Parent Information

Any questions about procedures or requirements please check the Student Handbook. If you would like to know what your child needs for school we have created a School Supply List. To find out the status of your child's grades, please see Infinite Campus.

 

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Registration

  • A report card or transcript of grades is required
  • Immunization records are required
  • A certified copy of the child's certified birth certificate is required

More enrollment/registration information can be located by clicking here.

 

Registration and Open House Information

 

School Supply Lists & Student Handbook

 

School Hours:   8:05 a.m. - 3:18 p.m.

Doors open at 7:30 a.m. Breakfast is served at 7:35 a.m.

 

Bus Route Schedule 

 

 SCHOOL  LIBRARY RESOURCES 


 

  SWMS LIBRARY
  OTHER DISTRICT LIBRARIES
  RESEARCH RESOURCES

 

AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Student Council: The Sturgis Williams Middle School Student Council is a group composed of students from the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. These students represent the Sturgis Williams Middle School student body by representing their classmates by being good leaders, making decisions, and helping the community through donations from money raising efforts.  

 

Sturgis Williams Middle School Student Council stresses the importance of maintaining strong character traits.

  

Destination Imagination - http://www.idodi.org

 

SCHOOL CANCELLATIONS

On mornings when school is cancelled, every attempt will be made to notify the following radio and television stations by 6-6:30 a.m.:

 

KBHB, KOTA, KAT, FOX, KIMM, KKMK, KKLS, KRCS, KSQY, KIQK, KTOQ, KDDX, KZZI, KDSJ, and television stations KOTA, KEVN, KNBN and KELO. 

 

As an overlay to the announcements as listed above, parents will be notified by telephone via SchoolMessenger. In addition, both the district website and Facebook will run the announcement. 

 

PARENT'S RIGHT TO KNOW

What do I know about my child's teacher? The federal education law put in place by the Elementary & Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires that all parents in a Title I school be notified and given the opportunity to request information about the professional qualifications of classroom teachers and paraprofessionals instructing their child. You may also request information on the level of achievement and academic growth of the student, if applicable and available, on each of the State academic assessments. If you are interested in this information, you may send your request to the building principal who will provide a timely response.


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