Parent and District Information


Parent Portal

Class Link is a tool used by the school for parents & students to see textbooks, grades, & much more. Click the Classlink icon to login.


HNMS Handbook Attendance & Dress Code

Click below to read the 2019/20 Handbook. Pay close attention to attendance rules and dress code. Please contact our office if you have any questions or concerns. 850.936.6040

Volunteer Information

View the district's new requirements to volunteer in any school for Santa Rosa County. There is an application process and board approval is not needed before you may volunteer. 


"SafeStop is the industry’s leading school bus tracking app that finally answers the question, “Where’s the bus?” Built for parents, school officials, and transportation professionals, SafeStop gives real-time information on each school bus including its location and its expected time at each stop." Click the icon to learn more!


Free/Reduced Meals

HNMS provides each student the opportunity to have breakfast and lunch each day. The free and reduced form is a quick and easy form that, if qualified, helps families with the cost of meals. ALL families should fill out the forms for possible assistance with breakfast and lunch costs.  

If you as the parents/guardians are insisting on using the paper application, then please make sure it is sent to Stevie Thomas at or sent via your school/courier to the Food Service Office.


Printed applications can be found here.

District Calendars


Click the calendar on the left to find the current District calendar that provides you with the start and stop days, holidays, and other important dates.


The Parent, Teacher, Student Association helps our school in various way throughout the year. Click "view more" to see how you can join & support HNMS. 

Transportation Information

For Bus Numbers, Pick Up times, or any info needed about buses, contact the transportation office at 850.936.6005.

Please be patient the first week of school during delays.

Our School's Report Card

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires that school districts provide parents with an annual state, district, and school status reports to include but not limited to the following: student achievement, accountability and subgroup data. In addition, the FDOE uses data to produce readily accessible school and  report cards, providing transparent information to all stakeholders. The district report card specifically reports on progress toward transitioning students from one level to the next and also reports graduation data. 

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