WMS Parent Information

Please click on the following link for math resources available at West:  Math Resources


Please see link below for 8th Grade CAP Conference information and Sign-up!

CAP Conference Information and Sign Up


Infinite Campus 

For parent and student access to grades and attendance


Community and Family Engagement (CAFE) Meeting Agendas/Minutes

Agenda for the upcoming CAFE meeting.  We welcome all families and community members to attend these meetings! 


Permission Slip 

For students who are staying after school or coming before school



For resources through our library/media centerInf


Updated Volunteer Form 

For parents interested in helping out with our school (there are lots of options including some ways you can help from home)


WMS Student Parent Handbook


The Middle Years Newsletter Issues: (Click link for each issue)

September Issue
October Issue
November Issue
December Issue
January Issue



WMS Parent Pick-up and Drop-off Procedures and Map


School Mission Statement

Through the combined efforts of students, staff, families, and community, students will learn concepts, processes, and skills which promote responsible decision-making and life-long learning.

School Improvement Goals 2013-2016

Reading: Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient or advanced in reading on the WSAS 10% by the end of the 2015-16 school year.   

Math:  Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient or advanced in math on the WSAS 15% by the end of the 2015-16 school year.    

Writing: Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient or advanced on the District Writing Assessment 15% by the end of the 2015-16 school year.


WMS Team “Non-negotiables”


  1. We commit to developing a love of learning in a collaborative and positive learning environment to foster self-motivation, self-drive, and personal responsibility.

  2. We commit to a high quality, positive, and engaging education for everyone by  honoring individuality and diversity in a safe and nurturing environment.

  3. We commit to providing and receiving formative feedback that promotes improvement for staff and students  through the development of growth mindsets.

  4. We commit to establishing and maintaining high expectations for all students and staff so that they can reach their full potential.

  5. We commit to developing positive and meaningful relationships with students, parents, community, and staff.

  6. We commit to providing a nurturing environment for all kids by respecting our students, advocating for their needs, and by using positive reinforcements.

  7. Recognizing that small gains today can lead to large gains in the future, we commit to the idea that data informs our instructional decisions, but does not define who a student is.

  8. We commit to sharing our passions with our students and leading by example through modeling responsible decision making and lifelong learning.


WMS Team Norms


  1. We will always have a purposeful agenda prior to meetings so that time is respected.

  2. We will come prepared with a solution-based mindset to use time effectively and efficiently

  3. We will collaborate with all stakeholders to focus on student and staff growth

  4. We will ensure information is communicated efficiently and effectively with all staff members to enhance student success

  5. We will communicate and support the final decision of the group and will ensure follow through with clearly defined roles and action steps


  1. We will be open to and respectful of other’s opinions, grade level/content responsibilities, and suggestions

  2. We will respect the dignity of individuals and interact in a trustworthy and professionally courteous manner

  3. We will presume positive intentions, suspend judgement of others, and be open to constructive feedback

  4. We will ensure everyone is included and their voice is valued through meaningful, honest, and direct conversation



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News & Announcements

The district 2016 Summer Camps and Clinic preparations are underway.  We are offering programming for Soccer, Aquatics, Football, Tennis, Volleyball, Rugby, Basketball, and Baseball.  Please go to www.ocfsd.org/youth-programs-0 for more infomation!
On Wednesday, April 13th, through the Health, Wellness, & Safety Committee, Oak Creek WMS provided an intense presentation on Social Media Awareness and how to protect our kids from social predators. A special thanks to Helen Wasmer from the Department of Justice for putting the facts our there...
Attention Just Say No Club members: Permission slips for our annual trip to the Wisconsin Dells are now available in the main office! This year we are returning to The Kalahari Resort!  The trip is planned for Saturday, April 23rd, from 7:30am-8:30pm.  The cost is $35 which includes...
West Math Resources 03/24/2016
Please click on the following link for information on math resources available at West.  Math Resources