Principal's Welcome

Mr. Robert Watson

Phone: (517) 655-4668 x6001

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Mr. Robert Watson

Welcome to Williamston Middle School! This site is designed to provide you with information related to the day to day activities of the school as well as specific information related to policy, procedure, news, celebrations, and links to important aspects of our building and district. If you are a community member, we are thankful for your loyal support and appreciate your trust in sending your student to our school. If you are interested in learning more about our school and our district, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to sharing with you how Williamston Community Schools set themselves apart.

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  • VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BOOK FAIR !

    We are looking for volunteers to help out with our annual Book Fair!  If you are available on any of the following dates, please click on the link below to sign up.  Thank you for your help! 

    Book Fair dates/times:  October 30, 31, November 1, 3 – 7:45am-3:00pm.  On November 2, the Book Fair will be open during the half day for students and during Parent/Teacher Conferences – 12-3pm & 5-8pm.

    www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0844AAAD29ABFE3-help1

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  • HEALTH HEROES MICHIGAN FLU SHOT CLINIC  *****CHANGE OF DATE

    Health Heroes Michigan will be coming to Williamston Community Schools on October 18, 2017, to vaccinate students for the flu.  IIV-4 Flu shots will be used.  If you would like to have your student vaccinated, parents must fill out and sign the consent form found in the attachment, below.

    Time: 

    Williamston Middle 10:30AM-12:30PM

    Health Heroes Permission Form

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  • Supply Lists

    Dear Families,

    We are really excited about this upcoming school year and hope you and your student(s) are, as well! Your child will have the opportunity to participate in many different activities, throughout the year, to deepen their understanding of the world around them.   The Middle School provides the necessary supplies.  The following lists represent materials that each student would find beneficial.  

    Strongly Recommended, But Not Required:

    • 3 subject notebook for Language Arts
    • 1 subject notebook for science
    • 4-1 inch binders for each class, or one larger binder to keep classwork organized
    • A separate homework folder is helpful for some students
    • Different color pens (red, blue, black)
    • Pencils
      • Ruler
      • Highlighters
      • One choice book
      • Scientific Calculator— Texas Instruments TI-34, TI-30XIIS, or similar model (this is the same calculator students will use in 7th and 8th grade)

    Recommended, But Not Required:

    • 2 pkgs of lined, 5x7 index cards                 *  Colored pencils and/or markers
    • Package of manual pencil sharpeners                 2 pkgs. of lined, 4x6 index cards           
    • White Lined paper                 *  Post It Notes
    • Protractor/Compass                 *  Glue sticks
    • ¼ inch Graph Paper                 *  Dry erase markers

    ROOM SUPPLY WISH LIST -  These are items that would be helpful for classrooms.  Any donations of these items would be very much appreciated by classroom teachers.  If you are willing to purchase and donate, please deliver directly to one of the core teachers (ELA, Science, Social Studies, Math)

    • Glue sticks * Hand sanitizer
    • 2-3 rolls of paper towels * Dry erase markers
    • Highlighters * Disinfecting wipes
    • Pencils * Colored pencil/markers
    • 3 boxes of Kleenex (we’ll need more in January! J )
    • Red, blue or black pens
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