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Christmas Band ConcertWillie J. Williams Band will be performing their Christmas concert on December 8th, 2017 at 6:00 pm in the WJW gymnasium. Please join us for an amazing concert!
Pumpkins!
Mrs. Shanna Simmons’s class chose their favorite story book character from their favorite story. They created their character from a pumpkin, donated by Brian Tugwell of Packer Produce. The pumpkins were displayed in the media center. Pumpkins were voted on. Clifford won 1st place, 2nd place, The Cat in the Hat, 3rd place The Fly Guy. They all worked very hard.
Meteorologist visits WJW
Kerri Copello, a meteorologist at WFXL in Albany, Georgia came to visit Mr. Suber's sixth grade students.  She talked about her exciting career as a meteorologist and storm chaser and she explained how severe weather occurs.  She showed the students how thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes form, which is a sixth grade Georgia Science Standard of Excellence.   She also discussed the need to be prepared for natural disasters. 
Hurricane STEM lab
The Hurricane STEM  Lab was completed by Mr. Suber's and Mr. Culbreth's Packer X students.  Students used science, math, and engineering principles to create hurricane proof buildings.   After testing their designs, students will redesign their structures.  Students worked in collaborative teams to create their structures.  We were blown away by their skills and knowledge!
Academic NightParents - You're invited to join us for Academic Night on December 7th at 6:00 pm in the WJW cafeteria.
Pig Dissections
The students in Mrs. Wetherington's 7th grade class were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.

The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
The students were working on Georgia Standard of Excellence S7L2b. The students were dissecting to develop a conceptual model of how tissues are organized into systems and how the systems interact with one another to carry out life processes.  The students utilized a lab packet that guided them through the dissecting process.  In addition, the students identified the organs and organ systems based on graphics and reading exerts prior to dissection.  Finally, the students' mastery of the standard was assessed by using a conceptual model to label and identify the organs and body systems in the fetal pig.
PE & Connections NewsletterCheck out our NEW PE & Connections newsletter to see what's going on in Ag, Choir, Band, Family & Consumer Sciences, Technology, Math Skills, Physical Education, Spanish, and Visual Arts! Updated often - keep checking back to see more highlights, dates, and important information.
Attendance GuidelinesClick here for the updated attendance protocol in English.

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Dress Code LetterDress Code Letter

Parents,

Please click here to see important information regarding the Dress Code from Principal, Jamie Horne.
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Colquitt County Middle School Title I Parent Involvement Survey
Dear Parents/Guardians,
As partners in your child’s education, your input is valued. Please take a few minutes to respond to this brief parent survey. This information will be used to help evaluate and strengthen parental involvement within our school.

 

I've invited you to fill out the form Colquitt County Middle School Title I Parent Involvement Survey (English). To fill it out, visit:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FallParentEngagement
Dress Code LetterDress Code Letter

Dear Parents,
Please click here for an important letter from Principal, Jamie Horne, regarding the Dress Code.
Title 1 Annual Parent MeetingPlease click the following link to view the Title 1 Annual Parent Meeting Information.

Annual Meeting Presentation (1).pdf
Parent NewsletterClick here for Parent Newsletters.

Local School Governance

Click below for information concerning our Local  School Governance Teams and how to participate.

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