Smooth Move

Weaver Middle School

Welcome Future 6th graders and Parents!

We are excited to have you enrolled at Weaver for the 2021-2022 school year! We hope you find the information provided in this newsletter helpful, as you transition from elementary to middle school. We truly want this to be a smooth move! If you have any questions or concerns, please fill out the form at the end of the newsletter.

Leading in the Seminole Way!

Be Respectful

Be Responsible

Make Good Choices

Use Proper Etiquette

Show School Pride

Meet the Administrators

Crystal Graham Childers


Roderick Earl

Assistant Principal of Operations

Dr. LaQuonta Williams-Smith

Assistant Principal of Instruction

Overview of Connections Department


Connection Classes

Connections Choice Form

Please fill out this form to let us know which connection classes you are interested in taking. *You may be required to take Math or Reading Targeted Remediation.

Discovery Education

Four C's


Critical Thinking



The Middle School Concept

Extra-Curricular Activities

There are several opportunities to showcase your talents at Weaver! Here are a few of our extra curricular activities:

Pep Band

Dance Team

News Team

Technology Club

Robotics Team

Academic Team


Junior Beta Club

Student Government Association


Cheer Squad


August/September/October - Football, Softball, Volleyball, Cheerleading

November/December/January - Basketball, Wrestling, Cheerleading

February/March/April - Baseball, Track, Soccer

*Students interested in participating in athletics must have a current physical on file. If you have any questions, please contact Coach James Harris.

Leader In Me

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Leading in the Seminole Way!!

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I get lost?

No, teachers walk students to ALL classes throughout the day.

Will I have a locker?

Yes, every student is given the option to rent a locker for $5.00 per year.

Can I eat with friends at lunch?

All students eat with the team they are assigned. You may eat with your friends on your team and talk quietly.

Transition Info for Parents

Middle school marks the beginning of many changes in the life of your child….

Top 5 Challenges for Middle School Students

  • Changing classes/More teachers
  • No recess, no free time
  • New grading standards and procedures
  • More peer pressure
  • Accepting more responsibility for their own actions

5 Tips for Parents

  • Require an Assignment Notebook
  • Read Course Syllabi
  • Designate a Study Time and Place
  • Create a Study Survival Kit
  • Communicate, Communicate, Communicate



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