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  • Heath Saturday School

    Heath is offering Saturday School. It will be in person at Heath from 9:00-11:00AM every Saturday. If you would like to sign up or sign your student up, contact Ms. Markley at (970)348-3414 or smarkley1@greeleyschools.org

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  • 2021-2022 Sports Registration

    Heath Middle School Sports registration 2021-2022. For existing users, click on “2021-2022 Sports Registration” and login to your account. For new users click on “2021-2022 Sports Registration” and create an account to successfully enroll your student in sports.

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  • BEYOND THE BELL Quarter 4

    Attention families: Beyond the Bell will return with new programming on Tuesday, March 29th and run through May 12th. Please be sure to pick students up at 5:30. We can't wait to see our students for after-school fun and learning. Click the "Beyond the Bell Quarter 4" Header for quarter 4 BTB schedule.

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  • 2021-2022 Bell Schedule

    Click on the Provided Header for Bell Schedule

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  • Please Read: Important Immunization Information

    Immunization information from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.

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  • TROUBLESHOOT TECH PROBLEMS- LEARN HOW

    Help with mic issues, video issues, trouble connecting to Zoom, Chromebook overheating, slow internet, and how to properly shutdown your Chromebook.

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  • COURSE DESCRIPTION HANDBOOK

    Learn more about the 6th-8th grade courses offered here.

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  • Grading Information- Please Read

    We want to emphasize that learning in a remote environment is still school. Attendance is taken and grades will be given for all classes. As with typical classes, teachers are still assigning coursework, and the expectation is that all students complete that work. Students will be graded on assignments and will receive feedback from teachers. If students don't show up for classes, don't engage with their teachers and don't complete work, it could impact their grade. Students should view remote learning as they would in-school learning.

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