The Registration process for 22-23 will take place in April - Information will be sent directly to parents
Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!
I am so happy that you are here at Piedmont! I am the 6th grade School Counselor. As the weeks go by I will be taking time to connect with each of you. You can email me anytime and and we can schedule an appointment.
Sixth Grade Welcome Letter 2021-2022
Parents, you can use this link to get information on the summer reading and math projects, service as action hours, and school supply list.
Zoom info in Espanol
Schedule Change requests Semester 1 2021-2022
Here is the schedule change request form. The last day to request is September 1st.
Middle School Planning Guide
Classroom concerns, grades, progress reports, etc…
Contact your child’s teacher directly http://schools.cms.k12.nc.us/piedmontMS/Pages/FacultyAndStaff.aspx
Changes in your child’s behavior
Marie Delaney: 6th Grade Counselor email@example.com
Glennise Clyburn-Johnson: 7th Grade Counselor glennise.clyburn@firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Case: 8th Grade Counselor email@example.com - On Leave until August 2019
Schedule Team Parent-Teacher Conferences & Power School Parent Log In Help
Susan Stone: Student Services Office Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
6th grade meets on Tuesdays (504) and Wednesdays (Sea Dawgs, Beastly Bucks & Jolly Rogers) during planning.
Due to COVID-19 pandemic all parent conferences will be held via Zoom
TBD: EC Teacher
Tiffany Howard: School Psychologist email@example.com
Gina Cherry: School Nurse firstname.lastname@example.org
John Kirkland: 6th Grade Assistant Principal email@example.com,nc.us
Attendance/Volunteer Concerns/Visiting The Classroom
Cynthia Little: Main Office Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Perez-Gomez: Main Office Secretary email@example.com
Please contact the main office for visiting the classroom procedures - 980-343-5435
Due to COVID pandemic classroom visits cannot be conducted at this time.
Please note that if you are visiting your child for lunch, you will need parental permission to invite friends to eat with you.
Bullying/Harassment - Bullying and harassment must be reported to administration in the main office
Robert Egnot: 6th Grade Deans of Students firstname.lastname@example.org
John Kirkland: 7th Grade Assistant Principal email@example.com
Brady Monismith: 8th Grade Assistant Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
The Piedmont Middle School Professional School Counseling Department will work together with all stakeholders to meet the needs of all students. We will ensure that Piedmont Middle School is a safe and nurturing environment where grow and experience success in the academic, career, and personal/social/emotional domains.
Listed are some of the techniques that may be utilized to provide our students with the maximum support to foster academic, career, and personal/social development: Classroom Guidance Lessons, Individual Student Planning, Community Resources, Responsive Services, Parental Support, PLC Collaborative Support, Small Group Services, System Support.
Ms. Delaney is the counselor for all 6th grade students only.
Ms. Clyburn-Johnson is the counselor for all 7th grade students - Seventh grade concerns should be directed to her.
Ms. Case is the counselor for all 8th grade students - Eighth grade concerns should be directed to her.
We are happy to discuss your concerns regarding your child. Please email your grade level counselor with concerns. Due to the nature of our position, we are serving children and are often not in the office. If you would like to meet with your child’s counselor, please email her to set up an appointment to ensure that time is set aside in order to fully attend to your needs. If you have an emergency please contact the main office.
At Piedmont, we meet as teams as needed, should you child have an academic concern. When a meeting is scheduled, you will meet with your child's core teachers (LA, Math, Sci & SS). If you have a subject specific concern and you would like to meet with an individual teacher, please contact the teacher directly.
Please contact Ms. Stone to schedule to schedule team conferences (email@example.com). Thank you for scheduling an appointment!
In addition, we often correspond by email as teams. Do not be surprised if you see all of your child's teachers, counselor and administrator on email correspondence.
We look forward to getting to know all Piedmont students and helping them have successful and rewarding middle school years.
All parents have signed a magnet compact and Piedmont’s IB contract. Please remember that IBMYP is an accelerated program. Parents and students are expected to monitor grades via Power School. Progress reports are sent home for students receiving grades of D or F. Students must pass Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies (Individuals and Societies), Health & PE, and an Elective (Encore) in order to be promoted to the next grade and remain at Piedmont. Students must pass World Language, complete the required Service as Learning (Community Service hours/Community Service Project), and demonstrate continuing acquisition of technology skills in order to remain in the IB program. Failure to meet the IB Magnet requirements will result in removal from the program and return to the home school. Transportation is in accordance with magnet procedures.
All students need to meet CMS standards in order to be promoted (IKE-R).
The high school registration process begins in early spring. Students will receive specific information second semester from Ms. Case.