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Herbert Green Middle School

Mother Lode Union School District

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    4/28 - Track Meet at Golden Sierra, 3:30pm

    4/28 & 4/29 - Girls Volleyball tryouts, 6th-8th grade,1:30-3:00pm

    4/29 - Football Tryouts, 6th-8th grade, 1:40-3:00pm

    4/30 & 5/3 - No School

    5/4 - Coffee with the Principals Zoom, 8am

    5/7 - Last Day to Order Yearbooks

    5/8 - Track Meet at El Dorado High School, 11:30am

    5/10 - PTO Mtg Zoom, 6pm


    When calling in an absence for your child, please explain the reason why he/she is not at school. Without a reason, your child will have an unexcused absence on his/her attendance.

    Due to COVID-19, if you are calling to inform of an absence due to a student being ill/sick/under the weather/etc. a district nurse will be calling you to follow up on symptoms.

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    About Us

    Herbert Green Middle School is located in Placerville, near Highway 50, in the beautiful foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. We serve 500 fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in the Mother Lode Union School District.

    The staff is committed to creating a learning environment that will enable students to achieve their maximum potential in academic performance, critical thinking skills, expressive talents, physical development, social and emotional growth, and respect for self and others. Herbert Green strives to maintain a clean, safe, organized school, with a positive school climate, where students, parents and staff are welcome, comfortable, and treated with respect. 

    The Herbert Green staff believes that all students can and want to learn. In addition, they expect students to meet the expectations of the California Content Standards and Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in the core subject areas. Curriculum, instruction, and staff development to support and improve teaching and learning are based on current research and sound educational practice.