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This Week at HAMS- Week of May 9th

This Week at HAMS- Week of May 9th

Week of 5/9/2022

We have completed week eight of the spring term! There are less than two weeks until the end of the academic year. The Hebron Academy Middle School End-of-Year Ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 26 at 4 pm in the Hebron Community Baptist Church on campus. The ceremony is the culmination of the school year as well as a celebration of our students in grades 6 through 8 and the middle school faculty. We are pleased to share that parents of middle school students are invited to this celebration; parents are asked to bring and wear masks while inside the Chapel. Due to rising Covid rates in Oxford County, we have updated our guidelines for the last weeks of the school year.

Please join us for a cake and beverage reception outside the Chapel following the ceremony at around 5:30 pm. This is a dress-up event for students and faculty. 

Upcoming Dates

Saturday, May 21 at 7pm - Hebron Musical Review in LePage Center for the Arts

Thursday, May 26 at 4pm - HAMS End-of-Year Ceremony in the Chapel. Masks required for visiting attendees. Live Stream Link

Friday, May 27 - HAMS beach Trip, 9 - 4pm.

Saturday, May 28 - Upper School Commencement


8th grade trip to Boston

8th grade students traveled to Boston this past Thursday, May 12. We visited the Museum of Science, Faneuil Hall, Freedom Trail and the public gardens. We thank these students for good behavior throughout the trip!

8th-Grade Reads

During the spring term in morning meetings, 8th-grade students will be doing their, 8th Grade Reads. This is an annual tradition at HAMS and part of Hebron’s "Well Spoken" program. We congratulate our 8th graders for their efforts with their reads.

7th-grade Hike

Mr. Tholen took his 7th-grade art students on a hike on a beautiful day this past week.

Be Kind Activity

During middle school morning meetings for the remainder of of the school year, students will participating in an activity we are calling, “Be Kind”. Each Monday, a group of students will sit in front of the student body with posterboards and their classmates will write kind words about them. Our first week went very well and we thank our students for all of their kind words!