Getting Ready for 2019-2020 

For information from the school’s website, please visit: https://www.ltisdschools.org/domain/1092.

Ordering DEADLINES:

  • March 1 through July 17thOrder School Supplies (sproutsupplies.com/supplykits, enter HBMS001)
  • Order PE Uniforms
    • Dance uniforms will be purchased in class during the first weeks of school
    • PE uniforms must be pre-ordered and will be handed out the first week of school. All incoming 6th graders who are taking PE next year will need to order PE Uniforms at https://hbmspe19.itemorder.com/sale. More information can be found at https://www.smore.com/9cp1n. Please note the deadline to order is June 21st.
    • All 7th & 8th grade Athletics students will need to order Athletics uniforms. More information can be found at https://www.smore.com/9cp1n. Please note the deadline to order is June 21st.

Ordering Physical Education Uniforms:

HBMS PE 19

Important Events & Dates:

  • August 5 – Buc Games – 6th Grade Orientation – 8:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. (times may vary)
    • Parents are invited to stay for the first hour for a parent orientation.
    • Students will play games to get to know the school, eat pizza, and have fun!
  • August 9 – Buc Bash – 6th, 7th & 8th grade Round-Up – Time slots will be assigned to each grade level. More information this summer.
    • Get your class list, buy a yearbook, sign up for select student groups.
    • Pick up pre-ordered school supplies.
    • Make your one-time-only donation to your HBMS PTO to help fund fun activities and classroom supplies and get your Buck$-4-Bucs Card.
    • Buy a school shirt from various student groups.
    • See your friends and DECORATE YOUR LOCKER.
  • August 14 – First Day of School
  • TBD (typically late August or early September) – Curriculum Night, 6:30 (time is tentative). Parents get to know the teachers, classes, and school.
  • September 5 – First PTO Meeting (date tentative) 

Get Involved:

Required Summer Reading: (View at: https://www.ltisdschools.org/domain/1092)

  • ALL Rising 6th & 7th graders have required summer reading.
  • PreAP students may have additional reading assignments, too.

Mom to Mom:
One of the biggest sources of anxiety the first week of school for a new sixth grader is not being able to open the locker! Taking time this summer to learn how to unlock a combination lock can go a long way in easing that back-to-school stressor.

Go HBMS Buccaneers!!


Rising 6th Graders Spanish