Welcome to the Wamsutta Middle School Website.
Wamsutta Middle School is a dynamic middle school community, grades 5-8, where we believe that “Effort Makes a Difference”. The students and staff at Wamsutta work together in the education process providing every student with the opportunity to learn and grow in a respectful, positive and educationally challenging learning environment. Our students set goals throughout the year, monitor their own progress and make adjustments to their goals or set new goals based on their accomplishments. Also, our students take responsibility for obtaining their Accelerated Reader points by visiting the library regularly, then read, read, read.
We are grateful to our PTO, School Council and our business partner, Sensata Technologies, who are helping our school acquire new technologies for use in the classroom. In addition to the monthly Principal’s E-Blast which provides information to parents/guardians, our students and parents/guardians are able to access the Student/Parent Portal for viewing students’ grades. This year we have had a record number of students who have been nominated and have received “YOU ROCK” recognition for their honesty, responsibility and citizenship within our School Community and the community at large. Our students, staff and families together make our school community a vibrant respectful place to learn. We are very proud of our Wamsutta students.
Message from Mr. Lamore
Message from Mr. Lamore, Assistant Principal
On September 3rd we welcomed more than 550 students back to Wamsutta for the 2014-2015 school year. The students returned to school with a strong respect for each other and a zest for learning! These students (your children) truly exemplify what Wamsutta Middle School prides itself on!
Wamsutta spirit was further demonstrated on September 6th during the Attleboro Centennial Parade. Many students participated in the parade as they walked with their classmates and other youth organizations, which included the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and area sports teams. Some of our students participated as members of the high school marching band. Despite the heat and humidity, the students waved and cheered throughout the entire parade route!
During the coming weeks I will be asking for the support of the parents of the 8th grade students as we organize our 8th Grade Parent Advisory Committee for this school year. Stay tuned for additional information.
As always, it is my pleasure to work with the families of the Wamsutta community. I wish every student a successful school year!