Middle School

  • 400 North 9th Avenue
  • Winneconne, WI 54986-5000
  • Phone: (920) 582-5800
  • Fax: (920) 582-5812
  • Principal
    Todd Schroeder
Middle School

Supply Lists

Supply Lists are found under the Family Information section of the Middle School Webpage.

You can also click here for the links, then choose the grade(s) that apply.

 

Summer is flying by and we are busy getting ready for a new school year. We can’t wait to see the kids! Mr. Schroeder.

 

Important Middle School Dates and Events in August

OPEN HOUSE for 6th Grade: Tuesday, August 25, from 5:00 – 7:00pm.

OPEN HOUSE for 7th & 8th Grade: Wednesday, August 26, from 5:00 – 7:00pm.

We look forward to seeing you and your child at open house! Students will be able to pick up their class schedule, locker assignment, and meet the teachers. Students will also be able to bring their school supplies to the open house, so they can to get their locker organized and be ready for the first day of school on Tuesday, September 1.

 

COMING SOON! WCSD will have the ability to take online payments through Family Access! We will alert you when this feature is available. Until then, please follow the information below, if you wish to submit your fees before school starts.

 

PAYMENT OF FEES: Lines become very long during our Open House, please consider sending in your fees before the Open House to save time. The middle school office is open during the summer Monday through Thursday from 6:30 am to 4:00 pm and from 6:30 am to 10:30 am on Fridays.

 

START DATES FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL FALL SPORTS:

7th and 8th grade football – August 3. (There is still time to sign up!)

7th and 8th grade volleyball – September 3.

7th and 8th grade cross country – August 24. For more Cross Country information;

http://winneconnecrosscountry.weebly.com/middle-school.html

 

SPORT PHYSICALS: 7thand 8th graders need a WIAA physical form or alternate year card on file, in the middle school office, in order to participate in the school athletic program. Please be sure to get this in as soon as possible. The Physical Form and/or Alternate Year card can be picked up in the Middle School Office or can be downloaded and printed by clicking either of the following hyperlinks:

 

Physical Form

Alternate Year Card

CONCUSSION INFORMATION AGREEMENT FORM: State Statute 118.293 requires all youth sport athletes and parents to sign a Concussion Information Agreement before the athlete is able to participate in any youth sport. Concussion forms will be given to the kids by the coaches on the first day of practice. Middle school athletes ARE NOT required to have a concussion ImPact test done. The concussion ImPact test requirement starts at grade 9. Grade 7 and 8 football players were offered an ImPact test at the end of the school year.

The Concussion Form is available by clicking the link or by stopping by the Middle School Office.

READY SET RELAX: Explores a variety of topics of interest to the soon-to-be middle schooler (incoming Grade 6 and new middle school students). Fun activities, discussions, group interactions, tours of school, personal exploration, and study skills are some of the topics covered. Students will also have the opportunity to meet the middle school principal, get their schedules, locker assignments, and get their school supplies ready for fall. Session dates are August 10 and 11 OR August 17 and 18.


 

 

Welcome to Winneconne Middle school, where we are “learning today and leading tomorrow.” I am Todd Schroeder and it is an honor and privilege to serve the kids, staff and community as the principal at Winneconne Middle School. I have been in education for over 25 years. I taught middle school math for 17 years before becoming the high school assistant principal and athletic director for 6 years. I am excited to be a part of WMS family and I look forward to making memories together as we help build our students' future.

The middle school years are an exciting transitional period between elementary and high school experiences. Middle schools are grounded on the concept of recognizing and addressing the diverse characteristics and needs of our young people. Middle school years provide opportunities to explore many different interests while expanding skills and discovering personal strengths.

Winneconne Middle School was recognized as a school that “Exceeds Expectations” on the last DPI school report card. It is my belief that we have a special group of teachers and support staff working here at Winneconne Middle School. The core class teachers (math, language arts, science, social studies) teachers have standards and learning goals that we hold ourselves accountable for, we aim to make sure all of our learners are learning at high levels. During common planning, the teachers review learning data in order to hold themselves and all of their students accountable to rigorous standards. The staff is committed to working together as teams to ask questions that focus on quality learning opportunities and accountability, aiming for results that reflect continuous improvement. The middle school continues to value improving our students writing as our building level student learning goal for 2015/2016. Every student will complete writing prompt; it is scored twice against a rubric by teachers to ensure reliability. This data is then used by our teachers to create student learning objectives. We will recreate this process in the spring determine if we have met our student learning goals. I believe we will!

Our students work hard and are very busy. We have a 7 period day that includes Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Reading for all students. WMS students have PE every other day and a choice of several high interest encore courses. We are a 1 to 1 technology school. This means that all middle school students will receive a chromebook of their own to use throughout the school year.

It is the expectation of the Winneconne Middle School community that students and staff act responsibly and treat each other with fairness, respect, honesty, and kindness. “That is the “Winneconne Way!’  With the ongoing support and involvement of our parents and communities, we embrace the many opportunities to learn, teach, and appreciate the unique gifts that we can offer to one another.

We encourage questions and for concerns that arise throughout the school year, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher, our office staff, or me personally. I can be contacted at 582-5800 ext 2124 or email at schroedt@w-csd.org

I hope that each student will have an enjoyable, rewarding, and positive experience at Winneconne Middle School.

Todd Schroeder

Winneconne Middle School Principal

 

Winneconne Middle School
400 North 9th Avenue
P.O. Box 5000
Winneconne, WI 54986-5000
Phone:  (920) 582-5800
Fax - (920) 582-5812

FOR MAILING PURPOSES, PLEASE USE
PO Box 5000, Winneconne, WI 54986

  • 233 S. 3rd Ave, Winneconne, WI 54986
  • Phone (920) 582-5802
  • Fax: (920) 582-5816
  • Mailing Address: 233 S. 3rd Ave. PO Box 5000