We are proud to continue Augusta County Middle School programming goals of providing a comprehensive program designed to meet the developmental needs of our pre-adolescents!



  • Important Dates

    October 3rd -  Spirit Week

    October 7th -  Club Day

    October 18th - 7th Grade Field Trip

    October 19th - Wear Orange

    October 20th - Report Cards Go Home

    Ocyober 27th - 8th Grade Field Trip


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  • 1:1 Digital Transformation!


    Click to learn about our 7th grade 1:1 pilot happening at this school!

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  • blue  A map of WMS traffic patterns is available at this link. 
             º Danger! Due to some close calls, parents are encouraged to be patient while dropping off and picking up students after school. Please follow traffic laws and our parking lot traffic pattern so we can keep you and our children safe.  

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  • little blue ball  Click this link for our School Report Card. This is the Virginia Department of Education School Report Card that includes information on our school including our demographics, test scores and other details about our school.

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  • little ball  Attention Parents: Student Accident Insurance - 2016/17 School Year

    Augusta County School Board provides all parents with the opportunity to purchase a low-cost accident insurance program for their child (ren). Parents/guardians may choose to participate and pay the premium.

    By declining or failing to respond to the offer of insurance, parents/guardians accept full responsibility for the cost of any accidental injury to the student while at school or school-related activities. Augusta County Schools does not carry medical or accident insurance on students.

    • Markel Insurance Company will offer Student Accident policies for purchase during the 2016-17 school year. Parents can enroll children by calling 877-444-5014 or online at  http://markel.sevencorners.com.
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    The Augusta County School Board does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or gender in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies:                        

    Title IX Coordinator
    Jill R. Martin 
    Director of Personnel
    PO Box 960
    18 Government Center Lane
    Verona, VA 24482
    (540) 245-5107
    Section 504 Coordinator
    Douglas W. Shifflett, Jr., Ed.D.
    Asst. Superintendent for Administration
    PO Box 960
    18 Government Center Lane
    Verona, VA 24482
    (540) 245-5108


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