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Scott  Jones
Principal
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Principal's Corner

Mr. Scott Jones

 

Dear Parents, Students, and Community

 Church Hill Middle School is home to our most important stakeholder, our students. As such, our main responsibility is to them. We must equip our students for what is ahead of them. Our focus as a faculty must be to facilitate our students to be critical thinkers and problem solvers. Let it be known that competition and collaboration are an integral part of what our students and faculty will be about as they learn together.

 
In the school setting of Church Hill Middle School that is going to look like parent involvement, student participation, and effective teaching.....all for the benefit of our primary stakeholder, the students. Teamwork is essential to accomplish this lofty task. We must work together to prepare our students for what lies ahead of them. Our young people deserve the competitive edge of having skills sets that will set them apart as not only qualified, but also as excelling. We want to challenge and benefit our students as they prepare for high school and the world beyond.
 
Many other traits are also taught to young people at this point of their lives....citizenship, responsibility, respect, etc. We have high expectations for behaviors that are appropriate at all times for our students. As a family, you are encouraged to read the information in the CHMS Handbook to be aware of the expectations and what services and benefits you may expect from CHMS.
 
It is important to remember that what you invest into your time here is what you will get out of it as your own dividend. Work hard now to provide a better opportunity for you tomorrow!
 
Thank you for partnering with us in this venture to benefit our young people. They are the leaders of tomorrow.
 
Scott Jones, Ed. S.
Principal
Church Hill Middle School
Phone: (423) 357-3051
Fax: (423) 357-9873

 

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