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- 209 Willmar Ave SE
- Willmar, Mn 56201
- Phone: 214-6000 Fax: 235-1254
- Principal: Mark Miley - firstname.lastname@example.org
Assit Principal: Beckie Simenson - simensonb
- Attendance - Phone: 214-6006
- Athletic/Pool - Phone: 214-6020
- Guidance - Phone: 231-6012
- Visit online - http://www.willmar.k12.mn.us/middle_school/
Willmar Middle School was built in 1968 and is located in southeast Willmar, formally known as Willmar Junior High. The middle school is a public school, serving around 900 students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades.
Willmar Middle School recognizes the importance of individually challenging experiences for all students. A balanced curriculum, including core subject areas, fine arts, Spanish, and classes with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) characterize the Willmar Middle School. The middle school offers rigorous academic programs as well as a nurturing environment for all our students.
The Willmar Middle School maintains a strong academic focus while offering a comprehensive curriculum. Students at Willmar Middle School follow a 7-period class schedule based upon 9-week quarters. As part of their day, students are able to choose a class that addresses their unique interests and talents.
Coursework includes: Math, Science, Art, Music, Communications/Reading, Health, Physical Education, Social Studies, Gateway To Technology, Spanish, Multimedia Exploration and Family and Consumer Science at various grade levels.
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The Middle School offers enrichment as well as remedial coursework. For students who need special help, the school provides special education programs, a remedial reading program and resource assistance with study skills and individualized strategies.
To ensure academic success for all, we celebrate diversity by creating a caring, mutually respectful and safe environment through the positive commitment of students, staff, parents and community working together.
We believe that a high quality of instruction will improve student learning.
We should constantly seek to increase our capacity to accommodate the needs of all learners,
whether gifted or educationally disabled, in the regular classroom.
We believe professional decisions should be based on past practice and valid research data.
We believe that all students should face the natural and logical consequences of their actions.