October 14th- 18th Weeks is kicking off our first Spirit Week of the year! Each day staff and students celebrate their Wildcat Pride by participating in Spirit Week. The end of the week wraps up with a picnic on the lawn while the nice weather lasts.
7th & 8th Grade Band members perform during the Lincoln High School football halftime show for Middle School Band Night. Brody and McCombs joined Weeks at the event, as all bands performed with the High School Band.
Weeks is hosting English classes for parents and students of immigrant families. This program offers basic English classes for adults and childcare is available for children 4-10 and enrichment classes for students grades 5th -10th. Registration for the program is still available by contacting the ELL office at (515) 242-7691.
Nutritionists from Hy-Vee, our business partner, stopped by to help our Structured Learning students learn about food and nutrition in a tasty way!
Weeks Middle School and our PTO are now on Facebook! This will be one more way we communicate important meetings, events, and reminders. Follow us on Twitter @WeeksWildcatsDM for updates and news postings. Check out our event pictures …
Weeks Middle School parents are invited to an informational meeting about the new Standards-Referenced Grading system being implemented this year at our school as well as Brody and McCombs. The meeting will be Tuesday, September 10 at 6:30 PM in the Weeks auditorium (901 SE Park Avenue).
Weeks hosted our first School-wide Picnic. Staff and students enjoyed a picnic lunch on the front lawn and outdoor games as we kick off another successful and fun school year. The picnic was a celebration of the gains, …
Weeks 8th Grade students have an opportunity to visit our nation’s capital. This Spring Break trip brings together 8th graders across the district to explore and learn about our nation’s history and to see civic action up close.
To start the new school year, Weeks Middle School kicked off a new peer mentoring program. Called WEB – or Where Everybody Belongs – the program teams up 50 specially-trained 8th graders with small groups of new 6th graders to help them through the transition to middle school. Click the photo to the left to see a DMPS-TV report about the program on YouTube.
Check out the photos of our bountiful school garden. Students and teachers of the Structured Learning Program here at Weeks have designed and cultivated a beautiful outdoor space filled with flowers, vegetables herbs and a peaceful sitting area.