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    Our School Pledge


    I solemnly pledge to always conduct myself in an honorable and noble manner.
    I pledge to strive for and exhibit excellence in all that I do.
    I pledge to only speak and stand for the truth and at all times to uphold the Knight’s Code of Conduct.
    As a Knight of Alcorn Middle School, I vow to honor this pledge from this day forward.  

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    Today, 8/20/2014
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    21% chance of precipitation.

    Daily Announcements

    2014-2015 Supply List
    6th, 7th and 8th Grades

    Supply List 2014-Alcorn.pdf
    Welcome to Alcorn Middle School
    6th Grade Single Gender Academy

    A select group of 6th graders will participate in this initiative.
    6th Grade Welcome.pdf

    New Rule for School

    Beginning with this school year (2013-2014), Section 44-29-180 of the South Carolina Code of Laws, and State Regulation 61-8, requires that all students entering 7th Grade receive one (1) dose of Tdap vaccine (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis). To assist parents of rising 7th Graders with this vaccination requirement ahead of the 2014-2015 school year, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is working with VaxCare Corporation and our school district to provide Tdap vaccines.

    Nurse Mixson-Bazzle
    Alcorn Middle School

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    Palmetto Silver Award - Alcorn Middle School
    Alcorn was awarded the silver designation for general performance improvement by the South Carolina Department of Education. The Palmetto Gold and Silver Awards program, founded in 1996, recognizes schools for general performance and closing the achievement gap. Read more here: /89-midlands-schools-earn-palmetto.htm#storylink+cpy

    Academic Code of Dress-Year 2 Implementation (2014-15 School Year)

    Beginning August 2014, all Alcorn Middle students are required to adhere to the Academic Code of Dress Policy.

    The Academic Code of Dress is one facet that will be integral in transforming the perception of our school-which was developed one year ago by parents, students, staff and community members in an effort to raise academic achievement, improve the culture and climate in our school, and reduce distractions and peer pressure for students. The academic code of dress is as follows:

    Bottoms:  Khakis (Black, Tan or Navy Blue) colored pants, skirts, shorts, skorts and jumpers (appropriately sized)

    Tops:    6th-8th Graders (Solid White, Powder Blue or Navy Blue oxford, polo shirts or turtle necks-long or short sleeve…any shirt combination is acceptable)

    Shoes:  Shoes must be close-toed and closed-back

    Outerwear:  No pullover hoodies are allowed.  Outerwear should not conceal school attire.

    Alcorn uniform attire can be purchased from local department stores.  Alcorn also has a clothing closet with uniform items to assist those students in need. 

    If you have questions about the Academic Code of Dress, please call Alcorn Middle at 735-3439 and speak with our Parent/Community Coordinator, Mr. James Bryant.  The school’s website will also be continuously updated with important information on the academic code of dress.  Your continued support for the students of Alcorn Middle is greatly appreciated!

    Academic Dress Code Parent Letter 2014-AMS.pdf

    Faculty and Staff

    Quote of the Month
    "If we always do what we've always done, we will get what we've always got."   Henry Ford

    Knight Parents

    AR Parent Home Connect
    Parents are encouraged to check Renaissance Home Connect to view their child’s progress.


    Username: Student's username

    Password: Student's password

    If you would like to receive Emails showing your child’s quiz or test results, click the Email Setup link in Renaissance Home Connect and follow the directions. To be sure these Emails reach your inbox, add homeconnectautodelivery@renlearnrp.comto your address book.

    The student-athletes continue to excel.

    Eligibility Rules.docx

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    Principal's Message

    All of our students’ achievements could not be possible without the support they receive from all members of our school community. Thank you to the faculty and staff, who work tirelessly to make learning at our school possible. Thank you also to all our parents and guardians who support our students in so many ways. Whether you attended competitions or the games, help and encourage with homework, provide a morning wake-up call or serve as a daily taxi service we know that your efforts and encouragement have contributed to their school success.


    As we draw the curtains on another school year at Alcorn Middle, let us not forget that learning should