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Superintendent's Message

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Dear Williamstown Families,

WOW!  It is May and hard to believe the 2017-2018 school year is coming to an end.  The last day of school for students is Friday, May 25. Our students and staff have filled this school year with accomplishments in the classroom and in many extra- and co- curricular activities.

To recognize our staff for all they have done for students this year we will be honoring them during National Teacher Appreciation Week held May 7-11.  We are extremely fortunate to have a district full of caring individuals who put students first. I encourage our parents and community members to use this opportunity to thank a staff member for their impact in the learning and growing of our students.   

As the school year winds down, mandatory state testing heats up. Testing for grades 3-8 and 11 will take place May 14-18. If your child is testing, please show your support by promoting good attendance, punctuality to school, a good night’s rest, and their best effort on all assessments.  

Additionally, please take note of the additional activities taking place the end of this school year. I hope to see you at one or more of these occasions as we celebrate a wonderful school year with our amazing students.  

  • May 8:   Middle School Honor’s Night - 7:00

  • May 10:  High School Honor’s Night -  7:00

  • May 20:  Baccalaureate - 7:00

  • May 21:  Jr/Sr High Field Day

  • May 22:  Election Day- No School

  • May 23:  Elementary Field Day

  • May 23:  Class Night – 7:00

  • May 24:  Kindergarten Graduation - 7:00

  • May 25:  Elementary Honor’s Day - 9:00 AM

  • May 25:  5th Grade Graduation - 1:00 (High School Gym)

  • May 25:  High School Graduation  - 7:00


In closing, I want to thank the students, staff, parents, community, and other stakeholders for a wonderful school year.  I appreciate the support of all and look forward to working together for many years to make Williamstown Independent the best place for students.   

With Demon Pride,

Misty Middleton
Williamstown Independent Schools