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Welcome to the PCMS Foundation Website! 

This site is sponsored by the Peachtree Charter Middle School Foundation and maintained by volunteers.  If you are looking for the PCMS DeKalb County website, click here



Finals are Tuesday May 21, Wednesday May 22 and Thursday May 23. 

Click here to download a Word document of the final exam schedule. Good luck to all PCMS students!

New to PCMS for the 2019-2020 School Year?

Feel free to create a log in so you will receive the PCMS weekly newsletter.  Please note that our records roll over on June 20, which means your student will be promoted to the next grade in our system.  Until that time, enter the grade of your student for the 2018-2019 school year.

 Summer Reading Assignments

Click here for information on the Summer Reading Assignments.

PCMS Yearbooks

Yearbooks have arrived at Peachtree and all books have been distributed at this point. If you have a student that has purchased a yearbook but has not received a yearbook, please email Mr. David Herman


We also have extra yearbooks for sale. If you have not purchased a yearbook but would still like to buy one, please visit to order. Once you are on the site, enter Peachtree Charter Middle School and select yearbook. Once you have purchased the yearbook, please print a copy of the receipt and have your child give it to Mr. Herman in Room 730. The cost of the book is $55.00.


If you do not want to order online, Mr. Herman will be selling books each morning from 8:15-8:40 inside the school in front of the gym.  Please bring cash as a check will not be accepted.   Books will be sold until none are left.  


If you have any questions, please email Mr. Herman.

PCMS Charity Art Auction

Thursday, May 16, 2019

5:00 - 7:00 pm

All proceeds go to Hosea Feed the Hungry.

Come place a bid on some art and you may win!

Band Concert starts at 7:00 pm

8th Grade Exit Dance

This year’s 8th-grade dance will take place on Friday, May 17th  from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM in the PCMS cafeteria. The theme is “A Night Under the Stars.” This is a great opportunity for students to create lasting memories before they leave PCMS for high school. Tickets are $10 and will be sold Monday, May 13th through Friday, May 17th during 8th-grade lunch.  The tickets include food, drinks, snacks, and a keepsake keychain.
Dress code: Dress to Impress! While students do not have to wear formal dress, we prefer students do not wear jeans. Girls may wear dresses, and boys may wear nice pants and a shirt. Please do not hesitate to email Ms. Crowder if you have any questions regarding the dance.
If you are interested in being a parent chaperone, please email Ms. Crowder at

PCMS Title I Stakeholder’s Input Meeting Notice


When:     Tuesday – May 21, 2019

Where:    Media Center – 10am or

                 Cafeteria – 6pm

Who:        All parents are invited to attend


Come, see, and hear the wonderful things that are happening in our school and learn more about our Title I Program. 


Your input as a parent and stakeholder at this meeting is very valuable!


In this meeting we will discuss the following:

  • Overview and purpose of Title I
  • What it means to be a Title I school
  • What is parent and family engagement
  • Input into our schoolwide goals, funding priorities, and 1% set-aside for parent and family engagement activities
  • Assist us in revising our School-Family Compact and School Parent and Family Engagement Policy
  • Develop topics for Building Capacity for School Staff and Parents


Please join us! Contact Laurie G. Smith at for more information on this important meeting.

PCMS Foundation News

The following individuals have been elected to serve on the 2019-2020 PCMS Foundation Governing Board:


Co-Chairs - Emily Ceo and Erika Harris 

Secretary - Megan Cann 

Director of Academics and Curriculum - Allegra Johnson

Director of Facilities and Hospitality - Kim Urbach

Director of Finance - Kris Mamaghani

Director of Regulatory - Kim Thorpe

Treasurer - Laurie Munn

Community Representatives - Alison Woodrow and Andrew Ziffer

Teacher Representatives - Deirdre Heffernan, Amber James, and Leslie Robertson

Summer 2019 - Registration / Withdrawal Hours

June 3, 2019 – July 26, 2019


Monday – Thursday

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM


Office Closed

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM


No Registrations or Withdrawals during the week of July 1 – 5, 2019

Summer Bridge Information 

Parents of Rising 6th Grade PCMS Students:


The administrative team at Peachtree Charter Middle School would like to inform you that PCMS will be hosting a Summer Bridge program for our rising 6th grade students. This program will support the transition from elementary to middle school for all of our rising 6th grade students. The PCMS Summer Bridge program will take place at PCMS on Friday, July 26, 2019, which is a new date. The Summer Bridge program will allow your student to become acclimated to their new Middle School environment, and prepare them for a wonderful 2019 – 2020 6th grade year! 


Please know that the program will run from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM on July 26th. During the event, students will attend an orientation program as well as participate in a number of fun activities including a scavenger hunt.  


Doors will open at 7:45 AM and the program will start promptly at 8:00 AM. Upon arrival, students will meet in the PCMS cafeteria. Please know that the 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM program will be for students only. The administrative team will meet with all parents in the cafeteria at 11:30 AM for a brief meeting, prior to student pick-up, which will take place at 12:00 PM in the cafeteria.


Participation in the PCMS Summer Bridge program is optional, but highly recommended.  There is no cost for the program; however, you must pre-register your student in order for them to attend the Friday session.  To register, please go to Click on the Summer Bridge link. Complete the on-line form, no later than May 24, 2019.  Also, please visit the PCMS Foundation website (our parent group) to set up an account to receive the PCMS newsletter. 


Save Your Pop Tabs!


Save your pop tabs from your soda cans, and bring them to school. We have a large Coca-Cola container in the main lobby and will be collecting them going forward. The pop tabs will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House. This helps them raise money so families that come to the Atlanta area for a child who is sick and needing treatment has an affordable place to stay.


Please remember if students leave lunch at home or on the bus, they are allowed to get a lunch from the cafeteria and pay the following day. Parents may drop off a lunch from home but not from a restaurant. Any meal dropped off from a restaurant must be eaten in the main office. Students are not allowed to use his/her cell phone to order food. If deliveries ordered by students arrive at school, they are not accepted.

Thank you for your cooperation concerning this matter. 

Summer Camps 



News From the Clinic 

Medication Reminders:

  • All medication (prescription and over the counter) given at school must be accompanied by a Medication Authorization form signed by a physician.
  • If your child carries an inhaler, EpiPen or insulin, the school must have the necessary paperwork on file (medication authorization AND a carry form)

Forms are available from the link below, on the website or from the nurse. Click here for a link to medication form.

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