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WMS Demons , 18 minutes ago

Selfie of the week submissions are in! Congratulations to two of our 6th graders for their #insiderecess selfie being chosen this week as the winner! Too fitting considering the weather we've been dealing with. GO DEMONS!!! #WMSDEMONS #GPSCulture #SelfieOfTheWeek view image

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WMS Demons , about 5 hours ago

Boys Basketball Tournament Schedules for 2/16/19 in Williston. GO DEMONS!!! #WMSDEMONS view image

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WMS Demons , about 19 hours ago

Some of Mrs. Houck’s students delivered valentines to our pre-K students today. Having our older kids have the opportunity to be role models and interact with our younger kids is one of my favorite parts of working at WMS! GO DEMONS!!! #WMSDEMONS #GPSCommunity #BeKind #BeAnAwesomizer view image

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WMS Demons , 1 day ago

What an amazing culture of kindness at Washington Middles School! Our tree grew from one simple act of kindness to over 100 acts of kindness by our students/staff!! The tree was put together a few weeks ago by our Pre-K teacher Mrs. Damron to teach our kids about random acts of kindness. #WMSDEMONS #GPSCulture #BringBacktheGoldenRule #BeKind view image

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WMS Demons , 2 days ago

Parent/Guardians, We wanted to share some information with you regarding something that we have be informed a few of our students are participating in. The “Pass Out” challenge is where people attempt to make themselves momentarily pass out by depriving their brain of oxygen. It is NOT a safe activity as many young people believe: * According to the Center for Disease Control, 1,400 children and teens have died from this activity from 2000 to 2015. * Starving the brain of oxygen can cause: ~Seizures ~Brain Damage ~Coma ~Death ~Accidents Concussions may occur from someone losing consciousness and hitting their head on a solid object. A teen died from losing consciousness and then fell on glass slicing his throat. * Please remember that social media does not, many times, provide you with accurate and factual information. We want our kids to be educated and we will be sharing this information with them tomorrow in home room to attempt to better educate them to the risks. We care about every one of our students and their safety is one of our biggest priorities! If you have futher questions about this, please feel free to contact Sherri Nissley- School Counselor or Mark Goyette- Principal.

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WMS Announcements for Friday February 15, 2019 LUNCH: Pizza, corn, fruit & milk or NO Salad BarThose Big Champ members who are responsible for making the good decision books need to see Mrs. Nissley ...

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WMS Announcements for Tuesday February 12 ,2019 LUNCH: Pretzel with cheese, ham, fruit, veggie & milk or Salad Bar 6th grade boys interested in playing basketball this year need to attend a meeting T...

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WMS Announcements for Monday February 11 ,2019 LUNCH: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, dinner roll, fruit, veggie & milk or Salad Bar 6th grade boys interested in playing basketball this ...

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WMS Announcements for Thursday, February 7, 2019 LUNCH: Hot dog, Beans,chips,fruit, veggie, milk or Salad Bar Congratulations to the following students for being selected as January Students of the M...

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WMS Announcements for Wednesday February 6 ,2019 LUNCH: Meatballs,gravy and mashed potatoes, dinner roll ,fruit, veggie, milk or Salad BarHappy Paraprofessional Week to our awesome Paras! All week l...

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