- Thursday, May 23
- WMS MSP Testing
- WMS POGO Concert and Open House
- Friday, May 24
- WMS MSP Testing
- WMS 7th/8th Grade Intramural Track Meet
- Monday, May 27
- No School - Memorial Day
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May MSP Test Dates
Posted on 2013-03-27
Please take note of the following MSP Test dates for your student. Attendance at school during testing is extremely important in order to avoid your student having to miss additional instruction time for makeups.
May 21-24 – 8th Grade Reading and Math
WMS POGO Concert and Open House
Posted on 2013-05-10
Our pilot POGO program is near completion and we are celebrating with an Open House on Thursday, May 23 from 5:30-7:00 PM in the WMS Cafeteria. There have been many great success stories and we look forward to sharing some of them. Come hear some great music played by students and our teaching artists on violins, violas, cellos, buckets (yes, buckets) and even a trumpet played by the old guy.
WMS Track News
Posted on 2013-05-03
Beginning Monday, May 13, 7th and 8th grade track season runs through Friday, May 24 when there will be a culminating meet at OHS beginning at 3:30.
On Tuesday, May 28, 6th grade track season begins. It will run through Thursday, June 6, when there will be a meet at OHS beginning at 3:30.
WMS Bulldogs on Bikes Commuter Contest
Posted on 2013-04-23
During May our Bulldogs on Bikes team will be competing in the Thurston County Bicycle Commuter Contest. Please take a moment to register for free at “Read More” below. If you cannot register at home, please stop by Mr. Hunter’s room for help.
The goal of the contest is to promote gas-free, healthful and invigorating transportation. You can qualify for cool prizes, and do something great for the environment and your health. Stay tuned for information on after-school bike maintenance workshops, as well as a group ride through local neighborhoods. Contact Mr. Hunter for further details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consolidated Program Review
Posted on 2012-11-21
The state legislature has required that all school districts adopt and implement a teaching framework to improve learning. Our district is implementing the Charlotte Danielson Framework. We have used our non-student days and our late-start collaboration days to learn this framework so that we can best meet the academic needs of all of our students. If you have suggestions or comments about teacher professional development, please send them to Mr. Anders or Mrs. Wood.