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West Wilson Middle School adopts new character development program

                For the 2016-2017 school year, West Wilson Middle School began a new character development program for all students in grades 6-8.  Created by the Medal of Honor Organization, the goal of this program is to provide students the knowledge and the opportunity to incorporate and to explore the core values of the Medal of Honor.  These values include courage, commitment, sacrifice, patriotism, integrity, and citizenship. 

                Each week students explore, research, and discuss topics presented from the personal accounts of Medal of Honor recipients.  These recipients do not glorify war or the fact that they are Medal of Honor Recipients; however, they do demonstrate many of the principles upon which America was founded in a way that students can understand and relate to their own lives.  Additionally, students are challenged each week to put Medal of Honor core values into practice.  For example, students may be challenged to show courage by sitting next to a new student at lunch, or students may show patriotism by writing a thank you note to a police officer, fireman, or military personnel.  

                Medal of Honor recipient Colonel Jack H. Jacobs states, “The Medal of Honor Character Development Program demonstrates with crystal clarity that our young citizens, those who will carry our democracy into the future, can be taught the importance of service to the community and the core values that made this nation great.”  The faculty of West Wilson Middle School has embraced this worthwhile program to do just that—to teach our students the value and importance of being good citizens and individuals who make valuable contributions to our school and community. 


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West Wilson Middle School is hosting the third annual Wilson County Kids’ Marathon!!

When: May 6, 2017 (This does not interfere with the Kids Rock Marathon in Nashville.)

Where: West Wilson Middle School

                935 N. Mt. Juliet Rd.

                Mt. Juliet, TN 37122

Time: Times will vary based on grade level

                K (half mile) – 8:00 am

                1 –  8:30 am

                2 –  9:00 am

                3 –  9:30 am

                4 – 10:00 am

                5 – 10:30 am

                6 – 11:00 am

                7 and 8 – 11:30 am (6th, 7th, and 8th may be combined at 11:00 depending on entry numbers)

 

Who: Any Wilson County student currently enrolled in kindergarten through eighth grade.

Cost: Prior to February 10 - $20 per child

                After February 10 - $25 per child

All runners that wish to participate must be registered and paid in full BY THURSDAY MARCH 30th

How it works: Children should run 25.2 miles (12.6 for kindergarten) prior to May 6th.  Runners may break this up in any increments they wish and may begin running at any time once their registration has been received.  Attached you will find a runners log with a sample entry completed at the top.   Runners should bring this log with them on race day and will exchange the log for their race number.   On race day, students will run the final mile (1/2 mile for kindergarten) of their marathon.  As they cross the finish line, students will receive their medal and a bottle of water.

All students participating should return the attached form to Mrs. Schwarz at West Wilson Middle School along with the required payment.  Each participant will receive a Wilson County Kids Marathon T-shirt, race number, medal, and water. 

If you have any questions, please email schwarzk@wcschools.com .


STUDENT REGISTRATION 2016-17

New Students to Wilson County Schools 

Families will sign up for a registration time on Sign Up Genius by clicking here . 

                                  2016-17 New Student Registration

Please sign up for an appointment to register your child on this site: Sign up Genius

All new students will need 2 current proof of residence dated after July 1, 2016, (must have parent name and address on the item) and an updated Tennessee Immunization form. Students that have never been enrolled in a Wilson County school will also need a certified birth certificate, Social Security card (requested), proof of a physical exam within 1 year of the enrollment day (August 1, 2015 or later) and custody papers if applicable.

If this is the first time your child will be in a Wilson County school you will need to also place an application in the Skyward program which is on the Wilson County Schools web page under "Parents: New Student Enrollment". The application in Skyward needs to be done prior to coming to your appointment at West Wilson Middle. Please bring all the necessary documents with you when you come to our school for your appointment.

Skyward- Family Access


Returning Students

Returning Wilson County students will register for the 2016/2017 school year online using their family access accounting Skyward. Registration online is open July 5-20th. Families will be required to provide the school with 2 proofs of residency dated after July 1, 2016. 

Wilson County Schools

Proof of Residency

The Primary custodial parent or guardian shall provide two (2) documents that are original (i.e. not a photocopy), recent (dated within the last 30 days), and include the current name and street address of the parent or legal guardian’s primary residency. 

  1. Legal document/lease showing proof of residency for specific address (Notary public or typed/hand written letters from the land owner is not accepted);
  2. Motor vehicle registration with current address;
  3. Current bill assigned to specific address – electric, gas, water, landline telephone (cell phone bill not accepted);
  4. Current bank statement with current address;
  5. Current employment record (example most recent check stub with home address);
  6. Place of registration for voting;
  7. Tennessee Driver’s License with current address;
  8. Tennessee ID with current address; or
  9. Documentation from Tennessee Department of Human/Children’s Services for benefits with the current address. 

The Attendance Director may verify a student’s residency at any time during the school year.  During any such investigation the child shall continue to attend school.

Parents or guardians who use fraudulent address for enrollment may be subject to restitution to the school district or other costs or fees under Tennessee Law (TCA § 49-6-3003).
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