News You Choose from Whitman Middle School
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Parent Permission needed for SOL Retakes
Parent/guardian permission is required for the school to retest any student in grades 3-8. If you believe that your student would benefit from a second opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and skills on the spring SOL test, please complete this permission form and return it to the school.
Advanced Academic Programs - Level IV (full-time) Referrals due December 15, 2022
Parents/guardians of students in Grades 2-7 who would like their student to be considered for full-time advanced academic programs (level IV AAP services) may submit the AAP Level IV Referral Form to the school no later than December 15. Forms can be dropped off at the local school or emailed to the Advanced Academic Resource Teacher (AART) or principal.
Do You Need Help Resolving a Concern?
The Office of the Ombuds provides an independent, confidential resource for students, families, community members, and employees who are seeking informal help to answer questions, resolve concerns, and voice complaints regarding FCPS matters. Contact our office--we're here to help!
2022-23 School Supply List
Please access the 2022-23SY Supply List Kit for 7th and 8th grade students.
Report safety issues online or by text message using the Safety Tipline. You may choose to identify yourself or remain anonymous.
Programs and Supports for Whitman Military Connected Students and Families
Walt Whitman Middle School supports and celebrates our military-connected students and families to ease their transition to our community.
Walt Whitman is a Community School
Walt Whitman is a Community School.
A community school is a public school that effectively benefits from partnerships with community resources. Its integrated focus on academics, health and social services, youth and community development, and community engagement leads to improved student learning, stronger families, and healthier communities. Community Schools become centers of the community and are open to all, even outside of standard school hours.