Welcome to Wangenheim

Back to School 2023-24

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If you are able to stay, you are welcome to pick up and fill out the registration packet (bring a copy of proof of residency), purchase PE clothes, and join the PTSA.
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PE Uniform Order Form

Sizes: Youth - Small, Medium, Large, XL / Adult - Small, Medium, Large, XL, and XXL


Students will be “dressing out” in PE. Classes will not suit up the first week of school. Cost is $10 for shirt and $15 for shorts payable by cash or check (payable to Wangenheim Middle with student's name on memo line) or by credit card @ sdusd.SchoolCashOnline.com (you will need to bring a copy of the receipt to pick up). Locks will be provided.

Please print and complete the form above. If you are paying online, please print your receipt. Sizes will be determined when you pick up.

*You may opt to purchase a plain gray t-shirt and navy athletic shorts


New this year, Wildcat Ambassadors, selected 7th and 8th Graders, will be working with 6th Grade Advisory classes to help them navigate middle school.


Please join us on Tuesday, August 29 at 8:30 am

Each month, the Principal hosts an informal discussion meeting with parents and community members. This is an open meeting where the Principal shares information on topical issues. Parents and community members are invited to provide positive feedback and to express questions and concerns. Handouts from these meetings will be posted on this page for parents and community members who could not attend.

The meetings begin at 8:30 am and are currently on zoom and run for approximately one hour. The same zoom meeting information will be used for each meeting.


Special early order pricing of $45.00. Order by cash or check (Wangenheim Middle with student's name on memo line) or order online with credit card. Check out the PDF below for personalization and other additions.

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We’re asking that you help us prepare your student for a successful academic year. It is recommended that each student have the following items and bring them to school each day:

  • Fully charged computer device and charger

  • Personal reading book: students will read at least 25 books per year to meet District & State Language Arts Standards

  • Basic essentials such as backpack, pencils, pens, and notebook paper

  • Other supplies may be requested by individual teachers

Most courses will not use additional materials. As such, please reference the teacher’s syllabus for any materials that may help your student stay organized and improve their academic performance. All required materials are provided by the school. Beginning in Middle School, students need to begin to use calendars and planners to improve academic performance, help students feel better prepared to walk into class each day, and help parents know what is going on during a great deal of their child’s day. Digital tools through their laptop or cell phone are best as they can integrate with teacher’s Google Classroom calendars and communications. However, having a physical day planner or schedule book may also help.

If you have financial difficulty providing any requested items, please see your counselor.


  • Wildcat News- usually posted monthly, usually on Sunday nights at 6:00 pm
  • Principal's Coffee - held monthly on Tuesday mornings in person and Zoom
  • Wangenheim Website - updated on an ongoing basis
  • District Website

Need to sign up for ParentPortal?

You only need to do this once. See below for directions on how to sign up for ParentPortal. Please contact Annette Stevens, 619.605.2250 x2022 to obtain your access ID or if you have any questions.

Update Contact Information in Parent Portal

Please take a few minutes to verify your eMail address, phone number(s), and mailing address are correct through the Parent Portal. You can also eMail Annette Stevens, 619.605.2250 x2022.

Please join us as we support the Wangenheim students and community. Our first Unit Meeting will be held September 7 prior to Back to School Night.

Wangenheim Middle School PTSA connects families, schools and communities by providing programs and services at your child's school. PTA is the nation's largest volunteer-led child-advocacy association working to drive improvements in the education, health and well-being of all children and families. When you are a member of PTA, you are an advocate for your child and for all children.


Parents of current EL students or reclassified EL students , please take a few minutes to complete the form below. Please contact Karina Reyes, English Learner Coordinator, with any questions or concerns.