May Band/Choir Concerts

May 5th: SMS Choir Concert - SMS Gym at 7 PM ($5 Admission)

May 9th: SHS Band Concert - Old Mill Park at 6 PM

Free Physicals at SHS on May 13th!

Students in grades 6th-8th are eligible for a free physical provided by Dr. Evan Johnson and NEO on May 13th, 2022 at Sardis High School.

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SMS Students Place in the Etowah County Creative Writing Contest!

Congratulations to our SMS students who placed in the Etowah County Creative Writing Contest! Click here to see the list.

"Blind Date with A Book" Review Winner

Congratulations to Jacee Holcomb for winning our grand prize!

Basketball Skill Days for 2nd-6th Grade Girls

Coach Cullom will be offering basketball skill days for six weeks for 2nd-6th grade girls at the high school gym from 3:30-5:00 PM on Wednesdays: April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th and May 4th, 11th.

There will be no cost.

Athletes need to bring athletic shoes, clothes, and something to drink.

Parents can email Coach Cullom with any questions:heath_cullom@ecboe.org

Sleep in Heavenly Peace - Bed Build Day - April 9th

There will be a Sleep in Heavenly Peace Bed Build on April 9th at 9 AM at the Refocus Center (106 Burke Avenue).

This is such a great opportunity to give back to our community. All ages are welcome; there will be a job for everyone!

This build day provides those who participated and contributed to our PJ Day fundraiser the opportunity to see the result of their contributions.

Fill out the registration link below to participate!

https://shpbeds.​allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/​qwebcorporate.dll?idx=X58KFQ

Congratulations, Dodgeball Champions!

2022 Tournament Champions - Bikini Bottom Ballers

Dodgeball Finals - March 15th

$2 Admission

Congratulations, All-State Choir Members!

The following students performed in March at the BJCC in Birmingham as a part of the Middle School Treble Chorus: Bella Blackmon, Brooklyn Hale, Marissa Lang, Lola Poole, and Elizabeth Pratt.

School Social Work Week 2022

Thank you, Hope Whitaker, for everything you do!

E-Learning Days: 2/21-2/22

Congratulations to the Lady Lions basketball team for making the ELITE EIGHT!

School Creative Writing Contest Winners

Congratulations to the following students for being selected to send entries to the Etowah County Creative Writing Contest.

6th Grade

Kaden McCurley

Andeigh Stewart

Ashanti Quintana Hernandez

Easton Hale

Aubrey Lang


7th and 8th Grade

Taylor Gray

Braiden Wilson

Hope Oaks

Bryson Jones

Mya Glass

Andrea Romero Alvarez

Joseph Ford

Brianna Barnes

Jolie Taylor

9th Grade Registration Meeting

There will be a registration parent meeting Wednesday, March 2nd, at 5:00 PM for current 8th graders to pick classes for next year at SHS.  It will be held in the Sardis High School Lunchroom.

Report Cards Distrubution Date

Due to issues with PowerSchool and no school on Friday, January 7th, report cards will be sent home on Tuesday, January 11th.

Matchomatics Fundraiser (Survey Access Ends January 21st)

Students have until Friday, January 21st, to complete their surveys to participate in this year's Matchomatics fundraiser!

Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r​/KL7DD6N

Matchomatics uses survey results to match students. Of course, the results are not meant to be taken seriously; this is all for fun. Once the survey results are compiled, we will sell printouts to students in the library during the following dates: January 31st-February 11th. The printouts will cost $2.

February 15th: NAEP for a Select Amount of 8th Grade Students

*What is NAEP?

- The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the only assessment that measures what U.S. students know and can do in various subjects across the nation, states, and in some urban districts. Also known as The Nation’s Report Card, NAEP has provided important information about how students are performing academically since 1969.NAEP is a congressionally mandated project administered by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) within the U.S. Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences (IES). NAEP is given to a representative sample of students across the country. Results are reported for groups of students with similar characteristics (e.g., gender, race and ethnicity, school location), not individual students. National results are available for all subjects assessed by NAEP. State and selected urban district results are available for mathematics, reading, and (in some assessment years) science and writing. (More information at https://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/)

*Students have already been notified if they were randomly selected for this test. Please contact the school if you have any questions.

Lost and Found Items

If you think you have lost something at school, go to the office and fill out a lost and found form.

Mid-Term Exams Information

12/14: Exams for 1st-4th Periods

12/15: Exams for 5th-7th Periods (Held during 1st-3rd Periods)

12/16: Make-Up Exams

Food Drive - Items Due 12/10

The Jr. Beta Club is hosting a food drive to help restock a food pantry that serves local citizens, and everyone is invited to donate. Please bring non-perishable items and canned goods to Mrs. England's room by December 10th.

Yearbook Pre-Orders Information

Information about 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 Yearbook pre-orders will be released SOON!

Giving Tuesday Update - Thank You!
Spirit Olympics Are BACK!

The Spirit Olympics will be the morning of November 10th.

Early Release - November 10th

Per Dr. Cosby:

The Veteran's Day Parade is scheduled for Wednesday, November 10th, at 2 PM in Downtown Gadsden. We will be dismissing school on this day at 12 PM for our high school bands to participate and to allow everyone to attend this great event.

**Sardis Middle School release times may differ.**

Congratulations, Junior High Volleyball!

Both teams placed 2nd in the Etowah County tournament. We are proud of you!!

Representative Becky Nordgren Donates to SMS!

Alabama District 29 Representative Becky Nordgren made a donation to Sardis Middle School on September 23, 2021. Thank you, Representative Nordgren!

Early Release on Friday, September 3rd!

Sardis Middle will release early on Friday, September 3rd, for the Homecoming Parade. Go, Lions!

Buses - 11:45 AM

Car Riders - 11:50 AM (Students must be picked up by 12:15 PM.)

Spirit Olympics POSTPONED

Due to weather and COVID guidelines, we will postpone (not cancel) this year's Spirit Olympics. Stay tuned for more information!

School Pictures: August 25th (Make-Up September 8th)

Dress your best! The dress code still applies.

Sardis Middle School Shirts On Sale Through August 27th!

Shirts are $15

Join the Comic Book Club! (Last Day: September 8th)

Go to the library to get a permission slip. Permission slips and $5 fees are due September 8th.

Sardis Shirt Day and Hat Day - August 20th

Wear your Sardis shirt and/or any hat this Friday!

Student/Parent Orientation: August 10th at 5:30 PM in Lunchroom

▪ It is not required but recommended for parents of our incoming new students.

▪ Parents of returning students are also welcome to attend.

▪ Students are welcome to attend as well.

▪ We will discuss major items of interest and also plan to have our faculty be in attendance for a chance to “meet and greet”

Locker Sales - July 29th

8th Grade: 9-10 AM

7th Grade: 11-12 PM

6th Grade: 1-2 PM