Principal's Welcome Message
Weston Middle Principal
Assistant Principal's Message
Dear Students, Staff, and Parents:
I am thrilled to serve as the Weston Middle School Assistant Principal. At WMS, our students are properly prepared to be 21st Century thinkers using critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication to develop their decision-making and problem solving skills. The middle school’s diverse educational programs and co-curricular activities allow students to explore their interests and have new experiences out of their comfort zone. Using inquiry-based learning and rigorous content, our educators challenge all students to explore real-world problems and engage in meaningful learning.
The teachers and administrative team hold the highest standards for all students at WMS. High expectations for student respect, responsibility, and integrity help create a positive learning environment where all students feel enthusiastic about their school experiences. It is our goal that each child will reach their greatest potential both academically and behaviorally, along with being fully prepared for success in college and in their career.
The collaboration with the staff, students, families, and community members at Weston Middle School creates a culture that promotes the philosophy of life-long learning. It is my belief that this is the type of culture where all members of our school community can thrive.
As a member of your school community, I am excited to support your families in preparing our students at WMS for success. My office door is always open. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Dru A. Walters
Weston Middle School
Weston Middle School, in partnership with the community strives to empower students to become successful through dynamic, differentiated, and authentic learning experiences, while supporting their transition from childhood to adolescence.
Our principal goal at Weston Middle School is stated in our mission. In partnership with the community our staff strives to empower students to become successful through dynamic, differentiated and authentic learning experiences, while supporting their transition from childhood to adolescence.
Our curriculum and instruction intertwine concepts, content, and skills to engage students providing them with opportunities to develop and demonstrate their proficiency in the following district foundational, academic, personal, and social competencies.
This section contains the Weston Middle School Community Handbook for students, parents and staff. It contains important information regarding expectations and procedures.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Lost and Found?
Lost and Found is located in the Cafetaria.
The Main Office will hold cell phones, watches, eyeglasses and any valuables.
Do I have to call the main office for my child's absence or tardy?
Always call first thing in the morning to report an absence or if your child will be late.
Can my child have an Ipod or cell phone in school?
Ipods are not allowed in school. Cell phone use during the school day is also prohibited. Any student bringing a cell phone to school must keep it in his/her locker during the school day.
For more information regarding school policies, please see the Parent/Student Handbook below.
For information regarding curriculum, please see the Program of Studies below.
What is the procedure for picking up my child early from school?
Your child should bring in a note from you to the main office on arrival to school. He will receive an early dismissal slip which is to be signed by his teacher and will enable hm/her to leave class. On his way out he is to drop off the slip to security.
Parents are required to come to the front office if no permission slip was written or there is an emergency leave required.