Hadley Middle School
THE HADLEY STAFF, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PARENTS, CHALLENGE AND INSPIRE STUDENTS TO WORK AT THE PEAK OF THEIR ABILITIES, WHILE SUPPORTING THEIR DIVERSE ACADEMIC, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL NEEDS. OUR RIGOROUS, TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED CURRICULUM, FOSTERED BY A SCHOOL-WIDE ATMOSPHERE OF CARING AND MUTUAL RESPECT, CREATES FUTURE-READY STUDENTS WHO ARE COMPASSIONATE, LIFELONG LEARNERS AND GLOBAL CITIZENS.
Message from the Principal
Welcome to Hadley Middle School! We work diligently to create and maintain a family-like atmosphere where we celebrate diversity, achievement, and acts of kindness. In order to maintain a student-centered learning environment, our staff views each student as an individual and we work in partnership with parents to meet their diverse needs. Our dynamic teachers are always seeking out new ways to motivate, inspire, and engage our students to achieve at the peak of their abilities. We continue to enhance our core curriculum as well as our elective courses. Currently Hadley students have a multitude of opportunities both during and after school. During the school day students can elect to participate in an array of electives including but not limited to STEAM, Chorus, Band, Spanish, Art, Debate, Creative Writing and much more. After school we offer several sports, Video Club, Scholastic Bowl, Drama, Speech Squad, technology clubs, and 21st Century Library -- just to name a few. As you can see, we work hard to create Future-Ready scholars who are compassionate, lifelong learners, global citizens and future leaders. Communication between home and school is very important to us. If at any time you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me or any of our staff.
Kristen SchroederPrincipal, Hadley Middle School
Registration now underway for Camp Invention, a summer science camp for Homer 33C students entering grades K-6. See flyer below for more information.
Captures 1st at State Tournament
Students can practice coding skills, explore chain reactions in school libraries
Be prepared to present documents establishing residency
April 3, 2018
Erin Shannon, Assistant Principal
Jason Skube, Dean of Students
Special Education Extended School Year (ESY)
If you have received a letter from your child's teacher, please fill out the form either accepting or declining the invitation for ESY.
Your ESY Form must be completed and submitted no later than March 30, 2018 to help organize class scheduling and transportation.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our office at 708-226-7649.
2017-2018 End of School Year Changes
2017-2018 Activity Bus Letter & Consent Form
2017-2018 District Calendar
2018-2019 District Calendar
Connect Ed Login
Hadley Explorers Calendar
Homer 33C Band
PARCC Information - 5th Grade
PARCC Information - 6th Grade
Parent Student Handbook
School Report Cards