With approximately 360 students in grades 6 – 8, Waterloo Middle School has a proud tradition of blending academic learning with character education. The “middle school years” are an important part of a child’s education as they transition from elementary school towards high school and beyond. With a dedicated staff of professional educators, our goal is to help each student navigate and make the most of his or her middle school experience. Each student has a unique set of learning needs and interests, so our faculty and staff strive to meet the needs of students as individual learners. In order to provide a well-rounded experience at school, we encourage our students to get involved in at least one extra-curricular activity, which could be a sport, a musical group or a club.
WMS Facts, Typical Schedules and Contact Information are included below. Thank you for visiting our website!
Daily student arrival time: 7:10-7:30 a.m. First period begins at 7:35 a.m.
Student dismissal is at 2:10 p.m.
Students must be signed out at the Main Office when they are picked up by parents or other authorized adults.
8-period instructional day with a 9th period extra help time until 2:45
A late bus is provided at 3:00 which brings students to LaFayette Elementary where they board their own bus and ride home with the elementary students.
Modified sports for grades 7 & 8 ; intramural sports for all students: soccer, basketball, floor hockey, yoga, volleyball etc.
Clubs including Chess Club, Drama Club, Educational Enrichment Club (EEC), Composting Club, School Newspaper and School Yearbook.
School dances/activity nights at several times during the school year.
Saturday Academic Assistance is available from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
6th grade – Language Arts, Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies, Specials (Music, Technology, Home and Family) and Physical Education.
7th grade – Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, French or Spanish, Specials (Art and Health) and Physical Education.
8th grade – Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, French or Spanish, Specials (Family and Career Science, and Technology) and Physical Education.
Acceleration – Math and/or Science, starting in 7th grade and including Algebra and/or Living Environment (Biology) in 8th grade
Electives – Band and/or Chorus (all grades); Studio Art (8th grade only)
Principal Mr. Vince Vitale 539-1540
Assistant Principal Mr. Daniel Doore 539-1565
Secretary TBA 539-1540
Guidance Counselors Mr. Mark Pitifer, Grade 6 539-1542
Mrs. Lisa Andino, Grades 7 & 8 539-1542
Nurse Mrs. Melissa Stenberg 539-1545
District Social Worker Mrs. Kathleen Bremer, LCSW 539-1442