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5th Grade to 6th Grade Alpha Application for 2020-2021 School Year

Current 6th Grade Alpha Application for 2020-2021 School Year

Current 7th Grade Application for 2020-2021 School Year


MCMS Parent/Guardian Information for Locker Cleanout FY 2020 


5th Grade to 6th Grade Transition Video  


MCMS 2020-2021 Supply List


Rising STAR

The Forsyth-Monroe County Chamber of Commerce Rising Star announcement will run in the Wednesday, May 20th edition of the Monroe County Reporter as well as on their website and via social media.


Mcms' 2019-2020 Virtual honors ceremony


The following was emailed by MPHS to 8th Grade Parents/Guardians/Students regarding 9th Grade Registration Forms:

Good morning Class of 2024! 
     Due to the change in our school schedule this week, students will not be able to return registration forms by our original deadline.  Even though school is not in session, MPHS Admin and Counselors are working from home throughout the week and would love your help!  
    We have already received many registration forms from MCMS that were turned in prior to today.  If you have not already turned in your form, and if possible, you may take a picture of the front of your registration form and reply to this email with the attachment.  These can be sent to or  If you have a blue Advanced Course Acknowledgement form, please send that picture along with your registration form.  Blue forms were only required if you are taking any honors or AP course next year.  
      Please try to hold onto your paper registration form to turn in once we return to a normal schedule.  

Welcome to Monroe County Middle School (MCMS) located in Forsyth,GA. MCMS strives "to be recognized as a world leading middle school by being 'committed to excellence' for ALL students." Our mission is "to establish a strong foundation by challenging our students to achieve their maximum potential as productive citizens in society." MCMS students exhibit our motto of "learning to live, living to learn."

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Alternative Learning Days
Alternative Learning Days

Monroe County Schools Board of Education, administration, and staff believe continuity of instruction in the event of the loss of an instructional day, due to weather or other circumstances, is a critical component to our students’ success. Therefore, our schools will provide the opportunity for students to continue to engage in learning on days when school is called off. Students will engage in Alternative Learning Days through reading traditional books, traditional “at home” paper-based assignments, and through use of personal devices, Google Classroom, email, and other electronic and digital media to ensure uninterrupted instruction. Please visit the links under the PARENT INFO tab at the top of the home page for more information.

Sun Mar 15 04:42 PM

School Climate Survey
School Climate Survey

This survey is used to determine CCRPI climate standings, so participation and responses are critical for the time frame allotted. These survey close on March 2, 2020. Click the link to access the survey

Tue Jan 07 10:10 AM