8:00 AM - 9:00 AM "Sock it to drugs!" (crazy sock day)
6:45 AM - 7:30 AM WMDS Super Session with Dr. Henry
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM WMDS NJHS Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM WMDS Jazz Band Concert at PFA
Red Ribbon Spirit Week Activities
October 24th to 28th
Monday: Wear red.
Tuesday: "I elect to be drug free!"
(wear red, white, and blue)
"Sock it to drugs!"
(crazy sock day)
Thursday: "Stay in the game, be drug free!"
(wear favorite team shirt)
"Be a jean-ious, be drug free"
(everyone wears jeans)
Free Physicals for Students in Sports at PCRMC
The PCRMC Waynesville Medical Plaza will offer free sports physicals for athletes in grades 7-12 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Waynesville Medical Plaza for students planning to participate in the winter sports program.
State Rep. Steve Lynch presented a Missouri flag that has flown over the Missouri Capitol to Waynesville Middle School Principal Michele Sumter.
Love of Reading 9/26/2016
Waynesville Middle School students presented book talks over books available in our library and at the recent book fair throughout Love of Reading Day, Sept. 26, 2016
Please view the slideshow at the bottom of the page to see the Love of Reading Events that occured today.
Duvall named WMDS Student of the Month
Madalyn Duvall, an eighth grader, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month for September and was honored at the Sept. 13 Rotary Club meeting. Duvall, the daughter of Tim and Sarah Duvall, is an excellent student. According to her teachers she is spirited and deeply involved in community service. She is a member of National Junior Honor Society and serves as an 8th grade officer in Student Council. As an officer she assists students in finding classes the first days of school, helps decide activities for assemblies and will be representing WMDS at the district student council meeting in October. Duvall also takes an active role in the community by volunteering her time to theater, youth sports and area cleanup.
Madalyn is pictured with Dr. Brian Henry, superintendent; her parents; WMDS Principal Michele Sumter; and Marianne Ward, president of the Rotary Club of Pulaski County.
Reprinted from PR Article by
Marianne Ward Director of Communications and Marketing
Student of the Month for October: Chambre Gracia
- Parent pickup and drop-off is at the tennis courts.
- Free/Reduced lunch forms need to be turned in A.S.A.P.
- Please drop students off AFTER 7 a.m.
- Please make sure your student adheres to our dress code policy.
2016-2017 Pertinent Parent Information
Please click on the the 2016-2017 Pertinent Parent Information link under Quick Links on the right frame of this page to view important information concerning school policies, procedures and information that you need to be aware of. Thanks!
Love of Reading Photos, 9/26/2016