Westmoreland Middle School


Dear WMS Stakeholders,

Here's some info YOU need to know:


School Messenger Sent Out Wednesday 08/03/22 beginning at 5:30 PM ...

I have 4 items to share with you:

#1--Due to Election Day, there will be NO SCHOOL Thursday.

#2--WMS Football will have their first football game at home Thursday night at 6:30 PM against Trousdale County.  The price of admission is $5 per person.

#3--When students are absent, please send a note to either excuse or verify the absence.  An attendance meeting will be required for students with unexcused absences.

#4--Please stay up-to-date on all that is happening at WMS by checking both our school website and school FaceBook Page daily.

In closing, THANK YOU for all that YOU are doing to make this the best school year ever!!!

Thank You!!!

Danny Kay Robinson, Principal


School Lunch Information

We have been notified by our new vendor TITAN Family Portal that they have had technical issues establishing our account to receive online payments from parents.

While they are addressing this issue, our MyPaymentsPlus system will remain available for parents to load student lunch payments online. All payments into MyPaymentsPlus will be automatically transferred into your student’s TITAN Family Portal account within 48 hours.

Parents may also load funds into their student’s lunch account by sending a check or cash to their school cafeteria with their students name and id number.

If your student is new to the district and you do not have a MyPaymentsPlus account, please contact your school cafeteria manager.

Our Titan system should be available for online payments at the end of August. We will send further communication to parents at that time.


Attendance Information for 22-23 ...

In 22-23 students need to continue to plan to attend school everyday possible.  If students need to be absent, then documentation (a note) needs to be turned in the next day back.


Students have 5 parent notes per semester.  These parent notes will make the absence excused.  These notes MUST be turned in to the school.


Absences for medical reasons such as doctors and dentists may be verified with a note from the doctor or dentist.  Also, absences due to funerals, court, etc. may be verified with a note from the funeral, court, etc.  These notes MUST be turned in to the school.


The Progressive Truancy Plan below will be followed for students with unexcused absences.  Also, students with any unexcsued absences may not be allowed to participate in any extra or extra curricular activities.





Report Card Info (05/26/22) ...
Westmoreland Middle School Families,
Hello!  We wanted to remind you that Sumner County Schools will NOT mail home a final copy of your child's Report Card this school year unless you request one.  You can request one by e-mailing or calling the school.  
Sumner County Schools is strongly encouraging families to review their children's grades through their Skyward account.  Please click below to open Skyward and follow these steps.  You will need your Skyward username and password to fully access it.  If you don't know your username and password, you can e-mail me, and I will send it to you.  
Steps To Follow:
(1) Click open web address (above)
(2) Enter your username and password
**If you have multiple kids on your account, select the specific student by the downward button beside "All Students." 
(3) Click "Portfolio" (left-hand side)
(4) Click "2021-2022 Final Report Card"
Another Great Tool In Your Skyward Account
**You can review every assignment, grade, possible grade, and overall grade in every subject area.**
(1) Click "Gradebook" (left-hand side)
(2) If it is not already set up this way (display all grading periods or display all assignments), please click "Display Options"
(3) Click "Show Assignment" (show all assignments) and Click "All Grades" (show all grading periods)
Another Great Tool in Your Skyward Account
**You can do all of this on your smartphone by downloading and setting up the Skyward app on it.  Once inside your account, the steps are not exactly the same, but it is still fairly easier to use.**
Everyone passed or was placed in the next grade unless your child's teacher called you yesterday and encouraged him or her to attend our Summer Scholar's Program. 
It has been a joy to serve and educate your children this school year.  Have a great summer break!  


PAPER Info ...

Westmoreland Middle School Families:
Sumner County Schools is proud to introduce Paper, a 24 hours a day and 7 days a week online tutoring service. Students can submit any written work and have it returned in 24 hours or less with grammar, structure, and style corrections. Students can use Paper as much as they like because they receive unlimited submissions.
Students can get help on a number of topics with an online tutor. Every subject is covered, and it will always be one-on-one.
Don't need help with homework, but want help with test prep. You can do that too. Work to understand tough concepts, prepare for exams, get study tips and skills as much as you'd like.
You must be a Sumner County Schools student to access the tutoring service.
Go to app.paper.co and use your Google Login with your student’s school email. Check out paper.co/ for more information.


22 23 School Year Calendar ...





Calendar Information

***For calendar information, please see the “Calendar” section of the school website.***


Thank You,

Danny Kay Robinson, Principal





Mission Statement

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.

Vision Statement

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 staffulty.
    • We believe in students, parents, staffulty, 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 ("on track") and advanced ("mastered") levels on the state assessment.
    • We believe in implementing policies and procedures that focus on achieving the educational goals of our school system.