Academic assistance is offered during morning and evening hours. Click on the link under Quick Links on the right side of this webpage for the schedule.  


  • End of Year Dances and Events
    May 26:  
    7th Grade Awards: 8:27 AM, 8th Grade Awards: 11:54 AM
    Invitations will be sent to parents whose child is receiving an award during the awards ceremony
     Luau Dance (6:00-9:00)
    May 27th:
    4th Quarter Celebration: 
    Assembly, 7:40 AM
    SGA Carnival, 8:40-11:40 AM
    Sack Lunch, 10:30-11:40 AM
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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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  • Student of the Month for May
    Emily Wilson, an 8th grader, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Student of the Month for May and was honored at the May 12 Rotary Club of Pulaski County meeting.
    Wilson, the daughter of Mark and Angie Wilson, is an excellent student who carries an A average. She was the 7th grade football manager this past fall and is a member of National Junior Honor Society. She is an Avid Preparatory student and was the winner of the middle school geography bee.  She also volunteers her time to help in teachers’ classrooms at the elementary level. Wilson’s teachers describe her as being caring, determined, driven to succeed, tenacious and full of both character and laughter. 
    WMDS Teacher of the Year 
    Marilyn Kathcart 
    Teacher and Staff Members of the Quarter 
    Christine Tramel, teacher 
    Glen Chaffin, custodian
     Jerrie Lord, Secretary
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  • WMDS Council Wins Gold Award
         The Waynesville Middle School Student Council received the Missouri Association of Student Councils Gold Award. 
        To earn the award, students must demonstrate their commitment to student leadership and their involvement in student and teacher recognition, district and/or state level meetings, service projects and spirit activities.  
       The middle school was recognized during the Missouri Association of Student Councils meeting in Kansas City. 
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  • Tradebot Donated $10,000 in Support of the i-Stem Program  
    Dr. Trish Adkins, assistant superintendent of instructional services, and Kym McCall, I-STEM-21 project director, presented a plaque to Rush Olney in recognition of Tradebot Systems Inc’s donation to the district’s Project Lead the Way-engineering branch programming. Tradebot donated $10,000 in support of the program that promotes a pre-engineering curriculum at the high school level. Headquartered in Kansas City, Tradebot is a registered broker-dealer and a member of most major stock exchanges. 
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  • WMDS Students Work to Create Memorial Quilt
     Waynesville Middle School Club TIGER students are creating a Tribute Memorial Day Quilt to present to the Fort Leonard Wood Garrison Command.  
     To remember the fallen, members of the "Patch It Up" Club have been on FLW inviting soldiers to sign the names of their fellow soldiers who have given the ultimate sacrifice while fighting for their country. The tribute squares will then be pieced together to form the quilt. 

    Spearheading the effort is the “Patch It Up” Club (a Club TIGER’s club), led by Katrine Nielsen, an AmeriCorps member. Patch It Up’s students recently toured Fort Leonard Wood’s Memorial Park and the U.S. Army Engineer Museum.  
    “Touring the Memorial Park and the Engineer Museum helped the students have an educational and emotional connection with what they are doing,” says Kimberly Williams, school liaison specialist with the FLW Child, Youth and School (CYS) Services Division, Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.  
    CSM Tyson Goolsby, the FLW Garrison Command Sergeant Major, also has assisted with the project. 
    The quilt will be presented to the Garrison Command on May 26 at Woodworks in the Pershing Community Center.
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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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  • Pageant of Bands, April 7 at WHS
        The Waynesville R-VI School District hosted its annual “Pageant of the Bands” at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7, in the Waynesville High School Gym. 
        The public was invited and admission was free. 
        The concert featured the Waynesville Middle School Advanced Band, the Waynesville High School Concert Band and Wind Ensemble and the 399th Army Band from Fort Leonard Wood.  Attendees heared band music performed from the second and third year band students to the professional musicians from the 399th.  As a special feature this year, all the bands combined for a final selection.  
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