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  • North Carolina law now requires Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines for entry into 7th grade.  Please bring to school proof of vaccination as soon as possible.  ​
Welcome to Wake Forest Middle School

Welcome to Wake Forest Middle School's website. We thank you for visiting! We are proud to showcase who we are and what we do.  Wake Forest Middle School (WFMS) is located in Wake Forest, North Carolina serving students in grades 6-8.  Our colors are Red, White, and Blue and our mascot is the Cougar! We are always striving for improvement so please send us your suggestions.  A special thank you to our PTSA for funding our website and to Ron Shaw for developing our site.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (919) 554-8440.

Our Mission Statement: Wake Forest Middle will provide all students with opportunities for significant growth so they will successfully transition to high school, graduate on time, and become productive citizens.

Schedule Walk Through for NEW Students

Principal’s Message: August 25, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of your Wake Forest Middle School.   

This message is regarding our schedule walk through for new students only. Returning students already know the layout of the school so we ask those students not to come tomorrow. We will have an Open House on September 22nd from 6-8 p.m. for returning parents to meet their child’s teachers.     

If you are a 6th grader or new to our school for the 2016-2017 school year, please join us for a floating Schedule Walk Through from 1-3.  It will be held tomorrow, August 26th.  Please note that parking is limited so I encourage you to carpool.  No one can park in the bus lot because our buses are in operation at the present time. 

Do not forget to bring your child’s schedule.  We will have representatives from our PTSA, Transportation, Cafeteria, and more available to answer your questions.  A word of warning – our transportation line gets backed up quickly.  Please go to the Transportation website to locate your bus information to avoid long lines. 

I look forward to meeting all of our new Cougars tomorrow.  As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   Thank you and have a Cougartastic last two days of summer! 


by posted 08/25/2016
Athletic Try Outs

Principal’s Message: August 25, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of Wake Forest Middle School.   

This message is regarding Fall sports information.  Fall Sports include: Football, Girls Volleyball Girls Soccer, and Cheerleading.  Parents of sixth graders can disregard this message.  In Wake County, sixth graders are not allowed to participate in sports at the middle school level. 

Every student must have a physical signed by medical personnel prior to trying out for a sport.  This physical form can be found within the packet that all student athletes must have completed prior to trying out for a sport.  More information can be found by accessing WCPSS’s website at the following address: http://www.wcpss.net/Page/1465.  The forms must be submitted to coach Barbour.  He will issue a ticket for your child to try out. 

For fall sports, coaches typically have an interest meeting on the first day after school.  This would be on August 29th from 2:30 – 4:00.  Rides should be at school no later than 4:00. Try outs will begin on Tuesday, coaches will give out the times at the interest meeting.  Final selection is at the end of the week. Please note, dates and times are subject to change depending on the coach’s discretion.   Please plan now if you plan on participating.  At this time, I am not sure whether there will be activity buses available for after-school transport.  They certainly will not be available for the first 30 days.

I encourage all 7th and 8th graders to try out for a sport if you are interested.  You will never make a team you don’t try out for.  At WFMS, students are students first and athletes second.  Anyone selected on one of our teams is held to the highest standards of conduct.  Sportsmanship is a key skill our athletic department stresses. 

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   Thank you and have a Cougartastic last two days of summer! 


by posted 08/25/2016
Principals Message 08/22/16

Principal’s Message: August 22, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of your Wake Forest Middle School.   This message is some general reminders that will apply to all students.

Many of you know I am from Lafayette, Louisiana and spent last week there helping my home community deal with the horrific flooding.  Seeing the damage first hand was a life-changing experience as my childhood home was flooded.  I would like our school’s first philanthropic service project for 2016-2017 school year to collect school supplies for students who lost everything in the flood.  Their school started the day before the rain fell and many students have been impacted.  We will partner with Scott Elementary School in Lafayette Parish.  This school will hold 75% of the students from the school that was irrevocably damaged during the storms.  I have been promised the supplies will go directly to students and teachers. We already have a volunteer to drive the supplies down. Please join me in turning their loss into “LOSS - Lots of School Supplies” for Lafayette Parish students and teachers.  Bring your donations to our front office, every single pencil helps!

Our schedule walk through is for new students only on Friday from 1-3 p.m.  Returning students already know the school’s layout.  We want this time for new students to become familiar with our campus in preparation for the first day of school. 

We have changed our student electronics procedure based upon our observations from last year.  Students may continue to bring electronic devices to school.  However, students should not wear earbuds or headphones anywhere in the building except when allowed by a staff member.  All earbuds and headphones should be put away and not visible to staff or they may be confiscated.  Students may listen to their electronics during lunch (with team approval) and before walking into the school building or after exiting the school building.  It is up to the individual teachers whether or not a student can use them in class.

Our schedules were mailed out last week and should be arriving this week.  Please note, these are subject to change and many have been changed already. 

You can always find out the latest information on our website, wfmiddleschool.com.  Or join me on Twitter….@WFMSPrincipal.  Our school’s twitter account is @WakeForestMidSc. 

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   Thank you and have a Cougartastic last week of the summer! 


by posted 08/22/2016
Carpool Information 08/22/16

Principal’s Message: August 22, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of your Wake Forest Middle School.   This message is in regard to carpool.  If your child will be walking or riding the bus for both the morning and afternoon, please disregard this message.

We are changing our morning carpool routes given the bridge closure on Rogers Road.  This summer we have noticed a significant increase in traffic in front of our school since the Rogers Bridge has closed.  There are four schools within a few blocks of our school which will be in session.  I expect the traffic situation to get worse until the bridge opens in November.  I want everyone to be aware of these concerns as I need everyone’s cooperation in carpool. 

Given this situation, I am changing our morning carpool arrival.  Cars will now be directed by staff to proceed to the roundabout down by our football field.  This will get more cars off Main Street so our buses and students can arrive on time.  Once cars make the loop and reach our gym, students will be released from the vehicle beginning at the fence line.  When our carpool traffic naturally stops, students will be released wherever their car is situated.  Parents, you should NOT expect to release your child at our front doors.  They need to be prepared and exit the vehicle as soon as possible once directed by staff. Students should not have to get their belongings out of the trunk as this holds up our carpool. This applies to ALL students, including our new 6th graders and band students.  No one is to hold up traffic to drop their child off at our front doors.  Staff will be positioned in our parking lot to direct traffic and release students.  Please adhere to all staff directives in carpool. 

Our bus lot is not to be used as a drop off point for students.  Our bus lot is reserved for our buses and students with special needs.  

We only have a 17 second green light out of our parking lot.  I encourage parents to turn right out of our lot

I am requesting that parents not park and walk their students into the school the first week of school. This will compound our traffic problems.  Staff will be stationed throughout the school to guide students to the appropriate location.  Parents of new students, please use the schedule walkthrough on August 26th from 1-3 to orient your child to campus.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   Thank you and have a Cougartastic last week of the summer! 


by posted 08/22/2016
Bus transportation message 08/22/16

Principal’s Message: August 22, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of Wake Forest Middle School.     This message is in regard to bus transportation.  Carpool students and walkers can disregard.  I will be sending other important messages for you today.

 Parents, bus routes are now online.  If you have a parent portal account or students you can use your PowerSchool account and see the information under the heading transportation.  This will tell you your assigned bus route and bus stop location.  All bus stop locations and times can be found via WCPSS’s website located at http://webarchive.wcpss.net/school-directory/bus-routes/592.html.  If you find this information is incorrect, please sent a message to the transportation department via the website. 

Students who were set up for bus transportation last year in WCPSS and have had no changes to their address should already be set up with transportation to start the school year. This is true for our sixth graders who were in WCPSS last school year as long as nothing has changed.  Parents of students who are new to WCPSS and registered before July 25 should also have assigned bus routes.  Parents if you have changed address or need to change your transportation status from last year, you need to visit our transportation website at http://www.wcpss.net/domain/30.  Students who are here on a transfer which means we are not your base or calendar option school will not receive transportation for at least the first 30 school days.  This is true even if you did receive it last year.  Requests for Joint Custody dual bus stops, alternate stops cannot be sent in until after the first 30 days of school.   More information about transportation ineligible students can be found online at https://webarchive.wcpss.net/parents/transportation/transportation-ineligible/. I would encourage every parent to free up your schedule in case you need to drop off or pick up your child.  Students need to be at their assigned stop no later than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled stop.  Please be patient the first few weeks of school until bus patterns have been set up. 

 Parents if you have transportation questions, please email me at .  I will be happy to assist you with this information if I can.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   Our support staff is back and catching up on calls so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic last week of the summer! 


by posted 08/22/2016
Bus transportation message 8/15/16

Principal’s Message: August 15, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of Wake Forest Middle School.   This message is in regard to bus transportation.  Carpool parents and walkers can hit that erase button.

 Students who were set up for bus transportation last year in WCPSS and have had no changes to their address should already be set up with transportation to start the school year. This is true for our sixth graders who were in WCPSS last school year as long as nothing has changed.  Parents of students who are new to WCPSS and registered before July 25 should also have assigned bus routes.  Parents if you have changed address or need to change your transportation status from last year, you need to visit our transportation website at http://www.wcpss.net/domain/30.  Students who are here on a transfer which means we are not your base or calendar option school will not receive transportation for at least the first 30 school days.  This is true even if you did receive it last year.  Requests for Joint Custody dual bus stops, alternate stops cannot be sent in until after the first 30 days of school.   More information about transportation ineligible students can be found online at https://webarchive.wcpss.net/parents/transportation/transportation-ineligible/. I would encourage every parent to free up your schedule in case you need to drop off or pick up your child.  Students need to be at their assigned stop no later than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled stop.  Please be patient the first few weeks of school until bus patterns have been set up. 

We are pleased to announce that beginning August 19th, parents can see their child’s bus information by logging into your Parent Portal account. They will be posted under the transportation icon.  If your information is incorrect, please visit the transportation website. 

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   We have a limited support staff until August 22nd, so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic last week of the summer! 


by posted 08/15/2016
Principals Weekly Message

Principal’s Message: August 12, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of your Wake Forest Middle School.   This message is in regard to carpool.  If your child will be walking or riding the bus for both the morning and afternoon, please disregard this message.

We are changing our morning carpool routes given the bridge closure on Rogers Road.  This summer we have noticed a significant increase in traffic in front of our school since the Rogers Bridge has closed.  There are four schools within a few blocks of our school which will be in session.  I expect the traffic situation to get worse until the bridge opens in November.  I want everyone to be aware of these concerns as I need everyone’s cooperation in carpool. 

Given this situation, I am changing our morning carpool arrival.  Cars will now be directed by staff to proceed to the roundabout down by our football field.  This will get more cars off Main Street so our buses and students can arrive on time.  Once cars make the loop and reach our gym, students will be released from the vehicle beginning at the fence line.  When our carpool traffic naturally stops, students will be released wherever their car is situated.  Parents, you should NOT expect to release your child at our front doors.  They need to be prepared and exit the vehicle as soon as possible once directed by staff. Students should not have to get their belongings out of the trunk as this holds up our carpool. This applies to ALL students, including our new 6th graders and band students.  No one is to hold up traffic to drop their child off at our front doors.  Staff will be positioned in our parking lot to direct traffic and release students.  Please adhere to all staff directives in carpool. 

Our bus lot is not to be used as a drop off point for students.  Our bus lot is reserved for our buses and students with special needs.  

We only have a 17 second green light out of our parking lot.  I encourage parents to turn right out of our lot

I am requesting that parents not park and walk their students into the school the first week of school. This will compound our traffic problems.  Staff will be stationed throughout the school to guide students to the appropriate location.  Parents of new students, please use the schedule walkthrough on August 26th from 1-3 to orient your child to campus.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   We have a limited support staff until August 22nd, so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic rest of the summer!

 


by posted 08/11/2016
Principals Weekly Message 08/08/16

Principal’s Message: August 9, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of Wake Forest Middle School.   

This message is regarding Fall sports information.  Fall Sports include: Football, Girls Volleyball Girls Soccer, and Cheerleading.  Parents of sixth graders can disregard this message.  In Wake County, sixth graders are not allowed to participate in sports at the middle school level. 

Every student must have a physical signed by medical personnel prior to trying out for a sport.  This physical form can be found within the packet that all student athletes must have completed prior to trying out for a sport.  More information can be found by accessing WCPSS’s website at the following address: http://www.wcpss.net/Page/1465

For fall sports, coaches typically have an interest meeting on the first day after school.  This would be on August 29th from 2:30 – 3:30.  Try outs begin the next day, usually between 2:30 and 4:30.  Final selection is at the end of the week. Please note, dates and times are subject to change depending on the coach’s discretion.   Please plan now if you plan on participating.  At this time, I am not sure whether there will be activity buses available for after-school transport.  They certainly will not be available for the first 30 days.

I encourage all 7th and 8th graders to try out for a sport if you are interested.  You will never make a team you don’t try out for.  At WFMS, students are students first and athletes second.  Anyone selected on one of our teams is held to the highest standards of conduct.  Sportsmanship is a key skill our athletic department stresses. 

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   We have a limited support staff until August 22nd, so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic rest of the summer! 


by posted 08/08/2016
Principal's Message 08/07/16

August 7, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of your Wake Forest Middle School.  This information will also be on our website: wfmiddleschool.com.  Today’s information is parent portal requests and requests regarding your child’s schedule.

Please do not call our front office to find out your Parent Portal or Student log-in.  If you already have a Parent Portal account and need assistance, please email Mary Hayes, our Data Manager Extraordinaire, who will help you as soon as she is able.  Her email is

If you do not have a Parent Portal account and have not requested one, visit our district’s website located here: http://www.wcpss.net/Domain/69.  Two options are available: one for you to mail in and one for you to drop off at school.  If you mail it in, it needs to be notarized.  More information is available on the link. 

If you are new to Wake County Schools, you completed the paperwork when you enrolled your child in our school.  You will be receiving your Parent Portal information during our schedule walk through. 

Once you access your child’s schedule, please contact me with any schedule requests.  We are not dealing with elective choice issues at this time.  We are only correcting schedules that have errors, such as no math class/repeated courses/etc.  My email is .

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   We have a limited support staff until August 22nd, so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic rest of the summer! 

 


by posted 08/07/2016
Principal's Weekly Message 08/02/16

Principal’s Message: August 3, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, principal of Wake Forest Middle School.   

I’m apologizing in advance but I will be making numerous phone calls prior to the beginning of the school year with important information to start the school year.  This information will also be on our website: wfmiddleschool.com.  Today’s information is about student arrival and dismissal from school and bus routes.

Students may arrive at 7:10 but must be seated by 7:40. Students will report directly to their Homeroom (first period class) upon arrival with the exception of 6th grade who will report to the cafeteria initially.  Students who walk to school need to use the walk paths that are set up by our gym.  No one should arrive prior to 7:10 as we do not have staff available for supervision. 

 Our school day ends at 2:25 and students should leave campus no later than 2:45 unless they are staying afterschool for an event.

Students who were set up for bus transportation last year in WCPSS and have had no changes to their address should already be set up with transportation to start the school year. This is true for our sixth graders who were in WCPSS last school year as long as nothing has changed.  Parents of students who are new to WCPSS and registered before July 25 should also have assigned bus routes.  Parents if you have changed address or need to change your transportation status from last year, you need to visit our transportation website at http://www.wcpss.net/domain/30.  Students who are here on a transfer which means we are not your base or calendar option school will not receive transportation for at least the first 30 school days.  This is true even if you did receive it last year.  Requests for Joint Custody dual bus stops, alternate stops cannot be sent in until after the first 30 days of school.   More information about transportation ineligible students can be found online at https://webarchive.wcpss.net/parents/transportation/transportation-ineligible/. I would encourage every parent to free up your schedule in case you need to drop off or pick up your child.  Students need to be at their assigned stop no later than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled stop.  Please be patient the first few weeks of school until bus patterns have been set up. 

Our bus routes will be posted online the week before school starts. We will send a message when they are available.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   We have a limited support staff until August 22nd, so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic rest of the summer! 


by posted 08/03/2016
Update to Student Schedules

Parent portal is up and running.  Students can access their PowerSchool account and parents can access Parent Portal.  Please note, these are not final schedules.  Final schedules are not set until after the tenth day of school when the ten day count is rectified.  We will continue to make schedule changes throughout the summer.  Please check back every few weeks until school starts.  Today's schedule may not be the final version. 

 

We will not make any schedule changes based upon student or parent preference until after the first ten days of school.  We will make changes on schedules that are missing classes, repeating classes, or are a pressing concern.  Being on a team with your BFF or with a specific teacher is not a pressing concern and we will not accommodate these requests.  We do try to accommodate most schedule changes; however, we have to balance teams, classes, and schedules for all students.  If you are unhappy with your assigned elective, students will need to see theri Guidance Counselor after August 29th. Our main focus is making sure each student has a complete schedule to follow the first week of school.  Please email me at sweddle@wcpss.net for any pressing schedule concerns.  

 

Thank you for your attention and have a Cougartastic evening!

 


by posted 08/02/2016
Principal's Weekly Announcement

Principal’s Message: July 29, 2016

Good afternoon Cougar Families.  This is Stacey Weddle, the proud principal of your Wake Forest Middle School.  This is my first messenger of the 2016-2017 school year and you are receiving this message because this phone number is linked to one of our students.  If this is an error and you do not have a child attending WFMS in August, please call 9195548440 and press 0.  We will work to remove you from this messenger service. 

All schools in Wake County have a new phone system.  The only number you now need to call is 9195548440.  A menu will be provided for you to select the appropriate school personnel or you can press 0.  All other phone numbers have been disconnected.  

I will be making numerous phone calls prior to the beginning of the school year with important information to start the school year.  This information will also be on our website: wfmiddleschool.com.  Today’s information is about student schedules and our new student schedule walk through. 

Beginning Monday August 1st, PowerSchool will open.  We will be mailing schedules for all new students including all 6th graders around the 15th of August.  Returning students and/or parents can view their child’s schedule for the 2016-2017 school year via PowerSchool/Parent Portal.  We would like all students to double check their schedules if possible to ensure you have at least 6 courses: math, language arts, science, social studies, PE, and between one to four electives for the school year.  For most students, your first period class (Homeroom) is the same as your second period.  If you notice any errors, please send an email to me directly. My email is .  

We will not make any schedule changes based upon student or parent preference until after the first ten days of school.  We will make changes on schedules that are missing classes, repeating classes or are a pressing concern.  Being on a team with your BFF or with a specific teacher is not a pressing concern and we will not accommodate these requests. We do try to accommodate most schedule changes; however, we have to balance teams, classes, and schedules for all students.  If you are unhappy with your assigned electives, students will need to see their Guidance Counselor after August 29th.  Our main focus is making sure each student has a schedule to follow the first weeks of school. 

In preparation for August 29th, our first day of school, we will be holding a schedule walk through on August 26th from 1-3 p.m.  Students who are new to our campus should bring their schedule and can find all their classes.  Returning students are already familiar with our campus and should not attend the schedule walk through. 

As a reminder, students may arrive on campus at 7:10 but must be seated in their homeroom class by 7:40.  Our school day ends at 2:25.  Students should be picked up before 2:40 at the latest. 

As always, please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions about this message.   We have a limited support staff until August 22nd, so be patient with our response time.  Thank you and have a Cougartastic rest of the summer! 


by posted 07/29/2016
Suggest School Supplies for 2016-2017

2016-2017 Suggested School Supply List:

Please note, individual teachers may require additional supplies or not require these items at all. This is a list to get you started as you hit those Back to School sales.

 

 

6th Grade

All supplies listed are for the year. Please replenish as needed. 

  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • Graph Paper
  • Blue or Black Pens
  • Red Pens
  • Pencils
  • Colored Pencils/Markers (Non Permanent – No Sharpies Allowed)
  • Highlighters
  • Sheet Protectors
  • 3x5 Index Cards
  • 5 single subject spiral notebooks or composition notebooks
  • Glue Sticks
  • Rolls of Transparent Tape
  • Paper Hole Reinforcers
  • Dividers
  • Portable Hole Punch
  • Pencil Sharpener with dome
  • Pencil Pouch (No Boxes)
  • Flash Drive
  • Ear buds or head phones (to plug into school computers)
  • Combination Lock for P.E.
  • A book bag that is NOT on wheels is recommended!

What to store all of this in?
Students will be traveling from class-to-class and will not be able to visit their lockers between every class. Therefore, an organizational system needs to be established. Some examples of organization would be a large, sturdy 3-ring binder, several smaller individual binders for each class, or an accordion style folder system.


Take advantage of the back to school sales for the following items to be kept at home for students to complete homework, study for tests, and work on projects throughout the year.  Stock up on pencils, pens, paper, posterboard, tape, glue sticks, highlighters, construction paper, index cards, erasers, colored pencils, markers, crayons, notebooks, and folders.  Don’t forget a pencil sharpener, stapler, and hole punch.

 

 

7th Grade

All supplies listed are for the year. Please replenish as needed.  Also, 7th graders will be in the trailers. It would be beneficial to purchase a small portable umbrella or rain jacket to keep at school for rainy days.

  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • Graph Paper
  • Blue or Black Pens
  • Red Pens
  • Pencils
  • Colored Pencils
  • Highlighters
  • Markers (Non Permanent Only – No Sharpies)
  • 3x5 Index Cards
  • Single subject spiral notebooks or composition notebooks (red, yellow, blue, green)
  • Folder with 2 prongs and pockets (red, yellow, blue, green)
  • Tab Dividers
  • Glue Sticks
  • Rolls of Transparent Tape
  • Paper Hole Reinforcers
  • Pencil Sharpener with dome
  • Pencil Pouch (No Boxes)
  • Flash Drive
  • Ear buds or head phones (to plug into school computers)
  • Combination Lock for P.E.
  • Binders will most likely be requested. Please wait for teacher specification.
  • A book bag that is NOT on wheels is recommended!
     

For students enrolled in Common Core I or Common Core II:  It would be beneficial but not mandatory to purchase a TI-84+ calculator. This practice will assist students' transition to high school. In addition, these calculators will be used by the students as they advance through their math courses in high school. We understand the purchase is an investment but students can use the calculator through their college years. Students who have previously purchased other versions of this type of calculator can still use them.  

 

Take advantage of the back to school sales for the following items to be kept at home for students to complete homework, study for tests, and work on projects throughout the year.  Stock up on pencils, pens, paper, poster board, tape, glue sticks, highlighters, construction paper, index cards, erasers, colored pencils, markers, crayons, notebooks, and folders.  Don’t forget a pencil sharpener, stapler, and hole punch.
 

 

 

8th Grade

All supplies listed are for the year. Please replenish as needed. 

  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • Graph Paper
  • Blue or Black Pens
  • Red Pens
  • Pencils
  • Colored Pencils
  • Highlighters
  • Markers (Non permanent only – No Sharpies)
  • 3x5 Index Cards
  • Single subject spiral notebooks or composition notebooks (red, yellow, blue, green)
  • Folder with 2 prongs and pockets (red, yellow, blue, green)
  • Tab Dividers
  • Glue Sticks
  • Rolls of Transparent Tape
  • Paper Hole Reinforcers
  • Pencil Sharpener with dome
  • Pencil Pouch (No Boxes)
  • Flash Drive
  • Ear buds or head phones (to plug into school computers)
  • Combination Lock for P.E.
  • Binders will most likely be requested. Please wait for teacher specification. 
  • A book bag that is NOT on wheels is recommended!


Take advantage of the back to school sales for the following items to be kept at home for students to complete homework, study for tests, and work on projects throughout the year.  Stock up on pencils, pens, paper, posterboard, tape, glue sticks, highlighters, construction paper, index cards, erasers, colored pencils, markers, crayons, notebooks, and folders.  Don’t forget a pencil sharpener, stapler, and hole punch.
 

For students enrolled in Common Core I or Common Core II:  It would be beneficial but not mandatory to purchase a TI-84+ calculator. This practice will assist students' transition to high school. In addition, these calculators will be used by the students as they advance through their math courses in high school. We understand the purchase is an investment but students can use the calculator through their college years. Students who have previously purchased other versions of this type of calculator can still use them.  



 


by posted 07/07/2016
Rising 7th Vaccines Required

 Parents of Rising 7th Graders 

 Padres con Ni├±os Entrando al S├©ptimo Grado

 

North Carolina law now requires Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines for entry into 7th grade.  Please bring to school proof of vaccination as soon as possible.

Ahora la ley de Carolina del Norte requiere las vacunas Tdap y Meningococo para entrar al 7mo grado.  Por favor traiga a la escuela prueba de la vacunaci├³n tan pronto como sea posible .

 

In accordance with  North Carolina State Law (10A NCAC 41A.0401), all students attending public schools, entering the 7th grade are required to receive a Tdap and a Meningococcal vaccine. 

De acuerdo con la Ley del Estado de Carolina del Norte (10A NCAC 41A.0401) , se requiere que todos los estudiantes que asisten a escuelas p├ºblicas, que entran en el s├©ptimo grado para recibir una vacuna Tdap y una vacuna meningoc├³cica .

 

 


by posted 05/24/2016
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