Here, at a glance, are summertime learning opportunities coordinated through Seattle Public Schools and available to all or some Washington Middle School students. Registration availability is current as of 6/26 (and is closed for some programs). This listing doesn't include opportunities for rising 9th-graders. Incoming Grade 6 only TAF Junior Huskies Academy - project-based learning … Continue reading Summer learning at WMS & SPS
Join with us 5-7 pm on Tuesday (June 16) as trainers from Families Of Color Seattle (FOCS) lead an online dialogue workshop where Washington Middle School parents/guardians and educators will grow their understanding of systemic racism and creating inclusive and anti-racist learning spaces for children. A workshop for all WMS families & educators We will … Continue reading June 16 online Workshop: ‘Undoing Racism and Teaching Equity to Children’
Dear WMS Community, We write to you today in sadness and outrage about our country’s shameful and continuing racial violence and injustice. We condemn the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, among many others, and the fact that Black and Brown families are forced to live and raise their children with the … Continue reading PTSA Statement on Racial Violence & Injustice
Thanks for your interest in the ways you can volunteer to support our school through the PTSA. Not all roles listed below are open ... and some are more important to fill than others. Many positions can be shared or otherwise adjusted.We invite you to read through the brief descriptions below, and contact us at … Continue reading PTSA Roles, 2020-21
Principal Hunt and the WMS Counselors are working hard to help 50+ WMS students and families in need during these difficult times. While the District and Alliance for Education have the Right Now Needs Fund to help with housing, clothing and other critical needs, the funds are not always quickly available for distribution by WMS staff. … Continue reading Help families in need
Washington Middle School is in the midst of big changes. One thing that has stayed true? Our community continues to support students, teachers, and staff! The PTSA annual fund drive begins later this month. Help us get a head start by donating to the Washington PTSA on GivingTuesday: December 3rd. Donations to the PTSA fund … Continue reading Giving Tuesday is December 3rd!
Congratulations to four Washington Middle School students whose entries are moving up to the citywide level of the national PTA's Reflections Arts Competition. Literature Sylvester Gross-Hamburger: "The Dream Journal of the Late Professor Fairens" Visual Arts: Mirabelle Gross: "Inside a Book"Torin Hough: "H's in the Eyes (Self Portrait in Oil)"Abby Nakamoto: "Nature's Beauty" Support our … Continue reading Reflections Arts Competition excellence!
It's nearly Thanksgiving and it's a WMS holiday tradition to provide "Thanksgiving Dinner-in-a-Bag" to any family in need. If you would like to DONATE a Thanksgiving Dinner please email email@example.com. If you can donate a dinner you will be asked to shop for a specific grocery list of supplies (costing approximately $40) and to deliver them … Continue reading Thanksgiving for Washington families in need
The Washington Snow Sports program (the ski bus) is back beginning January 10 with ski and snow board lessons. Weekly Friday bus trips take students from Washington Middle School to the Summit at Snoqualmie, leaving from school at 4:00 pm and returning at 11:30 pm. Learn more about the program on the Mohan Skiing and Boarding … Continue reading Ski Bus for Washington Students
Join us at 6 pm in the WMS Library on Monday, Oct. 28, for a Community Meeting to learn about Vaping, Juul, Fentanyl and other dangerous substance use that is all around our children. We will start at 6 with a free dinner and chance to meet other families. At about 6:45, we'll hear from … Continue reading Vaping, Juul, Fentanyl: What Families Should Know