The 2021-2022 Federal Impact Aid Survey has been distributed. Each year the district earns a significant amount of income that can be used for any general fund purpose such as instructional materials, salaries, transportation, technology, or capital needs. Please return to Advisory or the Wangenheim office. If you did not receive the survey, please pick up M-F from 7:00-3:30. Contact Annette Stevens, ext 3021, with any questions or concerns.

We thank you for your continued effort and support. 





Thursday is testing day,12:00-3:00, ROOM 501


Free Covid testing in school not only helps prevent the spread of the virus, but it also helps more students stay in school and continue their education. Working to streamline the process and to minimize loss of instruction, students will be tested according to the time assigned by last name. You must bring your card to expedite testing.

A-Bz from 12:00 to 12:30 pm C- Haz from 12:30 to 1:00 pm He-Med from 1:00 to 1:30 pm Mee -Rz from1:30 to 2:00 pm S-Z from 2:00 to 2:25 pm
There is no flexibility in the testing schedule. Students requesting COVID testing on minimum days must remain after the 12:18 dismissal bell.
Thank you for your patience, understanding, and cooperation through this process. Please contact Veronica Esparza, 619.605.2250 ext 3020 with any questions or concerns.


mask_mandate       MASK MANDATE

Masks are always required indoors. Masks are now required outdoors at all times while students are on campus, unless they are eating. Currently, large-scale events are not recommended for any school sites due to the increased risk of exposure.
We highly encourage students to take mask breaks outdoors. During these breaks students should maintain 6 feet distance from each other. Wearing masks outdoors lessens the likelihood of student exposure and allows more students to qualify for a modified quarantine.
Masks may be removed outdoors in certain situations and with certain distancing recommendations during physical education, athletics and performing arts programs.


The mission of Wangenheim Middle School is to provide a meaningful and high quality academic experience based on Common Core State standards, along with a broad elective program and supported by character education, counseling, personal management systems, and opportunities for extracurricular involvement. We believe in meeting the diverse academic, social, and personal needs of our students while fostering curiosity and creativity in a safe and supportive learning environment.


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