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Oak Grove Middle School

Oak Grove Middle School serves 1,400 students in grades 6-8, offering a variety of educational and extracurricular opportunities for students.  OGMS has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School and has a number of national board certified teachers/counselors and student leaders. 

Our theme for the school year is “As1LCSD...OGMS Together,” an endeavor that will drive all efforts of our faculty, staff, and students.  We are currently rated a level "B" by the Mississippi Department of Education's accountability system.

We offer a variety of activities that allow students to become active members on campus, including football, basketball, baseball, soccer, archery, track, volleyball, softball, Student Council, Beta Club, Math Counts, Band, Choir, Spotlight Show Choir, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Civitan, First Priority, Technology Student Association, Chess Club, Theater, cheerleading, and dance. 

Parents, we need you. Please consider becoming actively involved on campus through volunteering and joining our PTO.

 OGMS students are WARRIORS. Warriors Are Responsible, Respectful, Individuals on the Road to Success.


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Visitors are welcomed. ALL VISITORS must check in AND enter through the A Building Office (Old Hwy 24 Entrance) to receive a mandatory VISITOR'S PASS. The safety of our students and learning environment is our Top Priority!

Early Arrival

Students who arrive early on campus can not do so until after 7:30 am.

*Early arriving CAR RIDERS  must report directly to the Multi-Purpose Building.

*Early arriving BUS RIDERS report to THE GYM

Checkout Procedure

Student must present parent note to school office by 8:30 am to be verified (phone number required on note).

Parent or guardian must physically come in and pick up student. No phone calls will be accepted.

Anyone checking out a student MUST be on the checkout list. Photo id is required to check student out.

NO LUNCH CHECKOUTS unless a doctor's note is presented upon return.

Checkouts during the last 30 minutes of the school day are for medical emergencies or doctor's appointments only.

Students are allowed three (3) non-medical checkouts per semester. Students who exceed three (3) checkouts may receive disciplinary action.

Make EVERY DAY Count

All MS public school students are required to be present 63% of the school day to be counted present for that day. The 63% does not include lunch, breaks, etc. 

At OGMS, our school day begins at 8:25; therefore students must be present until 2:05 pm each day to meet the 63% requirement.

  • Thank you to 7th Grade ELA teacher, Mrs. Toby Flowers (and her son, Wyatt) who came to campus today to plant Wintergreen Boxwoods in front of C Building!
  • Our cheerleaders are having a great time at camp!
  • Our administrators have set up for registration and are ready for next week!
  • Welcome aboard to our new sixth grade counselor, Holly Reeves!
  • Our former lead teacher, Mrs. Jennifer Clark, is now our sixth grade assistant principal! #differencemakerLCSD
  • Welcome aboard to our new lead teacher, Mrs. Sara Stygles. #differencemakerLCSD
  • Our PTO Advisory Board met with Dr. Gray today to plan an exciting year! #differencemakerLCSD
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  • 2019-2020 Supply List!
  • Sixth grade planning session!
21st Century Community Learning Centers STEAM Grant
Notice of Intent to Apply

In accordance with the instructions set forth by the Mississippi Department of Education Office of Federal Programs, this letter is to serve as formal notice of Lamar County School District’s intent to apply for the Mississippi Department of Education, 21st Century Community Learning Centers STEAM grant program. The purpose of this proposal is to provide STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) opportunities for students during non-school hours or periods when school is not in session, such as before and after school or during summer recess. Through the grant program Lamar County School District will offer hands on STEAM activities before school, after school, and during the summer for at risk middle school students (grades 6-8).

The focus of the program is to support student academic achievement, foster positive family interaction, and engage student interests. Students will experience project-based learning opportunities aligned with Mississippi College and Career Readiness Standards in a school based library Makerspace. In addition the grant will encourage family engagement through opportunities to learn from and interact with the larger South Mississippi Maker Community.

Lamar County School District will enter the 2019 21st CCLC STEAM grant competition with intent to provide services to Baxterville Attendance Center, Lumberton Middle School, Oak Grove Middle School, Purvis Middle School, and Sumrall Middle School.

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