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  • Guest Speaker

    Guest Speaker Shared Experiences During the Holocaust

    The 8th Grade ELA teachers are completing an Anne Frank/Holocaust Unit during the months of November and December.  We had the privilege to hear from an outstanding presenter regarding her experience during this infamous time in history.  Mrs. Elizabeth Lotze's family home was a "station" along one of the escape routes in Germany during the Holocaust.  She has been a guest speaker at many schools in the United States and Germany, speaking of her and her husband's experiences and encouraging students not to give up despite desperate circumstances.  Mrs. Lotze spoke to 8th grade students on Thursday, November 19 from 9:30 to 10:30 in the Parker Fine Arts.  

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  • October Love of Reading Day

    On Oct. 30th, Waynesville Middle School Library hosted it’s second “Love of Reading Day” of this school year.   Mr. Nelson Morgan, former WMDS History teacher, came to visit and read spooky stories to the 7th and 8th graders. Nelson Morgan is also the announcer for the WHS football, basketball and soccer games.   Students were in Parker Fine Arts building with the lights dimmed to create a spooky atmosphere during the stories.  Mr. Morgan presented multiple short stories to groups of students throughout the morning. 

    Love of Reading October

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  • Student of the Month
    Jakob Baumgartner
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  • MDS StuCo members continue upward climb 
       Waynesville Middle School Student Council members continue their upward climb.  After painting, decorating and bringing their “UP” float to life for the Homecoming parade, they placed first in the 7th-12th grade division.  
        Rather than resting on their laurels, the students started preparing for the MASC South-Central District Convention hosted by Cuba High School. WMDS students decided to run for the office of 2nd vice president for the 2016 South-Central convention and created campaign posters and labeled campaign handouts.  
        Once again their hard work paid off and the Waynesville Middle School Student Council was voted the district’s 2nd vice president for the 2016 convention.  In that role, students will work with the new president school to come up for the activities and convention schedule for the convention.  
        Joshua Mize, the head student council advisor, creates lessons on the traits of good leaders, utilizes team builders, and teaches the council members how to set goals and stay responsible for meeting event deadlines. Nancy Swick serves as the assistant advisor.
        “I am very proud of the work the students have done this year so far and look forward to seeing what other goals they accomplish,” Swick says. 
    Dancing ducks: 
    Waynesville Middle School STUCO students participated in the MASC South-Central District Convention. 
    Dancing Ducks
    Waynesville Middle School STUCO students spent a great deal of time creating their float, based on the movie, UP. 
    Students at game: 
    Waynesville Middle School students placed first in the 7th-12th grade division in the Homecoming parade. 


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  • School Sports
    To access information about school sports, please click on the tennis shoe at the top of any district building webpage or click on this link: Athletics 
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  • 2015-16 School Year Calendar
    2015-16 School Year Calendar.  Please note that a separate calendar for individual events at this school appears under the Calendar Tab toward the top right of this page. 
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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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