This page is for students/parents to view information concerning various clubs, organizations and other important information offered at Williams Middle School.
- After School Support
- Bell Schedule
- Cell Phone Policy
- Hall Passes
- "Power of I" Policy
- Student ID Cards
- Williams Middle School After School Enrichment Program
In an effort to provide students with the opportunity to receive extra help in core subjects, After School Support is provided each weekday Monday through Thursday from 3:35 until 4:30. Students will be allowed to retake tests, make up missed work, and receive extra help from teachers.
Students attending after school support must report to the correct classroom promptly at the 3:35 dismissal bell. Students should be picked up at 4:30 from the main entrance. Below you will find the schedule which outlines the days and times that each content area will be available for support. All students wishing to stay must be picked up no later than 4:45 p.m.
7th and 8th GRADE TRADITIONAL
Monday - ELA
Wednesday - Math
Thursday - Science & Social Studies
MIDDLE YEARS PROGRAM (IB)
All sessions are for 7th and 8th
Monday - Science, Social Studies, Foreign Languages
Wednesday - ELA and Visual Arts (offered 1st and 3rd Wednesday)
Thursday - Math and Theatre Arts (offered 1st and 3rd Thursday)
The Library will extended its hours until 4:30 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays for students needing to utilize resources.
- Students arriving after 8:10 AM should report to the attendance office with a parent to be signed in.
- Students not in attendance in a class for at least forty minutes (1 hour MYP) will be marked absent for that class.
- Students who are absent from school must bring a parent note or doctor’s excuse to the attendance office within three days of their return. Written excuses submitted after three days will not be accepted.
- Consequences for tardies are addressed in the discipline code.
- Students should not be removed from class during instructional time. Sign in/out arrangements should be made during the change of classes.
- Staying in the restroom during class time because of illness will be considered cutting class.
- Students are allowed ten medical absences and ten general absences (six MYP) that include absences with parent notes, sign-outs, sign-ins and unexcused absences.
8:30 - 9:40 - 1st Period
9:44 -10:54 - 2nd Period
10:58 -12:40 - 3rd Period
11:00-11:30 - 1st Lunch Instruction 11:30-12:40
11:25-11:55 - 2nd Lunch Instruction 11:55-12:40
11:50-12:20 - 3rd Lunch Instruction1 12:20-12:40
12:10-12:40 - 4th Lunch
12:44-1:15 - 4th Period
1:58-3:35 - 5th Period
2:00-2:25 WIN Period
Students that fail a test or quiz are required to take a retest in order to gain proficiency
Prior to retaking a test or quiz, students must participate in re-teaching, practice or intervention sessions
Students must retest within 5 school days and arrangements should be made as soon as possible
Students may only retest twice per nine weeks
The highest grade a student can make on a retest is a 70%
Classwork/homework that is not completed will result in a zero in Powerschool until the work is completed and submitted
Teachers may deduct points for late classwork and homework
- ID cards must be worn properly around the neck every day with the appropriate colored lanyard
- ID cards must be worn to every school sponsored activity
- ID cards must be worn on field trips
- ID cards will serve as lunch cards
- ID cards are used to check out media materials
- ID cards may not be defaced
- ID cards may not be exchanged with others
- ID cards that are broken or damaged must be replaced
- ID cards that no longer scan will be confiscated and must be replaced
- Students without an ID card should get a temporary ID from the first block teacher.
1st Offense: Classroom action (warning) and parent notification
2nd Offense: Classroom action (warning) and parent notification
3rd Offense: Office Referral to principal and parent phone call/letter to be signed
4th Offense: Office Referral and overnight suspension (must be signed in the next morning by a parent/guardian or report to ISS)
5th Offense: ISS
Please refer to #57 in the discipline code book
- Students were issued an ID card and lanyard at the beginning of the year. Lost ID cards need to be replaced at the student's expense.
- Replacement ID cards can be purchased in the main office between 8:30 and 3:00.
- Damaged or defaced ID cards will be confiscated and must be replaced at the student’s expense.
- ID replacement cost is $5.00
- ID lanyard replacement cost is $2.00
The Williams Middle School After School Enrichment Program is a federally sponsored after-school program that offers tutoring and enrichment to students in both 7th and 8th grades in the areas of math and ELA. This is an excellent opportunity for your child to receive additional support in math and ELA. Tutoring is offered Monday-Thursdays from 3:50-4:50pm.
Students will report to their assigned classroom at 3:50 p.m. If you are interested in your student joining us for the afternoon program, they must have transportation and be picked up no later than 4:50 p.m.
The Williams Middle School Academic Challenge Team is a quiz bowl style team. They play in matches aganist other schools in the Pee Dee, answering questions related to their school course materials. Students are expected to attend 1-2 practices per week beginning in September. Matches begin in October, and are played on Thursdays unless otherwise stated. Please see the calendar for specific dates.
Williams Middle School has been undefeated in the regular season under Coach Holly Hardee (since 2013), and has been to the state tournament in 2014, 2015, and 2017-2020; we won the tournament in 2018.
Williams Middle School Beta Club 2021-2022
- Open for both 7th and 8th grade students
- No discipline referrals
- 85% or above in all classes
- Two Teacher Recommendations
If students were previously inducted into the Beta Club in elementary school, they are still considered to be active members of the Williams Middle School Beta Club and must continue to meet the expectations of the club.
More information will be forthcoming regarding induction into Beta Club for the current school year.
Beta Club Sponsors
Ms. Owens-Beaty- email@example.com
Mr. Ford- firstname.lastname@example.org