Waynesville Middle School & Sixth Grade Center WIN
WIN (What I Need) is a free after school program and will be offered Monday-Thursday for all students in grades 6-8 beginning Aug. 31, 2020. Transportation home is also available for WIN students who sign up for the after-school activity bus on a weekly basis.
If you would like to contact us in regards to the WIN program for grades 6-8, please click here.
Parents MUST REGISTER their student to stay after school for the WIN program! WIN enrollment forms will only be available in digital format this year. You can access a link to the enrollment form for grades 6-8 on the schools’ websites or go to the Google WIN enrollment form directly at this link.
This form must be completed before students are allowed to stay after school for any WIN activity -- regardless of the week.
A free after school super snack will be provided for students in the WIN program.
The signup link will be shared through Canvas (grades 7 & 8) and Google Classroom (grade 6). Students will need to sign up EACH WEEK and indicate if transportation home on the activity bus is needed. Before a student can sign up through Canvas/Google Classroom, however, a parent must complete the Google WIN enrollment form. (See info above.)
If you are planning to pick up your child from WIN, you MUST be at Waynesville Middle School or Sixth Grade Center no later than 5 p.m. At this time, 6th graders will remain at WSGC until 5:00pm then leave to load the activity busses at WMDS.
Transportation home will be offered Monday - Thursday for students staying after for WIN and bus routes/stops will be limited, similar to snow routes.
Buses will be shared between WMDS and WSGC students. WIN program participants and are scheduled to depart WMDS at 5:20 pm.
Due to social distancing requirements, students planning to stay for WIN for any reason MUST sign up for the activity they are staying after for and transportation by Wednesday of the previous week. For example, if a student plans to stay after school on Sept. 14-18, then the student would need to sign up by Wednesday, Sept. 9. The signup link will be shared through Canvas for 7th & 8th graders and Google Classroom for 6th graders. This includes students staying after for reason, including but not limited to, academic assistance and WIN activities. Athletes will need to notify their coaches if they need to ride the activity bus any time during the fall sports season.
Students will NOT be able to stay after for WIN activities until they have completed the initial Google WIN enrollment form.
Students will NOT be able to stay after for WIN activities if they have NOT signed up by 5:00 pm on Wednesday of the previous week.
Except for athletes who have notified their coaches, students will NOT be able to ride the activity bus if they did NOT sign up by 5:00 pm on Wednesday of the previous week.
The Waynesville Middle School & Waynesville Sixth Grade Center WIN programs are a safe, fun, and academically engaging environment for students to spend their time after school is dismissed in the afternoons. Located in Waynesville Middle School, for 7th and 8th graders and Waynesville Sixth Grade Center for 6th graders, students can participate in a variety of self-selected activities.
Academic support is a benefit of the WIN program, providing students with the opportunity to complete homework and make-up missing assignments. Academic support is provided by educators and tutors who are available to clarify on assignments and lessons, facilitating a positive and productive atmosphere. Students may also attend Academic Assistance where they can receive extra time and help from their individual teachers.
After academic obligations are met, students can participate in a variety of club activities. WMDS & WSGC WIN have new clubs yearly that are managed by Waynesville AmeriCorps Members, but are ultimately guided by the new ideas of students.
WIN will run Monday-Thursday from 2:45-5:00. The program is open to all students in grades 6-8 and there are no registration fees. Students must register by Wednesday the week before the week they want to attend WIN. The program will include academic assistance time and privilege time that will run from 2:45-3:45 and club time that will run from 4:00-5:00. Students who stay after for WIN time can ride the activity bus home or be picked up. The activity bus departs from WMDS at 5:20. "Super Snacks" will be provided to students.