Watertown Middle School Teachers do not do math on their free time, they …

SARAH R. and MARIYAM F.

October 28, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News, Profiles

What do math teachers do on their free time? Math teachers aren't all nerds! You would probably think a middle school math teacher would go home and read a book, or probably watch some game show about math. But no, you ’re ...

A (semi) formal sendoff

SHANNON C., Watertown Splash staff

June 17, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News, News

The ocean waves will overflow the Watertown Middle School cafeteria as the eighth-graders eagerly await to enter. “We’ve been waiting for this since we walked into this school and we’ll be talking about it until we walk...

Fun-raiser

KAITLYN M. and REBECCA C.

June 14, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Community News, Front Page News

The annual Pennies for Patients fund-raiser ended recently and the grand total raised by Watertown Middle School was $24,277.51. Even though it is $2,000 less then last year's total, it is still an amazing amount due to the e...

WMS students take the lead

ISAAC F., KAITLYN M., and REBECCA C.

June 5, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News

The Watertown Middle School is not just run by teachers, students have a role, too. At the beginning of the year each homeroom elects two homeroom representatives and one alternate in case a homeroom rep is absent. All of the homeroom ...

“X” marks the block

TERRY Z., Watertown Splash staff

May 31, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News

When the seventh-graders of Watertown Middle School get excited over something, its probably UNH. Its real name is Browne Center for Innovative Learning at the University of New Hampshire, and the Middle School started going ...

No substitute for learning … a new career

BRIGITTE A., Watertown Splash staff

May 11, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Profiles

Have you ever wondered about substitute teachers? About how they get treated in class, or if they like their job? Sandy Baker is one of the many substitute teachers that work at Watertown Middle School. Before she started teaching,...

Technology is their strength

ISAAC F. and SAM C.

May 5, 2010

Filed under Apps and Inspiration, Classes and Clubs

Some people would think that Geek of the Week award would be a bad thing to receive. Here at the Watertown Middle School, it is an honor. The award goes to the teacher who use s technology the best in the classroom for that...

D-Team making a world of a difference

MADDIE R., Watertown Splash staff

April 29, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Front Page News

You may have seen the posters around the Watertown Middle School advertising the D-Team -- the D is short for diversity. The club was started shortly after February vacation ended. "It will go on until the end of this school...

What a sweet way to learn!

KATIE M. and REBECCA C.

March 17, 2010

Filed under Around Watertown, Classes and Clubs

The seventh grade went on a field trip to Biogen Idec, located in Cambridge. The clusters went to the biotech company on different days: Cluster 3 went on Tuesday and Wednesday (Jan. 12-13) and Cluster 4 went on Thursday and Friday...

WMS choir in select company

SARAH G., Watertown Splash staff

March 16, 2010

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Classes and Clubs

You might have seen a group of students on stage performing songs such as "Blackbird" and a favorite, "Fireflies." This is a group of 12-20 very talented Watertown Middle School students who make up a group called Select Choir. It...

Yearbook’s readers on the waiting list

BRIGITTE A., Watertown Splash staff

March 15, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs

For the entire year, kids at Watertown Middle School await one thing: the yearbook. The yearbook comes out every year for all grades, and features pictures from field trips, honor roll breakfasts, assemblies , and school dances. The...

Seventh-graders’ fund-raiser idea: Dress for success (of fund-raiser)

REBECCA C. and KAITLYN M.

March 13, 2010

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Community News, Front Page News, Uncategorized

Pennies for Patients started March 1, and Kathleen Dias's homeroom will be holding a dress-your-teacher fund-raiser to help the seventh-graders raise money for the charity. Ms. Dias's homeroom students will be selling tickets...

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