About Congress Middle School
Congress Middle School opened in 1974 as Park Hill North Junior High, a seventh-through-ninth-grade school.
In 1986, the building became known as Congress Hall, and it was combined with the high school building (Barry Hall) to become part of the high school campus. All the district seventh and eighth graders moved to Park Hill South Junior High (now Plaza Middle School) and the ninth grade became part of the high school. In 1989, the district switched from the junior-high model to the middle-school model, which included adding sixth graders.
In 1998, when the new Park Hill South High School opened and relieved the crowding at Park Hill High School, the newly renovated Congress Hall became Congress Middle School, the home of the Cougars.
Congress Middle School fosters a safe, inclusive environment with caring students and staff who empower life-long learners to grow academically, emotionally, and socially.
- Period 1: 7:15-7:55
- Period 2: 7:59-8:40
- Period 3: 8:43-9:24
- Period 4: 9:27-10:08
- Period 5: 10:11-10:52
- Period 6: 10:55-11:59
- Period 7: 12:02-12:43
- Period 8: 12:46-1:26
- Period 9: 1:29-2:10
Eighth Grade lunches vary by class.
10:55 am - 11:59 am
Seventh Grade lunches vary by class.
11:07 am - 11:43 am
Sixth Grade lunches vary by class.
11:45 - 12:28
7:15 a.m. to 2:10 p.m.
Is inclusive of every student
Is supported on a foundation of positive relationships