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AMI Days - Parent Letter
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New School Year
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Heber Springs Middle School Receives Awards
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Heber Springs School District has been made aware of an alarming social media challenge that is aimed towards children and young adults, called the ‘Momo Challenge.’ We urge all parents to become aware of this threat and monitor their children’s use of social media, apps, and the internet. The “Momo Challenge” begins with a chat that encourages the receiver to do small tasks and provide photo documentation once completed. It eventually escalates to violent acts including inflicting self-harm, which can be detrimental to impressionable and vulnerable viewers. Common apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, TikTok, Fortnite, and YOUTube Kids have all reported instances of the challenge.
Spinal screenings are Feb. 13 for 6th grade girls and all 8th graders. If you do not want your child screened we must have written documentation by 8:00 a.m. Feb. 13.
Progress Reports were sent home today with your student during 7th period (except for Cutshall's 7th period class-they will go home tomorrow.) Please call the office tomorrow if your child doesn't bring one home.
Letters will go home today regarding spinal screening for all 8th graders and 6th grade girls. If you do not want your child screened, we must have a letter or an email in the office before Feb. 13. Phone calls will not exempt students from this mandatory screening.
Report Cards are being sent home with students today. If your student doesn't bring one home, please call the office tomorrow at 362-2488.