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  • Athletic Banquet at Steele Creek
    The banquet has been rescheduled for Thursday, May 24th from 4:00-7:00.  Awards will begin at 6:00pm.

    The athletic banquet will be Friday, May 18th 5:00-8:00 at Steele Creek Campground. The cost is $4.00 which includes pizza, drinks, water slide, swimming, basketball, volleyball and putt-putt golf. Bus transportation will be provided. We will be recognizing all athletic teams and awarding the most outstanding and most improved athlete from each sport.  Busses will leave the school at 3:30pm and return around 7:30pm.  
    We encourage all WJMS athletes to attend. All permission forms along with $4.00 need to be turned in to Coach Carter by Friday, May 11th.  Also, please indicate whether you will be riding the bus.  The document is located in this article and in the WJMS Documents folder on the school's home page.  

    Posted May 16, 2018, 6:52 AM by Brandy Huffman
  • Show your WJMS Spirit!
    The Athletic department is now selling spirit towels and vehicle decals through the end of the year.  All funds raised go directly to athletics to help purchase new uniforms, for field maintenance and a Gator (golf cart) for transporting athletic equipment to and from the fields.  The towels sell for $8, and the decals are $6.  If you have any questions, please contact Coach Carter by calling the school or by emailing him.  Items will also be available in the concession stand during any spring sports games.  

    Posted Mar 5, 2018, 7:23 AM by Brandy Huffman
  • Arts Department Raffle!
    The Arts program at Walter Johnson Middle (Art , Band, Chorus) is raffling off a leather sofa with built-in, remote-controlled reclining seats on the sides. This beautiful sofa was donated by Classic Leather and retails for $4000.  Tickets are only $2 each.  You can contact Summer Thompson at WJMS for more information or to purchase tickets.   Tickets will also be available at the Academic Excellence program Friday, February 9th and April 20th.  All proceeds will support these vital programs!  The drawing will take place on May 15th at the Spring concert, and you do not have to be present to win.  
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    Posted Apr 24, 2018, 9:46 AM by Brandy Huffman
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  • Immunizations
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    NC law requires all students entering the 7th grade to have one dose of Tdap and one dose of Meningococcal conjugate vaccine.  
    IMPORTANT: You will have to submit a copy of your child's immunizations before he or she can enroll in Public School.  According to the law, after 30 days your student will not be able to attend school without these vaccinations.  Please email our school nurse, Mrs. Guinn, with any questions.  An immunization schedule can be referenced here from NC Health and Human Services.  

    Posted May 16, 2018, 7:11 AM by Brandy Huffman
  • Carolina Panthers Play60 Junior Training Camp
    The Carolina Panthers organization will be coming to Walter Johnson Middle School on Tuesday, May 8th to set up a fun obstacle course for ALL 6th and 7th grade students. There will be eight stations the students will run through. If you would like more information on the event, visit
    Parents, please encourage your child to participate in this great event. Students must have a release form signed by their parent/guardian in order to participate. These forms must be turned in to your homeroom teacher by Friday, May 4th . If the student does not have a release form filled out, they will not be able to participate. We look forward to all our students being involved with the Carolina Panthers organization.  Contact the school office or Coach Carter if you have any questions.  
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    Posted Apr 24, 2018, 9:44 AM by Brandy Huffman
  • A Note from the School Nurse

    Help protect your children -- and their classmates -- when they're under the weather, so that they can return to the classroom healthy and ready to learn.

    When your child is sick

    The best thing you can do is to keep your children home when sick. This will help stop the spread of illness to other children and teachers. Keep them home when they show any of these symptoms:

    ·       Fever of 100 degrees F or higher

    ·       Nausea or vomiting  

    ·       Severe Headache

    ·       Diarrhea

    ·       Red, watery eyes with yellow or green discharge

    ·       Undiagnosed rash

    Children should stay home until they have been naturally without fever for at least 24 hours. Please do not give children fever-reducing medication and then send them to school.

    If you are called to pick up a sick child at school, please come quickly. If you know your child has been exposed to someone diagnosed with the flu virus, call your doctor immediately to find out what to do.

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    Posted Jan 30, 2018, 10:37 AM by Brandy Huffman
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