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Mandy Pitts Phone Icon 931-438-2533 Email Icon Email

Fayetteville Middle School is a H.E.R.O. School







There are defining moments in everyone's lives. They are the ones you never forget and they are the ones that shape your values and beliefs throughout your life. Sometimes we don't realize the powerful effect or lasting impact words can have.

Heroes often receive an award or public recognition. However, many heroes never receive recognition. They are the ones who touch a life and ask nothing in return. They perform their kind acts simply to help another or make the world a better place.

Here at Fayetteville Middle School we strive to create a school culture of mutual respect. Administrators, teachers, educational assistants, custodians, cafeteria staff, maintenance workers, coaches and bus drivers all share the responsibility of modeling this behavior.

The opposite of a hero is not a villain, it is a bystander. We are challenging our students to not be a "bystander", be a HERO! We challenge our students to speak up when they see something happening that is wrong. We challenge our students to show others the respect that they would want in return. We challenge our students to have pride in their school and community. A school with a large population of heroes won't have bullying. It won't have vandalism. It won't have discipline issues. It will have learning. It will have long-lasting relationships. It will have heroes.