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    Hull's 1st Pumpkin Carving and Decorating Contest
    Let's Celebrate Fall SAFELY! 
    Paint, Carve, or Dress Up a real or nearly-real PUMPKIN
    Staff and Students
    In person or distance
    all are welcome 
    Bring your Pumpkin to school Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday Oct 26-28 and we will display them so everyone can enjoy them!
    We will award fun prizes and let you take your pumpkin home Friday in time to decorate your house!
    *You can place your pumpkin by Hull's reception main entrance (outside but under the covered area, between the pointed trees) after school hours, if you do not  want to take it on the bus or if you are digital. If you chose this option, make sure you leave a note in/on your pumpkin with your name and grade level. This option is at-your-own-risk, but based on experience, we believe your pumpkin will be safe. We will return them the same way on Friday. 
    Or, you can bring it to Dr. Burgamy in the bus lobby between 8:45-9:15 on those mornings, Oct 26-28.
    Students, if you are Carving a pumpkin, please make sure you have your parents' permission and supervision. This is a great CDC approved family activity!
    Contact Dr. Aimee Burgamy, HMS Yearbook Sponsor, if you have additional questions
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  • Virtual Sub Job Fairs

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  • Last week, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) granted additional waiver extensions that allow school districts to offer meals at no charge through December 31 through the Seamless Summer Option (SSO). This extension, paired with guidance received from the Georgia Department of Education, will allow Gwinnett County Public Schools to offer meals at no charge at all school sites to all students, effective September 8. These meals are provided at no cost to the individual through the federal School Nutrition Program.

    Students Attending School In-Person
    Those attending school in-person will receive meals free-of-charge during their school’s scheduled meal times.

    Curbside Pick-up for Digital Learners
    Digital learners may pick up meals through the curbside pick-up programs at each school, Monday through Thursday, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Effective September 18the curbside pick-up program will be scheduled Monday through Friday, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Each day’s pick-up includes both breakfast and lunch with Thursday’s pick-up including meals for Friday. Families should check with their local school for specific curbside pick-up times and the location of the pick-up program. Individuals will not be allowed to enter the school to pick up or eat meals. (A list of the 132 schools offering curbside pick-up follows.)

    Curbside Pick-up for Others 18 Years of Age or Younger:
    In addition, as part of the Seamless Summer Option, curbside pick-up meals will be available at no charge to anyone 18 years of age or younger, even to children who are not a GCPS student. Please check with your local school for curbside pick-up times and the location of the pick-up program. Individuals will not be allowed to enter the school to pick up or eat meals.

         Gwinnett County Public Schools encourages families who are eligible for the Free & Reduced Meal Program to complete the annual application to ensure meal benefits continue when this waiver expires. The application is available on the GCPS website or at

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  • Student Council is a service-oriented club where students grow as leaders by participating in school & community service projects and are the "voice" of the student body.  The application to join StuCo will be available on the school website until 9/25.


    Student Council Application

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  • Georgia Student Health Survey

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  • Rising 9th Grade Information

    Important information for current 8th grade students. Please be sure to check back regularly to get the latest updates!

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  • Inclement Weather

    GCPS schools and facilities may close in the event of hazardous weather or other emergencies which present threats to the safety of students, staff, or school property. The superintendent makes the decision about school closing based on a cross-divisional and cross-agency effort.

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  • Clinic News

    News from the Clinic: The clinic is always in need of cough drops, feminine products and monetary donations. You may donate monetarily through MyPaymentsPlus. Thank you to those that have made contributions!

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  • Cafeteria

    Nutrition News and Meal Charge Policy: Parents may go to mypaymentsplus to add money to your students accounts. Meal charges will be limited to $12.00. No charging allowed after April, 2019

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  • Technology

    Hull Mobile Device Policy and Tech Tips. Parents, we need your help. Hull's supply list included headphones or earbuds for use at school. Please be sure your child brings his or her earbuds to school daily.

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