Washington Post

September 23-27, 2019

We Are A.R.M.Y. Strong!!

"As a member of the Continental Army, I promise to be Accountable, Respectful, Motivated to Learn, and do mY best."

Our vision is to ensure that all students are WMS ARMY Strong and are prepared for high school, college and careers.

Dress Code Reminders

Cool Weather Items

Type: hoodless sweaters or hoodless sweatshirts, vest, zip up fleece, softshell or cardigan worn with a collared button down or polo shirt underneath

Colors: any solid color

Logo: small manufacturers logos are acceptable; school logos are permitted

The following is unacceptable at WMS and will not be allowed:

· Unnatural hair colors (bright red, burgundy, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink or purple)

· Body piercings, excluding ears. Earrings that pose a safety hazard or that are disruptive in nature

· Visible tattoos

· Skinny style pants, stretch pants or tight fitting clothing

· Hats or head coverings inside the school

· Cell Phones, large purses, gym bags, backpacks, backpack style purses, and drawstring bags must be kept in students’ lockers from 7:30am to 2:30pm.

Attendance Video

EVSC Attendance Awareness

6th, 7th, and 8th Girl's Basketball Tryouts

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Free Dress Friday for $2.00

Students who have citizenship will be able to wear Free Dress on Friday for $2 on Friday, September 27th.

Family Movie Night

Friday, September 27th at 6:00pm is the first "Movie of the Month" in the WMS auditorium. These nights will be a fundraiser for the trip to Boston/NYC that many of our 8th grade students will be going on next summer. This month, we will be showing The Secret Life of Pets 2. Doors will open at 5:30pm and snacks will be available for purchase. Admission is $2 for adults and children. All children and students must be accompanied by an adult. Run time: 1 hour and 26 minutes
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Cheer Tryouts

Thursday, Sep. 26th, 2:45-4:30pm

1801 Washington Avenue

Evansville, IN

Cross Country Accolades

Shout out to Amelia Perry 8th grade and Aliyah Johnson 6th grader on finishing in the top 10 at the Harrison Invitational this past Tuesday. Amelia finished 5th in the girls varsity race and Aliyah finished 7th in the girls open division. All other cross country members did an outstanding job as well in their races.

Immunization Clinic

The Vanderburgh County Health Department will be coming to Washington to conduct a shot clinic on October 17th for students needing immunizations. Sign up by clicking on the link below.


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Art Pizza Fundraiser

Art students are selling Little Caesars pizzas to raise money for our art room. Pizzas will be delivered on October 2nd
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Chromebook Cases

Neoprene chromebook cases will be available to students in the media center for $5. The cases are large enough for a chromebook, charger, and pencil pouch. Please see Mrs. Perry. First come, first served

Bullying Report Form

We take incidents of bullying very seriously, however, we cannot support your child if we do not know. If your child comes home complaining about a student who repeatedly says things, touches them or harasses them on social media, please make sure to report this to Mr. Meyer or complete the form below. In order for us to be able to prove "bullying," we must have documented incidents to show that it's "repeated." In order to ensure that your child doesn't also get consequences, encourage them to report these incidents, talk to our social worker or counselor, or visit Ms. Hawkins in Regulation Station rather than respond verbally or physically. Please help us make our school safe by reporting things to us and allowing us to properly track, report and hold students accountable. https://washington.evscschools.com/students/bullying_report_form

Penny Lane Cafe

Penny Lane Cafe starts Tuesday, September 3rd. This is a program that meets every Tuesday and Thursday until 4:30 for students who need to retake a test or get some extra tutoring. Interested students need to sign up with Mrs. Stoll in room 20 or by emailing her at jennifer.stoll@evsck12.com. Limited to 10 per day.

Speech Meet

Speech Meet @ Thompkins

Tuesday, Sep. 24th, 4:30pm

1300 West Mill Road

Evansville, IN

Volleyball Practice

September 24th: 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Practice from 3-4:30

*Team Pictures will be taken during practice on the 24th

September 25th: 6th grade Practice from 3-4:30

September 26th: 7th and 8th grade Practice 3-4:30

Sporting Events

7th and 8th grade Volleyball Game @ Plaza

Monday, Sep. 23rd, 4:30pm

7301 Lincoln Avenue

Evansville, IN

7th and 8th Grade Volleyball Game @ Glenwood

Wednesday, Sep. 25th, 4:30pm

901 Sweetser Avenue

Evansville, IN

6th Grade Volleyball Game vs Glenwood

Thursday, Sep. 26th, 4:30pm

1801 Washington Avenue

Evansville, IN

Cub Football vs Memorial

Thursday, Sep. 27th 2018 at 5:30pm

1300 Washington Avenue

Evansville, IN

Cross Country Meet

Tuesday, Sep. 24th, 4:30pm

8215 Pollack Ave

Evansville, IN

After School Activity Schedule

How is your child doing in classes?

Access this link to see your child's grades, discipline, attendance, and schedules. You can also update your contact information or email teachers from this site. If you have questions or you cannot log in, you can contact the main office at Washington Middle School.


If you have questions or concerns about grades you can contact your child's teachers, Mrs. Curtis, or Administration to set up meetings.

WMS Expectations and Procedures Handbook

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Contact Us!

Please contact us with questions or concerns! If you have specific concerns regarding a teacher or class, we encourage you to email, call or meet with the teacher to work on a solution. Mrs. Coughlin, our school counselor, is your contact for scheduling or student concerns. Mrs. Miller, our Youth First Social Workers, is your contact for community resources, family support, or student therapy group sessions. Mrs. Amuzie, our school Social Worker, is your contact for Food Bags, Hangers Clothing Bank applications, peer concerns, or general student support. If you have continued concerns, please contact Mr. Meyer or Ms. Branson. What we don't know can't be fixed!