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Appomattox Middle School

Home of the RAIDERS!

 Don't Stop Until You're Proud!!​​​

Principal: Mrs. Julie Amos         Asst. Principal: Mr. Luke Cunningham

2020 Church Street

Appomattox, VA. 24522

Phone: (434) 352-8257 | Fax: (434) 352-5621




Spirit and Pride order forms are due today.

Students are to use their assigned locker only.  All students are given a locker assignment at the beginning of the year.  Students are not to use lockers that do not have a lock on them or another student’s locker.  If you’ve forgotten your locker combination, please see your homeroom teacher.  If items are found in a locker without a lock, your items will be removed and placed in lost and found.

Students are reminded that you are not allowed to wear hats or hoods inside the building.  Once you are in the building, both should be off all day.

Students who arrive to school prior to 8 a.m. must report to the Gym.

Students who are on Walker’s bell and walk, you need to go to the Crossing Guard and be taken across the street.  You should not cross on your own in any other areas.

Softball will be in the Weight Room this evening.

This week and next week, girls in the Teen Time in the Light will need to collect money for Samaritan’s Purse.  Any amount of money will be a big blessing!

Student are reminded that you are not allowed to attend AMS Sporting events without being with an adult.

Students are reminded that you are not to take your Chromebooks to Gym with you on days you have Gym.

Students are reminded that you are not allowed to bring blankets to school.

Students are reminded that you should be charging your Chromebooks at home.  If you do not take them home, you are to charge them in your Homeroom at the end of the day.

Students are reminded that you are not allowed to wear hats or hoods inside the building.  Once you are in the building, both should be off all day.

AMS is collecting box tops again this year.  So far we have collected over $50.  Please continue to help your school earn money by collecting box tops.  They can be turned in to Mrs. Thomson.

Students are reminded that they should be reporting to the Cafeteria immediately upon arriving to AMS if they want to purchase breakfast.  Our Grab and Go Breakfast Program allows students who arrive late to school the ability to eat breakfast in the classroom up until 8:25 a.m.  After 8:25 a.m., ALL food and trash should be disposed and classes should move on as normal.

There is to be no eating of any kind in classrooms after 8:25 a.m.  Students who remove things from their lunches and begin eating them in class are subject to having those items thrown away.  Lunches are ONLY to be consumed in the cafeteria spaces.

Students are reminded you are only allowed to bring clear water bottles to school.

Happy Birthday today to Damien Smith and Sunday to TyShaun Napier!

Today’s Lunch – Pizza Hut Pizza – Cheese or Pepperoni, Hot Ham and Cheese on School Roll, Chicken Filet on Whole Grain Bun, Fresh Steamed Broccoli, Tossed Salad, Veggie Bag/Dip, Fruit Cup, Fresh Fruit, and Milk.

Monday’s Breakfast – Chicken Biscuit, OR choice of Pillsbury Variety, or Pop Tart and Graham Crackers, or Cereal Variety and Graham Crackers, or Cereal Bar and Graham Crackers each day, with Fruit, Juice and Milk.

Have a Great Friday and a Wonderful Weekend! :-)

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Dear Parents and Guardians,

This summer I accepted the position of Supervisor of Instruction and Federal Programs with Appomattox County Public Schools.  Dr. Bennett, our Division Superintendent, and Mr. McMillan, our Director of Finance and Human Resources, took a great deal of time to find the right candidate to assume leadership of Appomattox Middle School.  At the end of August, Julie Amos was named as the new Principal of AMS.  Mrs. Amos has spent her career as a teacher and an administrator in ACPS at Appomattox County High School.    Mrs. Amos has been on maternity leave since the birth of her first child this summer.  She will assume the role of AMS Principal on October 15th.   I look forward to watching how AMS grows and achieves under her leadership.

While I am excited to be working with all our wonderful ACPS schools in my new role, it will be very difficult for me to leave Appomattox Middle School, our students, and this amazing faculty.    I am very proud of our students, our faculty, and what we have been able to accomplish together.  I have been blessed to work with the most outstanding and caring educators in the world for the last 22 years as a teacher, an assistant principal, and as principal at AMS.

Thank you for allowing me the honor to work with and serve your children at Appomattox Middle School.  Over the years, I have learned from them and grown from them, but most importantly, I have loved them.  My heart will always be in the hallways of Appomattox Middle School.


Cheryl J. Servis, Ed.D.

Proud AMS Teacher, Assistant Principal, and Principal for the last 22 years 


AMS PTO Raffle Ticket Winners

$15.00 That's Too Cute Botique: Melanie Ranson
$25.00 Kroger Gift Card: Christy Moore
$50.00 Walmart Gift Card: Dani Hodges
$100.00 Joe Beans Gift Card: Nichole Harris

Thanks to everyone who participated.