Greenville County Schools has received approval from the SC Department of Education to provide free meals to all students through December 31, 2020, or until the congressional funding runs out. For In- Person Students: In Attendance Plans 1 and 2, students can receive take-home breakfast and lunch for days they are NOT in attendance. The meals will be available for pickup near the end of the day. Students participating in after-school programs or activities can have their meals held for pickup until they are leaving the premises. During Attendance Plan 1, students will receive 4 breakfasts and 4 lunches to take home. Some items included in the meals will be ready to eat, and others will be heat and serve. Meals are free for all students
Please complete this form EACH WEEK you would like your child(ren) to receive take-home meals. You will need to submit one form for each week and one form per child attending WMS, but you can submit multiple weeks at one time for your convenience. The number of meals sent home will automatically adjust based on attendance plans and any days GCS is not in attendance due to holidays.
Check out the new edition of The Weekly Wildcat newsletter that is now available. It is filled with information to stay up-to-date about things that are happening at Woodmont Middle School.
The Weekly Wildcat
The students in Ms. Tyler's class were given an element and had to work through 80 different clues using their periodic table to find the clues that fit their element. Look at pictures in the album below to how Ms. Tyler is making science fun for our students.
Parents/ guardians, your child's safety and well-being is our number one concern. We need to ensure we have updated contact information for your child's primary and secondary contacts. This information is important in case your child has an emergency, to notify you of updated COVID-19 information (including possible student exposures), and to communicate with you about your child's academic, social, and emotional well-being.
Please log in to Backpack to double check your information OR take 3 minutes to complete this short survey. We will cross-reference your responses with our records and ensure we have the most current information on file.
If you know of friends or family who may not have Internet access, please ask them to send a note with their child or call the school at 864-355-8500 to update their records.
Thank you for your help!
Our school is excited to participate in a One School, One Book school wide read of the book Restart by Gordon Korman. Students and staff were all given their own copy of the book to keep and students will be discussing the book in class and through Google Meets with advisors.
Students, to view a calendar of read dates and events, click on the link below:
Parents are asked to report any COVID-19 exposures as well as quarantines within the home to the school principal.
The CDC recommends avoiding all non-essential travel and both the CDC and SC DHEC asks persons returning from international travel within the past 14 days to monitor their health, stay home as much as possible and wear a mask while in public. Staff and students can return to school after U.S. or international travel provided they have not been knowingly exposed to COVID-19 and do not have symptoms of illness, in addition to adhering to all precautionary measures in place at the school.
Parents are strongly encouraged to screen their students daily, at home, for COVID-19 symptoms (see below). If a student takes a COVID-19 test because he/she is symptomatic, the student should not be physically present in school until the test results are returned.
Keep students at home if they present with any of the following symptoms:
Per DHEC regulations, any staff or student identified as having spent 15 minutes or more within six feet of a positive case are considered close contacts and will be excluded from school for a minimum of 14 days. Students and staff who were not close contacts will be allowed to remain at school. We will be sure and let you know if these notification requirements change. Additional information is available on the GCS Parent Resource webpage.
Sexual Health and Responsibility Education will be taught to student at Woodmont Middle School from October 12-26. Parents have the ability to preview the curriculum from September 1st - October 2nd. If you do not want your child to participate in the sexual health & responsibility education class or a specific portion of the class, you must bring the signed exemption form to the school in person.