Red Ribbon Week 2015 PDF Print E-mail

DID YOU KNOW? Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don’t; yet only a quarter of teens report having these conversations.


Students at Washington Middle School are gearing up for Red Ribbon Week 2015 - this year’s theme is: Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free. At school, students will engage in activities that promote a drug free and healthy lifestyle the week of October 26th.


One of these activities is the yearly door decorating contests. Teachers and students are being asked to decorate their doors with a spooky Halloween theme related to being drug free. Some have already starting working away on their final products! More to come...

WMS Spirit Week PDF Print E-mail

Brandon and Dawn from Washington State Bank participated in our trash bag fashion show when they came to volunteer in Rachel Meyer's classroom for Junior Achievement! So fun to have great volunteers!

Last Updated on Wednesday, October 14 2015 07:25
Junior Achievement Volunteers PDF Print E-mail

7th grade computer students get the wonderful opportunity to explore JA (Junior Achievement) with volunteers from the business community teaching them! The students will be exploring the world of being an entrepreneur through various activities, games and the personal experiences of the instructors. Pictured above are the instructors meeting to plan for this semester: Jaron Rosien, Michelle Redlinger, Alissa Levy and Micah Roberts. (not pictured: Tsalika Rich). We appreciate all of their time and efforts to make this happen!

2015 Middle School Football Camp PDF Print E-mail

2015 Middle School Football Camp

Riverboat Foundation Grant For MS Band Instruments PDF Print E-mail

The Washington Middle School Band would like to thank the Washington Riverboat Foundation for their generous donation toward new instruments for the Middle School Band program. With the $10,000 and a $1000 parent donation we were able to purchase much needed school owned instruments that have not been replaced since the 1970s and 1980s. The instruments include a Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, French Horn, Baritone/Euphonium, Vibes, Xylophone, Electric piano (w/ stand, amp, pedal and accessories), and patch cord cables. These are instruments typically owned by schools and rented by students. A few of these instruments were non-existent at Washington Middle School before this purchase was made. In some cases, it provides an opportunity for students who could otherwise not afford to buy or rent their own instrument.


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