congratulations to Hannah Robinson who received the highest honor at camp by being chosen by the NCA staff for TOP ALL-AMERICAN.
She earned this honor for her outstanding tumbling, jumps, cheer, and school spirit.
Congratulations to Jillian Lloyd for being chosen as an All-American Mascot.
HMS'S VERY OWN NEWSPAPER IS ON SALE NOW!!! GET YOUR EDITION BEFORE THEY SELL OUT!! PRICE - $1
2014-2015 Spirit Shirts- $10
Box Tops for Education
Click to print Box Top Coupons!
Save Your Box Tops!
Please cut and save Box Tops for Education found on General Mills products and send to your student’s math teacher. The math classes compete for ...more
The United States Marine Corps Reserve collects and distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. Their goal is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them in becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens. If you would like to participate in this event, please bring a new, unwrapped toy to the school so that it may be passed on to a child in need.
Happy Thanksgiving for All
The students at Haughton Middle collected over 3,000 food items for our Thanksgiving Food Drive. These items will make a fulfilling holiday celebration a possibility for families in our community.
2014-2015 HALL OF FAME
The students and staff at Haughton Middle raised $2000 for the Salvation Army. According to Feeding America, more than 48.8 million people fact the threat of hunger daily in the United States. To help mitigate that threat, The Salvation Army serves 60 million meals to anyone in need through its many soup kitchens, sit-down meal programs, food pantries, mobile meals and community gardens. These nutritional meals assist homeless people of all ages, as well as individuals and families who may be down on their luck and in need of some extra assistance. All of the money collected today will go directly towards these efforts.
The Salvation Army drive has been extended to next week as well. Please continue to bring in non-perishable food items and toiletries. The last day is now Friday, October 24th.
Bucs Fire it Up for the American Heart Association
The students and staff at Haughton Middle School raised $1,830 for the American Heart Association during our Red Out! Day. Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans. Stroke ranks fourth and is a leading cause of severe adult disability. Each year, these diseases kill more than 811,000 Americans, which is roughly the same as the entire population of Baton Rouge.
8th grade Recognition Ads available!!
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**Bossier Parish School Board regular education buses are only
authorized to pick up and deliver students to a residence on record, no daycares, babysitters, or businesses.** Notes from School Principals are only good for one day. Each day a student goes to another residence the parent must send a note to the School Principal. The School Principal must sign the note and hand the note to the bus driver. (Notes are only good for one day.)
Students must have the same p.m. stop as their a.m. stop. (Don’t pick up in front of students house in the a.m. then drop him off at the corner in the p.m.)
Regular Ed students may only ride the assigned bus that services their home address unless otherwise approved through the School Principal.
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
The Haughton Middle School family raised over $1000 in donations to the ALS Association. Thank you to all who donated!
HMS Robotics Team
Our HMS Robotics team took home 1st place at the 2014 Junior Cyber Discovery Camp this summer! The camp involved a team of HMS STEM students competing against six other Bossier Parish middle school teams. During the week long camp, the students were immersed in hands-on activities including: artificial Intelligence, virtual reality, robotics, 3-D Modeling, and mini challenges. Our very talented and comical team also won 1st place in the final skit challenge, which highlighted all of the activities and knowledge the students gained over the week.
Our first place team included Kayleigh Huckaby, Brandon Moll, Alexander Morris,
Tyler Rodriguez, Sarah Silny, and Isabelle Smith.
Way to go BUCS!! We are so proud of your hard work!!
Softball Team Wins 4th Consecutive District Championship
The Lady Bucs softball team finished another great district season going 9-1 and winning their fourth straight district championship. Over the past four years the Lady Bucs have been on an incredible run through district play winning 38 out of 40 district games. This season the Lady Bucs outscored their opponents 72 to 10.
Choir Wins Superior at District Concert
COMING FALL 2016
Payment Solutions Parent Registration
The new cafeteria management system is online. Please check the school locker for the Payment Solutions Parent Registration letter to get started.
Letter from Sheriff Julian Whittington
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington has asked for Bossier Schools' help getting out an important message that is putting children in serious jeopardy and in danger of criminal charges. It involves sexting, distribution and possession of child pornography.
We ask that you please read this letter from Sheriff Whittington and have a conversation with your child, discussing the dangerous consequences of engaging in these behaviors. Please click here to read the letter.
The Bossier Parish School System pledges its full cooperation to the Sheriff's Office in taking an active role in heightening awareness and educating both students and parents about this serious issue.
It is imperative we all work together as partners to protect our children from this pervasive societal problem.
Bossier Schools Superintendent