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The Arlington Student FilmFest (ASFF)

Calling all film-makers, video-jockeys, and aspiring broadcast journalists! The Arlington Student FilmFest is now accepting entries for its 2017 competition. *CLICK HERE* to enter your original film today!!

MARCH MADNESS: Tournament of Books!

*CLICK HERE* to cast your vote for this week’s match-ups! The WMS March Madness “Tournament of Books” continues! Make your picks for each round of the competition — starting with the Sweet Sixteen, and continuing each week until the Finals.  YOUR VOTE could make the difference in crowning the Tournament Champion! For more information about […]

Block Scheduling — Community Meeting & Information

On November 9, 2016, Williamsburg Middle School hosted a Community Forum to discuss a proposed change from the traditional “7 Period” bell schedule to an alternative “Block” schedule. WMS is posting this recording of the meeting — along with a personal introduction from Principal Gordon Laurie — so that you can see and hear for […]

Everyone has Dreams!

As part of their Professional Development this week, WMS faculty and staff took a break from instruction — and focused instead on introspection. The Williamsburg educational community is committed to realizing an all new MISSION STATEMENT and VISION for the school this year — one that focuses on helping students achieve success by providing encouragement, […]

Activities Fair, 2016

The “WMS Activities Fair” on Sept. 22 was a HUGE success, as tons of kids got a first-look at all the amazing after-school activities here at WMS!  In case you missed it, check-out the sights and sounds of that amazing event — and see if there’s something that YOU want to do after school!  For […]

Back to School Night, 2016

Back to School Night on Sept. 20 was a “howling” success, as hundreds of WMS parents toured the school, met the teachers, and got a small taste of what it’s like to be a middle schooler. Principal Gordon Laurie and PTA President Meredith Purple welcomed one-and-all with a special video presentation.  Check it out!

Digital Learning at WMS

English teacher Mr. Alexander Hicks’s used Digital Technology with his eight grade students to facilitate an investigation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. The two-week lesson focused on reading comprehension and thematic analysis. Students demonstrated their mastery of the content through the creation of an interpretive video “puppet show.”