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Congratulations to the Washington Middle School Mathcounts team.  They placed first as a team at our regional competition held at the University of Montana.  The official team is made up of Oliver Chinn, Wyatt Brown, Finn Westenfelder and Theresa Liu.  They will compete in the State Mathcounts Competition in March.   We are very proud of you!

Congratulations Ella Hutchinson!  CSPD V awarded Ella with the Yes, I Can Award.  She will receive this award at the Montana Council for Exceptional Children Conference on February 6th in Bozeman.  Way to go Ella! 
 
Yearbooks are now on sale!  All cash/check orders are due to your homeroom teacher by February 6th.  Online orders will run through March 2nd.  You will need the following information for online orders:

Website: ybpay.lifetouch.com    ID code: 2047315 

 
Teamed for Success!

 

645 West Central
Missoula, MT 59801

 

 The first bell rings at 8:07 a.m.

The tardy bell rings at 8:15 a.m.

Dismissal occurs at 3:25 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Early dismissal occurs at 2:25 p.m. on Thursdays. 

 

Phone: 542-4085
Fax: 721-7346
Attendance Hotline: 728-2400 Ext.4867

 

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Thank you Ace Hardware!
 
Ace Hardware has donated 30 snow shovels to Washington Middle School.  This will help with our community projects. 
 
 Recycling
 Sentinel Mechanical Plumbing & Heating has graciously offered to sponsor Washington Middle School's recycling.  Thank you!  We really appreciate it!  
 

The Missoula County Youth Crisis Diversion Project recently launched a website to guide parents and other professionals through crisis situations and community services. It gives adults ideas for interventions to try with youth in a variety of crises, and then breaks down who they should call if they need outside help. It also gives overviews of systems the youth may be involved in such as mental health, school, Youth Court, Child and Family Services, etc. and provides contact information for a wide range of agencies and providers. The website is www.missoulayouthcrisis.org and was generously funded by Missoula County Public Schools Department of Education Counseling Grant  and Youth Homes.

 

The school nurse tracks illness trends by keeping track of the number of students out with fever.  If your child is home and has a fever, please mention that in your message.  Your child should remain home for a full 24 hours, fever free, before returning to school.  Thank you. 

 

 


 

 

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