Student/Parent Handbook & Resources

The WRMS Student/Parent handbook and other resources below are designed to provide a basic overview of the operating procedures, guidelines, rules, and regulations that we follow to support the learning environment here at WRMS. While we do our best to think through all possibilities in advance, this document/web page is in a state of constant refinement as we receive feedback from parents, students, staff, the SAU, School Board, and others. We reserve the right to update items contained in the handbook/web page at any time with all changes reviewed by the School Board on an annual basis.

For Printable Copy of the Student/Parent Handbook - Click Here

Welcome Back Letter for Students and Parents 2018 Year at a Glance 2018-19

Remember: Communication is the key to a successful relationship:

If you have a question, comment, or concern with a teacher, administrator, or other staff member, please contact the person directly involved first as soon as possible. Try to be as calm as possible and have as many details as possible so that the person you are contacting can get started on trying to address the question or concern. If you feel the situation is not resolved, please go to the next person in line.

There are two examples below that help illustrate this chain of command structure that will best support your efforts to resolve a question, concern, or complaint.

Example 1: If you have a question about a missing or inaccurate assignment you see in PowerSchool:

  1. Contact your child's teacher
  2. If you are unsatisfied with their response, contact the Assistant Principal
  3. Still unsatisfied, contact the Principal
  4. Still unsatisfied, contact the Superintendent
  5. Still unsatisfied, contact the School Board

Example 2: If your concern is sports related:

  1. Contact the coach
  2. If unsatisfied, contact the Athletic Director - Brian Contorchick
  3. Still unsatisfied, contact the Principal
  4. Still unsatisfied, contact the Superintendent
  5. Still unsatisfied, contact the School Board