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   Flag Day
   Jun 14 2015
   Last Day of Classes for Preschool-3 and PreK
   Jun 16 2015
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   Jun 17 2015
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   Jun 18 2015



Woodlawn Middle's 2014 School Performance Report

Welcome to Woodlawn Middle School

Mark Your Calendars 

Students should be at school by 8 a.m. & wearing their BCPS I.D.!
Advanced Academics/GT updates for families
Return all overdue library books.  Use WMS e-books to read online.
  Pre-sale of WMS yearbooks underway.  $10 now.  $15 later.  $20 on promotion day.
Thurs., May 28:   National Junior Honor Society Induction at 5pm in cafe
Thurs., May 28: 
Workshop 6pm to 8pm---Dinner with Dr. Lennox Graham:
  "Managing Stress Promotes Better Learning in Math and Reading"

Tues., June 2:  Conference Night for 8th graders
Wed. & Thurs., June 17 & 18:  Half day of school for middle schools
Thurs., June 18:  Last day of school for middle schools
Zumba at WMS: Tues. & Thurs., 3:30--4:30pm--$5 per class or $36/Month

Summer Read
Visit our Virtual Media Center to find a good book!

Get involved!   Which club will you join?---Details here.
    Call Woodlawn Middle with any questions:  410-887-1304  

  Our Administrators:
Ms. Rochelle Archelus, Principal

 
 Ms. Jodi Pasquale, Assistant Principal (6th grade)
Mr. Phillip Robinson, Assistant Principal (7th grade)

 Ms
. Kari Hoehn, Assistant Principal (8th grade)

  
Vision:   Woodlawn MS students will have the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to reach their potential as responsible, productive students as they continue their learning in a high school setting.

Mission:   Through our parent, school, and community partnerships, Woodlawn MS is committed to providing rigorous instruction and develops critical thinking and problem solving skills, empowering all students to achieve academically, compete in a domestic
and global society, and become life-long learners.

The 2015 Online Edition of the Griot student literary magazine is here.

What's Happening

      ---8th graders return all overdue library books and/or take care of your library obligations, so you can participate in any closing activities.
     

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