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  • News from Mr. Vernon and Live Virtual Lessons Schedule

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    I hope you and your family are healthy and staying safe during this time.  The WMDS staff really misses our students and can’t wait for everyone to be back in the building.  Below is the schedule teachers will follow for daily Google Meets or Zoom meetings. Teachers have the links posted for students in Canvas or Google Classroom. It is very important that your child attends these virtual meetings for live teaching or question and answer opportunities. If there are any changes to a teacher’s schedule, they will let students know in advance.  They will also post additional times they are available in the afternoon or after school hours. Thank you for the continued partnership in your child’s education during this tough time in all our lives.

    Live Virtual Learning Lessons Schedule

    Below is a link to a form to recognize WMDS staff that go above and beyond!  Please take a moment to share why they shine and I will be sure to recognize their efforts.  

    https://forms.gle/B4zBmM8WFL12cKLZ7

     

    Sincerely,


    Brian Vernon

    WMDS Principal

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  • We Miss our WMDS Students Video

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  • Cheer Leader Tryout Information

    Cheer Leader Tryout Information

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  • Chromebook Insurance

    It’s not too late to purchase Chromebook insurance for the 2019-2020 school year. The fee is $20.00 if you pay for full lunch or $10.00 if you pay for free and reduced lunch. Visit www.one2onerisk.com to enroll. You must purchase Chromebook insurace for each school year in order to have coverage for damages that could occur. If you are uncertain that your insurance is in effect, please contact me at 573-842-2567. Thanks!

    Mr. Niewald, Technology Integration Specialist

     

    Here’s a list of some repair costs you will be billed without insurance if damaged:

    Screen: $29.95

    Trackpad: $29.95

    Charger: $39.99

    Chromebook: $181

     

    With insurance:

    Deductible Schedule               Free/Reduced  Full Pay

    Accidental Damage Claim 1:    $0                     $0

    Accidental Damage Claim 2:    $10                   $20

    Accidental Damage Claim 3:    $15                   $30

    Lost or Stolen Claim:               $50                   $100   

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  • Emilia Vega, SOM for Feb.

    EmiliaVega Named WMDS Student of the Month

    Emilia Vega, an eighth grader at Waynesville Middle School, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month and was honored Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020, at the monthly Rotary Club Meeting.

    Vega is the daughter of Pete and Monica Vega and is an outstanding student at WMDS. Vega holds a 4.0 GPA and is the first vice president of the National Junior Honor Society and plays a vital role for the school’s Tiger News Network. She is also taking two high school credit courses in Algebra 1and Spanish 2. Vega’s teachers highlight her leadership in and out of the classroom. Vega is an “Xcel Platinum” gymnast at River Bend Gymnastics and has won several state medals/trophies in all competitive categories. She plans to attend UCLA for gymnastics while pursuing a career in elementary teaching. 

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  • Student of the Month Jan.

    Phillip Beal named WMDS Student of the Month

    Phillip Beal, an eighth grader at Waynesville Middle School, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month and was honored Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020, at the monthly Rotary Club Meeting. He is the son of Bradley and Rebecca Beal.

    Beal is an outstanding student at WMDS who transitioned to WMDS from Fort Riley, Kan., in February 2019.  He currently holds a 4.0 GPA, is a member of Student Council and is also taking two high school credit courses in Algebra 1 and German 1.  Beal’s teachers commend his 99% attendance rate and positive attitude toward school and others. Outside of school, he enjoys teaching and leading younger children in his local church. Following graduation, Beal plans to attend MIT and pursue a career in computer programming.

    Reprint from Tiger Tails

    Marianne Ward 

    Office of Communications and Marketing

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  • David Bennet, Dec. Student of the Month

    Rotary Club WMDS Student of the Month for December

    David Bennett, an eighth grader at Waynesville Middle School, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month and was honored Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019, at the monthly Rotary Club meeting. He is the son of Michael and Keala Bennett. Bennett is an outstanding student at WMDS. He transitioned to WMDS from Fort Knox, Ky., and currently holds a 3.5 GPA and plays tenor sax for the WMDS Band. He is also taking two high school credit courses in Algebra 1and German 1. His teachers commend his love of reading and describe him as prompt, responsible and very kind. Bennett is a member of the Civil Air Patrol – FLW Squadron and plans to study aviation in the Air Force.

    Reprinted from Tiger Tails, Dec. 13th edition

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    Rotary Club Student of the Month for November, Isaac Russell

    Isaac Russell, an eighth grader at Waynesville Middle School, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month and was honored Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2019, at the monthly Rotary Club Meeting.

    Russell is the son of Jerrica and Thomas Russell and is an outstanding student at WMDS. Russell transitioned to WMDS this school year and currently holds a 4.0 GPA and has perfect attendance. Russell is also taking a high school credit course in Algebra 1. His teachers describe him as a leader who is self-motivated, diligent and courteous to all. Russell enjoys school and hopes to serve in the Army branch of the United States Military.

    Marianne Ward
    Office of Communications and Marketing
    Waynesville R-VI School District


      Student of the Month, Nov. Isaac Russell   Student of the Month, Nov. Isaac Russell

     

    Rotary Club Student of the Month for October, Hariet Chan 

    Harriet Chan, an eighth grader at Waynesville Middle School, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month and was honored Tuesday, Oct. 15th, 2019, at the monthly Rotary Club of Pulaski County meeting.

     Chan, the daughter of Chun Yu Chan and Kitling Wong, is an outstanding student at WMDS.  She received “A” Honor Roll her entire 7th grade year and was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. Chan currently holds a 4.0 GPA and has perfect attendance. She plays the clarinet for WMDS Advanced Band and is also taking high school credit courses in Algebra 1 and French 1. Chan enjoys school and hopes to one day contribute to others in the medical field.

    Reprinted from article by Marianne Ward

    Oct. Student of the MOnth     Oct. Student of the MOnth

     

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  • October Super Students

    7th Grade Student of the Month: Mia Verry, nominated by Mr. Sneed

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    8th Grade Student of the Month: Mason Perez, nominated by Mrs. Rickert

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    Athlete of the Month: Yisel Perez, nominated by Coach Pollreisz

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    ROARing Student: Jewitt Hill

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    Sunshine Student: Juliann Vega

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  • 7th Grade Catapult Project

    Students in Ms. Siebert, Mrs. Cartagena and Mrs. Cottrell's classes put their knowledge of Engineering Design Processes into action with the Catapult Challenge. Each student group designed and built a catapult designed to launch supplies or people over a 2 meter shark infested canal. Each group showed their Tiger pride throughout the challenge. Game On Tigers!

    Click on the link below to view pictures of the activity that are posted on our WMDS Facebook site:

     

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/WayMiddleSchool/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2487780078003695

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  • Love of Reading

    Friday is a district wide Love of Reading day.  If you have a Waynesville Love of Reading Shirt please wear it on Friday. 

    Our building's activity for LOR has been the ELA classes visiting the library for reading time, 8th grade has participated in "Flashlight Reading" this week.  We have also started a StickTogether mosaic puzzle, a student can participate whenever they are checking out a book. 
     
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  • Fidget Spinners PBL, 8th Grade Science

    Students are working for a company called MAD inc to redesign the fidget spinner to help the company increase profits.  The company proposed spin time increase as the design component that needed to increase.  So using the Engineer Design process students have researched, planned, built, and tested their prototype spinners.  We will find out if any of them where able to beat the company’s current models and will be able to patent the product or if they are back to the drawing board for a redesign. (See pictures above in the slide show.) Here is our Facebook photo album link with the pictures:

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/WayMiddleSchool/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2450386568409713

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  • September WMDS Rotary Student of the Month

    Torrey McCall, an eighth grader at Waynesville Middle School, has been named the Waynesville Middle School Rotary Student of the Month and was honored Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019, at the monthly Rotary Club Meeting.

    McCall is the daughter of James and Kymberly McCall and is an outstanding student at WMDS. She received “A/B” Honor Roll her 7th grade year and was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. McCall serves as secretary for National Junior Honor Society and holds a 3.8 GPA. She plays clarinet for WMDS Advanced Band and is also playing her second year of volleyball for WMDS. She also serves as historian for WMDS Student Government Association. McCall plans to attend the University of Missouri as she pursues a career in optometry. Reprint of article by Marianne Ward, Office of Communicationa and Marketing.

    Sept. Student of the Month       WMDS Sept. Student of the Month

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  • September Student of the Month, Hope Schroeder

    Waynesville Middle School's September Student of the Month is Hope Schroeder. Hope has completed stellar work under difficult circumstances. She was nominated by Dusttie Beck, 7th grade math teacher.
    September Student of the Month
     
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  • September Athlete of the Month Isabelle Jensen

    Waynesville's athlete of the month is Isabelle Jensen,  who is on Coach Ray's Cross Country team.
    Isabelle is an all around great student who pushes herself on and off the course. Nominated by
    Coach Ray.
    Athlete of the Month
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  • Day of Remembrance Flag Activity, 9/11/2019

    Students at Waynesville Middle School participated in pocket flag folding activity to honor individuals lost on 9/11. The students learned how to fold a flag properly and the meaning of the folds. The small folded flags were then put in a plastic cover and will be presented to our Fort Leonard Wood PIE partners to distribute to our soldiers. See slide show above. Here are two links to our WMDS Facebook photo albums of the activity as well:

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/WayMiddleSchool/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2424428694338834

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/WayMiddleSchool/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2452508654864171

     

     

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  • Team News Pages

    Team news pages and announcements from your child's team are now posted on the Middle School website. To access your child's team page click on About Us on the top menu bar and select 7th or 8th Grade Teams. In the next window click on the link to your child's team new's page in the left panel on the screen. 

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    WMDS Twitter Link

    https://twitter.com/Way_Middle_Sch

    View tweets about exciting educational activities in classrooms and school events.

     

     

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    Parent Notice

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  • 8th Grade TDAP and Meningococcal Vaccines

    Please click on this list to  read a letter from our school nurse concerning immunization requirements for students: Vaccines

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