2016 - 17 SUPPLY LIST
Please click here to see our supply list.
STUCO & NJHS PERSONAL CARE ITEM DRIVE
WMS participated in the "Our Little Haven" personal care item drive. WMS collected over 3,000 items!! Thank you to our students and parents for your kind generosity for making this drive a HUGE success!
7th Gr STUDENTS OF THE TERM
Congratulations to Kyleigh Choate, Abbi Riek, Jasmine Chen, Andrew Nguyen, Ohm Patel, and Rachelle Hall who were named 7th gr Students of the Term. Congratulations! We are proud of your accomplishment!
2016 GLORY AWARDS STUDENTS
Over twenty years ago, state lawmakers began recognizing students by honoring them with the prestigious Missouri Glory Award. Students are selected by their 8th grade teachers using the 14 virtues that are etched into the rotunda of the capitol building in Jefferson City. These qualities include knowledge, liberty, equality, law, justice, fraternity, education, progress, honor, truth, virtue, temperance, enterprise, and charity. Washington Middle School has selected their 8th graders for this year, and they visited Jefferson City on April 4, 2016.
These fine young men and women represent Washington and their families well. Congratulations!
Andrew Hutson, Lydia Brooks, Kara Marino, Madison Riek, Allison Kramer, Colton Torrence, Regis Ung, Ian Brouk, Emily Pesselato, Kanita Omerovic, Vena Prudent, Kevin Shannon, Lindsey Carroll, Addie Martin
KIWANIS STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Addie Martin was selected by the 8th grade teachers as the Kiwanis Student of the Month. Addie was selected for her high-level of achievement, concern for other students, maturity, and her role in the WMS Friends' Club. Addie hopes to pursue a career in orthodontics and plans to attend Mehlville High School in the fall. The award was presented on Wednesday, February 10, at the Kiwanis luncheon meeting. Pictured with Addie are her parents Jeri and Shannon Martin. Great job Addie; we are very proud!
The 7th grade class has been working in conjunction with the APA for 5 years now. Our 7th grade students are doing a letter writing campaign in which we take recently learned propaganda techniques and use those in a persuasive business letter. Our goal is to collect supply and monetary donations for the APA of Missouri. We kick off our letter writing with a presentation from the humane educators from the APA: Jennifer Blome and Lesa Davis. They talk to students about the services the APA provides the St. Louis community and give background information on the topic of puppy mills, which will be the focus of our research paper in the spring. Click here to see a picture!