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Summer Book Challenge 2018

Download the Summer Reading Challenge checksheet and form.

____ 1. Read under the covers
____ 2. Read at the library
____ 3. Read in the dark with a flashlight
____ 4. Whisper Read
____ 5. Read a nonfiction book (facts)
____ 6. Read a magazine
____ 7. Read in the car
____ 8. Read poetry
____ 9. Read in your pajamas
____ 10. Read to your pet
____ 11. Read an historical book - fact or fiction
____ 12. Read a book about science
____ 13. Read outside
____ 14. Read a book on display at the library
____ 15. Read an award winner
____ 16. Read with a parent or grandparent
____ 17. Read an eBook
____ 18. Read under a tree
____ 19. Read a comic book or graphic novel
____ 20. Read a book that teaches you how to do something
____ 21. Read a biography
____ 22. Read with a friend
____ 23. Read something recommended
____ 24. Read in the morning
____ 25. Read a book featuring an animal
____ 26. Read a book to someone else
____ 27. Read under an umbrella
____ 28. Read a genre you’ve never tried

WCMS Summer Reading Challenge Requirements

  • Record books read on this Summer Reading Challenge Form.
  • Rewards:
    • One free pass to PTO Sponsored Event----Complete at least 15 Reading Challenges (see other side) and record at least 5 books. [You can do more than one challenge per book.]
    • Full year free pass to PTO Sponsored Event----Complete at least 15 Reading Challenges (see other side) and record at least 24 books.
  • This form requires a parent or an adult signature to be accepted.
  • This form must be turned into the library no later than Friday, August 17th, 2018 to qualify for rewards.

 
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School Counseling Staff

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 Letter to WCMS Parents regarding Career and Academic Counseling

 

Student Activities List

 Club Name

Sponsor 

Anime/Japanese Culture Club Ms. Palmateer
Art Club Mrs. Hetz
Chess Club Ms. Nassetta
Dances Mrs. Gubler, Mr. Mosher & Mr. Veto
Drama Club Ms. Budd
Dungeons & Dragons Club Mrs. Hetz
FCCLA Mrs. Grimley
FFA Mrs. Comstock
Jazz Band Mr. Murphy and Ms. Plosch
M.O.R.E. (My Opportunity for Remediation and Enrichment) Mr. Logan
MS Winter Guard Ms. Farris, Coach Mendoza & Coach Trenary
Interact Mrs. Stanley and Ms. Webster
National Junior Honor Society Mrs. Groves & Ms. Nassetta
PTSO  Kristen Harper, President
WCMS Booster Club  
WCMS Intramurals  (More Information in "Find Your Tribe" link below)
Winter Running Club Ms. Webster

 

Click on "Find Your Tribe" to learn more about Student Activities offered at WCMS.

Welcome to Warren County Middle School

Mrs. Amy Gubler                           Mr. Bryan Mosher                           Mr. Greg Veto     

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Warren County Middle School Mission Statement


Our mission is to create and maintain a positive learning environment by providing behavioral supports and the social culture needed for all students to achieve social, emotional, and academic success.



Value Statements


We believe that students are our top priority and everyone is a valuable member of our school community.

We believe that respecting one’s self and others leads to a successful learning environment.

We believe a school should provide a safe and structured environment that promotes learning.

We believe  that positive communication between students, staff, parents, and community is essential for successes.

We believe that all students can learn and achieve at high levels and that mistakes are an important part of the learning and growth process.  

 

 

 

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