About this school
Washington Middle offers a variety of relevant and rigorous educational opportunities to meet the needs of its diverse population.
Support programs provide services to disadvantaged, second language, special needs, at-risk and academically gifted and talented students. Community service remains an integral part of the educational experience, with teachers planning service-learning opportunities for their students.
The school is a state MATHCOUNTS champion, and a national champion in chess. Students compete in science fairs, botball and first lego league robotics, spelling bee, video production, art and music competitions and chess. Athletically, the school offers canoe paddling, wrestling, grade 6 track, cross country, an intramural and extramural program and special olympics.
Washington Middle is fortunate to have an active parent organization, the WMS Ohana, as well as the School Community Council to assist in school improvement initiatives.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
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2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
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PRIOR REPORTS: 2017-18 Report | 2016-17 Report | 2015-16 Report | 2014-15 Report | 2013-14 Report | 2012-13 Report
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