About Holmes Middle
Holmes Middle School is the largest middle school in Rockingham County. Led by principal Nicole Lancaster and assistant principal Casey Elrod, Holmes has 66 certified teachers, four Teaching Assistants, four Guidance Department Staff, and a Media Specialist. Thirty-seven percent of HMS teachers have earned Graduate and Post-Graduate degrees. The school has seven National Board Certified teachers.
Holmes Middle School
211 N. Pierce Street, Eden, NC
Phone: (336) 623.9791
Fax: (336) 627.0075
Instructional Hours: 8:25 am - 3:25 pm
Office Hours: 7:45 am - 5:00 pm
Grades Served: 6-8
Colors: Maroon, Gray, and White
Mr. Nathan Ziglar - Lead Learner & Principal
Bio information coming soon!
Mrs. Lori Davis - Assistant Principal
Bio information coming soon!
Beliefs & Pledge
James E. Holmes Middle School believes that all students will be successful.
James E. Holmes Middle School will prepare all students to be successful in high school and in their post-secondary lives as global citizens.
Directions from Greensboro, NC:
Take US 29 N to Exit 154, NC 14 (Eden Exit) in Reidsville. Turn left and follow NC 14 N approximately 11 miles. Turn right onto E. Moore Street. Go 1/4 mile to the school on the left.
Directions from Martinsville, VA:
Take US 220 S to a left onto US 87 S in Ridgeway, VA. Continue for approximately 5 miles. Bear left onto US 14 S and continue approximately 3 miles. Turn left onto E. Moore Street. Go 1/4 mile to the school on the left.
James E. Holmes Junior High School was created by the consolidation of Leaksville-Spray Junior High and Draper Junior High in the fall of 1967. At that time, Holmes served seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students. Students from Douglass Elementary School joined the Holmes family in 1968. In 1991, Holmes Junior High School made the transition to James E. Holmes Middle School. At that time, sixth graders moved from the area's four elementary schools to Holmes, and ninth graders moved to Morehead High School.
Our PTSO consists of parents, teachers, and students working together to support Holmes Middle School and its programs. The PTSO usually meets in the school media center on the first Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. of the month unless there is no school. Check us out on Facebook at Holmes Middle School PTSO.
The PTSO's biggest fundraiser is our candy bar sale. This year it will start on October 10 and finish up on October 26. The chocolate bars sell for $1.00 each and profit goes to helping our students at HMS.
We also sponsored the Halloween and Winter dances in 2017 and helped student council with the Valentine's dance in 2018.
In 2017, we were able to raise enough money for the new door system, to sponsor children from our "Mustang Tree" at Christmas, purchase turkeys at Christmas and Thanksgiving for families in our school, provide the teachers and staff with various lunch options each day of teacher appreciation week, and help our school in many other ways.
In 2018, we have helped with the beautification of the outside entry way, cleaning of the carpets in the media center and office areas and have free after school events planned for the students to enjoy in September.
We look forward to serving the needs of the school as whole and working with the families that make not only our school, but our community, a great place to be.
Email the PTSO at: email@example.com
Our Current Board Members:
Co-Presidents: Jenifer McLamb
Vice President: Tilda Barnes
Treasurer: Denise Balser
Secretary: Jessica Witt
There is no fee for PTSO. All parents are encouraged to be apart of the activities and we look forward to a fantastic school year!
School Improvement Plan
To view the HMS School Improvement Plan, please visit: https://www.indistar.org/
Feedback and recommendations to HMS regarding our School Improvement Plan can be provided by completing the following form: HMS SIP Feedback Form
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