Celebrating 25 years of service
Eaton Middle School would like to thank Barbara Keener and Santa Williams for 25 years of service. Congratulations to both of you!
Eaton Teacher of the Year 2020-2021
Eaton Support Staff
of the year
Ms. Speight is here and accessible, ready and willing to help each and every day to make sure Eaton SOARs above the rest!
Make sure to congratulate Ms. Speight!
6th Grade return to school
Thomas Eaton Middle School provides students and their families a comprehensive educational experience. We have high expectations of our students while providing an orderly and safe environment. Eaton students and parents sign a collaborative contract with the school, agreeing to complete assignments and exhibit positive behaviors. Eaton excels in the arts, extracurricular activities, community partnerships, service learning, and environmental experiences. Transportation is not provided for students.
2019 - 2020
Teacher of the year!
National Celebration of
Youth Art Month Show
Congratulations to Hanna & Jaylen!
PTSA Reflections Award Ceremony
Category & Winners:
Literature - Mashari Holloway, Nehemiah Perez, Isreal Hopson
Music Composition - Johnathan Bjonnes
Photography - Maryah Spruill, Kiegan Rollins
Visual Arts - Haga Hassan, Hanna McFarland, Aiden Gick
Special Artist - Adah Daniels, Zachary Brantley
Congratulations to All District Band
Watch the full interview with EMS new AP Jerrelle Griffin
Thomas Eaton Fundamental Middle School Assistant Principal
Jerrelle Griffin will join Eaton Middle School this coming school year as an assistant principal, replacing Leon Edwards.
She has served as an assistant principal at Syms Middle School for the past two years. Prior to Syms Middle, she was an assistant principal at Jones Magnet Middle School and a learning facilitator at the Performance Learning Center. Before joining Hampton City Schools, Griffin taught biology and earth science for Newport News Public Schools.
She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular Biology from Hampton University and her master’s in educational leadership from Regent University.
National Junior Honor Society
Sock it to Homelessness Campaign!
Our National Junior Honor Society is currently collecting new socks and gloves for the homeless. Please bring your donations to room 216 to help keep our homeless in Hampton warm this winter.
Eagle News Morning Show
Ashley Smith from 13NewsNow visited the broadcast journalism club on February 21, 2019. Ashley Smith spoke with students about her career as a news anchor and the importance of finding an internship in the field you wish to have a career in.
Honor Band and Chorus
Congratulations to Alexandria Northrop and Da'Rel Brooks for being featured soloists. Alexandria and Da’Rel were selected as the Outstanding Female and Male musician of the Honor Band Event!!!
Congratulations to Darius Elliott and Maria Kavota for being selected as Outstanding Female and Male musician of the Honor Chorus Event!!!
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