Middle School November Newsletter


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From the Principal:

Dear Parents,

Happy November to all of our Middle School families. Our students, staff and families are persevering and engaging in a renewed school experience. We continue to navigate best educational practices and offer students a captivating and rigorous school experience.

We want to remind families of a few things:

There are still many families that have not signed off on required forms – this included the Chromebook permission form; the digital citizenship agreement; and the district code of conduct. If you have not, please do so as soon as possible. These form need to be signed in order for students to use district owned Chromebooks. If families need additional, copies please contact the Middle School main office.

Students may attend 10th period for additional academic support. Late buses will take students home throughout Williamson. There is also an option to stay for support for students who walk or get picked up. We encourage students to take an active role in their education.

The end of the 1st marking period is November 10th. We encourage students to focus on quality work completion. Please check your child’s Schoology account to review student progress. We will not be sending report cards home at the end of the first marking period – their grades are available in the parent portal. Please contact us if you do not have an account. For those students needing parent – teacher conferences you will be contacted (or contact us if you have any concerns).

Thank you for your continued support.

John E. Fulmer, Principal

Williamson Middle School Williamson Middle School


From the Assistant Principal:

Greetings from the Assistant Principal,

We are rapidly approaching the end of the first quarter at Williamson Middle School. On Thursday, November 17th, we will be hosting parent teacher conferences. Conference times are 4:30 - 7:00 pm. Please contact the Williamson Guidance Office to schedule a conference. There is an opportunity to meet with your child's team of teachers or an individual staff member. This is an excellent time to monitor your student's progress.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email or call at (315) 589-9665.

Kathryn Taylor

Middle School Assistant Principal


From the Health Office:

The 2022 – 2023 Flu Season is upon us. Here is some information you may need to know to help you and your family get through it without complications.

Influenza (flu) can cause mild to severe illness. Flu is different from a cold. Flu usually comes on suddenly. Symptoms include the following:

Fever or feeling feverish/chills

Cough/chest discomfort

Sore Throat

Body aches

Runny or stuffy nose


Fatigue (tiredness)

Some people have vomiting or diarrhea, more common in children than adults.

Best way to prevent the flu? Get a yearly flu vaccine and keep your hands clean. If you think you have the flu, see your doctor. Take prescribed medication (usually antivirals); this will make the illness milder and shorten the time you are sick. Best if medication is started within 48 hours of getting sick. Please stay home; you are most contagious in the first 3 to 4 days, and please remember to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.

Please contact your Healthcare Provider if you have any questions or concerns.

Please feel free to call the Middle School Health Office if you have any questions or concerns at 315-589-9665 ext. 3520.



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November Lunch Menu

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Students of the Month for October 2022

5th Grade

Mason Johns - Showing all PRIDE attributes!

Allison Bohannon - Showing all PRIDE attributes!

William Atwater - Showing all PRIDE attributes!

Estrella Mozqueda Zavala - Showing all PRIDE attributes especially Perseverance!

Natalie Karasinski - Demonstrating PRIDE attributes each day in PE!

6th Grade

Gabriella Dalke - Demonstrated PRIDE behaviors for the month!

Jace DeLyser - Demonstrated PRIDE behaviors for the month!

Rynesse Daniels - Demonstrated PRIDE behaviors for the month!

Bailey Kern - Demonstrating PRIDE attributes each day in PE!

7th Grade

Dakota Hanshaw - Perseverance!

Eli Stubbings - Responsibility!

Hailey Kramer - All PRIDE attributes!

Brendon Burns - Demonstrating PRIDE attributes each day in PE!

8th Grade

Isabella Johnson - All PRIDE attributes!

Grant Allen - All PRIDE attributes!

Olivia Oathout - All PRIDE attributes!

Cooper Brandt - Demonstrating PRIDE attributes each day in PE!


Free and Reduced Lunch Application

To apply for the Free and Reduced Lunches, please go to our website - www.williamsoncentral.org. Go to the Department tab and click on Food and Nutrition Services. Then click the Free and Reduced Lunch Application tab to the left. You will see the image below to start your application.
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Veteran's Day Celebration

The Williamson Middle School is proud to host our annual Veteran's Day Celebration on Thursday, November 10th. We would like to recognize military service on the part of our Middle School families. Any family member who has served is cordially invited to our celebration.

The ceremony begins at 8:00 am at the Middle School on November 10th. We ask service members and their guests to arrive by 7:45 am.

If you plan on attending the ceremony, we ask that you R.S.V.P. to the Williamson Middle School main office at 315-589-9665 prior to November 2nd.

We look forward to seeing our Veterans.

Thank you for your service!


Parent Conference Day, November 17th

There will be an early dismissal for students on this day. Students will be dismissed at 11:00am.


Williamson Central School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education program or activities, including employment, as is required by Title IX. Furthermore, Williamson Central School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, marital status, age, sexual orientation, or disability in admissions, participation or employment. Inquiries regarding the application of Title IX may be directed to the Assistant Secretary of Civil Rights of the Department of Education or to the District’s Title IX Coordinator, Kathryn Avery, who can be reached at Williamson Central School District, 5891 Route 21, P.O. Box 900, Williamson, NY 14589, via email at kavery@williamsoncentral.org, or via telephone at (315) 589-9661.