... WMS on our school FaceBook Page by clicking here so you have more info about all that is happening at WMS because you do not want to miss anything.
... If you would like to help with our STEAM needs, please see "The Principal's Page" for donations needed.
VFW Patriot's Pen Writing Essay Contest Info ...
... may be found in "The Principal's Page" section of our website by clicking here and also on our FaceBook Page by clicking here.
21-22 YearBook Info ...
... may be found in "The Principal's Page" section by clicking here and on our FaceBook Page by clicking here.
Homework Hotline Info ...
... may be found in "The Principal's Page" section by clicking here or on our FaceBook Page by clicking here.
Marching Eagle Band News ...
... may be found on "The Principal's Page" by clicking here and on our FaceBook Page by clicking here.
Red Ribbon Week ... Monday 10/25--Friday 10/29
The theme is "Drug Free Looks Like Me". Dress up day information may be found in "The Principal's Page" by clicking here and on our FaceBook Page by clicking here.
WMS Veterans Day Program ...
... Please join us for our Veterans Day Program on Tuesday, November 9th beginning at 8 AM. (There will be a reception following the program for Veterans and active military.) Also, we will be sending Christmas cards to active military. Please donate Christmas cards by November 9 so that our students may include artwork and a heartfelt message.
The 22-23 School Year Calendar ...
... may be viewed by clicking here to go to "The Principal's Page or by clicking here to go to our FaceBook Page.
Morning Tutoring Available ...
... Students may receive help in math with Mrs. Griggs or help in ELA with Mr. Stover. There is no charge and no registration required. Tutoring is available Mondays thru Thursdays beginning at 6:45 AM until school begins.
Doing what is best for kids by … growing learners who are college and career ready through quality instruction, effective use of resources, building a collaborative culture, and strong leadership.
Our vision is to establish a culture that encourages our students to be actively involved in their learning and in the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts/Agriculture, and Math) fields so they will be college and career ready.
We believe in a safe and supportive environment that holds high expectations for students and staff.
We believe in students, parents, school employees, and community members working collaboratively and respectfully as partners in the education of all learners to develop prepared graduates.
We believe in an inclusive culture that embraces diversity, gives equal access to each child, promotes responsibility and supports positive self-esteem.
We believe that by engaging minds and developing character, we will prepare students to become competent, employable citizens.
We believe in the use of data to continually assess our decision making to ensure each student has the opportunity to achieve at proficient and advanced levels.
We believe in implementing policies and procedures that focus on achieving the educational goals of our school system.