Nos gustaría recibir su opinión sobre cómo lo estamos haciendo y qué podemos hacer para satisfacer las necesidades de su hijo y su familia. Sus comentarios nos ayudarán en nuestra planificación para el próximo año. Gracias por tomarse el tiempo para completar esta encuesta. https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/ParentSurveyFY22Spanish
We would like your input on how we are doing and what we can do to meet your child and family’s needs. Your feedback will assist us in our planning for next year. Thank you for taking time to complete this survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FY22WCSDParent
Read Across America Week is next week! We have lots of fun things planned! Please see below for Dress up Days. We will have a door decorating contest for the teachers, daily giveaways for the students, and a Holt's Doughnut Party for the class that participates the most! Can't wait to celebrate this special week!! Dress Up Days Monday (March 1st)- Mustache Monday- The Lorax- Wear a Mustache or Orange Tuesday (March 2nd)- Oh the Places You will Go.. Dress as the career you want.. or Wear College shirts.. or Dress as a Tourist Visiting a Destination they want to Visit.. Wednesday (March 3rd).. Wacky Wednesday.. Wear Mismatched Clothes. Thursday (March 4th)... Thing One and Thing Two- Grab a Twin and Dress Up As Twins Friday- (March 5th) Cat in the Hat Day- Wear Favorite Hat **Of course all of this will need to meet dress code standards.
Hello Parents, Guardians, and Learning Coaches, Ware Middle Staff continues to prioritize the needs of our students. We have used feedback from surveys to address the needs of our parents and students. We address these needs each month using the Home and School Connection newsletter. Our newsletter provides practical ideas to promote academic success, parenting tips, healthy habits, positive character traits and more. English- https://5il.co/po4x Spanish-https://5il.co/po4y Here are a few tips to help cope with the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. *Children will follow your lead. Try to stay calm and stick to your normal routines as much as possible—this can limit the stress kids feel in uncertain times. *Ask your teenagers what they’ve heard about coronavirus. This will give you the chance to clear up any misconceptions they may have, perhaps as a result of rumors circulating in school or on social media. *Reassure them that following common-sense advice (washing their hands frequently, staying home if they are sick) is the best way they can help. *It’s natural for teens to feel disappointed when events are canceled. Empathize with them, and consider doing special at-home activities. Examples: Hold a family movie night, and have them set up a “concession stand” that offers treats like microwave popcorn and pretzels. Play games like Pictionary, charades, or Trivial Pursuit—you might even play with relatives via video chat. *If your middle or high schoolers have online assignments, let them set up a quiet area where they can work. You might suggest that they start a remote study group with friends. They can use phone calls or video chats to discuss books they’re reading or quiz each other on material.
We will be starting our 50/50 Raffle fundraiser tomorrow and it will go through to the last Friday of February (02/26/2021). Tickets ($3 each) are being sold at the front office of the school, as well as in the afternoon car rider line. We hope to also offer them in the morning car rider drop off. We greatly appreciate your support!! Anyone can purchase tickets!
Happy Monday, everyone! Tutoring for Ware County Middle School will begin after February 1st. If you received a tutoring form from your student and haven't returned it, please do so as soon as possible. If you did not receive a form and feel as though your student needs additional assistance through tutoring, we may have a few available spots left. You may contact the school to be added onto the waitlist.
Hello Parents/Family Members, Ware Middle would like to highlight some important topics that are covered in the December edition of the “Home and School Connection Newsletter”. This edition offers ideas that can help you support your child by modeling a positive mindset, encouraging completion of work while demonstrating the consequences of poor work ethic, and the importance of planning ahead when writing. We have been targeting the social and emotional needs of our students. This month, there are tips that provide support to parents in dealing with peer pressure and how to be a positive force in your child’s life through your language. Take time to discuss how everyday interactions with students, peers, and adults affect their learning. Be sure to read the “Plan ahead for better essays” section to help your child develop and practice writing skills. Talk to your child about what they are learning. Remember to reach out to your child’s teacher(s) if you feel a need to discuss your child’s progress. December 2020 English- https://5il.co/nkx3 December 2020 Spanish-https://5il.co/nkxd
Good afternoon! All cookie dough fundraiser order forms and money need to be turned in tomorrow morning to your child’s homeroom teacher. Please make sure all student information is filled out on the form. Thank you all so much for making this a great fundraiser! We look forward to seeing everyone at school tomorrow!
Happy Thanksgiving!! Please continue to sell cookie dough through this next week. All orders will be due on Monday, Nov. 30th upon our return. We hope you have a wonderful week! Take care & stay safe!
If you would like to pick up breakfast and lunch for your child, please go to the Ware County homepage and create a profile. It is listed under Dining. You will then need to click on Digital Learning Pickup under miscellaneous on the left. The meals will need to be picked up Monday in the afternoon car rider pickup area from 9:00a.m. until 10:00a.m (see link below). Students will need to work on their assignments daily in Google Classrooms. Teachers will post videos and conduct Google Meets with students. Please email your child’s teacher if you need any assistance or clarification. The attendance will be taken care of through the school for traditional students. You may view progress reports through the parent portal. Traditional students will receive them after Thanksgiving break. Digital parents will be able to pick them up in the office. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdqKIyeEmn4UVgO-4T7G8GL9tOuN2zFdFeZ9NS4SY9YF72Aeg/viewform
Good news!! We’ve extended the Cookie Dough fundraiser to Monday, November 16th! All orders must be turned in on Monday to meet the deadline. Please remember if you purchase cookie dough through our online payment system, to type the student’s name & homeroom teacher in the description. We want all students to get the credit they deserve for the sales! Also, ALL COOKIE DOUGH orders will have to be picked up at the school when they come in. We will send out an announcement when we get that date!! Thank you so much for all of your support! https://osp.osmsinc.com/WareGA/BVModules/CategoryTemplates/Detailed%20List%20with%20Properties/Category.aspx?categoryid=HG553
Good afternoon! Today, we sent home fundraiser information with our students. We would LOVE for everyone to sell at least 5 items if possible! We are selling cookie dough as well as other items online! There is a letter with the flyers that explain all about the fundraiser and how to place an order. We wanted to make it easy for students to sell cookie dough without having to collect money so we have setup all of the cookie dough options through our Online Payment System. Follow this link to order! https://tinyurl.com/y2rzomud Please make sure to include the students name and their homeroom when placing an order so we know who to give the credit to!! Digital students can get involved too! Just stop by the front office to pickup a fundraiser packet!! If you have any questions, please contact the school at 912-287-2341. Have a GREAT evening!
Due to the current pandemic, we are not hosting any meetings in person. Instead, we would like to invite you to view our Annual Title I Parent Meeting. The link below will take you to a recording of our meeting which is located on our school's website. We look forward to partnering with you this school year and appreciate your feedback. GOOO Gators!! When you click on the preferred language link, complete the form and click submit to be advanced to the video presentation. English-https://forms.gle/d1oY47FaEWjd7J467 Spanish-https://forms.gle/rR7S9wNNyW3KsU1q6 Have a wonderful day!
Good Morning: Due to the current pandemic, we are not hosting parent meetings in person. Instead, we would like to invite you to view our Annual Title I Parent Meeting virtually. A link will be shared later this week that will take you to a recording of our meeting which will be located on our school's website. We look forward to partnering with you this school year and appreciate your feedback. Have a great day, and go GATORS! Stay tuned for this important meeting!
Check out our new Home and School Connection Newsletter called Middle Years: Working Together for School Success for the month of October! You can access them here. English: https://5il.co/lr29 Spanish: https://5il.co/lr2a We hope that the month of October brings you great experiences and memories with your family!
Wear Blue on Monday 10-5-20!! Help us Stomp Out Bullying! #BLUEup
Wear BLUE to hep promote World Day of Bullying Prevention. #BlueUp 10/05/2020
Get Your Yearbooks!
Get Your Yearbooks!
We are so excited to announce the launch of an online payment system for our school!!! Check out the link below to see our new online payment system. The system is designed to offer our parents and guardians the convenience of using debit/credit cards for anything we are collecting money for at school. The site is extremely user friendly! Simply create a username and password using your email address and you will be able to pay for school expenses from anywhere! https://tinyurl.com/y2rzomud If you have any questions, please contact our bookkeeper, Mrs. Herrin, @ 912-287-2341