WMS Will Sell Candy Bars ...

WMS Will Sell Candy Bars ...

... for the Spring Fundraiser. Please see the General Information section for more details. (02/14)

... for the Spring Fundraiser.  Please see the General Information section for more details.  (02/14)

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Students & Parents Attend ...

Students & Parents Attend ...

... Parent Teacher Conferences in 6th Grade with Mrs. Sullivan. (02/21)

... Parent Teacher Conferences in 6th Grade with Mrs. Sullivan.  (02/21)

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Student Council Sponsors Silent Auction ...

Student Council Sponsors Silent Auction ...

... at Parent Teacher Conferences. (02/21)

... at Parent Teacher Conferences.  (02/21)

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Student Council Sponsors Silent Auction ...

Student Council Sponsors Silent Auction ...

... at Parent Teacher Conferences. (02/21)

... at Parent Teacher Conferences.  (02/21)

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Students & Parents Attend ...

Students & Parents Attend ...

... Parent Teacher Conferences in 8th Grade with Mrs. Jent. (02/21)

... Parent Teacher Conferences in 8th Grade with Mrs. Jent.  (02/21)

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Choir Students Deliver ...

Choir Students Deliver ...

... Singing Valentunes to students and staffulty. (02/14)

... Singing Valentunes to students and staffulty.  (02/14)

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Bryanna Wylie Is 1 of 11 ...

Bryanna Wylie Is 1 of 11 ...

... Sumner County students to earn her way into the Titans Spelling Bee. (02/15)

... Sumner County students to earn her way into the Titans Spelling Bee.  (02/15)

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Student Council Sponsors Silent Auction ...

Student Council Sponsors Silent Auction ...

... at Parent Teacher Conferences. (02/21)

... at Parent Teacher Conferences.  (02/21)

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Students & Parents Attend ...

Students & Parents Attend ...

... Parent Teacher Conferences in 7th Grade with Mrs. Templeton. (02/21)

... Parent Teacher Conferences in 7th Grade with Mrs. Templeton.  (02/21)

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"Info YOU Need To Know"

 

WESTMORELAND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Home of the Eagles!!!

(The #1 Middle School in Sumner County.)

 

  

General Information

Paent Teacher Conferences Feedback ...

Thank you to everyone who made the Parent Teacher Conferences held on Tuesday 02/21/17 a huge success.  Here are our numbers:

6th Grade = 33

7th Grade = 39

8th Grade = 16

Total =        88 

We had 88 students represented out of 392 or 22.4% of our student body.

I believe several factors effected attendance.  One is that we have more and more ways to communicate above and beyond the traditional ways.  Traditionally, we have always had report cards and progress reports along with parent teacher conferences.  However, we now have INOW where student performance information (grades) may be viewed in real time.  In addition, we have ways that teachers are utilizing such as Remind where they are able to communicate daily to keep everyone updated about assignments, tests, etc.  
Other factors effecting attendance included the fact that WHS girls basketball team was in TSSAA action and that we have several students who are still ill.
However, when you consider everything, I believe we had really good attendance at our Parent Teacher Conference.  THANK YOU for what you did to make this happen.
 

Silent Auction ...

The Student Council sponsored Silent Auction during the Parent Teacher Conference on 02/21/17 was very successful.  It appears that the Student Council raised $1140 that they can use for projects here at WMS.  THANK YOU for what you did to make the Silent Auction successful.  Also, THANK YOU to everyone who made donations for the Silent Auction.

 

Teacher of the Month (February) and Staffulty of the Month (January) ...

THANK YOU for helping make the selections.  YOU chose the following:

--Teacher of the Month (February) ... Mrs. LaVonna Willoughby

--Staffulty of the Month ... Nurse Rebecca Harrison

 

WMS Plans To Become A STEM School ...

On 01/26/17, I attended a STEM panel discussion at our Teacher Center in Gallatin.  At the meeting, principals and school teams were able to learn from two fellow Sumner County Schools about how they became two of only 32 schools in the whole wide world that are STEM schools.

My first thought was that as a STEM school we would have technology available for every student every day all day.  However, I learned that STEM is so much more than just technology.  STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.  Even though these four areas form the focus for STEM, all areas ... including ELA, social studies, and related arts ... are heavily involved by emphasizing that students use problem solving and thinking skills through collaborative opportunities to address real world situations.  

As I understand, the next opportunity we will have to become accredited as a STEM school will be in the 2020-2021 school year.  However, this is a process that will take several years to accomplish.  Therefore, we must begin now to move more and more toward being a STEM school with what we have available.  The whole process will be very challenging, but very beneficial to our students because they will become heavily involved in using problem solving and thinking skills and collaborating with each other to focus on solving real world problems.

As we begin this process, we currently have approximately 100 computers (desktops and laptops) available for student and staffulty use in three computer labs.  (We do have a mobile computer lab with 18 laptops.  However, in order to have 30 computers available in each lab for what we need to do regarding assessments and research, the 18 laptop computers have been moved into one of the three computer labs.  Therefore, at this time, our mobile computer lab is not available for use.)  These three computer labs provide excellent opportunities for our students and teachers to use technology.

Also, our SEARCH students along with students from all three grade level science classes are being given the opportunity to participate in the Middle Tennessee STEM Expo that will be held on 04/06 at TSU.  This will give students an opportunity to participate in STEM where they can present a project.  (This will be our 2nd year to compete and the first year to involve students who are not in SEARCH.)

In addition, WMS plans to hold their own STEM Expo in May.  In addition, other areas will also be featured in May including, but not limited to, our Awards Day, Art Display, Choir Concert, and Band Concert.

Furthermore, each semester for the past several years, WMS students have participated in Project Based Learning projects or PBLs each semester.  These PBLs are already STEM based and focused.

In conclusion, I am sharing all of this to let everyone know that we are already doing many of the things that a STEM school does.  Therefore, I think it is very important that we organize everything that we are doing so we are STEM focused and become an official STEM school.

As we go though this process, we will all have to work together to make this happen.  As I learn more, I will continue to share with everyone.  I am hoping that everyone will help in this effort because I believe this will really benefit our students.

 

Spring Fundraiser ...
Our Spring Fundraiser is officially set to begin on Tuesday 02/28 and to end on Thursday 03/16.  We will have an informational meeting with students probably on Tuesday 02/28 during the first part of the related arts class for each grade.
This time we are planning on selling Cherrydale chocolate candy bars. They are $1 each and the school will receive 50% profit.
The reason for the informational meeting is to explain to students how this fundraiser will work as well as about the prizes ... and anything else that might be important.
Students who have their parent's permission will be allowed to check out a box of 48 chocolate candy bars to sell.  Students will receive the permission letter during the informational meeting.  Unlike previous fundraisers, students will turn in the money ($48) just as soon as they sell the box so they can get another box to sell and earn prizes.  Hopefully, we will have lots of money turned in everyday over the 2 week period so we can continue to improve our technology for students and staffulty.
Since our technology needs are GREAT, I need everyone to be willing to help.  I am counting on everyone!!!

 

"My Favorite Teacher" Essay Contest ...

Please help me spread the word and get our teachers the recognition they deserve.

I am pleased to announce that our school will be participating in the Barnes and Noble My Favorit Teacher Contest.  This contest gives our dedicated teachers a chance to be recognized by everyone for the important work they do.

Here's how the contest works.  We encourage our students to write an essay, poem, or thank-you letter describing their favorite teacher and how that person has influenced and inspired them.  We will collect the entries and submit them to our local Barnes and Noble Store by 03/01/17.  A team of judges from Barnes and Noble and our community will choose a winner and recognize both the teacher and the student at a special ceremony during Educator Appreciation Days in April at Barnes & Noble.

The winning teacher will be entered into a regional contest, and each regional winner will receive a $500 Barnes and Noble Gift Card--and the chance to be named the Barnes and Noble Teacher of the Year.  The Barnes and Noble Teacher of the Year will receive $5000 and be recognized at a special event at a Barnes and Noble store.  The winning teacher's school will receive $5000 as well.  The national student winner will receive a $500 Barnes and Noble Gift Card and a NOOK device.

This is a terrific vehicle to help further develop our students' writing skills and to showcase their creativity.  Entry forms for students are available from the office.  So our teachers don't feel self-serving, announcements will be made from the office to encourage our students to participate.

For more information, please contact me at 615-644-3003 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or visit BN.COM/myfavoriteteacher.

 

Writing Contest ...

This is another opportunity for students to use their writing skills.  The Tennessee Law Enforcement Officers Association is sponsoring the 18 Annual Essay Contest for all Tennessee 8th graders.  8th grade students interested in participating will write a 500 word or less essay with the subject, "Why I will say NO to Alcohol and Drugs."  Entries must be postmarked by 03/31/17.  Winners will receive $100.  For more details, please contact your teachers 8th grade ELA teacher (either Mrs. Coates at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or Mrs. Vicky Rippy at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or the school (either call 615-644-3003 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).  Or, you may pick up a hard copy of all the information in the Office.

 

Job Opportunities ...

WMS has a part-time hourly custodian position open.  This position is 5.5 hours per day.  Pay is based on experience and qualifications.  If you are interested, please contact me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or 615-644-3003.

  

Reading Rocks Program ...

Every 1st Friday of the month during RTI/EXP classes students will read the entire 45 minutes.  The next school-wide reading day is Friday 01/06/17.  The purpose of this is to encourage students to read more because reading will make you smarter.  (If you would like more specifics about how reading may increase intelligence, then please contact one of our ELA teachers for details.)  In the meantime, please READ, READ, READ!!!

 

School Broadcast News ...

The 47th edition of the WMS Broadcast News is now available at Broadcast News.  Please go to the side menu to check out previous editions of the School Broadcast News.  This is a GREAT way to learn more about WMS through the students.

 

Band News ...

The Westmoreland High School Marching Band which includes members of the Westmoreland Middle School Band has been invited to be in the 2017 Citrus Parade on December 30, 2017.  CONGRATULATIONS to the WHS and WMS Bands!!!

If you would like to learn more about the WMS Band and to know about what is happening with the Band, then please click on "Band News" on the side menu.  Or, for now, you may click here on Band News.

 

Westmoreland Music Academy ...

The Westmoreland Music Academy is a new opportunity for all Westmoreland students and parents 4th--12th grades to learn about music at an EXTREMELY discounted rate.  The Westmoreland Music Academy will be opening in January, but YOU need to make plans now if you wish to participate.  Information about the Academy may be found in the North Wing Office  or you may contact Mrs. Peterson at school or by the following e-mails:

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Junior Beta Club News ...

Please click on the side menu under the "Sumner County Newsletter--January 2017" to see what the Junior Beta Club did at the State Convention.

Students who are now eligible to join Junior Beta Club have received a letter with information about to become a member.  The letter contains information that informs students that they must complete 5 volunteer service hours by the end of the second semester.  It also shares that a signed Student Contract and the initial membership fee of $25 must be returned.  Remember, excellent grades, attendance, behavior, and service work are required for membership.  Also, the contract, service hours sheet, and membership fees should be returned to Mr. Copeland by February 17, 2017.

 

Criteria for Advanced Middle School Courses for the School Year 2017-2018 ...

Sumner County Schools (SCS) believes in the integrity of evaluating students based on both quantitative

and qualitative data; to that end, the following measures and percentages will be used to determine

placement in advanced middle school courses:

 

50% - A standards-based, grade level screener

25% - The student’s grades in English, language arts and math

25% - Current English, language arts and math teacher recommendations

 

Placement in any advanced middle school course will be dependent on the overall rubric score for each

content. As in previous years, SCS will still offer Advanced I and Advanced II in eighth grade math.

 

All students in grades five through seven will be screened for both English language arts and math. This is not a state assessment and is in no way tied to the TNReady state standardized assessment. This screening is for SCS placement purposes only and will not be used as a part of a student’s grade or final exam in their current class.

 

All SCS fifth grade students will take the screener between March 1, 2017, and March 17, 2017. All SCS

sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students will take the screener between March 27, 2017, and April 17, 2017.  For specific dates within each window, please contact your child’s school directly.

 

Abby Brosche, Ed.S                                                  Brian Smith

Middle School Instructional Coordinator                 Middle School Instructional Coordinator

Sumner County Schools                                           Sumner County Schools

615.451.5235                                                             615.451.5222

 

 

Calendar Information 

Tuesday 02/21/17 …

--1-7 PM:  Parent Teacher Conferences  (This day could change to a regular instructional day depending on the number of days schools are closed due to inclement weather.  On this day, the last day for appointments will be 6:45 PM.)

--1-7 PM:  Sient Auction  (sponsored by Student Council)  (For more information, please see "Silent Auction" in the General Information section.)

 

Wednesday 02/22/17 ... 

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice

 

Thursday 02/23/17 ...

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 02/24/17 ...

 --7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

 

Monday 02/27--Friday 03/03/17 ...

Renaissance Penny War --Grade Level Competition  (Additional information has been distributed to students.)

 

Monday 02/27/17 ...

 --2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice

 

Tuesday 02/28/17 ...

 --RTI Data Meeting  (Staffulty Only)

           7:40 AM:  6th Grade Team & Mr. Fleming  (Reading Room)

           9:20 AM:  7th Grade Team  (North Wing Teachers Lounge)

           11:45 AM:  8th Grade Team  (North Wing Teachers Lounge)

--Grade Level Related Arts Time:  Spring Fundraiser Informational Meeting

 

Tuesday 02/28--Thursday 03/16/17 ...

Spring Fundraiser Window  (For more info, please check "Spring Fundraiser" in the General Information section.)

 

Wednesday 03/01/17 ... 

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice 

 

Thursday 03/02/17 ... 

--9:40 AM:  Cheer Meeting (for students)--Coach Case will meet with students who are interested in being a Cheer Team member for the 17-18 school year.

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches  

--6 PM:  Rising 9th Grade Parent Meeting for 8th graders at WHS.

 

Friday 03/03/17 ...

 --7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

 --8:45 AM:  Rising 9th Grade Registration for 8th Grade Students  (We will be on regular schedule per request of 8th grade team.)

 --School-Wide Reading Time:  As a part of our school-wide reading program, students and teachers will have the opportunity to read the full 45 minutes in Exploratory/RTI classes.

 

Monday 03/06/17 ...

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice

 

Tuesday 03/07/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Healthy Boundaries Presentation

 

Wednesday 03/08/17 ...

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice

 

Thursday 03/09/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Healthy Boundaries Presentation

 --Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 --4:30 PM:  Cheer Parent Meeting for the parents of anyone interested in a being a cheerleader for the 17-18 school year.  The meeting will be held in the Library.

 

Friday 03/10/17 ...

 --7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

 --Spring Pictures

 --3:30 PM--6 PM:  Dance  (sponsored by Football)

 

 Saturday 03/11/17 …

 --9 AM—3 PM:  Academic Team Competition

 

 Monday 03/13--Friday 03/31/17 ...

 8th Grade Writing Assessment Window

 The plan will be to administer this writing assessment to all 8th grade students one day during this 3 week window.  As soon as a date is selected, then it will be shared with all.

The plan by the State is to administer the writing assessment to approximately 1/3 of the students in the State each year.  This year our 8th grade students will participate in the writing assessment.

 

Monday 03/13/17 ...

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice 

 

Tuesday 03/14/17 ...

 --Related Arts & Exploratory/RTI Classes:  6th--8th Grade Choir/Music Performance Exams

 

Wednesday 03/15 & Thursday 03/16/17 ...

WMS Cheer Tryouts--Tryouts will be both days beginning at 3 PM and ending at 4:30 PM in the North Wing Gym.

 

Wednesday 03/15/17 ...

--Jr. Beta Club Trip to Circus World.

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice

 

Thursday 03/16/17 ...

--Final Day to turn in all Spring Fundraiser money.

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

--11 AM--1 PM:  A SAM's Club representative will be in the North Wing copier room for any staffulty who would like to renew their SAM's Club card or to sign up for a SAM's Club card.  (Staffulty Only)

 

Friday 03/17/17 …

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

--End of the 3rd 9 Weeks Grading Period.

 

Monday 03/20—Friday 03/24/17 … 

--Spring Break

 

Monday 03/27--Thursday 04/13/17 

SCS Post Assessment Window for Math & ELA  (These assessments will be used as "Criteria for Advanced Middle School Courses for the 17-18 School Year" in math and ELA.)

 

Monday 03/27/17 ...

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice 

 

Wednesday 03/29/17 …

--Report Cards will go home.

--7th Grade Related Arts:  "Too For Drugs" Program by Nancy Morris

--2:40 PM--4:30 PM:  Academic Team Practice

 

Thursday 03/30/17 ...

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 03/31/17 ...

--Special Olmpics at Station Camp High School.  (More details will be shared as they become available.) 

--1st & 2nd Blocks:  7th Grade ... and possibly 8th and 6th grades ... will attend the MTSU play performed at WHS.

--4th Block:  WMS Talent Show  (sponsored by the Jr. Beta Club)

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

 

Monday 04/03--Friday 04/07/17 ...

Renaissance Penny War--Grade Level Competition  (Additional information has been distributed to students.)

 

Tuesday 04/04/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Healthy Boundaries Presentation

 

Wednesday 04/05/17 ...

--7th Grade Related Arts:  "Too For Drugs" Program by Nancy Morris

 

Thursday 04/06/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Healthy Boundaries Presentation

--STEM Expo at TSU

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 04/07/17 ...

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

--6th Grade Science:  4-H Club Meetings

--School-Wide Reading Time:  As a part of our school-wide reading program, students and teachers will have the opportunity to read the full 45 minutes in Exploratory/RTI classes.

 

Monday 04/10/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Be In Charge Program

 

Tuesday 04/11/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Be In Charge Program

 

Wednesday 04/12/17 ...

--7th Grade Related Arts:  "Too For Drugs" Program by Nancy Morris

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Be In Charge Program 

 

Thursday 04/13/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Be In Charge Program

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 04/14/17 ...

--Schools Closed in Observance of “Good Friday.”

 

Saturday 04/15/17 ...

--All Day:  The WHS/WMS Band Boosters will host a pancake breakfast, vendor/craft sale, concessions, bingo, motorcycle ride, and concert.  The event will begin with a pancake breakfast in the the Cafeteria.  During the day, there will be a vendor/craft sale with concessions and bing.  Also, during the day there will be a motorcycle ride.  As of now, the concert promises to features the following:  Alyson Spears, The Ronnie Kidd Band, Charlie Barrett, Steve Cochran, Matt Henson, David Dell King, Kelcy Hyde, Steve Cochran, Sr., and Marcum Stewart along with possibly others such as Dan Truman (keyboardist for Diamond Rio), Dana Williams (bass player for Diamond Rio), Trailer Choir, and the Gary Brimm Band.  Please make plans now to attend this event to help support the bands and to have fun!!!

 

Monday 04/17--Friday 05/05/17

TN Ready Achievement Test Window

 

Monday 04/17/17 ...

--8th Grade Introduction To Social Health Class:  Be In Charge Program

 

Thursday 04/20/17 ... 

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 04/21/17 ... 

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meetin

 

Saturday 04/22/17 ... 

--8th Grade Spring Formal  (Specific times will be shared later.)

 

Wednesday 04/26/17 …

--Progress Reports will go home.

 

Thursday 04/27/17 ...

--Math Contest:  6th, 7th, & 8th Grade Math Students Will Compete At Austin Peay State University.

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 04/28/17 ...

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

 

Thursday 05/04/17 ...

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 

Friday 05/05/17 ...

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

--6th Grade TAATU Program at Long Hollow Baptist Church  (More information will be shared as we near the date.)

--School-Wide Reading Time:  As a part of our school-wide reading program, students and teachers will have the opportunity to read the full 45 minutes in Exploratory/RTI classes.

 

Monday 05/08--Friday 05/12/17 ...

WMS Universal Screening Window  (This is a tentative plan.  This window could change based on when we actually take the state assessment.)

 

Monday 05/08/17 ...

--Band Tour:  The WHS/WMS Bands will tour our 3 feeder elementary schools to promote an interest in band and music.

 

Tuesday 05/09/17 ...

--4th Block:  Choir Performance  (Day Time Performance)

--6:30 PM:  Choir Performance  (Night Time Performance) 

 

Wednesday 05/10--Saturday 05/13/17 ...

--Washington D. C./Gettysburg Trip

 

Wednesday 05/10/17 ...

--Awards Day  (The specific schedule will be shared later.)

 

Thursday 05/11/17 ...

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

--Related Arts & Exploratory/RTI Classes:  6th--8th Grade Choir/Music Performance Exams

 --6 PM:  WMS Band Spring Concert at Westmoreland Middle School.

 

Friday 05/12/17 ...

 --7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

 --WMS Field Day  (This could be changed to Friday 05/19 depending on the weather, etc.)

 

Monday 05/15/17 ...

 --8th Grade Career Day Field Trip to Vol State.  (At first, it was thought that this would be 05/19.  However, it was learned on 01/20 that it was scheduled for this day.)

--1st & 2nd Blocks:  "Tech Day" at WMS sponsored by NCTC  (This could also be moved to 05/18.)

 

Tuesday 05/16/17 ...

--All Day:  Renaissance Penny War Reward Day for Winning Homerooms

--6:30 PM:  WMS Drama Club Production

 

Wednesday 05/17/17 ...

--All Day:  Renaissance Penny War Reward Day for the Winning Grade

 

Thursday 05/18/17 ...

--1st & 2nd Blocks:  If "Tech Day" is not held on Monday 05/15, then it will be held on Thursday 05/18.  This is a back up date.

--Lunch Time:  FCA Lunches 

 --All Day:  WMS 8th Grade Choir will tour our 3 feeder elementary schools to promote an interest in choir and music.

 

Friday 05/19/17 ...

--7:10 AM:  FCA Meeting

--WMS Field Day Alternate Day  (If 05/12 does not work, then this day may be used.)

 

Monday 05/22/17 …

--Regular Full Day of School with Breakfast & Lunch Served With Exams (specifics will be shared later)

 

Tuesday 05/23/17 …

--Regular Full Day of School with Breakfast & Lunch Served With Exams (specifics will be shared later)

 

Wednesday 05/24/17 …

--Regular Full Day of School with Breakfast & Lunch Served With Exams (specifics will be shared later)

--Last Official Day for Students

 

Thursday 05/25/17 …

--8 AM—3 PM:  Administrative Day #5 (Staffulty Only!)

 Grade Level Team will hold grade level team meetings regarding promotion/retention of students.

 

Friday 05/26/17 …

--8 AM—10 AM:  Abbreviated Day for Staffulty Only  (Report Cards to be mailed!)

 

Monday 05/29/17 …

--Schools Closed in Observance of Memorial Day

 

Saturday 09/09/17 ...

--Band:  Sumner County Exhibition Band

 

Saturday 09/23/17 ...

--Band:  Highland Rim Marching Festival

 

Saturday 12/30/17 ...

The WHS and WMS Bands will participate in the 2017 Florida Citrus Parade in Orlando, Florida.  More details will be shared as we near this date. 

 

The following will be changed to the Band participating in the 2017 Florida Citrus Parade.  Please see 12/30/17 for more details.

March 2018 ... 

--Saturday--Monday  (Specific Dates To Be Determined)--Band Trip to Chicago. 

If you would like more details about the trip, please contact our band director, Jennifer Peterson, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it