East Fairmont Middle School






What's going on in the Hive?

A round of applause for our Hornet Heroes:


5th Grade: Donovan Childs

6th Grade:  Jackson Crouso

7th Grade: Jackson Fancher

8th Grade: Lainey Barnes

Teacher Hornet Heroes: Mr. John Michael, Ms. Moran, Mrs. Haymond, and Student Teacher Ms. Simpson












Stay Connected


Check us out on Twitter

@EFMShornetSTING

and Facebook

East Fairmont Middle School PTO


Important Dates:


Friday, March 30th, Monday, April 2nd: No School, Spring Break


Tuesday, April 10th: PTO Meeting 6:00


Friday, April 13th: School Dance 7:00-9:00


Monday, April 16th: 3 Hour Early Release, End of 3rd 9 Weeks



***Snow Day Make Ups: April 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th, June 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th





Marion County Student Art Show

Old Armory (Right beside Board of Education)


April 21st: 10:00am-2:00pm

April 23rd-26th: 8:30am-4:00pm


Come out and see EFMS Student Art Work!!!





Arrival and Departure Procedures


Students arrival and departure will be determined by their bus schedule, however students who are privately transported should not arrive prior to 6:45, but before 7:15am. When dropping off, parents will enter the parking lot via Alta Vista Avenue and fall into line. Please pull past the gym doors before stopping to allow your child to exit the vehicle. We prohibit dropping off in any other area as it compromises safety and does not promote good relationships with our neighbors. If you do not have time to wait in the drop off line, allow your student to ride a bus to school. Students that are picked up or walk home will be released from the side doors facing Alta Vista Avenue. When picking up your child you will not enter the parking lot but will park along Alta Vista Avenue. For the safety of the children walking, please refrain from parking along Mason Street and the adjacent streets during these times. Upon arrival, students should report to the gym or the cafeteria (breakfast). Students are not to report to their lockers until they are dismissed to first period. Students arriving after 7:20 a.m. need to receive a tardy slip from the office before reporting to class. Students riding first bell buses in the evenings will be dismissed at 2:14. Students must ride the bus they are assigned. Walkers and students being picked up will be dismissed at 2:17. Students should not be signed out in the office early unless there is an emergency or medical appointment. Students riding later buses will report to the bus room.





Javascript must be enabled to view the calendar.

 Pennies for Paws 


A special thanks to Mrs. Skarzinski for raising over $2,000 for the Marion County Humane Society.  Our furry friends thank you for your dedication to this cause.

Spelling Bee


Congratulations to Jenna Casto who placed 2nd and Leyton Albertson who placed 3rd in the Marion County Spelling Bee.  Good luck at Regionals!!!

Pie the Teacher for United Way


Students donated money for a chance to pie their favorite teacher in the face.  $540.00 was raised and donated to our local United Way.  Way to go Hornets and thank you teachers for being such good sports.  Teachers/Faculty Members who collected the most money were: Mr. Tranter, Ms. Golson, Mr. Costello, Mr. Brown, Mrs. Hullderman, Ms. Hayhurst, Ms. Kettler, Mrs. Brown, Officer Merrifield, Ms. Cindy, Ms. Lori, and Ms. Onderko.

Band and Choir Christmas Concert

Congratulations to our Math Field Day Participants

5th Grade: Tarynn Cecil, Adriana Bond, Aiden Sollars, Donovan Childs, Nate Stuck, Shane Stewart                 

Alternates: Brayden Christopher, Hailey Ashby


6th Grade: Grace Merritt, Jackson Crouso, Breyden Whorton, Dakota Dammeyer, Tucker Priest, Isaac Rosenberger     

Alternates: Jude Conaway, Jacob Wisman


7th Grade: Carter Brown, Eleanor Capuder, Natalie Kerekes, Reese Carpenter, Piper Root, Sydni Taylor

Alternates: Zoey Boyles, Ava Kuhn


8th Grade: Mackenzie Bennett, Bria Cantwell, Courtney Eddy, Garrett Haymond, Josh Moore, Atticus Reese

Alternates: Lainey Barnes, Sebastian Heston, Brayden Swecker

Officer Neal talks to East Fairmont Middle School students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol during Red Ribbon Week

EFMS students enjoy a performance from the Isaac Joseph Band to bring awareness to bullying

East Fairmont Middle School students and teachers show their support for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month