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REGULAR DAY SCHEDULE

First Bell      8:15

1st Period    8:20 to 9:10

2nd Period    9:14 to 10:02

Break         10:02 to 10:12

3rd Period    10:12 to 11:00

4th Period    11:04 to 11:52

First Lunch  11:52 to 12:32   5th Period    11:56 to 12:44

Second Lunch 12:44 to 1:24  5th Period 12:36 to 1:22

6th Period    1:26 to 2:14

7th Period    2:18 to 3:05

 

 

EARLY RELEASE SCHEDULE

(1:45 release)                      

First Bell        8:15

1st Period       8:20 to 8:58

2nd Period      9:02 to 9:38

Break            9:38 to 9:49

3rd Period      9:49 to 10:25

4th Period       10:29 to 11:05

First Lunch     11:05 to 11:45  5th Period 11:09 to 11:45

Second Lunch  11:45 to 12:25  5th Period 11:49 to 12:25

6th Period       12:29 to 1:05

7th Period       1:09 to 1:45

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Graduation Requirements

All middle school students are expected to earn a diploma from Hilmar Middle School and to participate in graduation ceremonies at the completion of their eighth grade year.  It is important that parents and students understand Hilmar Middle School’s graduation requirements.  Students earn a diploma and receive the privilege to participate in the 8th grade graduation ceremony by meeting the academic, attendance, and behavior requirements outlined below:

  1. A student must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 (“C” average) during their 6th, 7th, and 8th grade years.
  2. A student must not exceed a total of 30 absences, whether excused or unexcused, during their 6th, 7th, and 8th grade years combined to participate in graduation ceremonies.
  3. A student may not be suspended to home more than three times during their 8th grade year to participate in graduation ceremonies.
  4. A student may not accumulate more than 15 hours of detention during their 8th grade year to participate in graduation ceremonies.
  5. A student must have demonstrated a willingness to behave appropriately in order to participate in graduation ceremonies.

Graduation means that students have demonstrated that they are ready for high school and should, with the proper effort, be able to earn a high school diploma.

     Students who transfer to Hilmar Middle School shall, upon enrollment, be subject to these graduation requirements.  Grades from schools attended during the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade years will be considered for promotion/graduation requirements.  Students enrolled for less than 20 days will have their records evaluated on an individual basis.

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