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.

School Year Theme

Transition

Vision

A Place of Infinite Possibilities

Mission

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



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More details coming soon! Please check back - you wont want to miss this!

Waimea Middle School is asking community kokua financially due to the pandemic's impact on our school budget. We welcome small gifts and big ones - every penny counts, and every penny contributed is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. There are many ways to contribute - and now, thanks to a private donor, every penny will be matched 1:1 up to $20,000 before Dec. 31, 2021.

We are planning an exciting virtual auction in early November - perfect for early holiday shopping, and winning bids will also be matched 1:1.

Questions? Suggestions? Got something wonderful to donate to the auction? Please email Patti_Cook@wmpccs.org, or call 808-937-2833.

MAHALO! Stay safe!



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

Questions? Lee_Johnson@wmpccs.org

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.