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WBMS Paw Print LogoWoodlawn Beach Middle School
An "A" School
1500 Woodlawn Way • Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563
Phone (850)934-4010 • Fax (850)934-4015 • Email

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Yearbook Orders

Online ordering has ended. To purchase a yearbook, contact Ms. Meade, the yearbook sponsor.

Paw Partners

WBMS thanks its Paw Partners for their generous support.


Allstate LogoAngela Batten
Allstate Insurance Company
2784 Gulf Breeze Parkway
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
(850)932-8855
angelabatten@allstate.com
Club Z Tutoring LogoSandra Sutton
Club Z! Tutoring
2072 Pritchard Point Drive
Navarre, FL 32566
(850)939-8090
ssutton@clubztutoring.com
Days Inn LogoCatherine McLaughlin, GM
Days Inn Pensacola Beach
16 Via Deluna Drive
Pensacola Beach, FL 32561
(850)934-3300
Johnny Huston's LogoJohnny Huston's Grille & Bar
7634 Navarre Parkway
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

Publix LogoPublix Supermarket Charities, Inc.
PO Box 407
Lakeland, FL 33802
Walmart LogoWal-Mart Supercenter of Tiger Point
3767 Gulf Breeze Parkway
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
(850)934-0362

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The Latest

Parent Satisfaction Survey

This year's Parent Satisfaction Survey is now open. Parents are asked to take a few minutes and complete the survey. The information is used in evaluations of teachers, administrators, and the school.

Click here to complete the survey.

The survey will close on April 30.

FCAT Testing Schedule

This year's FCAT testing will take place across a two-week period from Monday, April 14 to Monday, April 28. Exact dates for different grade levels and subjects vary due to the increase in computer-based testing.

Click here to download the FCAT Schedule (Adobe PDF format).

Next week (March 31-April 4), first time block teachers will give students information regarding their individual testing dates and locations. Any questions should be directed to guidance.

High School Registration

Eighth grade students should take note of the following dates.

Students who will attend Gulf Breeze High School:

  • April 24, here: GBHS Guidance Counselors will offer a high school orientation.
  • April 28, at GBHS: Parent's night for incoming freshmen, in the gymnasium
  • May 2, beginning at 8:30AM, here: GBHS Counselors will register incoming freshmen

Registration events for Navarre High have completed. If your student still needs to register, contact the NHS guidance department.

Become a Paw Partner Today!

Posted April 15, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith, with text from Merelle Spino, our Paw Partner Liaison

We need your support – Get the word out about your business and help out your child’s public school by becoming a WBMS Paw Partner. For as little as $75.00 you can become a WBMS business partner and we can even distribute your literature for you. For more information, click here.


Rookie of the Year

Posted April 15, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

Millie Rice, Rookie of the Year

Congratulations to Millie Rice, who was selected by her colleagues as this year's Rookie of the Year. The honor is given to teachers in their first three years of teaching, and is selected by nomination and voting.


Auditions Being Held for the 2014 Talent Show

Posted April 15, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

Announcing the WBMS ANNUAL TALENT SHOW

Auditions are on Friday, April 25th from 1:20-5pm

Forms and permission slips are due Monday, April 21st. You may download the permission slip here (Microsoft Word format).

The Talent Show will be on May 1.


WBMS HEROs for January and February

Posted April 15, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

8th grade hero, Emily Bohannon 8th grade hero, Sydney Donovan 6th grade hero, Cole Hollifield 7th grade hero, Caitlyn Fischtziur 7th grade hero, Riley Miller

WBMS Wins Second Place for Entry in National School Breakfast Week Competition

Posted April 15, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith, with text from Mr. Lowrimore

Congratulations! Woodlawn Beach Middle School won 2nd place for [our] entry in the National School Breakfast Week category for our Florida’s “What Works” Contest.

Our school has won a Nourishmat and Growums: “Garden in a Box”! Additionally, through a partnership with the Florida Dairy Council, WBMS has also won a Huddle Up for Breakfast Kit, which includes t-shirts, backpacks, highlighters, and pencil sharpeners.


WBMS HEROs for March and April

Posted February 25, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

Thanks again to Ms. Meade for creating these awesome tributes to these excellent students!

8th grade hero, Amber Anderson 7th grade hero, Dari Batova 8th grade hero, Briana Dampson 7th grade hero, Sarah Gabel 8th grade hero, Aryss Gomez 8th grade hero, Taylor Mittlestadt 6th grade hero, Katie Russell 6th grade hero, Taylor Smith 6th grade hero, Joseph Staudt

More of your WBMS HEROs!

Posted January 16, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

6th grade hero, Jesus Solorzano 7th grade hero, Brittany Porter
6th grade hero, Chloe Kuaile 7th grade hero, Kasey Jordan
8th grade hero, Maddie Hall 6th grade hero, Michael Grasso
8th grade hero, Cameron Cook 8th grade hero, Isaac Caton

Literacy Week

Posted January 16, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

This week, January 13-17, is literacy week. In honor of literacy week, the following activities will be happening.

Ongoing, beginning this week:
The T-Shirt Contest. Students who wish to enter can design a t-shirt based on their favorite book. Students may wear the t-shirt on Friday.
The “Get Caught Reading” Contest. Students who get “caught” reading (in the hallways before TB 1 or in the cafeteria) will win prizes throughout the week!

Monday, 1/13:
The QR Code Scavenger Hunt.
QR codes will be placed in classrooms throughout the school. Students may scan the code and reveal special facts about authors, interesting trivia and fun prizes. Students will drop off answers to trivia questions in a designated box in the media center. A winner will be drawn at random on Thursday after school and the winner announced on ITV on Friday, January 17.

Tuesday, 1/14:
The WBMS Book Launch.
Calling all authors! Interested students can submit original poems and short stories for inclusion in the first edition of an original WBMS Book. The book will be bound and sold, with proceeds going to fund school-wide literacy plans. A table will be set up in the cafeteria on Tuesday, January 14, so that students can get more information and submit their stories and poems. After Tuesday, submissions can be turned in to Mrs. Hensley or to the Media Center. *Books will be sold at a later date.*

Wednesday, 1/15:
Reading Activity Day.
Everyone will be invited to “Stop, Drop & Read”. We’ll be operating on an Activity Schedule. The last 30 minutes of the day will be spent reading. Each classroom will be provided materials courtesy of the Reading Leadership Team.

Thursday, 1/16:
Reading Cafe Special Guest.
Come dine with celebrity guests in the Reading Café. On this day, the café will meet after school in the cafeteria to accommodate our special guests, who happen to be local sports heroes! Special prizes sponsored by our guests will be awarded during the event.

Friday, 1/17:
Author Visits.
Ever wanted to be – or not to be – with Shakespeare? Trade tales with Tolkien? Now’s your chance! Guest “authors” William Shakespeare, J.R.R. Tolkien and Emily Dickinson will be mingling with students in the cafeteria at lunch today. These authors will be distributing trading cards with their information on them so students can check out their work in the media center!


Kelly Barnes: WBMS Teacher of the Year and School District Semi-Finalist

Posted January 13, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

Congratulations to Kelly Barnes, WBMS's 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year!

Kelly Barnes, Teacher of the Year, poses with some of her students

Ms. Barnes, eighth grade math teacher and chair of the math department, received the honor in November. This week, the Santa Rosa Educational Foundation named her as a school district semifinalist.

Ms. Barnes' recognition was reported in the Navarre Press:


Kellie Andujar: School-Related Employee of the Year

Posted January 13, 2014 by Benjamin A. Smith

Congratulations to Kellie Andujar, WBMS's 2013-2014 School-Related Employee of the Year!

Kellie Andujar

Ms. Kellie, who assists in the ESE department, was selected by the faculty and staff of WBMS for her outstanding service to the school and its students.


HEROs of the Week, November 11-15

Posted November 25, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Elise Samuelson Grace Cox Natalie McBride

HEROs of the Week, November 11-15

Posted November 25, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Ryan Furrow Alexia Chiapetta Riley Nicholson

WBMS Spotlight

Great Gulf Coast Art Festival Winners

Posted November 12, 2013 by Pamela Meade

GGCAF Winners

HEROs of the Week, November 4-8

Posted November 12, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Tyler Yates Kyler Kensy Tanner Struck

Get Your WBMS T-Shirt

Posted October 29, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Click here to download and print an order form for your 2013 WBMS T-Shirt. The hospitality committee has designed and made available these t-shirts, which are grey with blue print and feature the Wildcat Logo.

Complete order forms should be submitted to your time block 1 teacher.


HEROs of the Week, October 28-November 1

Posted October 24, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Gabbie Bundy Caitlin Baldree Adamson

Red Ribbon Week 2013

Posted October 25, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Next week, October 25-November 1, is Red Ribbon Week (in addition to being the week of Book Fair).

Red Ribbon Week celebrates being drug-free. To celebrate, students are allowed to dress according to a daily theme:

Show your support of our drug-free campus by dressing up! Keep in mind that dress code still applies, with the exception of allowing cowboy hats on Thursday.


Book Fair

Posted October 25, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Book Fair is happening next week, October 28-November 1!

Displays are set up in the media center, and books are available for students to purchase at low prices.

You can even do your Book Fair purchasing online. Click here to visit your WBMS 2013 Book fair web site.


HEROs of the Week, October 21-25

Posted October 24, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Nicholle Fenstermaker Dylan Robas Alyssa Verzo

HEROs of the Week, October 14-18

Posted October 24, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Katelyn Joyner Hunter McCallum Trent Carpenter

E-Reader Tutorial

Posted October 24, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Mr. Koger has put together an excellent tutorial video explaining how to use the media center's e-reader resources. Click here to watch the video (AVI format).


Math Tutoring Has Begun

Posted October 14, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Math tutoring has now begun for the 2013-2014 school year. Tutoring is held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (excepting holidays) in room 320. Students must bring a signed permission slip to attend. Tutoring will run from now until early April.


2012-2013 School Public Accountability Report Now Available

Posted September 27, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

Every year, the Department of Education publishes School Public Accountability Reports for every public school in the state. You may read this year's report for WBMS by clicking here.


Health Services for 2013-2014

Posted September 2, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

The Santa Rosa County School Health Program provides a variety of services for students. Click here to view a letter explaining the services provided (PDF format).


Welcome to the 2013-2014 School Year!

Posted August 18, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

School kicks off tomorrow, and we're ready!

This summer, WBMS's teachers received training in preparation to implement the new Common Core State Standards. The new standards, recently adopted by 45 states, Washington D.C., and four U.S. terrorities, provide a deeper and more coherent definition of the knowledge and skills our students must master to become College and Career Ready.

WBMS teachers have also been preparing by giving many parts of the school a bit of a facelift. A number of WBMS teachers have taken it upon themselves to paint their classrooms over the summer. You'll find colors ranging from light blue (Ms. Thomas) and light green (Ms. Hensley) to royal purple (Ms. Barnes) and bubblegum pink (Ms. Henry). And they're not alone!

Having been named an "A" school for yet another year, and starting the year with its largest returning faculty ever (just one new teacher!), WBMS promises great things for the coming year.


Free and Reduced Lunch Application Online

Free and Reduced Lunch Applications should be submitted online. Click here to submit your application.


Supply List for 2013-2014 Graphic Design Students Now Available

Download the document by clicking here.


Information for Incoming 2013-2014 Sixth Grade Students and Their Parents/Guardians

Posted June 3, 2013 by Benjamin A. Smith

This PowerPoint Presentation was given at the recent orientation for incoming sixth grade students and their parents. It is available based on popular request.


Additional Vaccine Required for Seventh Grade Students

Posted May 31, 2013 by Mari Hebert

Attention, Parents of 2013-2014 Seventh Grade Students:

This is a reminder that all students entering 7th grade for the 2013-2014 school year must have a Tdap booster in addition to all previously required vaccines.

Parents should arrange for their sixth-grade children to receive this immunization prior to entering seventh grade. A student’s 7th grade schedule will be withheld until proof of immunization is provided.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that receiving the tetanus diphtheria vaccination is the best way to protect against tetanus and diphtheria. Tetanus, also known as “lock jaw,” causes serious muscle spasms. Diphtheria can lead to breathing problems, heart failure, paralysis and even death. The Florida Department of Health requires Tdap vaccine, the most current version of the vaccine, which provides additional protection against pertussis, or “whooping cough.”

Students may obtain vaccines free of charge at the Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County or through private healthcare providers. Immunizations at the Midway Clinic are provided on a walk-in basis, no appointment is necessary.

Midway Clinic - (850) 934-4074
5840 Gulf Breeze Parkway
Tuesday: 8 am - 11:30 am, 1:30 pm - 3 pm
Friday: 8 am - noon


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