4:00 PM - 6:30 PM Students4H2O - Drop by Drop Virtual Presentation
**Yearbooks will be on campus very soon.**
If you pre-ordered a yearbook they will be distributed on May 27th. If you did not preorder, but would like to purchase one, the cost is $45. There is a limited quantity so it will be first come first serve for the non-preordered issues.
To purchase a yearbook (if not preordered) students may go to the bookstore window according to the following schedule: 8th graders May 14 and May 17th. 7th grade May 18th & 19th and 6th grade May 20th and 21st. The price is $45.00. You will not receive your yearbook at this time you are simply paying and reserving one.
All yearbooks will be distributed on May 27th according to the following manner: 8th graders from 8:50 through the end of 1st period. 7th graders 2 & 3rd periods and 6th graders 5th & 6th periods. Students will report to room 245 to pick up your yearbook.
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS: The High School Program Application deadline has been extended to May 7, 2021.
Thank you again for your support of CTE!
**8th grade parents please read** Current Proof of Residency for High School Enrollment: click here
Testing begins week of May 3rd! CLICK HERE for testing bell schedule
Follow this link for a video from Mrs. Elliott explaining HOMS testing procedures: https://youtu.be/cps0-MbDCcE
Click below for Grade-level 2021 HOMS Testing Letters which provide detailed information about 2021 state tests.
Remote Learning Guidelines
In an effort to improve instructional consistency at HOMS, students will no longer be able to opt in and out of remote learning on a daily basis without a medical excuse. However, if a member of your household has tested positive for COVID, if your child has been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID, or if COVID symptoms are presenting in your household, temporary remote learning will continue to be available. We realize that there are many different circumstances that parents will need to work through regarding this change. Please contact our school health assistant Ms. Garcia or our school administrators with questions and we will work with you to support your individual needs.
More information can be located at our school district website:
The remote learning option was introduced as a temporary learning format as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. As is the expectation for their peers learning in traditional classrooms, students participating in remote learning are expected to actively participate in their lessons and be engaged in school.
Students are eligible to participate in remote learning only in the following scenarios:
--A parent/guardian has registered them for the remote learning option with their school
--They are currently following quarantine or isolation protocols at the direction of DOH Martin or a healthcare professional
--They are sick and staying home due to symptoms, but are well enough to participate in remote learning from home temporarily. Students must provide a note from their parent or physician if they will be temporarily participating in remote learning due to illness.
--They or a member of the household is symptomatic, awaiting testing results or has tested positive for COVID-19.