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WEBSTER MIDDLE SCHOOL Every Classroom. Every Student. Every Day.

75 Poland Street  Webster MA, 01570

 Phone: 508-943-1922    Fax: 508-949-2648

School Hours   7:15 – 2:10

Upcoming Events
No events are scheduled.
 
District Announcements
TUMBLEBOOKS LINK


TumbleBook Library is one of three online libraries providing unlimited remote access in a unique reading format.  The TumbleBook Group is constantly adding new ebooks, picture books, puzzles and games as well as other teaching resources.  The Language Learning section has a growing collection of books in Spanish and French, too.


Click here for the TumbleBook reading page:
School Announcements
Standards-Based Grading & Trimester

Webster Middle School has transitioned to Standards-Based Grading System and Trimester reporting schedule.  



Trimester 1:    9/2/15 - 12/4/2015
Trimester 2:  12/7/2015 - 3/18/2016
Trimester 3:  3/21/2016 - 6/17/2015
WMS

 


7:10 am School Breakfast Bell      

7:20 am Students enter the building
7:30 am Academic Day begins
7:35 am Late bell/Advisory Begins
 
11:10 am -12:30 pm Lunches

2:10 Student Dismissal 

 

WMS Open House (Change in Date)
 

We invite all incoming students grades 5 -8 to the beginning of the year Open House on Monday, August 31st from 3:00PM - 4:30 PM.  




During this time you are welcome to walk through and view the building as well as learn about some of the exciting changes for the 2015 -16 school year as we open for the very first time as a true, grades 5-8 middle school. Some topics of interests we would like to share with you:
  • Middle School Philosophy and Learning Teams
  • Standards-based Report Cards
  • Classroom Dojo & Green Team
  • Advisory
  • Interdisciplinary Enrichment Block
  • STEM classes
  • STEAM Vision
WMS Supply Lists
 
Welcome to the 2015-16 School Year!
We look forward to seeing you September 2nd!  To get ready for our new school year you will need the following supplies:




Grade 5 (all students)
  • 6 one subject spiral notebooks (one red, yellow, blue, green, black and purple - labeled with your name only)
  • 5 two-pocket folders (one red, yellow, blue, green, and purple -  labeled with your name only)
  • 1 composition notebook
  • large box of pencils
  • 1 zippered supply pouch
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 box of colored pencils (8-16 count only)
  • 1 box of crayons (8-16 count only)
  • 4 glue sticks
  • 2 pens
  • 2 highlighters
  • 2 small hand pencil sharpeners
  • 1 package of 3x5 lined index cards
  • 1 package of dry erase markers
  • 1 package of large post-it notes
  • 1 package of small post-it notes
  • 1 package of loose leaf paper
Grade 6 (by teaching teams)
Mr. Aronian & Mrs. Brennan
  • 3 inch binder
  • 3 packages of filler paper
  • 1 package of index dividers
  • 2 hole-punched folders
  • 1 subject notebook
  • 12 pencils per quarter
  • 1 zippered supply pouch
  • 1 ruler (inches & centimeters)
  • 1 pair of student scissors
  • 1 box of colored pencils (8-16 count only)
  • 1 box of crayons (8-16 only)
  • 2 glue sticks
  • 2 highlighters (different colors)
  • 1 small hand pencil sharpener
  • 1 package 3x5 lined index cards
Mrs Fitton & Ms. Gingras
  • pencils
  • 3 highlighters
  • rule (with inches and centimeters)
  • scissors
  • colored pencils
  • crayons
  • pencil box/bag
  • 2 three-subject notebooks
  • 3 one-subject notebooks
  • 3 two-pocket folders
  • 3 glue sticks (no liquid please)
Ms. Millet & Mrs. Meade
  • 1 two-inch binder
  • 1 pack of five dividers
  • 2 packages of filler paper
  • 12 pencils per quarter
  • soft zippered pencil case
  • 1 composition notebook
  • 1 one subject notebook 
  • highlighter
  • ruler (with inches & centimeters)
  • scissors
  • colored pencils
  • 4 two-pocket folders with holes punched
  • glue stick
  • small pencil sharpener
  • clip board
​Grade 7 & 8 (all students)
  • ELA 1 inch binder (specificalliy for ELA ), 
    • Folder for binder,
    • 1 subject notebook
    • 2-pocket folder
    • Loose leaf paper, 
    • Pencils,
    • Erasers, 
    • Highlighters, 
    • Dividers for binder.
  • Math 
    • 1 inch binder(specifically for Math ), 
    • Loose leaf paper or notebook to put in binder, 
    • Pencils, 
    • Erasers, 
    • Ruler, 
    • Basic Calculator, 
    • Highlighters, 
    • Folder for binder
    • Small pencil sharpener​
  • Science 
    • ​​1 inch binder(specifically for Science ), 
    • Loose leaf paper,
    • 2 pocket folder
    • Pencils, 
    • Erasers, 
    • Colored pencils, 
    • Folder for binder.
  • History 
    • ​​1 inch binder (specifically for History ), 
    • Loose leaf paper, 
    • 2 pocket folder
    • Pencils, Erasers, 
    • Folder for binder.
  • STEM  (grades 5-8)
    • ​​pencils
    • composition notebook
    • 1 inch binder
Summer Reading
Summer reading is required for all of our students. The choice of what to read is up to parents and students. Our reading list includes suggestions from teachers, librarians, students, parents and community members.

For students entering grade 5 or 6 in the fall - Choose to read any 3 books.
For students entering grade 7 or 8 in the fall - Choose to read any 3 books.
 
Complete a summary for each book read. Your summaries will help you participate in a book chat in September.  The summary should include: the title, author, main characters, setting, problem and solution, or main topic.

 

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