Welcome to McClure!
Accepting Applications for the 2017 Susan Wing Scholarship
The McClure Middle School PTSA
is now accepting applications for the 2017 Susan Wing
Scholarship. This $1000 prize is awarded to one high
school senior who is a former McClure student. The
deadline for the application is Friday, March 24, 2017.
Submissions can be mailed or dropped off to our front office.
Mavericks Advance to State Competition
to McClure Middle School STEM/Technology teacher Mr. Alex Swan
and his Robotics team, The Modular Mavericks! After advancing to
Regionals in the Lego League Robotics Competition and bringing
home a trophy for the Core Values Award, they have done it
again! This past Saturday, the team brought home another trophy
for the Robot Design Award and received the awesome news today
that they will be advancing to the state competition on February
the 4th! Mr. Swan had this to say about this talented
group: "I am really proud of our team. They have really worked
hard and have exceeded expectations." If you see any of
the Robotics Team members around, please give them a shout out.
They are really excited about their accomplishment! Good luck
next Saturday, Modular Mavericks!
McClure Ranked 5th among Cobb County Middle Schools!
to McClure students, staff and parents on our latest CCRPI
Georgia Department of Education
released scores for the 2016 College and Career Ready
Performance Index (CCRPI). The CCRPI measurement is the rating
system used to measure the academic achievement and progress of
individual schools and their school systems.
This year McClure scored a 90.7%
for the 2015/2016 school year.
This score represents an
increase from the previous year of 87.4%. McClure
currently ranks 5th out of 25 Cobb County middle schools which
is up from last year’s 6th place ranking. You can learn more
about CCRPI and see our scores at the
These results are due to the hard work of our teachers and
students each and every day. Thank you for your support of
our school as we could not do this work without our parents,
families and community.
is a free smartphone app developed by a Georgia public
school graduate. It is available on the
Apple App Store or
Google Play right now (search: foodfinderga).
The app creates a 100% anonymous, direct connection between
students who need food with their closest free food provider.
Both the FoodFinderGA app and the website -www.foodfinderga.org
- are year-round resources, but data shows a dramatic increase
in use when school is out of session, and the need for food is
The McClure tutoring program will begin on Monday, October 10th.
We offering the following sessions for interested students:
McClure Foundation by purchasing a Happy Birthday message for
your student on our school marquee! Announcements are $20.00 and
run for one full school day on a first come, first served basis.
For more information or to order a message, click here:
Don't Let Bullying Go Unnoticed
Each of us has a responsibility to
prevent bullying behavior. If you are aware of a bullying
situation please report it to an adult in the building. If
you would rather, you can complete the
Incident Report form and return it to school. The form is
available in the academic wings as well. You can make a
difference by reporting bullying. You
can also click on the link to the left to learn about more
school district resources. Please help us make McClure a
bully free zone.
New to McClure?
Whether you are a rising sixth grader or a newly registered seventh or eighth grader you may find the
PowerPoint from our rising sixth grade parent night helpful!
Reading & Math Inventories
This year the
Cobb County School District will utilize the
& Career edition and the
& Career edition. The
& Career edition is a classroom-based assessment designed to
evaluate students’ reading ability, monitor student reading
progress, set goals for reading growth, and match students to
books at their reading level. The
& Career edition is a classroom-based assessment that measures
mathematics achievement and growth from Kindergarten through
Algebra II. The SMI is designed to evaluate students’
mathematics performance, monitor their progress, and set goals
for instruction. McClure Middle School will be administering the
SRI and SMI during the months of August, December and April.
These assessments are strictly diagnostic and will not count for
a grade in any class.
ParentVue & StudentVue
you do not currently have an account you may fill out the
necessary release forms and pick up your access key from the
front office after August 8, 2016. If you are unable to log in (and
have an existing account), please email
Mr. Gandolfo for assistance.
Effective July 1, 2014,
all children born on or after January 1, 2002 who are entering
7th grade or are new entrants to Georgia schools in grades 8-12
will be required to have Tdap (Tetanus, Diptheria, and
Pertussis) and meningococcal conjugate vacines before entering
school for the 2014-2015 school year. Visit Cobb & Douglas
Public Health or your private physician to get these vaccines
Cobb/Douglas Public Health at 770/514-2349 for more
McClure Middle School Foundation
The McClure Middle School Foundation's mission is to help
support the instructional program of our school. You can visit
to learn more about upcoming programs.
A Public Safety Reminder about
Fire Lanes at McClure
Per the Fire Marshall's Office, no one is allowed to park in a
Fire Lane, whether there is a driver in the vehicle or not,
at any time other than the following:
30 minutes prior to the end of the school day and 30 minutes
after the end of the school day (this does not include the
After School Program nor any other activity at the school)
- passengers actively loading or unloading during the
day (this would cover students unloading in the morning at
the beginning of the school day)
We need to
reemphasize that the only time a vehicle would be allowed in a
Fire Lane would be to actively drop-off and/or pick-up a
student when there is no waiting. Other times, such as
after school activities would not be included. If you
are in violation of the ordinance, you run the risk of being
Should you have questions or concerns, please contact the
Department of Public Safety (678) 594-8620.
BYOD Has Arrived at McClure!
If you need information about our BYOD network, please visit the BYOD Resource page.
Is Your Child a Car Rider?
Please view this video on car rider pick up procedure.
This informative video provides assistance for you to pick up your student in the safest possible manner.
We want all of our students to depart from McClure with as little delay and risk as possible. (The movie will take a while to load.)
Back to School Dress Code Information
Please take a few minutes to review the McClure dress code.
Additional information can be found in the student handbook.
The purpose of the Performing Arts program is to provide opportunities for our students to experience uniquely rewarding
performing arts that might otherwise be unavailable to them. We try to spark curiosity, broaden awareness of the arts,
stimulate minds and emotions. The program is entirely dependent on your donations. For more information, please
visit the Performing Arts program's website.
Need to ride a different bus home?
If your student will be riding home with another student there are some important
guidelines that must be followed. All bus changes must be approved through the attendance office before a
student will be allowed on a different bus. More Details.
World Language Students Click Here
Creating paths to success!
Our Mission: To challenge & support students to be the best they can be
McClure Calendar of Events
Teacher of the Year
Mr. Ryan Limpert
6th Grade Science Teacher
Congratulations to Mr. Ryan Limpert our 2016 TOTY. Professor Limpertstein can be found
rapping about earth science or helping an avid group of future meteorologists learn
the difference between cumulous or cirrus clouds on a daily basis in the 6th grade.
One thing is for sure, he is always working hard to make sure that his students are
prepared for the challenges that lie ahead!
Congratulations Ryan on being a model for all of our teachers!
of the Year
Ms. Donna Denis
One of the first people you will meet if you come into the McClure front office is our
wonderful bookkeeper, Donna Denis. She makes sure that all of our finances are in
order and that all of the things that make McClure run are ordered and available.
We certainly couldn't do it without you Donna!
E-mail Congratulations to Ms. Denis
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|McClure Middle School is proud partners with the Kennesaw Business Association.
Eighth Grade Dance Memories!
Click on the dancers above to
see photos taken the night of the eighth
Olympic Sign Up Form
Click on the rings above.
Milestones Testing Experience
TKES Student Surveys
Georgia Online Assessment System