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  • Clarke Washington Electric Membership CORP visits WHMS to explore Careers and Power Safety.

  • On Tuesday, January 25th, 7th and 8th grade science students were surprised with a visit from the Dauphin Island Sea Lab traveling fieldtrip program called BayMobile. The Discovery Hall Program visits schools in Alabama that may not have the opportunity to come and visit their location on Dauphin Island. Our marine educator, Greg Graeber, ME, gave us an excellent and enthusiastic presentation to each and every science class.  The students loved hearing his presentation. They got to learn about dolphins, sharks, octupi, sharks, turtles, and many different kinds of other fish. At the end of the presentation, students got to see and touch all of the specimens that Mr. Graeber had brought. All of the students enjoyed their experience and send their appreciation to Dauphin Island Sea Lab and especially to Greg Graeber.

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  • This Press Release has FREE Summer Resources for students and parents.  Please read.Free Summer Resources 



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  • These are the pick up and drop off sites and times for students attending Summer School in Grove Hill.

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  • Beta

    Our Jr. Beta earned the National Beta School of Distinction Award for 2021-2022

    GO BETA!

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  • 3rd 9wks SOAR Award Winners








    SOAR Award Recipients

    Teacher Nominees:  

    5th Grade:

    Adrianna Barnett and Ki'Amber Campbell


    6th Grade:


    Amari Ely and Kaleb Robinson


    7th Grade:

    Janiah Johnson and Jakeira Dunning


    8th Grade:

    Whitney Chaney and Kethan Lynum


    Administration Nominees:


    Jamacia Ezell and Akiyah Dixon

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  • Wilson Hall Middle School Peer Helpers Program Showing Love on Random Acts of Kindness Day, February 17, 2022 to the residents of Crown Health Care Thomasville, Alabama

    National Random Acts of Kindness Day is celebrated every February 17th. The idea behind this celebration is to make the world a little brighter and better through simple kind gestures, words, and actions. Clara McMillian along with Celeste Marbley, and Agatha Grant thought that there was no better way to honor National Random Acts of Kindness Day than showing love to the residents at Crowne Health Care (THCRC) of Thomasville, Alabama. The Wilson Hall Middle School Peer Helpers made “bags of love” for every resident in the nursing home facility. Pictured are: front center: Jane Jeffcoat, THCRC resident, Tanya Ludeman, THCRC Staff, pictured back right to left are: Celeste Marbley, Wilson Hall Middle School Librarian/Peer Leader, Kemond Johnson, Sydney Pace, Sahniya Martin, D’Untrae Banks, Lakyn Hinson, Wilson Hall Middle School Peer Helpers, and Clara McMillian, special education teacher/Peer Leader. Wilson Hall Middle School Peer Helpers not pictured are: Ashari Pugh, Draelyn Pugh, J’Dyn Ezell, Lauren Sharp, and Mercedes Rogers. Dr. Carolyn Taite, Principal and Mrs. Agatha Grant, Counselor/Assistant Principal/Peer Helper Coordinator. 

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  • At Wilson Hall, we SOAR.  Strive for excellence - Observe school safety - Act with integrity -  Respect everyone

    These students were chosen as SOAR Award winners for the 1st 9wks as Most Improved.

    8th grade: Amariyah Beavers and Kemond Johnson

    8th grade SOAR Award winners

    7th grade:  Aleah Watkins and Rylee Moore

    7th grade SOAR Award winners

    6th grade:  Stephanie Gant, Troy Mills, Colton Schofield, and Dwight Allen

    6th grade SOAR Award winners

    5th grade:  Gabrielle Harper and Maddison Burroughs

    5th grade SOAR Award winners

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  • Softball

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  • Hey former 8th graders!  CCHS is having Freshman and New Student Orientation this Thursday, July 29th at Sage Auditorium at 6:00 pm.  Please bring only one parent or guardian.  





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    ALL WHMS students will need to purchase their own bookbag...please ensure that it is mesh or clear. All other supplies will be provided by the Clarke County Board of Education. Thank you so much for your help in this matter. WHMS is so excited to start the 2021-2022 school year. Can't wait to see all of our students!

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  • Backpack safety weight - Please click below to review information on backpack safety weight.

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    Backpack Flyer




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  • Virtual Letter

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  • Virtual School Commitment Letter



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  • Library Books Online

    Parents/students you can read books online.


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  • TI Calculator Link

    Under Find It Fast you will see a link to the TI 84 Calculators.  Go to this website to download a working TI 84 plus ce.  You have to have an email address to receive the code to activate it.

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  • Grief Sensitive School

    1 Peter 4:10 "Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in it various forms."  

    Mr. Davante' Snell presented Dr. Carolyn Taite and Wilson Hall Middle School with a grant to implement Child Bereavement training and gather resources in our efforts to become a Grief Sensitive School for our students.  Mr. Snell, along with New York Life Foundation are partnering with us to empower the staff and students of Clarke County Schools in this effort.  We would like to thank Mr. Snell for his willingness to assist.

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