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Required Immunizations for 7th Grade
The following information is for current 6th graders at E. B. Stanley Middle School:
Record of the following immunizations must be received before August 2023 for your student to be enrolled in 7th grade.  Your student's schedule will not be released until we have received a record of these required immunizations.  
We recommend completing the immunizations before the end of this school year if possible.  
These immunizations are:
MCV4 (Meningococcal)
Tdap Booster
HPV (recommended not required)

These immunizations are available at the following locations.
Washington County Health Department (276) 676-5604
Local Pharmacies (CVS, Target, and Walgreens)
Pediatricians and some Primary Care Physicians
Please contact Nurse Robin Smith if you have extenuating circumstances or any questions - 276-739-3308 or [email protected]   
High School Scheduling
The following information is for 8th graders at E. B. Stanley Middle School:
On Tuesday, March 21st, Abingdon High School Principal Dr. Lasley and Guidance Counselor Mrs. Gross will speak to current eighth graders concerning high school scheduling.  This meeting will be held in the EBSMS Theatre at 9:00 a.m.
On Tuesday night, Abingdon High School will host Freshmen Orientation.  This will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a meeting in the auditorium and will end at approximately 7:00 p.m.  This will be an opportunity for all students and parents to ask questions and learn more about high school offerings.
Also on Tuesday, March 21st, the Washington County Career and Technical Education Center will be having an Open House from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  This is open to all high school students and current 8th grade students who have any interest in attending the career center and want to see classrooms, shops, speak with teachers, etc.
High school scheduling will begin on Wednesday, March 22nd and continue through Friday, March 24th.  Students will be pulled from their math classes for high school scheduling.
For additional information, please contact the AHS Guidance Department at 739-3200.
This Week - March 6
This is the last week for current sixth grade exploratories.  Sixth graders should check their schedules for their upcoming exploratory classes.  If students have any questions, they should speak to a guidance counselor.  New sixth grade exploratory classes will start on March 20th.
On Thursday, clubs will meet at 2:00 p.m.   If a student does not have a club, he or she should come to the office to sign up.  The last club meeting of the year will be on April 4th.
Friday is the end of the current nine weeks grading period.  Report cards will be sent home on March 23rd.
Also on Friday, school will dismiss two hours early.
Friends 4 Life students are reminded to turn in their forms by Friday if they wish to participate in the Emory & Henry Study.
On the main page of our website, under Latest News, is information concerning summer programs.  
Washington County Schools is asking parents to respond to a survey concerning summer school.
Emory and Henry College is co-sponsoring a Theater Arts Camp this summer.  
Washington County Career and Technical Education Center is offering a CTE Summer Camp.
For more information, visit our website.
School will be closed next week for Spring Break; March 13th to March 17th.  Classes will resume on March 20th.
Abingdon High School will host an informational night for all current eighth grade students.  This will be on Tuesday, March 21st starting at 5:30 p.m.  The Washington County Career and Technical Center will also have an Open House that night following the meeting at AHS.  Eighth grade scheduling for high school classes will begin on Wednesday, March 22nd.


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