• 16915 Lower George's Creek Road
    Lonaconing, MD 21539 
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    School Day:
    7:40 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. 
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    Proof of Tdap, MCV Necessary Prior to Entering 7th Grade

    The Allegany County Public School System is reminding parents and guardians of all sixth grade students about Maryland immunization requirements necessary to enter seventh grade in the fall of 2018. Current sixth graders will need to provide proof of both the Tdap and the MCV (meningitis) vaccines prior to being permitted to begin the 2018-2019 school year as seventh graders.
     To make certain that students have an easy transition into seventh grade, the school system is requesting children to be vaccinated and a copy of the record sent to their school nurse. There is still plenty of time to have students vaccinated, and ACPS is simply providing parents with a courtesy reminder in an effort to prevent an additional visit to a child’s physician’s office should a wellness check appointment already be scheduled.
    For questions or concerns, parents should contact their child’s school nurse for more information.
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  •   Ronald McDonald House


    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.

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  • Congratulations to Westmar Class of 2018.


    School Resumes August 28th for students.

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    At Westmar Middle School we believe in the potential of each child and strive to provide a learner-centered environment that fosters academic excellence and creativity. As we guide our young people toward independence, a philosophy of hard work, responsible behavior, and persistence is promoted. We offer opportunities to enhance the growth and development of both mind and character, and encourage students to make positive choices in their lives.

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  • Caring

    Left to Right:

    1st Row: Jacob Brashear, Breanna Butler, Samantha Wiland, Corbin Ravenscroft

    2nd Row: Jessica Synder, Landon Burdock, Gwen Fazenbaker, Josh Dozart, Jacey Tinsley

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  • Gratitude

    Left to Right:

    1st Row: Cierra Marsch, Grayce Kidwell, Zach Ellifritz, Carson Bradley

    2nd Row: Charles Green, Allyson Miller, Sadie Bennett, Bayleigh Lambertson, Justin O’Haver


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  • Trustworthiness

    1st Row L to R- Kayley Spiker, Reghan Lamberson, Rilee Alkire, Treyton Llewellyn, Corbin Ravenscroft

    2nd Row L to R-Levi Wilkinson, Hannah Warnick, Vinnie Green, Carlie Crawford, Sierra Lancaster

    Not Pictured: Shaiden Wilkinson

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  • Each Month, Westmar Middle teachers chose two students from each team to be recogized for the monthly character trait.


    September's character trait is Responsibility.  Students at Westmar Middle demonstrate responsibility by being dependable,  hard-working, organized and punctual.   



    Left to Right:

    1st Row: Emily Rose Cortez, Haley Llewellyn, Emily Kashenbach, Mackenzie Bishop, Aydin Moore

    2nd Row: Gwen Fazenbaker, Kourtney Taylor, Lyle Baker, Kyler Baker


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