5:00 PM - 5:30 PM School Related Employee of the Year Reception
5:30 PM School Board Meeting (Bushnell)
Wildcats of the Month
Wildcats of the Month for November are Azarius Hayes and Marterrian Davis.
Wildcats of the Month for October are Kadie Mariano and Vincenzo Cortale.
Wildcats of the Month for September are Noah De Constantino-Gross and Aaliyah Massey.
Noah De Constantino-Gross
Wildwood Middle High School will provide a positive educational environment that promotes maximum learning opportunities through academic training and life experiences cultivated by the efforts of students, parents, faculty, and business partners.
The 5 P's (Prompt, Prepared, Positive, Productive and Polite) at WMHS
|Joey Raffensberger||Mrs. Williams||English|
|Camryn Bryant||Mrs. Patrick||Math|
|Emily Ruiz||Mrs. Williams||English|
|William Pridgeon||Ms. Densmore||English|
***ONLY NEW APPLICANTS WISHING TO ATTEND OUT OF THEIR ZONED AREA OR STUDENTS THAT WILL BE PROMOTED UP TO THE NEXT SCHOOL LEVEL, ie: ELEMENTARY TO MIDDLE OR MIDDLE TO HIGH*** Sumter Residents - Applications Accepted March 9 - April 6, 2020 Out of County Residents - Applications Accepted April 27 - May 11, 2020
4 Person Scramble, 85.00 Entry Fee Per Person, Sponsorship Opportunities Available.
Sumter students are aiming for the stars, and Phil Rosenberg is passionate about inspiring students to rise even higher! Mr. Rosenberg, of Weirsdale, is donating telescopes for students to use through his “One Hundred Telescopes Project.” He donated his 17th telescope on Monday to Wildwood Elementary School, making it his second donation in Sumter County. Each telescope is given a name, and the one donated to Wildwood Elementary is named The Stephen Hawking Telescope, endowed by Elly and Tim Carroll. “The idea is to create an environment where every child gets to say ‘Wow
Today Wildwood Elementary received a Robotic Telescope from Phil and Charlotte Rosenberg as a part of the 100 Telescope Project.
Middle school students from across the county submitted original pieces of art to the district’s third annual Art in the Capitol competition. The pieces included paintings, drawings, collages, prints, mixed media, computer generated art and photographs.
The rules and regulations included here apply districtwide. The competition is open to middle school students only. Theme: Florida Past, Present, Future Due Dates: All artwork is due to school art teachers on or before October 11, 2019.
Sumter District Schools is proud to announce that Elizabeth Anderson and Danielle Stewart, both teachers at South Sumter High School, have been chosen as Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Experts for 2019-2020!
Bullying, Threats and Intimidation
Board Policy 5500
Board Policy 1124
Board Policy 3124
Board Policy 4124
Controlled Open Enrollment
Board Policy 5121
Florida Economic Security Report
Section 1002.20(24) Florida Statutes