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Our Schools Our Future

Community Engagement Sessions

Final Visioning
May 22, 6:00-7:30 PM
Springfield High School

Transition!!!Transition!!!

School transition is not a “one size fits all” approach, but a framework that includes strategies as well as policies and procedures tailored to meet the needs of students, school and communities.    Making the transition into middle school is the first and most significant step to insuring a successful middle school experience.  A well-planned transition program helps families and students have a greater peace of mind by providing the groundwork for a successful beginning of the middle school adventure.

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DRESS CODE 2016-2017 changes are included

NAVY BLUE or KHAKI (LIGHT TAN) color pants ONLY. No leggings , jeggings or denim of any kind.
Solid Color polo-style shirts with no emblems (bigger than your thumb).
Tying of the shirt and Student writing on shirts are NOT permitted
Solid colored shirts or tank tops may be worn under the polo
NEW: Layering with any SOLID colored, CREW neck or V neck sweatshirt without buttons or zippers is permitted. As with the polo's, one emblem not bigger than your thumb.
Crew neck Spirit shirts (With WMS logo) are permitted any day of the week and can NOT be modified in style or student writing.
NEW:
WMS hoodies can ONLY be worn on specified jeans days
Jeans Day Attire: Jeans or WMS athletic gear MAY be worn on specified Jeans Day. No other non-district approved attire may be worn and all other SPS District 186 dress code rules apply.
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Internet Safety Website

Excellent Website containing information for Parents, Schools and Students!

NO CELL PHONES

Students are not allowed to HAVE a cell phone in their possession during the school day.

Random Classroom Wandings/Searches

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School Supply List 2016-2017

Each WMS student will carry a binder that they will use for all of their classes. Here are the supplies that are required.
THREE inch 3-Ring Binder or Trapper Keeper
Six color tab subject dividers
Two composition notebooks
One pocket folder
Zippered pencil pouch
Pens
Pencils
(Certain classes may require additional supplies)
Two packages of loose leaf notebook paper
Five single subject spiral notebooks
Two glue sticks
Markers
Earbuds
Agendas are required and are $5. They may be purchased at registration.

May 19th Announcements

News 3 days ago Attention All 7th grade students!  If you are interested in becoming an 8th grade ambassador next year please pick up a form outside Rm 112.  These application must be completed and turned

May 18th Announcements

News 4 days ago Attention All 7th grade students!  If you are interested in becoming an 8th grade ambassador next year please pick up a form outside Rm 112.  These application must be completed and turned

May 17th Announcements

News 5 days ago Attention All 7th grade students!  If you are interested in becoming an 8th grade ambassador next year please pick up a form outside Rm 112.  These application must be completed and turned

May 16th Announcements

News 6 days ago Attention All 7th grade students!  If you are interested in becoming an 8th grade ambassador next year please pick up a form outside Rm 112.  These application must be completed and turned

May 15th Announcements

News May 15 Attention All 7th grade students!  If you are interested in becoming an 8th grade ambassador next year please pick up a form outside Rm 112.  These application must be completed and turned

State Capitol field trip

Photos May 13 WMS students participate in the Civic Engagement Day at the State Capitol.

May 12th Announcements

News May 13 Warriors!  You are the Word Generation!  Your WordGen word for the week is resilient.  Find the word resilient posted in the building, be able to tell a guidance dean where it is locat

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