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Do your best
   Respect others
      Engage in learning
         Always be positive
            Manage yourself

Mission and Vision

Every Student.  Every Chance.  Every Day.

Vision Statement:
  "To increase the achievement of all students in a safe and supportive learning environmentthrough a culture of excellence, collaboration, and continuous improvementwith the explicit intent of closing the achievement gap."

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In the News

Congratulations to Ms. Zizzo, our School Based Employee of the Year, who was recognized at the SCPS Employee of the Year Ceremony. Ms. Zizzo, our ILS Technician, has been with SCPS for more than a decade. She brings positive energy, competence, and a strong work ethic to everything she does here at Markham.

In March, our Drama students hosted the Spring Drama Production, The Somewhat True Tales of Robin Hood. The production included two weekend performances to a packed Black Box Theater and two weekday shows to Heathrow fifth grade students who came over for a special viewing. The show was led by our talented Drama III students and their dedicated Director, Drama teacher, Ms. Jennifer Bennett. 

At Markham we are fortunate to have an amazing faculty—dedicated, hardworking, and committed to the success of each student. Last night, four of Markham’s teachers were recognized in the board room for their positive impacts on student achievement. Join us in congratulating (L to R) Tracy Michola, Nancy Ferreira, Anna Culp, and Sandra Mathews (not pictured).

Thank you for your passion and commitment to the success of MKMS students!


Our very own Mr. Donald Fields, one of  three middle school Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalists, was recognized among his peers at the SCPS Teacher of the Year Ceremony.  In attendance that night was MKMS Teacher of the Year 2017 and Middle School Teacher Of the Year for all of SCPS, our very own Ms. Antmann and she was able to hand Mr. Fields his TOY award. It was indeed an honor to see Markham represented by such distinguished teacher-leaders.


Congratulations to Ms. Summerhays for being selected Rookie Teacher of the Year. Ms. Summerhays joins Markham this year as a UCF graduate, where she majored in Interdisciplinary Studies. 
    When asked about teaching, Ms. Summerhays says that she enjoys interacting with students and appreciates the opportunity to see them enjoy learning.
Ms. Summerhays is an 8th grade ELA teacher and a Creative Writing electives teachers. She says that part of her success comes from being part of great team: My COL has been really helpful. They each bring different things to the table. Ms. Scherer is super encouraging while  Ms. Barth is well versed in the field and knows so much about working with students and Ms. Nsouli always has a positive attitude and new ideas.

The MKMS 2017-2018
Disney Dreamer and Doer
has been Announced
Congratulations Adeline Harrell!

This year we had 8 entries advance to the county judging round from MKMS. The entries were for Film, Literature, Photography, and Visual Arts. Three of our students advanced as County winners. Our County winners will advance to the PTA state judging. Congratulations to all our Reflections entries!


SCPS provides the opportunity for you to observe your student within the district's Learning Management System known as eCampus. Remember, Observers can view the course content but cannot participate in the course.

To observe a student, you must know the student's eCampus username and password. The student must be enrolled in the course and must accept the course invitation before you can sign up to observe the student. If you receive an invalid username or password message during the signup process and the student's credentials are correct, check with the student to verify that he or she has received and accepted the course invitation. These steps must be completed through the web version of Canvas. The observer signup process cannot be done through the mobile app. Follow the instructions on this guide to sign-up for an observer account. 

Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

We are committed to providing high-quality instruction and support to promote the highest achievement of all students. We use a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) as a framework to maximize the success of all students. For more information about MTSS, please visit our website at Or access a parent informational video at