John Hopkins Middle School is implementing a new tardy policy. This policy is being put in place so that we can make sure that your child is receiving all the instructional time that is necessary in order for them to be successfull. It is important to have a conversation with your child in regards to the importance of getting to class on time. For more information on our new tardy policy please click here.
Advance Education Accreditation Update
John Hopkins Middle School successfully completed all requirements for re-accreditation through Advance Education (formerly SACS). We were rated operational 6 out of the 7 standards and highly functional on standard 5-Resources and Support Systems. The seven standards are listed as follows: Standard 1: Vision and Purpose, Standard 2: Governance and Leadership, Standard 3: Teaching and Learning, Standard 4: Documenting and Using Results, Standard 5: Resources & Support Systems, Standard 6: Stakeholder Communication & Relationships, and Standard 7: Commitment to Continuous Improvement.
This is a huge accomplishment for all of the JHMS Stakeholders and we should be extremely proud. JHMS is truly a great place to be and we will continue to work hard to reach our Vision of Every Student, Every Day, Academic and Social Success. To read in full the documents please click here for Summary and here for Self Assessment.
The mission of John Hopkins Middle School is to provide a safe nurturing environment that will create and maintain an open line of communication with all stakeholders that will allow all students to reach their highest levels of academic success.
EVERY STUDENT..EVERYDAY..ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUCCESS
Title 1 Survey
John Hopkins Middle
Please click this survey link to participate in the annual John Hopkins Middle School Title I Parent Survey. The purpose of this survey is to provide the Pinellas County School District's (PCS) Title I Program leadership with valuable feedback from parents of students enrolled at John Hopkins Middle School. Your opinion counts!