Schalmont Middle School is home to approximately 600 students in grades 5-8 and a dynamic faculty of approximately 50 full- or part-time teachers.
Schalmont Middle School believes that all students are unique individuals capable of becoming life-long learners, free to develop their own abilities. Each can learn to communicate effectively through language; think critically using the analytic tools of mathematics, science, and logic; think creatively and intelligently to solve problems; demonstrate knowledge of our common human heritage and its rights and responsibilities; develop a sense of awareness for art, music and literature; and practice habits of good physical and mental health.
Through programs and activities designed to meet individual needs, students will strive toward academic success. A respect for all people and the development of self-discipline is a responsibility for all students to attain through a positive learning environment. It is the task of all who come in contact with the students of our community to challenge and develop their strengths and helps them learn to be successful. We strive to develop self-confident, healthy, and knowledgeable individuals who demonstrate zest for being contributing members of society.
Arrival and Dismissal
Arrival for all students in fifth through eighth grades is at 7:40 a.m. and dismissal is at 2:15 p.m.