School Administration
Principal: Brad Springston
Assoc. Principal : Lucas Sullivan

School Hours
Breakfast: 7:25 AM
School Starts: 8:00 AM
Lunch: 11:07 AM
Dismissal: 3:09 PM

HGMS Vision Statement:

Our school is the foundation of quality education, which meets the emotional, academic and personal needs of individuals through positive, meaningful relationships for lifelong learning.

If you are a guardian and need a password and/or username to access your student’s Skyward, please pick up or have your child pick up a “Family Access Form” in the main office from Mrs. Mendoza. If you have a username and password but have forgotten them, please contact the Horace Good Sysop, Aaron Jacobs, at

All HGMS teachers have a link to their website on the Teachers tab above




Starting May 2nd, you will not be able to charge a lunch or breakfast. If you don’t have enough money in your account or have a negative balance you will not be able to eat until both negative balance and current charges are paid. Check your balance often to see if you have enough to eat!


7th graders interested in playing football next year- there will be a quick meeting Thursday right after school in the courtyard


All current 7th graders: If you would like to go to Washington DC next school year during Spring Break, please see Ms. Vitkus in Room 105 for information.  Don’t miss your chance to visit our nation’s capital!


Attention volleyball players:

Lucas Yanez, a current coach at the University of Kansas, will be traveling to Garden City (along with current KU volleyball players, and professional club and high school coaches) to facilitate a 2-day volleyball clinic for 7th-12th graders. This is a great opportunity to learn from some of the best, and not having to travel all the way to Lawrence!  Pick up a camp flyer in the office! 













Full Monthly Events Calendar

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The Kansas School Safety Hotline (1-877-626-8203) for use by students, parents, and community members in anonymously reporting any impending school violence.