For WMS teachers, Mrs. Donato is far more than a colleague

Martin Tibets, Julian Reyes, Sidrah Khan, Adam Houjazy, Jeremy Herrera, Allison Fitzpatrick, Shabnam Begum, and Zainab Attar

April 4, 2016

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

Eleanor Donato has been at Watertown Middle School for a long time. In that time, she touched many hearts and made many friends, including math teacher Jane Evans. Ms. Evans has known Mrs. Donato since she was in middle school ...

Students have high marks for Eleanor Donato

Sabreena Shah, Martin Tibets, Julian Reyes, Jeremy Herrera, Anthia Vrahliotis, Allison Fitzpatrick, and Adam Houjazy

April 3, 2016

Filed under Around Watertown, Classes and Clubs, Front Page News

Eleanor Donato’s former students have really gotten to know what she's like as a person. For many of her students, she has inspired them to work hard, love learning, and serve the community. Mrs. Donato, a sixth-grade world geo...

The future is ‘Wow!’

The future is ‘Wow!’

December 19, 2015

Different schools, same path, different views

CRYSTAL Y., Watertown Splash staff

December 6, 2015

Filed under Front Page News

    Is transferring to a new school stressful, or a walk in the park? Do new students think the school is a good environment for them to be in, or that their old school was better? What is their outlook?     Nic...

When talking about middle names, it’s good to start at the beginning

KIARA C., Watertown Splash staff

December 5, 2015

Filed under Front Page News, Profiles

    Middle names. Something you’re given when you’re born. It could be just simply be the middle name you were given, or you were named after someone in your family. Although some people dislike their middle name becau...

Do seventh-graders and their parents agree on social media?

RITA H., Watertown Splash staff

December 2, 2015

Filed under Apps and Inspiration, Front Page News

    How many students agree with their parents when it comes to social media? It seems like none, right? Truth be told, a very small minority (if any) of students agree with their parents when it comes to posting and chattin...

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