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  • The following teachers are listed as "out of field" pending completion of the ESOL Certification:
    Danial Stitt
    Tracy Osborne

  • SWIFT CREEK SCHOOL TOURS

    NEW TO SWIFT CREEK...
    Are you new to the Swift Creek community? Are you looking for the best possible middle school experience? Look no more!

    Go online today to schedule your SCMS tour: SCMS School Tour

2019 - 2020 ANNOUNCEMENTS


  • WOLF PACK NEWS

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  • Social and Emotional Learning

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  • Remind

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  • Outlook-Teams-Remind Instructions

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  • Remind Instructions

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  • ALL Parents:

    Please fill out the
    Student Access to Technology survey -


    https://www.leonschools.net/techsurvey

     

    Your responses to this survey are critical to help us determine the level of students access to technology at homeand what type of technology needs may be present in our student population so we can better determine how to address any technology needs with at-home learning efforts.

     

    We are asking that EVERY FAMILY have ONE parent fill out this survey for your children.

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  • Parents/Guardians,

     

    Comcast/Xfinity is giving away two free months of internet service for low-income families who qualify, regularly priced at $9.95/month plus tax after that until they cancel. There is no contract so they can disconnect at any time without penalty. It's only for new customers, but existing customers have some additional perks and protections they're offering too.

     

    https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19#gethelp&all_Pricingandotherinfo

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  • Tallahassee Mental Health Resources


    DISC Village Health and Wellness Specialists offer students a safe and supportive environment to discuss personal struggles related to Behavioral Health through the New Horizons program. The program works to increase effective communication, anger management, and decision-making skills while offering support in a time of crisis.

    Health and Wellness Specialists will be available to meet with students via a virtual services platform. Virtual Services can be accessed through:

    o https://discvillage.securevideo.com/book

    o Link is also available on DISC Village Website – “schedule virtual session” button top right corner. If you are unable to connect virtually, please contact:


    o Health and Wellness Services: 850-574-6240


    o Health and Wellness Program Supervisor: 850-510-1793

    o Director of Youth Services: 850-510-1042

    2-1-1

    Call 2-1-1 for human service information and assistance; available 24 hours a day to listen and provide emotional support, crisis counseling, suicide prevention, and information & referrals. You do not have to be in crisis to call, there is no eligibility criteria, and our services are free.

     

    Mobile Response Team (MRT) 1-800-342-0774
    The MRT is a 24/7 on-call crisis intervention service provided through Apalachee Center, Inc. MRT provides emergency behavioral health assessment, and diversion alternative to inpatient treatment when appropriate.

     

    National Mental Health Resources


    Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
    Call anytime if you’re feeling desperate, alone or hopeless. This number will route you to the crisis center nearest you.

     

    ReachOut 1-800-448-3000
    Site where teens and young adults can find the information they need, reach out, tell their stories, and voice their opinions “without fear of being judged or being different.”

     

    Crisis Text Line Text 741-741 Support via text messaging.

     

    SAMHSA Treatment Referral Helpline 1-877-SAMHSA7 (1-877-726-4727)


    Get general information on mental health and locate treatment services in your area. Speak to a live person,

    Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST.

     
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  • SCMS Family,  Below please see important message from Leon County Schools!

     

    Attached is a document outlining tips for maintaining good behavioral health during social distancing, quarantine, and isolation to include a list of available resources for obtaining assistance.

     

    In addition, a second attachment provides instructions for students to connect to DISC Village Health and Wellness Specialists for assistances starting Monday, March 23.  DISC’s Specialist will be available to meet with students utilizing a HIPAA-compliant video conferencing/virtual platform that will document each session. 

     

    Parents of students who were meeting with a Specialist prior to Spring Break will be contacted by Friday, March 20 to discuss continuation of services. 

     

    The attachments and additional resources are also posted on the Mental Health webpage. https://www.leonschools.net/Domain/7259

     

    Behavioral Health Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine, and Isolation

     

    Instructions to connect to DISC Village Health and Wellness Specialists

     

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  • 2020 6th Grade Summer Orientation Camp

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  • Summer Camp

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  • SCHOOL CHOICE/REASSIGNMENT NOW OPEN

     

    IF YOUR STUDENT IS NOT PROMOTING TO ANOTHER SCHOOL AND YOU HAVE NOT MOVED, YOUR REASSIGNMENT WILL REMAIN IN PLACE.

     

    IF YOU WOULD LIKE FOR YOUR STUDENT TO GO TO A SCHOOL OUT OF YOUR HOME ZONE (EX: CURRENT 5TH OR 8TH GRADE MOVING UP NEXT YEAR), YOU MUST APPLY FOR SCHOOL CHOICE/REASSIGNMENT.


    Click Here for more information.

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  • Yearbook BUY YOUR YEARBOOK TODAY!

    SCHOOL CODE 361

    CLICK HERE

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  • Click here to join the SCMS ListServ

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  • CELL PHONE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES POLICY 

         Upon arrival on SCMS campus, student cell phones must be turned off and out of sight until 9:25AM. Beginning at 9:25AM until the last bell rings at 3:50PM, all student cell phones and electronic devices must be turned off and stored in lockers unless permitted for use by the administration or teacher for instructional purposes.

         Students who violate this policy shall be subject to established disciplinary measures. School employees shall confiscate any cell phone or electronic device visible, heard or used during the instructional day without teacher/staff permission. All confiscated phones or electronic devices will be turned in to the front office, labeled with the student's name. A phone call will be made to the parent to retrieve the cell phone from the front office.

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  • ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION (“AP”) FORMS

         All students who plan on participating in any activity or field trip with SCMS must fill out the front side of an AP form each year they are enrolled.

         Additionally, any students who plan to tryout for a sport must complete BOTH sides of the AP form AND have a current physical that will not expire before the last game of the season.

     

    This form is accessible here for your convenience:

    19-20 Student Activity Participation Form

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  • PARENT PORTAL

    PARENT PORTAL

    Click on the image to be redirected to the Parent Portal page.

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  • 2019-2020 Student Registration Information

    Request for Records Form

    Student Registration Form

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E-Learning FAQs

  • Overdue Library Books

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    If you have a Swift Creek Library book, it can be turned in to the drop box located outside the SCMS front office between 8am and 3pm Monday thru Friday.  If it is in your locker, we will get to it later.

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  • Yearbook Deadline

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    The deadline for ordering yearbooks online is April 15th.  Have no fear - you will get your yearbook!

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  • Locker Clean Out

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    At this time, no students are allowed on campus.  The items that are in your locker are safe and will be there when you return.  If studetns do not return before the end of the year, we will update you on the plan for you to retrieve your belongings.

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Reg. Bell Schedule

  • First Bell              9:25
     1st Period              9:30 - 10:20
     2nd Period              10:24 - 11:14
     3rd Period              11:18 - 1:07
     1st Lunch
    2nd Lunch
     
     
     
     12:11
     12:42
    4th Period               1:11 - 2:01
    5th Period               2:05 - 2:55
    6th Period               3:00 - 3:50

     

    *Please plan appointments and out-of-school activities accordingly.

     

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