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  • WMDS Student Achievement Recognition

    On Friday January 27th, at 2:45, in Parker Fine Arts there will be a Student Achievement Recognition Assembly for honor roll students. All parent of our honor roll students are invited to attend.

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    Preston

    Preston Named Teacher of the Quarter

    Mike Freeman of Sellers-Sexton Ford Lincoln Mazda presented Dennis Preston, a seventh grade science teacher at Waynesville Middle School, with the Teacher of the Quarter Award for his project "Collision Course."

    The Project Teach Award includes a $100 stipend from the dealership. Students were given supplies and had to construct a model that would allow them to gather data and analyze methods for adjusting the forces involved in a collision. Students had to adjust both the friction on the track and the mass of the cars involved to see how the two forces affect the collision.

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  • Student of Month Dec.

    Christian Cope, an eighth grader, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Student of the Month for December and was honored Tuesday, Dec. 13, at the monthly Rotary Club meeting. Cope, the son of Donovan and Sonia Cope, is an ‘A’ student. He is committed to academics and his teachers describe him as being a very diligent student. He is a member of the National Junior Honor Society and enjoys playing soccer and is a member of the Rolla Knights soccer team. In the future, Cope’s goal is to attend college and major in science and technology.  

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  • Martin Luther King Service Day

    Students at Waynesville Middle School participated in the Martin Luther King Day of Service on January 12th. Students rotated through various learning stations and participated in hands-on activities related to the many community service agencies in our area. Our School District’s Americorps/VISTA employees facilitated the presentations. The following area agencies were represented: CASA, S.A.L.T., Williams Early Childhood Center, Richland MOCA Headstart , Waynesville/St. Robert Police and Fire Fighters, Snack in a Pack, Waynesville/St. Robert Senior Citizen’s Homebound Meals Program, and the Waynesville Animal Shelter. Pictures of the activities are posted at the bottom of the page.

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  • Reminders

     

    - 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.

     

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  • 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!

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    Did you look for something on our website and were unable to find it?  If so, tell us!  We want to know what you searched for, where you searched for it, whether it was the district website or a specific school and how we can help improve our website.  Please email the information to PR@waynesville.k12.mo.us and let us help you.
     
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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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