Waimea Middle School

First schoolwide Piko of the 2021-2022 school year! Mrs. Mareko Photo

Welcome back families & students to full in-person instruction!

If not enrolled yet, please email phonemessage@wmpccs.org or call (808) 887-6090 Ext. 222. We welcome an opportunity to talk with you about face-to-face learning including academic programs and supports as well as student-staff-family safety. A campus tour can be scheduled too to see first-hand what makes us both safe and "A Place of Infinite Possibilities" for your child.

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A Place of Infinite Possibilities


Waimea Middle School empowers all students with the skills, values, and cultural understanding to successfully navigate high school and beyond.

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GREAT NEWS! We have secured a 2nd MATCHING GRANT! In addition to the "match" provided by Foodland and Western Union Foundation for GIVE ALOHA, WMS is now eligible for a 2nd match to support our students and school! Please consider "Rounding Up At The Register" or making a direct donation! For more info about a direct donation, go to our DONATE page or email or call Patti_Cook@wmpccs.org (808)937-233.

lease consider “Rounding Up At The Register” to support Waimea Middle School when purchasing groceries at Foodland, now thru Sept. 30. It’s their annual GIVE ALOHA matching gifts program and even just a few cents - or a few dollars - adds up! Please designate WMS the recipient. It’s tax deductible and helps your child and all of our students safely continue learning. We’re a public charter school and receive less per pupil than regular DOE schools so welcome this help. The cashier will give you a receipt that you must save for tax reporting. Come the end of the month, Foodland – in partnership with Western Union Foundation - will match a portion of your gift so you actually help us earn even more. Every penny you give comes to the school, but Foodland does not give us a list of donors, so please make a copy of your receipt and have your child give it to his/her Homeroom teacher or drop it at the office, or email it to Janice_English@wmpccs.org so we can personally thank you. We also thank Foodland for this annual commitment to support our children and community! It's a win-win!

Link to online Migrant Education Family Work Survey: https://forms.gle/gXn1PTcskLzxmLsL6

Questions? Lee_Johnson@wmpccs.org

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