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Attention Parents of Upcoming Fifth Graders!

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Weare Middle School


Hello future fifth grade students and parents!

If you are planning to try out for our fall boys/girls soccer teams or to run for our cross country team you need to know a couple of things:

●    You will need to stop by our office this summer and fill out a parental permission slip.

●    You will also need to get aphysical and submit a copy of that to the school nurse. 


Soccer tryouts:   August 25th, 26th, and 27th

Boys:  2p.m.- 4p.m.

Girls:  4p.m.- 6p.m. 

While you are NOT required to attend all three tryout sessions it is strongly recommended. Please come to these tryouts dressed to play soccer and bring plenty of water!

  Cross Country does not have tryouts and usually meets right after school. Listen for announcements at school for the date and time of their first meeting.


 If you have any further questions or concerns you can call our office at 529-7555 or visit our school website:  wms.weare.k12.nh.us

Have a safe summer and we’ll see you in the fall.


Gerry Morin

WMS Athletic Director


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Weare Middle School Science Club at SeaPerch Competition at UNH

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June 10, 2014 --Weare, NH—The Weare Middle School Science Club competed for the first time at the 2014 Seacoast SeaPerch Regional Competition last Saturday at the University of New Hampshire. The day was filled with intense competition from the 22 other teams that competed in this underwater ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) challenge, using ROVs that they built themselves. Students competed in four events— an obstacle course, the heist, a presentation to the judges, which included constructing a display board of their project, and a mystery competition. The mystery competition this year was to use your robots to clean up debris after a hurricane. Weare’s Purple Unicorns (Katie Barnes and Julia Meisser) took second place in the obstacle course, the Sea Dogs took (Maeve Hunt and Maddie Duclos) took second place in the heist competition, as well as placing second overall in the middle school category. WMS also had two other teams who competed in the competition, Monkey Sea Monkey Do (Lucas Guerrette, and Nathan Osborn) and Nothing But Treble (Brianna St. Clair and Alesha Kimball). The Sea Perch Program provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. Throughout the project, students learned engineering concepts, problem solving, teamwork, and technical The Weare Middle School Science Club would like to thank Anna-Lise LeBlanc and all the staff at the YMCA's Allard Center in Goffstown. The Center donated pool time to the Science Club allowing students to practice using and modifying their ROVs prior to the competition at UNH.

Front Row - Left to right: Madison Duclos and Maeve Hunt

Back Row - Left to right: Julia Meisser, Katie Barnes, Alesha Kimball, Brianna St. Clair, Nathan Osborne, Lucas Guerrette, Tyler Hazzard

June Edition of the Wildcat Call

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The June Edition of the Wildcat Call

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WMS's Career Day

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Career Day at Weare Middle school brings parents and community members to the school to talk about their careers and explain a variety of career options students may wish to pursue.   This year’s event, which is school-wide, showcased more than more than 25 diverse professions including civil engineer, dietitian,  artist, police, librarian, automotive technician, and machinist. 



Photo:  Surgical Tech Cheryl Corey helps Brennan Mucci try on a surgical gown.

Photo Credit: Bronda Crosby

Weare Middle School Students Receive NH Scholar Leaders Award

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Weare Middle School Students Receive NH Scholar Leaders Award


June 2, 2014—Weare, NH—Sarah Wagner, daughter of Laura and Russell Wagner,  and Jake Reynolds, son of Amy and Craig Reynolds,  were honored at the Fifteenth Annual Scholar Leader Awards Banquet held at the Center of New Hampshire on May 29.  The students were presented with an award whose criteria included demonstrating academic initiative and scholarship, providing service to classmates and the school, exemplifying positive attitudes and demonstrating leadership in the classroom and school activities.

Below, from left to right, is Assistant Principal John Macarthur, student Sarah Wagner, student Jake Reynolds, and Principal Mark Willis.



Over 375 guests, including students, educators, and parents, attended this year’s banquet, which celebrated the achievements of middle level students who are representative of the many outstanding young adolescents in middle level schools in New Hampshire. The guests included 78 students from 39 schools from all over the state.

The Middle Level Scholar Leaders Award is organized annually by the NH Association for Middle Level Education (NHAMLE) and the New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS), with supporting sponsorship from Lifetouch National School Studios.

Photo credit: Craig Reynolds


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