McCormick Middle School

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Hays County COVID-19 Resources
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    Counselor's Corner
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    Food Deliveries
    Food deliveries from any delivery service are prohibited on campus. We can only accept food from parents/family members for their student only. Parents are not allowed to bring food for other students. 


    Please take a moment to review our policy for students riding home on a bus with another student:

    • A note is needed from both parties; the student that is going home with a friend AND a note from the friend's parent.
    • Both notes must have a parent signature and a phone number.
    • The campus will contact both parties for verification. Notes can be provided ahead of time for verification.
    • Students will not be allowed to go home with their friend on the bus if we have not had verbal confirmation from both parties.

    If you are unable to receive phone calls at work, please email Beatrice.Garcia@hayscisd.net (front office receptionist) and/or myself James.Cruz@hayscisd.net. You can also text me at 512-698-7007.

    I appreciate everyone’s understanding with this policy. Please let me know if you have any questions, I will be happy to assist you. 


    SRP (Standard Response Protocol)
    For a brief introduction to SRP (Standard Response Protocol) in
    English click here

    For a brief introduction to SRP (Standard Response Protocol) in Spanish click here

    To learn more detailed information about SRP and the iloveuguys foundation, please visit www.iloveuguys.org

    SRP Parent Handout  

    SRP Directives


    HERO
    This year we are using a system called HERO this year that will keep track of tardy/no id/cell phone violations. We also use this system for Tiger Tickets and positive behavior. Parents are able to keep track of their students' tardy/no id violations as well as how many tiger tickets they have earned. Here are the directions: 

    1. You must create an account on the computer first before downloading the app. Please go to https://herok12.com/. Click on sign in (top right corner)
    2. After clicking sign in, click on the picture that says parents
    3. Click on create an account
    4. Hit submit after filling out the information
    5. Click add a student
    6. Click “no” when the message asks if you have a code
    7. Fill out your child's information
    • After you have followed these steps, you can download the APP.
    • Type in your search “HeroK12”. Download the HERO APP, which is a blue color (it will say students).

    Please let me know if you need any assistance.


    Updated Cell Phone Policy

    Parents: Our district has adopted a new 2018-2019 cell phone policy.
    Please visit the link below to review the policy.
    Cell Phone Policy 

TIGER NEWS

DISTRICT NEWS

  • 2022-2023 Online Student Registration!

    Student Registration 2022-2023: Online registration for the 2022-2023 school year is OPEN for all new and returning students. Click headline for more information and to register.

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  • Summer at Hays CISD

    Click headline to learn about the FREE Summer Feeding Program, Summer School 2022 and secondary Summer Reading assignments.

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  • Salazar Named Hays High School Principal

    Hays CISD Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Monday that Kristina Salazar will serve as the new principal for Hays High School. At a meeting on Monday, the Hays CISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring decision. Salazar is an accomplished educator with 30 years of experience in education. She has also been a Hays CISD community member, residing in Kyle for 14 years. Salazar replaces the long-time Hays High School principal, David Pierce, who was recently promoted in Hays CISD to a deputy academic officer position.

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  • Mentors Needed! Be a mentor..... change a life!

    Mentors support the emotional and social development of students through the power of relationships! Hays CISD is recruiting individuals in the community interested in changing the life of a child. Research shows that meaningful relationships are a powerful part of young people’s lives, given that mentoring encourages students to develop self-awareness and to foster their passions. Please click headline or "Read More" to learn how to become a Hays CISD mentor!

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  • Girl Talk / Boy Talk - for parents & students grades 6-8 on May 4, 2022 at the PAC

    WHO?: Parents & students grades 6 - 8 | WHEN?: May 4, 2022 from 6:30 - 8:30 PM | WHERE?: Hays CISD Performing Arts Center (PAC) Talking about puberty and sexual health with your child can be difficult. Want to start the conversation without having to say a word? Join us this Spring for our Girl Talk / Boy Talk Program. Our panel of experts will answer questions so you can get the conversation started. Events will be held at the PAC in separate rooms for boys and girls. Click headline or "Read More" for additional information.

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