Upcoming Events:


  • The Second Quarter Ends December 19, 2014 
    The end of the quarter is December 19th. Parents, please check Power School to ensure that your children have completed all assignments. Power School  accounts can be established at 573- 842-2052.
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  • Students of the Month for November
    Please visit our Middle School Facebook Site to view Pictures of our Students of the month for November. 
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  • Middle School Photography Club Captures Awards
    WMDS students captured several trophies during the MWR Taste of the Arts Living Color Art Show on Fort Leonard Wood.
    Click on Tiger Tails under Quick Links to see the pictures and to read the article. 
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  • Parent Survey 
    Please take time and click on this link to complete an important parent survey about your child's school. Thank you!
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  • Athletic/Sports Events: Information and Schedule
    The Athletics Event Information and Schedule is now available under the Programs and Services in the top menu bar of our website. 
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  • Free Breakfast in the Gym Every Morning before School
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  • 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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   Welcome to our school's website. Waynesville Middle School serves approximately 900 seventh and eighth grade students living in the Waynesville R-VI School District. We serve the communities of Waynesville, St. Robert, Fort Leonard Wood, and the surrounding rural areas in Pulaski County. Our school is located at 1001 historic route 66 in Waynesville, Missouri.

Academic assistance is offered during morning and evening hours. Students need to contact their teachers for tutoring times. 

  • Love of Reading Day:
    On Nov. 24th during the Waynesville R-VI School District’s “Love of Reading” Day promotion, the Middle School students along with the help of high school students  read and acted out stories though out the day in our Communication Arts classes. Students also read during Drop Everything and Read time, as well as throughout the day in Language Arts classes.
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