Beginning Thursday, September 22, 2022, through Thursday, September 29, 2022, the Mountain Ridge High School main office will sell tickets for the Homecoming football game against Frankfort High School.
Residential outdoor school is back for Allegany County Public School fifth graders after a two-year hiatus due to COVID restrictions.
Don't wait to get back on track to graduate on time. Registration is now open for Session 1 of After-School Credit Recovery.
Seventh grade students at Allegany County Public Schools have the opportunity each year to attend a two-day outdoor school experience at Rocky Gap State Park.
A notable group of individuals gathered together on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, to celebrate the completion of phases II and III of the Greenway Avenue Stadium renovation project, which included the replacement of the visitors’ side bleachers and the renovation of the track from a 7-lane to an 8-lane track with a new all-weather surface.
Allegany County Public Schools’ dedication to providing an evidence-informed education that prepares students for success in the real world has led it to earn, for a second consecutive year, the annual EVERFI Empowered Seal.
On Friday, August 19, 2022 and Monday, August 22, 2022, Allegany County Public Schools had the unique opportunity to hear from a nationally renowned educational speaker as part of professional development events held at Braddock Middle School.
Every student will have access to the CCRS standards through high-quality instruction aligned with the standards every day. All teachers are prepared and receive the support needed to implement the standards in classrooms, so students are college and career ready.VISION STATEMENTOur educational vision is to promote in our students the ability to think critically, solve problems, work in teams, use technology, be self-directed, and to demonstrate good citizenship and community service. We are committed to developing a college and career-ready culture at Westmar to support each student's dreams and future goals.CORE VALUES
- Wellness as a means to enhance an individual's self-image as well as intellectual, social, physical, and emotional growth
- Individualizing educational experiences that remove barriers to students' success and promote independence
- Lifelong learning and professional growth as the basis for outstanding instruction and positive outcomes in student learning
- Diversity as our strength and means of promoting civility and appreciation for existing differences in our learning community
- Creating and maintaining a culture of excellence
- Academic programs focusing on problem-solving, critical thinking, instructional technology, and innovation
- Trust, respect, and acceptance of responsibility for actions as the foundation for character development in a democratic society
- Shared responsibility for fostering a positive and productive school environment
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School Supply List
Westmar Middle School
School Supply List/Information
All Westmar students should come to school prepared with the following:
Earbuds/headphones with a microphone
One Notebook of paper
Tennis Shoes, Shorts, T-Shirt and Personal Hygiene Items for PE class.
Teachers may require other supplies. Students will be notified the first week of school. Please click link belows for grade level lists.
Clear disposable water bottles ONLY. Water fountains are open for use.
Additional Back to School Information
Student Chromebooks will be distributed the first week of school.
Cell phones will remain turned off and stored in student lockers.
Students must follow the School Dress Code for appropriateness.
Breakfast will be offered as a grab and go process during arrival.
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Westmar Middle School will be collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald house in Morgantown, WV. Pop tabs will be weighed and then recorded on a bar graph monthly. Westmar students have delivered over 200 pounds per year for the past two years. Wow, that’s a lot of TABS!
Pop Tabs allow the Ronald McDonald Foundation to turn tabs into cash. This helps families who have a child admitted into Morgantown’s Hospital for extended stays. The Ronald McDonald Foundation provides these families and children with, not only a place to live during their stay, but playgrounds, gas cards, activity centers, and much more to help families feel a sense of home, while away from home.
Such a small contribution, with such big outcomes! Please drop tabs in Tabby’s collection cup located on the second floor, near Mrs. Snyder’s room. Thanks for all your help and support.