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  • PowerSchool Tutorial for Parents/Students
     A PowerSchool tutorial for parents/students is now available online. Please click on the link in the QuickLinks on the right side of the middle school main page. 
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  • 4th Annual Race for the Ribbons

    The 4th annual Race for the Ribbons will be held at WMDS on April 18th, 2015. Check-in/Registration is at 6:30 AM. The 5K race begins at 8:00 AM and the family fun walk begins at 8:00 AM. Click on the links to the flyer and registration form for more details.

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  • Track News

    Mandatory Paperwork Day and Rules Overview

    Wednesday March 4th – Girls Paperwork Turn In – 2:45-4:00

    Thursday March 5th – Boys Paperwork Turn-In – 2:45 – 4:00

    First Practice Date – Monday March 9th @ Middle School Track – 2:45 until 4:45 

     All middle school athletes must turn in a completed physical form (dated February 1, 2014 or later) to the WMDS Nurses office prior to the first practice.  The form must include student and parent signatures and proof of insurance.

    To be eligible to tryout you must have passed all of your classes during 3rd quarter.

    Any questions contact Coach Gettys

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  • Student of the Month for March
    Our student of the month for March is Ladarion Hardison 
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  • Activity Bus Information 
    Activity buses are available to students who need to stay after school. The buses leave the building at 5:15. The bus stops are different from the morning stops. It could take up to 1 1/2 hours for your child to arrive home. Here is the link to more information on the activity bus schedule:  Activity Bus Information
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  • WMDS Students Place in Science Olympiad 
        Eleven Waynesville Middle School students participated in the Region 5 Science Olympiad contest at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla on Feb. 14. Students prepared by studying for tests, constructing machines and prepping for labs.  
        Twenty-three events were held during the day-long contest. Students bringing home awards from the contest included:
        • Allie Free (7th)  and Erika Kosier (7th), 4th place in anatomy and physiology
        • Cody Caple (7th) and Jacob Sheldon (7th), 3rd place in air trajectory
        • Austin Shrum (7th) and Erika Kosier (7th), 2nd place in disease detectives
        Other members of the competitive team included: Aaron Choi (7th), Ashley Collishaw (8th), David Parker (7th), Alexuz Pesantemercado (7th), Vincent Villa (8th) and Anthony Zuber (8th). 
        Helping the students prepare for the science events were teachers Stacy Blakely, Ana Lozano, Kym McCall and Dennis Preston.
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